Carry out all tasks with a commitment to Safety First and Quality Always.
Plan, implement and coordinate improvements to existing manufacturing equipment and processes.
Support the implementation of new processes and automation projects to the manufacturing floor.
Support and recommend the disposition of all non-conforming product.
Initiate and complete ECO process, including all related paperwork.
Focus on and drive specific technical or capital improvement projects (CIP) in assembly, packaging, or other engineering disciplines as assigned.
Coordinate and communicate assigned projects with the applicable departments.
Specify and/or purchase equipment, tooling, and fixtures for process changes.
Define project budgets, create purchase orders, and propose CIPs.
Install and validate new equipment, tooling and fixtures for existing manufacturing process changes or replication. Responsible for documentation and training.
Collaborate with cross-functional teams, as required, to complete assigned projects.
Positively lead teams to initiate change and improvements in area.
Participate in assigned career development training programs, including Validation Practitioner Green Belt training, and Lean Lite.
Comply with all local, state, federal, and Client safety regulations, policies, and procedures including HCRA Hazardous Waste regulations.
Comply with all local Client quality policies, procedures, and practices through consistent application of sound quality assurance principles.
Other duties as assigned.
B.S. degree in an engineering field, Mechanical or Manufacturing degree preferred
At least 1-3 years related experience.
Must be proficient in the use of personal computers: MS office and Windows OS.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Good interpersonal skills: conflict resolution, negotiation, and time management skills.
Must be able to understand engineering drawings, Bills of Materials, and operational procedures.
Must be able to assess and resolve multiple high visibility problems in a timely manner.