The Mechanical Engineer will provide trend- and risk-analysis services, accident- and combat-incident investigation services, research and testing services and material testing services in support of the Survival Analysis Team of the USAARL, which supports the Joint Trauma Analysis and Prevention of Injury in Combat (JTAPIC) program.
The candidate will work in the fabrication dept., project mgmt. exp., process improvement, systematic talk through changes, needs strong mechanical background- hydraulics, pneumatics, how equipment works.
The Lean Six Sigma Engineer aims to optimize any process or operation, which seeks to minimize or eliminate the activities of non-value add, better known as waste. The focus is to seek those opportunities by as updating, changing, or correcting current processes with minimal room for error.
In this role, you will provides technical expertise to plant personnel on troubleshooting mechanical failures, repairs, and evaluating whether equipment is designed to meet its intended or existing service conditions.
In this role, you will assist in the application of engineering principle knowledge to conduct routine analyses and/or tests pertaining to the development of new designs, methods, materials or processes.
In this role, you will guide analyses to verify the accuracy of complex maintenance / repair data. Candidate must be able to work well within a team environment and able to communicate well with senior leadership.
The successful candidate must have process improvement and design experience for manufacturing activities; familiarity with 2D and 3D drafting and modeling; knowledge of SolidWorks, AutoCAD, TurboCAD, or similar software suite.
In this role, the selected candidate will identify improvement opportunities that align with strategic objectives and lead multi-disciplined teams improving existing processes, reducing costs and will assist in the implementation of new manufacturing processes.