Company: Strom Minnesota
Posted on: November 13, 2023
Strom Engineering Minnesota is currently looking for a
Manufacturing Engineer for our client in Lakeville, MN.
Working in a team environment, responsible for creating,
documenting, implementing, and improving machining and
manufacturing processes for new, revised, and existing components.
Lead continuous improvement projects to advance manufacturing
quality and productivity in machining, special processes, and
assembly. Ensures time studies are performed on a recurring basis,
and that routers and BOMs are complete and accurate. Develops work
instructions and standardized work for manufacturing processes.
Champions progressive engineering disciplines throughout process
and component lifecycles to include: PPAP, DOE, Process Validation
(IQ, OQ, PQ), SPC, etc.
Job Duties and Responsibilities
Life cycle project owner of new and existing components
manufactured to meet customer requirements and specification from
quoting through delivery and ongoing change requests.
Technical support resource for ongoing/day-to-day manufacturing
operations and continuous improvement programs.
Supports new component estimates throughout the quoting process to
establish labor, equipment, tooling, and outside services cost
Participates in New Component Introduction and Engineering Change
Notice reviews to identify risks, resources, equipment, processes,
capacity, measurements, and costs associated with product
manufacturing. Project coordinator from acceptance of quote through
final production. Records for evidence that realization process and
resulting product meet requirements.
Reviews and interprets associated specifications, and enters and
updates the ERP system.
Creates and maintains job routers and Bills of Material, develops
approved rework procedures and work instructions.
Plans and coordinates pre-production activities such as
manufacturing reviews, checking tooling stock, and off-line setup
Coordinates with Quality on pre-production planning and testing to
resolve any non-conformances, quality, or productivity issues.
Coordinates with Purchasing and Quality on source
selection/changes, and performs cost analysis for tooling,
machinery, and equipment resulting in new or improved manufacturing
Coordinates CNC programming, cutting tool selection, tool list
generation, fixture design, and inspection plans with internal
Provides customer interface and expertise to proactively ensure
requirements are understood and satisfied. Work collaboratively
with customers to identify quality gaps, resolve corrective
actions, and make improvements to meet or exceed customer
Required Skills and Experience (Minimum requirements in terms of
educational background, work experience, licenses/certifications or
other knowledge, skills, and abilities).
Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Engineering Technology, or
equivalent Technical degree with 5 plus years of relevant
experience within a machined component manufacturing organization.
A relevant technical, or vocational, degree / diploma with at least
3 years of experience, in a process or manufacturing engineering
role within a machined component manufacturing organization will
also be considered.
Demonstrated proficiency in the interpretation and use of
engineering design drawings and technical specifications to develop
machining processes, procedures, and control techniques from
customer design inception to final production.
Strong knowledge of CNC machining/programming (milling, turning,
Swiss), and assembly operations. Knowledge of cutting tools,
fixture design, plastic and metallic materials, and coolant
Strong organizational and project management skills. Demonstrated
experience successfully leading projects resulting in measurable
improvements (continual in-process and preventative).
Ability to identify and evaluate complex, ambiguous business
problems or technical issues and provide well thought out
Ability to quickly grasp the complexities of disparate quality
issues and assist staff in solving technical issues to effectively
meet customer needs.
Proficient reading, writing, oral communication, and comprehension
in English language.
Knowledge of industrial math including arithmetic, geometry,
trigonometry, and statistics.
Knowledge and working experience with MS Office (Outlook, Word,
Excel, PowerPoint, Project), MRP/ERP, and CAD/CAM.
Strong interpersonal skills and demonstrated ability to work
effectively within the organization and collaborate with internal
and external clients to determine requirements and eliminate any
barriers that may affect the quality and delivery of product.
Additional Skills and Experience (Preferred or helpful)
Experience in medical or other highly regulated industry.
Experience with ISO 13485:2016.
Knowledge of E2 Mfg, Mastercam, SolidWorks.
SME Certified Manufacturing Engineer or Technologist
Competitive salary, health and dental insurance, 401k, vacation,
and holiday pay.
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