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Manufacturing Engineer

Company Name:
Koch Davis
This position is within the electrical manufacturing group as a manufacturing engineer. Manufacturing engineering performs the following functions: designs, plans, documents, and improves operations for electrical manufacturing activities such as harness and PWB assembly and/or rack and console fabrication. Works closely with manufacturing management and team members to adapt equipment, design processes, and champion progress within operations. Works jointly with cross-functional engineering groups performing concurrent engineering and producible analysis. Specifies and initiates purchase of manufacturing tools, equipment, and supplies. Plans, specifies, and justifies capital equipment expenditures. Uses advanced engineering tools and concepts (such as statistical or regression analysis) to develop and/or revise manufacturing processes. Investigates process problems and initiates corrective action of problems and deficiencies to ensure product quality. Adaptability within a non-repetitive, design-to-order manufacturing environment.
Requirements
2 years of applicable experience. Equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Requires daily use of multiple software applications, such as Lotus Notes, SAP Business Warehouse, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Visio and AutoCAD. Working knowledge in each is preferred. Successful candidates must possess excellent communication skills (both written and verbal); have a proven record of developing and implementing innovative solutions to complex problems that require the regular use of ingenuity and creativity; possess some experience in shop processes including knowledge of engineering drawings, process planning documentation, and process control. Position requires the ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance which requires US citizenship.
Education
Bachelor degree
Client
This company is provider of a broad range of communication and electronic systems and products.

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