SENIOR MANUFACTURING ENGINEER

WW leader of advanced flight controls and actuation for commercial and military aircraft.  We are positioned on virtually every aircraft flying today, supplying highly reliable systems that are supportable and add significant value for our customers.

Development of new product/development processes, as well as applying new manufacturing technologies to existing or mature production programs. In this role, you’ll take ownership and drive results performing challenging and non‑routine manufacturing engineering work requiring the application of standard engineering techniques and procedures. In addition to accountability for the manufacturing processes.

  • Evaluate and develop new and emerging technologies in manufacturing engineering.
  • Play a major role in coordinating Design for Manufacturing efforts amongst various development engineering groups.
  • Determine manufacturing procedures, operation sequencing, prepare tooling and gauge lists, create and prove out N/C programs, writing of detailed operations sheets and work instructions to produce complex machined parts and sub-assemblies.
  • Support and improve mature programs through a combination of CAD/CAM, custom macros, and manual coding.
  • Prepare, monitor, and update engineered or estimated time standards for set up and run hours, man to machine ratios and economic run quantities for each component’s processes in their entirety.
  • Provide cost estimates for new business capture and process improvement efforts.
  • Daily interaction with a variety of disciplines, including other engineers, technicians, operations, and quality personnel, as well as external suppliers, to solve process related problems.
  • Leadership opportunities assigned by the Group Lead and/or Manufacturing Engineer Manager.
  • Support of production automated manufacturing cells, driving process stability to achieve reduced attended labor and human factor variation.
  • Some international and/or domestic travel as required.

Basic Qualifications:

  • 5 years Manufacturing Engineering experience with increasing responsibility.
  • Bachelor of Science Degree (Manufacturing, Mechanical, Industrial Engineering or Technology preferred).
  • CAD/CAM CNC programming experience required (NX preferred).
  • Strong CNC Milling machine processing, tooling, and programming (4 and 5 axis machining) experience required.
  • This job requires access to US export-controlled information.
  • Strong tooling and/or fixture design experience preferred.
  • Experience developing automated and advanced manufacturing systems.
  • Program management training and experience is a plus.
  • This position requires access to United States Export Controlled information.
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