The Manufacturing Engineer is responsible for working with Project Engineering and R&D to create and revise Manufacturing Documents and Inspection Tools and is also responsible for working with production and quality for cost and material effectiveness and method efficiency. The Manufacturing Engineer may also be responsible for supplier quality engineering.
The Manufacturing Engineer will:
Work with Project Engineers to Create, Update, and Release Drawings and Work Instructions;
Create and Update: Manufacturing Document Trees, Toolpaths, Individual Parts & Assembly Labels, Stencils, Manuals, Markers, List of Contents, and Manufacturing Aids;
Notify affected personnel of all Manufacturing Document releases and revisions;
Determine if changes affecting work in progress ( WIP) will have a significant impact on cost and schedule of delivery, or scrap parts. If so, the Manufacturing Engineer will request that the change must be reviewed by a Material Review Board;
Identify process flow and layout;
Propose process improvements and substitute materials;
Assist production in qualifying vendors;
Identify excess inventory;
Identify opportunities for parts standardization;
Develop, maintain, and control part numbers and part routings;
Participate in Process Validation ;
Interface with suppliers and engineering during new product development to address component manufacturability and quality concerns;
Assist in ev aluating and developing new suppliers for certification and partnering. Assist supply chain with supplier screening activities; and
Provide a feedback loop to the suppliers to ensure proper communication and compliance.
BS degree in Mechanical or Industrial Engineering Degree from an accredited ABET College or university and minimum 5 years of work experience.
Must be fluent and be able to read and write in English. Employee needs to be proficient in MS Office and AutoCAD; Solidworks preferred. Employee needs to have the ability to work under pressure, multi task, be detail oriented and have strong decision making skills.
This position requires use of and access to information which is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations ( ITAR). Accordingly, all Manufacturing Engineers must be U.S. persons within the meaning of ITAR. ITAR defines a U.S. person as a U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident ( i.e. 'Green Card Holder'), Temporary Resident, Political Asylee, or Refugee.
The Protective Group is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer.
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