Manufacturing Engineer
Delavan, WI

About $64,000 - $86,000 a year

Job Description:
Pentair currently has an opening for a Manufacturing Engineer to join our team at our Delavan, WI location. In this role, the Manufacturing Engineer will plan, direct, and coordinate manufacturing processes at site, as well as utilize project management skills to implement new operational processes and equipment. This Manufacturing Engineering will lead and support kaizen events, Lean work cell design, standard product design revisions, cost improvement projects, capital expenditure projects and supply chain initiatives. This role will also assist the business unit in meeting its strategic goals

We will:
Create career growth and rotational opportunities within various areas of the organization
Pay competitively
Provide on the job training and mentoring in Pentair’s proven best practices
Offer health benefits & coaching
Support your long term retirement goals through a competitive 401K matching and stock purchase plan
Offer employee discounts
Protect you with life insurance and other options
Tell you more about all the great benefits – just ask!

You will:
Develops, evaluates, and improves manufacturing methods to reduce cost and improve quality.
Responsible for assisting in the execution of SQDCC goals.
Analyzes and plans work force utilization, space requirements, and workflow, and designs layout of equipment and workspace for maximum efficiency.
Confers with planning and design staff concerning product design and tooling to ensure efficient production methods.
Develops complete project plans including resources, costs, benefits and schedules. Assumes full responsibility for all aspects of projects to ensure goals are met on time.
Communicates project status to stakeholders as appropriate and follows up to ensure project results are sustained.
Confers with vendors to determine product specifications and arrange for purchase of equipment, materials, or parts.
Evaluates products according to specifications and quality standards.
Works as part of a cross-functional group to implement lean principles. Leads and facilitates lean activities as needed.
Prepares and maintains manufacturing documentation (Routings, OMS’s, and MI’s) for new and existing products in manufacturing.
Prepares documentation using Excel, CAD packages, Word, and digital photography.
Estimates production times, staffing requirements, and related costs to provide information for management decisions.
Confers with management, engineering, and other staff regarding manufacturing capabilities, production schedules, and other considerations to facilitate production processes.
Applies problem solving techniques to resolve both customer and internal quality issues for manufactured products.
Participates in PFMEA (Process, Failure, Mode, Effects, Analysis), Quality Plan development for new and existing product, and safety RCCM’s
Works to create and maintain a safe work environment.

You should:
Have earned at least a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical or Industrial Engineering or Operations Management.
Have proficiency in Word and Excel.
Be able to use fact-based problem solving.
Have the ability to use sound judgement and analyze situations and problems.
Be able to clearly express oneself orally and in writing.
Have the ability to effectively negotiate when necessary.
Have the ability to develop systems and processes.
Be able to adapt to change and ambiguity.
Have the ability to read blue prints or process plans.
Be able to persist in the face of difficulties.
Have a drive for results and capacity for learning.
Have the ability to work in a cross functional team environment.

We like, but don’t require:
Experience or relevant advanced academic training supporting a complex manufacturing/assembly facility and exposure to high volume production.
Experience in an ERP system such as JDE or SAP.

Diversity and Inclusion:
With our expanding global presence, cross-cultural insight and competence are essential for our ongoing success. We believe that a diverse workforce contributes different perspectives and creative ideas that enable us to continue to improve every day. Race, gender, ethnicity, country of origin, age, personal style, sexual orientation, physical ability, religion, life experiences and many more factors contribute to this diversity.

We take ongoing action to improve the diversity of our workforce by:

Ensuring leadership involvement and ownership
Attracting and retaining diverse talent at all levels
Fostering a globally aware, inclusive culture
Ensuring our practices are fair and non-discriminatory