Manufacturing Engineer

Company Name:
TDM & Associates
Manufacturing Engineer - Conway, AR

Summary: Plans, directs, and coordinates manufacturing processes in assembly facility. Utilizes Lean Manufacturing techniques and leads Kaizen projects. Develops, evaluates, and improves manufacturing methods, utilizing knowledge of product design, materials and parts, fabrication processes, tooling and production equipment capabilities, assembly methods, and quality control standards.

Design of fixtures for efficient assembly activities.
Development and documentation of assembly procedures.
Propose and implement cost reduction and continuous improvement programs.
Participate in the development and maintenance of the Quality Management /Inspection procedures.
Utilize root cause problem solving methods to analyze issues affecting internal quality and productivity issues.
Identify quality improvements and defect prevention by developing and implementing mistake/error proofing fixtures and devices.
Initiate Process Change Notifications to initiate changes or alterations to the current manufacturing process. Work with Plant Manager to identify and implement labour savings opportunities (direct and indirect) considering workforce utilization, space requirements, workflow and equipment layout
Confer with engineering and marketing/design staff concerning product design to ensure efficient assembly methods.
Evaluate and optimize assembly processes, maintain shop floor documentation to ensure product compliance to drawing and applicable assembly/manufacturing/design standards.

Degree in mechanical or manufacturing engineering
3-5 years of working experience as a Mechanical / Manufacturing or Process Engineer, preferably within a Fabrication and Assembly environment.
Machine building/assembly experience.
Lean/Kaizen experience
Exercise good judgment, show initiative and be proactive.
Should have excellent communication skills - may give plant tours to potential customers

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