Manufacturing Engineer - 2ND SHIFT
Under minimal supervision, designs and controls production processes. Designs/maintains labor time standards, process/manufacturing specification/instructions, statistical process controls, production routers, etc. Reviews existing processes and makes recommendations for revisions when necessary.
* Defines process instructions by creating, releasing and controlling Manufacturing Job Instructions (MJI s).
* Defines sequence of operations by creating, releasing and controlling Production Routers. Maintains routers in standard library of operations.
* Establishes and documents Labor Time Standards for each operation in the standard library.
* Documents production process requirements by creating Production Specifications.
* Implements and maintains Statistical Process Controls of production processes.
* Reviews and writes assembly and process procedures, including detailed production station instructions/visual aids. Recommends changes when necessary.
* Examines and suggests improvements to tooling, machinery, 0processes, specifications, procedures, drawings, etc.
* Provides idea leadership to the MRB team, including corrective action.
* Helps solve customer/vendor/manufacturing problems. May perform failure analysis, tolerance studies, layouts, etc.
* Develops feasibility studies relating to the purchase of special equipment/machines and initiates R.O.I. and cost reduction support data.
* Maintains an awareness of scrap and other variances in the production process. Reviews trends and suggests corrective actions/revisions.
* Actively participates in the Quality Improvement system.
* Actively participates in Lean and 6s initiatives
* Maintain the highest ethical standards, even when challenged from above
* Understand and live by Esterline s ethics and business conduct policies
* Performs other duties as required
* Possess strong knowledge of electronic theory and design
* Strong understanding of lean and capabilities to drive, teach, coach a team, direct reports, and others
* Ability to lead Lean Kaizen projects
* Strong people skills, engagement with direct reports, teamwork, and others
* Strong leadership skills, independent thinking, strong organizational and planning abilities and excellent analytical and problem solving skills are essential.
* High energy level
* Intermediate MS Office skills in Word, Excel and Outlook
* Should be able to travel domestically and internationally with short notice on occasions up to 10% of the time
* Familiar with the application of Statistical Process Control tools
* Familiar with relevant Military and Industry Standards
* Familiar with variance analysis and DOE (design of experiments)
* Working knowledge of key lean manufacturing principles and applications
* Aerospace industry experience
Education/Previous Experience Requirements
* A Bachelor s Degree from a four-year college or University in Electronic Engineering, Mechanical, CE discipline or equivalent experience with emphasis on volume production
* Minimum of five years of experience in Manufacturing Engineering dealing with some or all of the following processes/techniques: Tumbling, deburring, tooling, welding, plating,
heat-treatment, cleaning procedures, etc
Demonstrated ability in the Esterline competencies for employees new in their role: As an individual contributor you will be expected to demonstrate the following competencies: Customer Focus, Listening, Problem Solving, Action Oriented, Composure, Functional/Technical Skills, Ethics and Values, Integrity and Trust and will need to Value Diversity.
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U.S. Export Policy Notice: To ensure compliance with U.S. export laws and regulations, Esterline operations in the U.S. may only employ U.S Persons as defined by the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).