Manufacturing Engineer (3231-015)

The role of the Manufacturing/Process Engineer is to champion the development of new processes as needed to support growth and Continuous Improvement. This Process Engineer will have responsibility for the ongoing monitoring of the manufacturing process performance and ensure appropriate counter measures are deployed when trends of poor performance are noted.
Process Development and Process Maintenance
Support the development of new products with robust process that meet product specification
Analyze ongoing process and product performance for required improvements to ensure COS is at or below targets
Support corrective action process
Participate in QUOS meetings and present product quality issues.
Investigate reported external quality issues that are believed to be from process variation and instability
Perform or lead root cause analysis on purchased products or product quality issues.
Communicate and instruct Technicians on the use of a corrective action process and quality tools & techniques.
Support the purchase of new equipment and upgrades
Define next level process control
Ensure equipment capability meets product and process needs
Champion required run offs to ensure equipment is manufacturing ready
APQP Deliverables
Support the facility with proper documentation development as defined by APQP practices and in accordance with ITAF-16949
Champion the PFMEA's for the facility and lead the teams that develop and maintain PFMEA's
BS/BA Degree in a related field.
5 years or more of relevant Process Engineer Role
Proficient in analysis tools such as 8D, SPC, PFMEA etc.
Strong problem solvingskills with the ability to teach basic problem solving techniques and facilitate problem solving team events.
Strong communication, presentation and team skills.
Strong organizational and time management skills.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Self motivated with a high level of initiative.
Strong data analysis and reporting skills.
Strong interpersonal and customer interface skills.
Able to lead and facilitate cross functional teams.

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