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: The Manufacturing Project Engineer will:
- Be a key individual providing ‘hands on’ facilitation and execution of multiple production launch efforts related to new product development programs, product line moves and production process improvement initiatives.
- Lead development of production capacity options for products in the energetics industry. Options may include constructing new work cells, debottlenecking existing capacity, utilizing a third-party manufacturer with process / equipment adaptations if required or some combination. Output recommendation would include financial evaluation of options with projected operating costs and required capital investment.
- Lead development and initial trial production, optimization and validation activities. Establish standard production rates & efficiencies which can be used to evaluate adequacy of capacity to meet forecasted product demands.
- Provide input on manufacturability of new products in development including providing and maintaining costing model assumptions as well as more detailed costing estimates in later development stages
- Technically supervise or coordinate the work of engineers, draftspersons, technicians and others who assist in specific assignments, be responsible for performing design reviews and pre-validation assessments to ensure the safe and environmentally sound start-up of new processes.
- Develop, prepare Capital Appropriation Requests (CAR’s) to secure funding and execute capital projects.
- Incorporate LEAN manufacturing practices and efficient material flow into work cell designs to improve efficiency, quality, and reliability.
- Lead Process Failure Modes and Effects as well as Process Hazards Analysis post-design & pre-start-up and creation of Manufacturing Instructions.
- BS in engineering or technical discipline.
- 8+ years of experience in a technical and manufacturing environment with strong project management skills.
- Knowledge of statistical software packages such as Minitab, experience with Process Excellence tools such as LEAN and Six Sigma. Six Sigma or LEAN certification a plus.
- Experience in weld process development and validation as well as Design of Experiments.