The Manufacturing Engineer is the shop floor engineering resource and technical interface to the design engineering group for the product.
- Develops, approves, reviews work instructions and documentation to support standardized work in the production area.
- Organizes workflow to minimize waste and contain total costs of assembly.
- Assists in the training of production and quality assurance associates.
- Acts a liaison between production and engineering to feedback design problems and resolve them for future builds using the ECO system.
- Develops tooling to improve production process yield and reduce process variation.
- Reviews new product models and documentation for completeness and effective implementation of subassemblies to streamline manufacturing efforts.
- Assists purchasing in the evaluation of alternate sources for components and makes recommendations to design engineering.
- Participates in new vendor qualifications to improve supplier performance.
- Develops and executes experiments to test new components and processes before use in products.
- Initiates process control improvements to support cost reduction and on time delivery directives.
- BS in Electrical, Manufacturing or Industrial Engineering combined with 5-7+ technical work experience.
- Working knowledge of manufacturing processes, including but not limited to the manufacture and test of PC boards, cable and harness, electro-mechanical chassis assembly, test equipment and industrial machinery.
- Proficiency with CAD, spreadsheet, word processing, and database software. Including Schematic Capture, PCB Layout and Mechanical Design. Test system software such as LabVIEW or Visual Basic a plus.
- Strong communication skills (verbal and written) required for interaction within group, with customers, R&D, and international colleagues.
- Familiarity with ISO processes.
- Must have strong project management and proven problem-solving skills.
- Familiarity with the design and troubleshooting of analog and microcontroller-based circuitry.
This position must meet Export Control compliance requirements, therefore a “US Person” as defined by 22C.F.R. §120.15 are required. “US Person” includes US Citizen, lawful permanent resident, refugee, asylee. License exception Technology and software under restriction (TSR) defined in 15 CFR 740.6 may permit person from Country Group B.
The following link will take you to the government site with the list of Country Group B: https://www.bis.doc.gov/index.php/documents/regulation-docs/452-supplement-no-1-to-part-740-country-groups/file