Job Description: Manufacturing Engineer. Responsible for

Job Description:
Manufacturing Engineer.
Responsible for evaluating existing processes and configuring manufacturing systems to reduce
cost, improve sustainability and develop best practices within the production process.
Education: Bachelors Degree of Science in Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering or
Related Field.
Manufacturing Engineer responsibilities include (but not limited to) the following:
Support manufacturing for Continuous Improvement, quality issues on the floor, new
launches, engineering changes and Lessons Learned.
Development and implementation of process control techniques and procedures.
Analysis of Manufacturing Processes (Process sheets, Tools, Facility Requirements, etc.).
Change and Create documentation of Manufacturing Processes.
Time Studies and Line Balancing depicting Manufacturing Processes.
Quality Control and Corrective actions.
Bill of Materials – Maintaining and Re-Structuring.
Routings and Time associated to Piece Parts, Weldments, and/or Assemblies.
Gather data and analyze pertinent data.
Confer with design engineering and purchasing in determining product specifications.
Develop and implement systems that optimize all phases of production process.
Conduct Root-Cause Analysis.
Determine Quality of Product by Quality of Design, Quality of Process and Quality of
Review designs for manufacturing feasibility, suggest changes to the design to ensure
product cost effectiveness.
Good working relationship and effective communication skills with vendors, team members,
suppliers and project teams.
Apply and utilize manufacturing best practice for efficiency, quality, safety and capability.
Completion of miscellaneous duties and projects as directed by your supervisor/manager/
 At least 2 years of experience in an industrial environment.
 Beneficial basics include technical writing, all of MS Office, Microsoft Project, and
knowledge of Quality Tools.
 Six Sigma Green Belt preferred.
 Must be able to troubleshoot issues and solve problems independently.
 Strong team player with an ability to be hands on when necessary.
 Be willing to work off shifts and weekends as required to support manufacturing.
 Research policies and regulations.
 Ability to teach and mentor others.