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Methods Engineer  

Develop, design, procure, and provide engineering support for equipment and manufacturing processes, including but not limited to: molding, tooling, and assembly. Ensure the production of a high quality product in a timely, cost effective manner. Assist and advise on the solutions for manufacturing problems as they may occur. Lead/coordinate activities using team interaction to accomplish program applications. Develop, standardize, and support the processes and parameters with the assistance of the experts in each discipline for project tooling, injection molding processing, aluminazation, coating, and assembly with respect to customer requirements, quality, cost, logistics, and delivery. Implement new ideas to improve safety, quality, and productivity. Provide technical assistance, specify, request for quote, source, purchase and assist in the installation of new equipment and processes. Initiate the purchasing of, and follow-up on, the assembly manufacturing equipment. Serve as the liaison between manufacturing and engineering. Initiate cost-savings ideas and projects through efficient engineering practices. Train manufacturing personnel as necessary on the use and maintenance of new equipment and processes. Assist in de-bugging of new equipment and troubleshoot problems of existing equipment. Interact with team members to optimize processes and improve work station design. Support new program launches. Monitor daily quality and productivity results, and react to problems as they occur. Participate in design reviews. Lead problem-solving teams to address manufacturing problems. Responsible for all

Process tasks of the CIP. Such tasks include but are not limited to the following:
Perform Process and Logistic Reviews with Program team on a regular basis throughout the life of the program.
Perform and update Process FMEAs (Failure Mode Effect Analysis).
Provide detail of the process design to the Program team per customer requirements, quality, cost, and delivery.
Prepare and conduct FDPR (Full Day Production Run).
Design for Assembly.

Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or related technical field. Minimum of 2-5 years engineering experience in a manufacturing environment. Knowledge and application of fundamental concepts, practices, and procedures of manufacturing engineering. Mechanical/electrical controls experience preferred. Customer interface experience preferred. Travel required.

LocationSeymour, IN
CountryUnited States of America
Employment AgencyOSRAM Sylvania
Posted Date05/26/2011 10:24:07
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