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Job

Production Engineer

  • Job ref:

    11764

  • Location:

    Danvers, United States

  • Sector:

    Mechanical Engineers

  • Contact:

    Bill Hurynowicz

  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

  • Consultant:

    Bill Hurynowicz

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

 

  • Control manufacturing processes while reducing defects and enhancing productivity and product quality;
  • Use lean and six sigma tools to analyze process trend data and communicate issues using a data-driven approach;
  • Identify opportunities for process and yield improvement projects;
  • Anticipate potential issues before they arise by relying on prior experience and new industry knowledge;
  • Qualify and optimize processes and tooling via iq/oq/pq, gage r&r studies, process capability studies, and designs of experiments;
  • Work collaboratively with peers on areas of engineering expertise while acting as an agent of change focused on improving technical skills and system knowledge;
  • Develop and maintain process documentation, including assembly procedures, test procedures, routers, travelers, boms, process flows, and process fmeas;
  • Participate in the investigation of non-conforming product and implement action plans for all internal corrective actions and audit findings.
  • Develop data systems for defect tracking and operator analysis, for process improvements resulting in yield improvement.
  • Conduct root cause investigations that include product teardowns, x-ray or ct-scan analysis using advanced vision systems.
  • Apply working knowledge of dispensing processes with adhesives that are critical to component assembly; and
  • Apply understanding of general properties of adhesives, such as, loctite, epo-tek, etc. which are critical to dispensability of the material.

Required Qualifications:

Typically requires a Bachelor’s degree; an advanced degree an added bonus.

Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, or related discipline.