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manufacturing engineer

Listed on: 7/3/2019PST
Location: Clifton, NJ 07011
Industry: Engineering
Salary: $ 80000.00 - $ 90000.00
Description: The manufacturing engineer will lead the development of new part production manufacturing processes and sustain current legacy manufacturing production cells. The ideal candidate will have a passion for mechanical design, manufacturing and continuous improvement while also adept at developing life cycle projects including technically managing internal and external teams. Duties and Responsibilities • Production Manufacturing Projects: Development of new part manufacturing processes; collaborate on the design and build of new precision injection molding tooling; solve production part issues; develop MIM sintering setters; develop secondary operation fixtures; develop machining fixtures; coordinate with QC on inspection methods; QC part fixturing; drive continuous improvement. • Project Management: Technical management of outside vendors, contractors and consultants when required. • Coordinate with multiple functional groups to solve and execute complex development and manufacturing projects • Collaborate on the manufacturability of customer part designs in relation to plastic, metal and ceramic injection molding processes. Assess tolerance and design for manufacturing (DFM) changes to part designs • Utilize problem solving tools including Six Sigma, LEAN manufacturing, and DOE to solve development challenges, eliminate process variability, and resolve issues that impact part cost, quality and delivery • Develop and maintain engineering documents including work instructions, process sheets, and drawings within a controlled document (ECN) system
Requirements: 5 years manufacturing engineering experience • BS or MS, in Mechanical or Manufacturing Engineering. Extensive knowledge of manufacturing, injection molding, tool / mold design, automation, and secondary operations a plus. • Equipment and fixture design for low and high-volume manufacturing • Must be familiar with machine shop operations: milling, turning, EDM, CNC machining operations • Must be familiar with statistical concepts such as FMEA, Gage R&R, Capability studies, SPC and DOE • Working knowledge of engineering drawings including application and interpretation of GD&T • Fluent in CAD design using SolidWorks or ProE • Six Sigma Green or Black Belt a plus L. J. Gonzer Associates is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.