Waters Machining Operations is searching for a Senior Manufacturing Engineer whose responsibilitieswill range from new product process development to the support of legacy processes. Thisassignment will focus on our 4-5 axis machining centers and/or 2-11 axis turning and mill-turning centers. It can also include technical oversight of junior engineering staff. Success in this position requires a working knowledge of CNC programming as well as tool design, process layout, andgeneral manufacturing skills found in a medical device manufacturer.
Job responsibilities are broad in scope and are highlighted below:
- Process ownership of detailed manufacturing documentation of support area.
- Develop and improve new and existing manufacturing processes in a regulated environment.
- Participation in the DFM process with new product development to ensure our readiness for sustainable production.
- Development of prototype and production tooling to support development, then production ramp-up and finally release
- Support less tenured engineers as a technical mentor and leader.
- Cross-function support for both up and downstream manufacturing departments such as assembly, deburring, etc.
- Identify new equipment, manufacturing technologies and make recommendations regarding equipment, or plant changes in manufacturing facilities, also including material flow and plant design
Consideration for this position does require the following qualifications:
- BS in Manufacturing Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or equivalent discipline with 10+years of experience in a machining environment or an AS in Manufacturing Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or equivalent discipline with 15+ years of experience in a machining environment.
- Minimum of 5 years as a support engineer for turning and/or milling processes as described above.
- Proficiency in UG/NX, SolidWorks, or similar CAD systems.
- Ability to program using G code (manual), as well as Esprit, Mastercam, NX, or similar CAM software
- Thorough understanding of mechanical drawings, and assembly drawings.
- Experience with GD&T and its proper use and application.
- Experience working in a Lean, regulated environment preferred.
- Demonstrated hands-on experience as a contributor making “chips”