CNC Machining Process Engineer
Company: Arthur Wright and Associates
Posted on: May 3, 2021
Job Description Please download a detailed resume to the
application - otherwise a short form resume will be sent and your
qualifications cannot be viewed for consideration. This position
requires CNC machining manufacturing experience. The Process
Engineer develops fabrication programs to support high volume
machining and implements manufacturing processes, procedures, and
techniques including process improvement activities to improve
overall efficiency, product quality, productivity, and
profitability in accordance with company and customer requirements.
Controls programing knowledge to modify and develop better process
on production systems. Process Engineer Responsibilities:
Participate in process review for new product quotation process:
estimate cycle time and cutting tool cost Assist setup personnel in
startup of new product Assist in measuring development parts and
operating equipment as necessary to achieve engineering goals and
project timing Assist in the preparation of annual budgets for the
assigned department, including capital and expense plans and
equipment utilization studies. Prepare and review feasibility of
capital appropriation requests for equipment, tools, new facilities
and refurbishment of existing facilities. Negotiate and evaluate
equipment cost reductions with equipment supplier. Includes
planning for new equipment, jigs and fixtures, developing
specifications, obtaining quotes, purchasing and assisting with the
installation by in-house or outside personnel. Prepare and update
plant layout/process flow as needed for new equipment, new/modified
processes and new/revised products, using both manual and automated
drafting techniques. Set up of equipment, train manufacturing,
maintenance staff, and hand over completed process to manufacturing
teams. Assist in the selection of new processes and equipment for
CNC machining Contribute to and recommend continuous improvement
projects: investigate and implement process changes for cost and
quality improvement; monitor program cycle times against standard
and pursue efficiency improvements; investigate alternative cutting
tools and coatings; track/record savings realized on implemented
projects Troubleshoot production tooling problems Direct plant side
activities in conjunction with corporate PE department for new
equipment. Communicate project status to other departments and
manufacturing plants. Perform defect reduction investigations
making recommendations for equipment modifications, trailing and
qualifications. Create, modify, and review process control details
relating to new products or product design changes. Complete test
runs, adjustments, safety checks and capability studies for
new/revised equipment, products and processes required by company
quality and safety standards. Test cost reduction ideas to ensure
no compromises are made in product/process quality, safety or
workability - develop countermeasures if necessary. Evaluate and
analyze costs and techniques of new concepts or applications for
manufacturing processes and present relevant data to management for
further study. Establish preventive maintenance items and
frequency. Guide and direct implementation of kaizen and cost
reduction improvements. Provides technical support to all
departments to implement improvements, installations and repairs to
ensure safety guidelines and ergonomic principles are observed.
Maintains specified records, files and documentation. Process
Engineer Qualifications: 3+ years of manufacturing experience with
BS degree Extensive experience with robotics tuning, electrical and
Able to read component, assembly, and equipment drawings.
Must have a thorough knowledge of the principles and theories of
manufacturing and industrial engineering.
Must have an understanding of ergonomic principles and company
safety procedures, regulations and requirements.
Must know the requirements and procedures for the start up and
introduction of new products into the manufacturing process.
Thorough understanding and working knowledge of automotive plants
and processes/principles, company products, trade terminology,
manufacturing processes, tooling and equipment, and machine
Able to work in a fast paced, multicultural work environment.
Strong organization, planning, scheduling, and analytical
Ability to communicate and work well with all levels of the
Ability to multitask and facilitate problem solving and
Active listener with effective communication, collaboration, and
Strong ability to work and utilize resources and tools in a
Ability to function both independently and with good judgment in a
Must be able to work flexible hours to support production on all
shifts during new product launch.
Ability to collect and organize data in an orderly fashion so that
it can be accessed and used for future programs.
Must be able to compile information and report that information to
the appropriate people in the organization in a timely manner.
Strong verbal and written communication skills in English required
Solid working knowledge and demonstrated experience with Microsoft
Office and other computer-based applications (e.g., MS Word, MS
Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Project, Lotus Notes/Outlook, Internet,
etc.). Please download your detailed professional resume and do not
use your application profile that is offered as your resume as it
does not provide a detailed resume. Salary $75,000 - $85,000 a year
with relocation assistance/ Company Description Recruiting
Specialists for the Manufacturing, Operations, and Engineering
Arthur Wright & Associates is a employee recruitment firm /
headhunter that specializes in placing candidates within the
manufacturing, operations, and engineering industries.
We connect manufacturing, engineering, and industrial companies
with top talent quickly, confidentially, professionally and with
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