Manufacturing Process Engineer II

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Clinton, NY

Industry: Manufacturing / Diversified

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5 - 7 years

Posted 361 days ago

POSITION SUMMARY:
The Manufacturing Process Engineer II is responsible for developing, implementing and supporting optimized
manufacturing processes. This includes performing data and material analysis required to improve efficiency, product flow
and determine root cause or provide other process insight. Assignments are generally moderately complex with welldefined
scope and minimal risk.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
•Apply a broad range of fundamental engineering concepts, practices and procedures to assigned projects
•Develop and implement optimized, cost-effective manufacturing processes and methods in accordance with customer,
product or process specifications, quality requirements and standards while following a structured in-house developmental
process
•Follow disciplined product/process development and change control methods
•Develop manufacturing processes by understanding product requirements; researching, designing, modifying, and testing
manufacturing methods and equipment; and conferring with equipment vendors
•Provide hands-on technical support and training for manufacturing processes and personnel
•Improve manufacturing processes and methods to drive cost-reductions, quality improvements and process efficiency into
the factory
•Author complete and comprehensive documentation including, but not limited to, engineering design documents and
drawings, operating procedures and work instructions according to established quality management standards
•Evaluate and analyze process data in order to drive efficiency into the process or determine root cause and corrective
actions
•Understand and apply Statistical Process Control and Lean Manufacturing principles
•Lead cross-functional teams through process development, process improvement, root cause investigations, etc.
•Employ project management techniques to lead projects and ensure management is updated on project status, issues and
risk mitigation items
•Exhibit leadership qualities and train peers and co-workers
•Provide input to, and create, project cost estimates, timelines and milestones
•Function as an effective team member through collaboration, conflict resolution, encouragement, respectful interactions
with co-workers, active listening, etc.
•Work independently on multiple tasks and projects simultaneously
•Perform other duties and special projects as assigned
Job Posting
Indium Corporation is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action and Minority/Female/Disability/Protected
Veteran Employer. We provide a drug-free work environment and a full benefits package. Interested
candidates are encouraged to apply. Submit resume and cover letter at www.indium.com/jobs. This position
is eligible for the Employee Referral Program
REQUIREMENTS:
•Four year degree in a technical field
•5 years related work experience in a manufacturing environment
•Hands-on mechanical knowledge and experience
•Communicates in a clear, organized and professional manner in both written and oral form
•Electrical and/or software development knowledge a plus