My name is Barbara Wacknov and I have a direct hire for a Manufacturing Engineer with a manufacturer who supplies a wide range of fork lift products including integral and hook-on side shifters, fork positioners, paper roll clamps, bale clamps, carton clamps, push pulls, multi-pallet handlers, rotators and forks. They are located in western Alabama near the Mississippi border.
The Manufacturing Engineer is expected to recommend new machinery and tooling selections, costing and manufacturing options involving new product and changes in existing methods and standards. This position provides knowledgeable assistance in many areas of plant operations and is expected to make decisions involving the selection of appropriate manufacturing processes including tooling, gauging and work place layout.
Provide machinery, tooling, material specifications, manufacturing processes, quality inspection documents and incentive time standards needed to accurately and safely manufacture component parts
Collaborates with college co-op students and rotating training personnel when applicable
Provide support as needed for Production department on a day to day basis
Reduce costs, increase productivity, reduce scrap/re-work, and provide resources to train and problem solve
Research and develop new manufacturing processes
Identify and submit Value Improvement Process (VIP) opportunities.
Evaluate Process Improvement Requests (PIR) and Corrective Action Requests (CAR) for incorporation into manufacturing processes
Maintain Engineering Change Notices(ECN) at current revision levels
Attend training sessions in specialized subjects
Maintain Plant and Departmental such as but not limited to: machinery records, component routings and routing files, tooling library files and quality documents
Background study and creation of appropriation requests for capital spending projects including the creation of purchase requisitions and delivery schedules
Maintains/establishes OMS, Building Materials, Routings, and Costing
BS Engineering and/or 7+ years engineering or manufacturing experience, required
Specialized training in fields of time standards, machine tool programming, statistical process control, computer applications, and work place safety
Some travel may be required.
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