CNC Department Process Engineer
Steel Tex Fabricators - Venus, TX

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Position Responsibilities:
Improve machine reliability, process and reduce cost.
Start up of new machines and automations.
Troubleshooting of process issues.
Master Cam, G&M code programming.
Make corrections and update drawings together with the design department.
Resolve quality problems in collaboration with the Quality Assurance Department.
Project management and process development of new parts or design changes.
Statistical planning during part development phase.
Investigate design proposals for improving equipment performance or to obtain data for development, standardization, and quality control.
Estimates production times and related costs to provide information for management decisions.
Confers with management, engineering, and other Departments regarding manufacturing capabilities, production schedules, and other considerations to facilitate production processes.
Application of rules for occupational safety (cleanliness).
Planning and improving production results with regards to safety, quality, and scrap.
Training of workforce (CNC Operators / Machinists) in process and machine operation.
Development of new production processes to include custom fixtures.
Development of quality inspection plans together with the corresponding team.
Development of work instructions and set-up standards.
Assumes additional related responsibilities as required.
Requirements:
4 year college degree in Engineering, Manufacturing or related discipline.
5 plus years of related experience with machining process, equipment, and materials.
Experience with automation in a high volume manufacturing environment.

Expectation is for this position to be constantly looking at more efficent methods to improve day to day performance. Utilize Lean Manufacturing concepts such as 5S, Poka yoke, Kan Ban, Quick change. Be a team player whom understands spindle time is the bottom lime.


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