Supply Chain Engineer / Scheduler II
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POST DATE 9/15/2016
END DATE 10/29/2016
JOB DESCRIPTIONIf you are looking for a challenging full-time position as a Supplychain Engineer that promises diverse and complex work with a top engineering firm, then join our team at Belcan Engineering! We are a privately held global provider of engineering services, primarily for the aerospace industry, but also for the energy and heavy equipment industries.
We offer competitive compensation, a relaxed work atmosphere and flexible scheduling designed to create a healthy work/life balance. And with Belcan facilities throughout the country, you will have plenty of options to relocate to new cities. If this sounds like the kind of company you’ve been looking for, and if you meet our qualifications, we want to talk with you!
Belcan currently has a need for a Supplychain Engineer to be involved with our Supplychain and Manufacturing Center of Excellence. This position will work at the customer location. Overall, we are looking for someone with several years of hands on experience involving machines, shop floor, assembly, parts, tooling, etc. that can translate well into the customer working environment and provide technical expertise in relationship to supplychain and manufacturing support, troubleshooting, process improvement, insight to quality and measurement systems, Project Management work, etc. Job duties and responsibilities will include, but not be limited to the following:
Act as a team member on large and medium size programs and projects, presenting information as needed, and ensuring critical customer needs are met.
Troubleshoot major material process problems, evaluate scrap out-of-flow material, implement existing or develop new approaches and special projects to solve the issues.
Troubleshoot, evaluate, make suggestions involving the assembly process, machinery, tooling, gage alternatives, etc.
FAIRs and LAIRs – review, define, identify, analyze, and resolve all process, forms, drawing characteristics, data, discrepancies, inspections, paperwork, and flow associated with this prior to on-site processing.
Heavily involved with presenting of the on-site information process, customer procedures, supporting documentation, forms, drawings, production, inspections, quality resolution, etc.
Identify, act, and complete efforts related to PFMEA’s and Effects of Failure and the recommended actions and assignments for preventative and corrective needs.
Develop and Complete RFT's (Right the First Time), time studies, cycle time, MSA evaluations, etc.
Write and create new work instructions, update existing work instructions, and make edits for new and existing parts.
Assist, edit, troubleshoot, and resolve needs withing the manufacturing process, various APAQ processes, package and relocation support, supplychain, CNC machines and programming, cutting tools, components and parts, unique parts, scrap, etc.
Communicate and interact with shop floor personnel, quality/process teams, customer management team, material teams, purchasing teams and other engineers involved in the process.
M.S or B.S. in Manufacturing Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Technology, Automotive and Assembly, etc. or equivalent amount of work experience involving manufacturing engineering.
2-5 years of relevant work experience as a manufacturing engineer.
Experience and working knowledge of manufacturing process, assembly, and fabrication process.
Experience with heavy equipment, industrial equipment, and/or automotive industries.
Experience creating and updating technical documents, reports, and standards.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Extensive understanding of product engineering concepts and applications.
Ability to be a self-starter with potential for technical leadership and guidance.
Strong analytical reasoning and problem-solving skills.
Ability to communicate technical information effectively with team members, as well as to man