Manufacturing Engineer

PURPOSE - Identify and resolve deficiencies in the processes that contribute to excessive scrap and machine downtime.

Identify and resolve deficiencies that contribute to excessive scrap and machine downtime.
Analyze and track scrap.
Make suggestions and proposals to upper management for process/product improvement.
Work with various departments to implement process changes.
Design and develop alternatives to current process standards
Foster an attitude of teamwork within the department and operation.
Additional duties as required by immediate supervisor.
Managing skills to effectively carry projects from inception to completion
Determining appropriate methods on troubleshooting problems and to follow through to resolution
Exhibiting mechanical aptitude relating to the following: motors, pumps, gearboxes, conveyors, chain drives
Evaluate and make recommendation on equipment updates.
Evaluates and makes recommendations on new equipment/equipment changes.

Work under the general supervision of the Plant Manager.

Reading, writing and arithmetic skills (including algebra and geometry).
Working knowledge of a variety of software including Microsoft Works, Excel.
Ability to communicate both written and oral.
Strong problem solving skills.
Experience with statistical tools.
Work well independently and with teams.
Previous plastics tooling and process related background required. Compression molding experience preferred.

BA or BS in Engineering field and/or Minimum of five (5) years working as an industrial process engineer. Automotive experience preferred.

Degree of Physical Demands (Strength) usually associated with this classification:
Medium to heavy work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force infrequently, involves transporting, positioning, stooping, and bending on an infrequent basis.
Environmental Conditions (Physical Surroundings) usually associated with this classification:
Incumbent is exposed to internal office conditions and internal plant conditions such as frequent exposure to loud noise, heat and cold.

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