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Role Summary: The Welding Manufacturing Engineer demonstrates leadership and will develop and implement new and improved methods for manufacturing, assembly, and test (harsh environment sensors used in radiation monitoring, nuclear reactor, and oil exploration). The individual will be responsible across various product lines for supporting daily production needs, contributing to business growth, and achieving improvements in methods, capabilities, and efficiencies.
Essential Responsibilities: In the role of Welding Manufacturing Engineer, you will:
Utilize best engineering & lean principles and lead / assist efforts to improve process capability, reduce variation, reduce overall costs and increase capacity
Support new equipment / upgrades from purchase through installation
Support Health, Safety & Environmental (HSE) projects
Ensure processes contribute to a safe work environment
Develop and maintain manufacturing methods and create process routings
Design and build / procure necessary tooling and fixturing
Participate in NPI (New Product Introduction) programs consisting of design, development, design reviews and manufacturing implementation
Drive improvements in mechanical, assembly, and welding processes
Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical, Welding, Materials Engineering or related Engineering field from an accredited college or university
Minimum 3 years of experience in Manufacturing and/or Operations
Minimum 1 year of experience in welding and/or brazing
Proven history of collaborating across boundaries, fostering a team environment, and implementing change
Demonstrated results acting as a change agent and challenge the status quo
Self-motivated and able to meet deadlines
Experience with manual manufacturing environment, assembly / test, or equivalent experience
Strong project management abilities and results a plus
Hands-on experience designing using SOLIDWORKS software
Ability to use data and statistics to characterize a manufacturing process
Experience and ability to mentor and guide other Manufacturing Engineers
Experience with assembly fixture design & tooling, error-proofing
Experience with TIG welding, micro welding, and/or laser welding
Experience with stainless steel, nickel alloys, aluminum, and/or titanium a plus
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