Morton, IL 61550 US
We are looking for a Manufacturing Engineer at our Morton, IL location. Develop processes and techniques to improve productivity, solve production problems and ensure conformance to customer drawings and specifications with minimal supervision while meeting the job’s requirements and customer requirements. If you are an experienced Manufacturing Engineer join us on our journey & let NEXTAFF help you grow!
What You will Receive a Manufacturing Engineer:
Pay $70k-110k/yr. to Start DOE
Medical, Dental, Vision Available
Located in Morton, IL
Monday to Friday 6am to 4pm
What You will Be Doing a Manufacturing Engineer:
Together with manufacturing and quality personnel, create effective manufacturing process plans that specify manufacturing sequence, equipment, technique, specifications and tooling for the product.
Interpret specifications, drawings, engineering drawings, sketches and other documentation.
Review and analyze new equipment/machinery specifications in order to select the best for quality, productivity and economy.
Ensure parts are to schedule with consistent quality to meet the company’s and customer requirements in a most productive manner.
Write procedures to control and standardize manufacturing processes.
Design, fabricate and test tooling fixtures for various manufacturing processes.
Review CAD sketches to delineate the product at various operational levels.
Initiate planning for repair of customer returns (RMR’s) and MRB products.
Define, specify and procure tooling required to manufacture products.
Conduct test of vendor furnished tools to determine their efficiency
Examine and Efficient, effective and timely response to customer engineering changes and requests (CNR’S).
Prepare cost estimates for products, tooling, equipment and processes for pricing and improved production.
Use safe practices and work to maintain a safe working environment.
Participate in continual improvement programs (e.g. Kaizen, Six Sigma).
Design holding fixtures and cutting tools required to maximize manufacturing efficiency at minimal cost
Analyze & interpret the data on the customer blueprints to determine the best way to proceed to reach the desired outcomes. Use your discretion and judgment how to receive the optimal results that the customer is looking for in our manufacturing and/or inspection of their parts.
What You will Need to Have a Manufacturing Engineer:
Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering or related discipline, (BSME or BSIE preferred) is required from an accredited college or university
One to three years’ experience in engineering required (Preferably in a manufacturing environment)