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The Engineer II- Manufacturing role provides daily support to designated manufacturing areas for Quality and Manufacturing. Responsible for manufacturing process improvement and maintenance of existing processes. Maintains MRP data for product routings and submittal of ECRs for BOM changes or other improvements & changes. Participate on New Product Introduction teams supporting the design team and Product Management with manufacturing process and design for manufacturability support.
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Participate daily in the company management system attending Tier 1 meetings for areas of responsibility
Daily resolve issues or elevate to the appropriate resources for resolution
Review New Item Review report daily and update routings and quality approvals in the MRP system
Review work content and standards ensuring accurate and efficient processes are in place
Review production tooling and update equipment using the most ergonomic, cost effective solutions
Provide input to the capital upgrade process and assist in preparing E-201 supporting data
Participate and lead root cause analysis and problem solving sessions using methods such as 5 Why and 8D
Work with Facility Manager to ensure a robust preventative maintenance including Maintenance PM’s and Operator PM’s are in place in areas of responsibility
Implement predictive technologies to evaluate equipment status (ie; Infra-Red, Ultrasonic Leak Detection)
Work closely with Planning and Production Supervision to ensure schedules are attainable, adjust work content and maintain routings and BOMs to support an effective scheduling and production process
Lead and participate in KAIZEN events throughout the plant supporting the company continuous improvement program
Prepare reports for quality deficiencies or customer complaints related to area of responsibility
Work closely with Design Engineering, Technical Support and Customer Service ensuring a high level of customer satisfaction and quick problem resolution
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
Experience working in a manufacturing environment with fabrication and assembly processes (Stamping and dies a plus)
Knowledgeable in performing time studies, updating routings and reviewing Bills of Materials
Have participated in KAIZEN events implementing process or product improvements
Experienced in writing work instructions and or standard operating procedures
Experience working with Maintenance teams to implement an effective predictive/preventative maintenance program
Understanding of inventory control techniques and knowledge of implications of BOM accuracy, inventory accuracy, and material transactions/movement within the factory.
Understanding of the process of engineering revisions, engineering change notices, engineering deviations and the corresponding impact on manufacturing.
Must have excellent written and oral communication skills
Ability to work with all levels of employees
Solid Works or equivalent experience developing models and drawings
Must have Strong computer skills with excellent skills in Microsoft Office applications. Able to develop summary graphs, tables, pivot tables, and other reports using PowerPoint, Excel and Word.
Analytical and problem solving skills
Knowledge of Lean and 6 Sigma principles.
Exhibits a strong ability to handle multiple demands with a sense of urgency, drive and energy required
Works well under stress with the ability to deliver on time required.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Bachelor Degree required in Engineering or related field.
5+ years in a manufacturing engineering role (preferred).
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Marley divisions are committed to the effective use of the Marley Values. It is important that all employees understand and utilize these values when performing the duties of his/her position.
Quality encompasses all aspects of Marley Engineered Product’s business, and every employee shares the responsibility to prevent the occurrence of any nonconformity relating to product, process, and the quality system. All employees have an obligation to identify and record any such nonconformity, and, through designated channels, initiate and recommend solution