Your Role: The Manufacturing Engineer is responsible for support of current production systems and future improvements in safety, quality, cost, and cycle time. Coordinate and direct projects, make detailed plans to accomplish goals and direct the integration of technical activities such as process improvements, equipment installation/modification, and material system development.
Essential job functions:
Develop, implement, and sustain policies and procedures for the technical work performed in the production facility
Identify, design, and implement process improvements in assigned areas of responsibility using Lean and Six Sigma tools
Provide technical support for 7x24 manufacturing facility in assigned areas of responsibility
Analyze technology requirements, resource needs, and schedules to assess and plan project execution
Perform root cause analysis for failure investigations and other data analysis tasks
Write periodic reports or oral presentations to management and customers on specific projects
Design and develop new equipment for future production systems
Ensure that health and safety policies are followed
Apply quality standards to projects to insure compliance with certification requirements in plant applications
Work with customers to develop and qualify process changes and provide technical services
What we need from you!
Bachelor's degree (BS in engineering discipline from four-year college or university) in chemical engineering, industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, materials engineering, or closely related discipline
3+ years of related experience in manufacturing and process engineering preferred
Demonstrated results in technical problem solving and product/process development is required
Experience with 3D CAD modeling and engineering drawings
Experience with industrial tools and equipment preferred
Experience in aerospace/high-temperature composites, industrial engineering systems, PLC programming, and analysis tools would distinguish the candidate
Familiarity with Lean manufacturing principles desired
Interest and knowledge in composites and ceramics, or general material science is preferred
What you’ll get from us!
Accrued Paid Time Off + 8 paid holidays
Medical, Vision, and Dental (effective on date of hire)
401k for retirement savings with added company match
Tuition reimbursement - set yourself up for future growth!
And the opportunity to be on the cutting edge of materials science…