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Manufacturing Engineer Painesville, OH 
Posted:  1/10/2019
Category:  Engineering
Job Type:  Direct Placement
Minimum Experience:  3-15
Required Education:  Bachelor (BA, BS...)
Job Description

The Manufacturing Engineer (ME) is responsible for finding solutions for all matters relative to the processes of producing and testing aerospace components.  The role is a combinations of problem solving and (internal) customer support.  The ME analyzes engineering design specifications, drawings and/or prototypes and makes recommendations concerning required methods, processes, tools, jigs, fixtures, etc., which are required to assemble and test a product.   The ME is expected to identify value added projects and take initiative in executing them through completion, managing resources and capital, as required.  
•             Identify and drive operational cost savings initiatives.  Improve productivity through increasing efficiency, consistency, ease, first pass yield and repeatability in the assembly and test processes; often involving custom tooling and processes.  Each ME is expected to facilitate $100k in gained productivity each year.
•             Work closely with production to resolve manufacturing challenges, as well as diagnose and disposition non-conformant parts and assemblies in order to support on-time shipments to customers; often requires a hands-on approach to troubleshooting, experiment, or fabricate/support equipment or assemblies
•             Support cross functional team initiatives including new product launches and various technical and non-technical problem solving endeavors
•             Estimate product costs (direct labor, materials, processing) for assemblies without a production history

Job Requirements

•             General analytic ability, problem solving and troubleshooting (DoE, RCCA, Shainin methods)
•             Strong communication and team skills
•             Industrial engineering techniques and lean methodologies
•             Tooling/fixture design using Solidworks CAD
•             Technical understanding of physics, mechanics; fluid dynamics, valves & seals, electronics, a plus
•             General dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T)
•             Robust Microsoft Office skills and computer literacy
•             Strong willingness/ability to learn
•             Project management/execution, including capital projects
•             Low mix, high volume manual assembly/test environment
•             Needs to have management potential; experience and/or desire that may constitute 2 levels of “promote-ability”
•             Ability to identify, initiate and execute own work; prioritize and communicate.  Position provides high levels of both autonomy and accountability
•            Work schedule is Monday- Friday; typically 8-9 hours/day. Candidates are expected to flex and/or apply extra time, as needed, to meet operational performance requirements and department expectations.
•            Fabrication support (CNC programming, machining and other component producing) is part of the role, but understanding fabrication concepts is a plus.
PREFERRED EDUCATION:       Bachelors degree in Engineering
PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:       3-15 years manufacturing/process/industrial engineering experience

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