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Manufacturing Engineer

Company Name:
SITE Personnel/MAP Engineering
Multiple positions, multiple shifts
Pay $42/hr
Major responsibilities include:
Enhancing component manufacturing by assuring that parts or assemblies are processed and tooled to meet optimum quality, quantity and cost requirements.
Provide technical support to analyze and develop manufacturing control systems.
Interface will occur with Work Group Advisors/Process Leader, Work Groups, Quality and Product Engineering, and Manufacturing Support Services.
Other responsibilities include developing cost reduction programs through manufacturing efficiency improvements, schedule attainment, and first run capacity. Specific results include continuous improvement of safety, quality, cost, workflow, and on-time product delivery.
Requirements:
Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical/Manufacturing Engineering
A minimum of three years related manufacturing experience.
Familiarity with aluminum machining, cutting tools, and part fixturing required.
Some knowledge of CNC programming also required.
Demonstrated understanding and practical application of lean manufacturing techniques and SPC is required.
Experience should also include three years of detailed process planning and manufacturing engineering activities. Responsible for technical/floor support for resolution of quality or process issues and improvements.
1. Familiarity with machining aluminum castings required.
2. Detail process planning including specifying speeds, feeds, tooling, fixturing, and gaging
3. CNC manufacturing principles with a basic understanding of CNC programming
4. Machining operations and equipment, knowledge of PLC
5. Process control and quality assurance, SPC, and process capability
6. Process documentation / information using CAD, Network/software, PC applications
7. ISO 9000 standards and their relationship to company policies, procedures and instructions
8. Experience with formal problem solving methodology required.
9. Demonstrated project management skills required.

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