Location(s): United States; Massachusetts; Billerica
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Role Summary: The Manufacturing Engineer – Electrical will develop, evaluate, and improve manufacturing equipment, utilizing knowledge of product design, materials / parts, fabrication processes, tooling / production equipment capabilities, assembly methods, and quality control standards.
Essential Responsibilities: In the role of Advanced Manufacturing Engineer – Electrical, you will:
Design, qualify, implement, and maintain calibration or test system (Labview or other) for US and International sites or vendors, working with senior engineers to develop and meet technical requirements
Develop manufacturing processes for New Product Introduction (NPI), documenting process changes, driving process / fixture improvements, driving lead and cycle time improvements, cost of quality (COQ), and Environment, Health, & Safety (EHS) actions
Design and/or build tooling and test equipment for Automation Projects
Support the day-to-day needs of a Production Cell or Key Process
Trouble-shoot production issues (Printed Circuit Boards and Test Systems)
Improve documentation, test procedures, and lean out existing manufacturing processes
Work closely with the design team to introduce and qualify new parts and software
Document changes to existing processes and products
Research, identify and order parts for test systems
Identify and evaluate alternate parts for end of life components
Work closely with the cross-functional to transfer new products from Engineering to Production, including floor layout, equipment requirements, test requirements, and manufacturing processes
Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical, Electronic, Computer or Software Engineering from an accredited college or university
Minimum 3 years of experience in an industrial setting working in engineering
Prior experience with Lean Manufacturing or equivalent quality manufacturing
Six Sigma training or equivalent quality training
Ability to analyze problems, identify root causes, and provide efficient solutions
Ability to work to a solution with minimal supervision / guidance
Basic LabView programming experience or background in other language (C, C++, VBA)
Working knowledge of DMMs, Oscilloscopes, and other test equipment
Basic construction abilities (drilling, soldering, wiring)
Ability to read and follow instructions, (Assembly Drawings, Schematics, ISO procedures)
Excellent verbal and written communication skills for technical writing and procedure development
Strong organizational skills
Ability to handle diverse activities simultaneously
Ability to work in a matrix organization
Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
Ability to communicate effectively and contribute to team projects
Prior experience in supporting Manufacturing Operations, including equipment troubleshooting and maintenance
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with maintenance and shop floor personnel
MS Excel, Word, PPT, Access database, Visio experience
Locations: United States; Massachusetts; Billerica
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