Job: Manufacturing Engineer

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Job Number

116386

Start Date

2019-05-27

Company Type

Manufacturing

Location

Farmingdale,NY

Job Description

Uses creativity to work within an innovative experienced team of manufacturing and engineering professionals to determine, revise and review economic methods, operation sequences and tooling.

• Develops and evaluates manufacturing processes by designing and conducting research programs; applying knowledge of product design, fabrication, assembly, tooling and materials; conferring with equipment suppliers; soliciting observations from operators.

• Improves manufacturing efficiency by analyzing and planning work flow, space requirements and equipment layout.

• Will engage in a wide degree of decision making while analyzing new design layouts for cost reductions, maximum workflow and efficiency.

• Develops vital assembly guides, operational manuals and illustrations for manufacturing processes utilizing computer aided design and manufacturing software applications in the effective execution of this activity. Create ECNs when necessary to improve/correct documents/products and processes

• Supports our team of industry leading Engineers and Designers with valuable guidance in product operations.

• Provides manufacturing decision-making information by calculating production labor, and material costs; reviewing production schedules; estimating future requirements.

• Assists and guides Supervisors on groundbreaking techniques for new products, work processes, and other manufacturing needs. Additionally, will assist with the determination of the root cause of rejected parts and /or assemblies.

• Teaming with others in meaningful cost studies, equipment recommendations and make/buy decisions.

• Create positive impacts to the organization by using problem solving skills to review in process documentation for errors and inconsistency improving efficiency and output.

• Advance your skills as you work with other engineering professionals.

• Participate and learn in remarkable brainstorming sessions and cross-departmental meetings to increase productivity and decrease cost.

• Assist in maintaining our positive and lively work  environment!

Job Skills

Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical/Electrical Engineering or equivalent.

· 5-7 years related experience required.

· Problem solver familiar with root cause analysis and project management.

· Familiarity and experience with the following: RF & microwave frequency products, subassemblies, modules, PC boards and wire bonding.

· Experience in working with chip and wire processes required.

· Knowledge of advanced manufacturing methods in test, assembly and fabrication required.

· Interpersonal communication skills using professional and courteous conduct.

· Must be able to work in a clean room environment

 

Job ID: 16663

Categories

Manufacturing Engineering, Northeast