Manufacturing Engineer

  • 51977
  • 04 Oct 2020
  • Shelbyville, IL
  • Manufacturing
  • $60,000 - $80,000
  • Scott Heimberg

Job Description

Manufacturing Engineer

Position Summary:

Capable of implementing multiple priority projects with the goal of competitively producing high quality products according tour client’s established business plan as related to machining and assembly operations.

Principle duties and responsibilities:

  1. Plan manufacturing projects that fall within the scope of required production including cost estimating, estimating labor standards, capacity planning, quoting and establishing budgets.
  2. Design special tools, jigs, fixtures, and basic equipment as required.
  3. Choose and acquire special machines for manufacturing, (preferably equipment equipment), accessories, tooling, fixtures, and services as required to meet client’s manufacturing business plan.
  4. Requires “hands on” machine validation, installation, set-up, may include CNC/PLC programming and start-up support until equipment performance exceeds 85% OEE.
  5. Computer operation pertaining to creating tool drawings, process instructions and spreadsheets will be required. Solidworks and/or other 3D modeling experience required.
  6. Provides day-to-day technical support and training for the assembly processes in the plant.
  7. Maximizes efficiency by analyzing assembly line layouts, workflow, assembly methods, change- over-fixturing, gauges, work-in-process (WIP) storage, and tool storage.
  8. Develops Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) requirements, including Process Failure Mode & Effect Analysis (PFMEA), Process Flow Charts, and Process Design Sheets.
  9. Supports Program Management generated project macro-schedules with detailed engineering micro-schedules to ensure that all project milestones are tracked and completed on time.
  10. Identifies Value Engineering/Value Analysis (VE/VA) ideas and standard parts to be implemented into new product designs.
  11. Leads and/or participates in continuous improvement activities targeted to increase productivity and reduce machine downtime and scrap.
  12. Automated material handling programming required.
  13. Evaluate manufacturing operations utilizing SPC methods.

I would HIGHLY recommend Scott Heimberg. He called me out of the blue, explained the opportunity in detail, gave me guidance for success prior to each phone interview. He set me up for success, unlike previous recruiters. His level of effort and engagement was truly OUTSTANDING!
Gilbert Moore