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Manufacturing Engineer

  • Full Time
  • USA
  • This position has been filled

Champion Aerospace

Position is responsible for the application of engineering principles and analytical techniques. Establish and continuously improve manufacturing processes and products. Functions performed may include determining the machines, equipment, tools, sequence of operations necessary to perform production and assembly operations, recommending the design of production machines and other plant equipment, and advising and assisting vendors with design problems in connection with tools, gauges, and equipment designed for use in manufacturing. Knowledge of general assembly operations, laser marking, electronic assembly and testing preferred.

1. Handle day to day problems with processes, product, equipment and documentation.

2. Investigate and complete assigned Corrective Action Requests.

3. Lead assigned productivity projects using a systematic problem solving approach and/or lean tools to improve manufacturing processes, equipment and products. Use of problem solving methodologies such as Shainin or Six Sigma.

4. Compose and process documentation and process changes using the Engineering Change Release (ECR) procedure

5. Actively participate and represent Manufacturing Engineering in new product design reviews.

6. Write Standard Operating Instructions (SOI) as required.

7. Design tooling required for critical assembly, test, production, or inspection operations. Estimate design and fabrication times and costs for new tools.

8. Investigate, develop, justify and compile costs and savings for new equipment/process implementation.

9. Acquire new equipment/processes and is the sole coordinator, responsible for the project to make sure costs are met, schedules are maintained and the systems function as designed.

10. Develop new processing techniques to reduce non-conformance and production costs.

11. Interact, when required, with customers during audits, product investigations and presentations.

12. Utilize the engineer’s special skills to assist other engineers, managers or supervisors with their projects or problems.

13. Will be responsible for designing, training and maintaining assembly and test equipment used in the manufacture of Turbine Ignition System products.

14. May be required to assist maintenance and facility engineering if situations arise that are beyond their resource expertise.

Bachelor’s degree in an Engineering field of study required (i.e. Mechanical, Electrical, Industrial etc…)

3-5 years of experience with the assembly and test of mechanical and electrical assemblies required

Strong background in continuous improvement productivity projects to reduce labor, cycle times, scrap and rework cost

Demonstrated experience in managing capital equipment projects that includes developing machine specifications for custom equipment, managing machine builders, successful runoff and entry into production

Experience with CAD and/or 3D modeling software required

Excellent written and verbal communication skills required

Electronics assembly experience preferred