The Manufacturing Test Engineer is responsible for addressing the technical needs of the manufacturing environment so products are manufactured and tested in accordance with the following objectives and focus: The appropriate API standard(s), Process Improvement, Product Manufacturability, Safety, Cycle time, Customer Service and Cost Reduction.
Organize and monitor all in-house Facility Acceptance Tests (FAT) and all Facility Integration Tests (FIT), all from a mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic viewpoint, to ensure that all equipment required to conduct the tests is available and on hand; to ensure that all test personnel are available and properly trained; to ensure that all tests are carried out in accordance with the appropriate test procedures in a timely manner; interface with customer representatives as may be required during test procedures.
Provide training for test personnel as may be required.
Supports material development mechanical and product design needs.
Creates manufacturing routings and work instructions as required for improved build consistency and quality of product.
Provide training to manufacturing associates related to process improvements and use of new tooling/fixturing.
Develops time standards for processes.
Designs tools and fixtures to improve efficiency and safety.
Provides budget information for capital equipment expenditures related to tooling, fixturing, and machinery.
Investigates and dispositions NCRs (Non-conformance reports) & FPR’s (Field performance reports).
Initiates and/or completes redlines (engineering document changes) and ensures proper documentation is implemented to make the necessary revision changes.
Troubleshoots technical issues with product.
Review new product design prior to introduction to ensure ease of manufacturability.
Liaises concerns from shop floor manufacturing to engineering.
Identifies and coordinate the implementation of manufacturing process improvements by designing and/or sourcing needed manufacturing equipment and tooling.
Monitors and audits process performances - Participates and, when necessary, leads Lean Six Sigma initiatives. Position will have significant involvement with plant Lean Six Sigma leader.
Identifies and initiates cost savings plans for manufacturing existing products in a more cost effective and timely manner, and develops any appropriate AFE (Appropriation For Expenditure) requests, and required supporting documentation, to accomplish the cost savings goal.
Seek out, visit and qualify new vendor manufacturing resources from a technical viewpoint as required, and how that resource capability might be transferred to another facility if required.
Review vendor pricing as might be required to determine whether the price is proper value for the activity involved.
Participate in training programs or courses that would enhance personal job performance or as requested by management.
Travel as required to support Manufacturing Engineering objectives and requirements.
Works on own initiative, with minimum supervision. Job Requirements/ Qualifications Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or related Engineering discipline.
5 - 7 Years of experience in a manufacturing environment.
Good design and industrial systems engineering background (pumps, motors, cylinders, valves, regulators, etc.).
Must be able to develop work aids and/or documentation for products in order to train assembly and test personnel.
Ability to interpret engineering drawings, schematics, and other sources for specifications.
General working knowledge of Microsoft Office.
Knowledge of SAP system is a plus.
Cameron - 19 months ago
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