Our client in heavy machinery construction is currently hiring a full-time Manufacturing Engineer. Client prefers a Contract to Hire model (Only Engineers committed to a permanent position are encouraged to apply).
The Manufacturing Engineer will work in an advisory capacity to serve manufacturing, engineering, and/or purchasing departments using knowledge of methods and materials in specialized field or general manufacturing to optimize cost and quality.
Position is based in Gwinner, many employees live in Fargo and commute (Car pooling options may be available).
Analyze and evaluate factory manufacturing processes, systems, equipment, and materials in terms of their associated cost, time, ergonomic, quality, and quantity factors.
Recommend changes, prepare capital justifications and coordinate in the design and development of new manufacturing processes, systems, equipment, and materials to more effectively contribute to the division's short, and long-term economic objectives (QCI participation).
Write and distribute manufacturing changes and associated operating work instructions to all affected personnel on the shop floor as well as training operators on the product and process changes.
Lead and participate in kaizen events for continuous improvement projects focused on safety, quality, delivery, and cost.
Analysis of time and motion analysis, methods, estimating, process engineering and plant layout for assigned area to ensure balanced methods and available capacity to meet customer demand
Assist engineering, purchasing, and manufacturing personnel in problem solving activities related to assigned area for product support.
Review preliminary engineering design for estimating tool and manufacturing cost. Recommend design changes to maximize economical manufacture.
Prepare evaluations of, and justification for, the procurement of new machines and equipment. Select and order equipment, oversee its installation and help train employees in the proper use of the equipment.
Bachelors' Degree in Mechanical, Industrial, Manufacturing, or related Engineering field.
0-2 years' experience.
Lean Manufacturing experience preferred with Green Belt or Black Belt training or certification.
Experience in manufacturing, in an internship or co-op or professionally preferred
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