The Process Engineer has primary responsibility for the production process. The role covers all technical aspects including operator work instructions, tools and equipment, error-proofing design and implementation, engineering changes, launch activity for new products, and continuous improvement. In addition the Process Engineer must work closely with the other functional groups within the plant to ensure safety, quality, and production measurables are achieved.
In this position, you will be working for multiple technologies in close partnership with Technology Centers, Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC), suppliers of the hardware and software solutions, maintenance and Plant Operations. This will be an ideal start for future opportunities in Production, Tech Center, Process Automation or other roles.
In this role, the selected candidate must have an experience in manufacturing raw materials for semiconductor or similar industries to develop and improve upon manufacturing and quality processes within several manufacturing facilities in the commissioning stage.
The Process Engineer works closely with divisional, customer, and supplier staff specialists to ensure the successful development and implementation of engineering changes, Continuous Improvement Initiatives, and projects which affect die tooling and assembly processes.
Utilize company specifications and documents or develop/document unique specifications to create best practice documents for design, manufacture, and analysis/validation of core metals to finished parts.
In this role, you will perform trainings about business processes and business process management applications; coordinate product line's business process requirements
Integrate product lines business process requirements into consisting process landscape.
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$50K to $83K -Fraser, MI
In this role, you will design and develop manufacturing processes for enhancements, product changes and new products, and related fixtures and tooling that are consistent with zero defect level and low product cost.