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Manufacturing Engineer

Bachelor's degree in engineering (mechanical, electrical, industrial engineering, or related field).
A minimum of 5 years of industry experience.
Experience working in an ISO environment and establishing best practices and operation procedures.
Hands-on experience in assembly and manufacturing of complex electrical/mechanical hardware.
Must have strong communication skills and experience in leading and motivating employees.
Experience with project planning and scheduling.
Experience with managing NPI (new product information) deliverables and resources.
Experience working with cross-functional teams.
Ability to identify and manage risks.
Ability to manage schedules and budget.
Work with a team of production engineers and assemblers in a high volume environment.
Strong understanding of electro-mechanical assembly and working with precision equipment.
Ability to work on a team that is building an automated process with strong emphasis on high quality and high volume manufacturing.
Develop trackers and schedules to ensure BOMs (bill of materials), documentation, test fixtures, and tools meet regulatory compliance and appropriate standards/guidelines.
The individual will have the ability to guide the MOPs and production techniques.
Develop and implement test plans and validation test plans for qualifying new and replacement parts and designs.
Develop and implement continuous improvement plan.
Optimize use of personnel, materials and equipment to achieve production requirements.
Lead production efforts and coordinate with materials management, engineering, and quality assurance.
Effectively communicate progress and issues throughout the organization.
Lead effort to increase production efficiency by identifying areas for improvement.
Able to direct and mentor technical efforts of more junior process engineers.

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