Posted in Management 9 days ago.
Location: Wilmington, Massachusetts
Job ID: 18512
• Investigate and effectively resolve critical production issues.
• Represent the operations department on multiple new product development projects.
• Optimize and document manufacturing methods and processes required to meet design objectives on new or improved products/processes.
• Design and coordinate the manufacturing of fixtures and tooling.
• Interface with customer, engineering, and supplier quality contacts during reviews, audits, and on-site visits.
• Participate in Root Cause / Corrective Action projects to address critical quality, design, and process issues.
• Lead PFMEA (Process Failure Mode Effects Analysis) efforts.
• Actively support Material Review Board activities in accordance with AS9100 requirements.
• Ability to layout work areas to optimize product flow.
• Ability to work flexible hours (including some weekends).
• Able to work collaboratively with shop technicians.
• Support lean six sigma initiatives including 5S and continuous improvement projects.
• Bachelor’s Degree in Manufacturing, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering, or Engineering Technology is required.
• Additional Training & Certifications in manufacturing related operations are a plus.
• Minimum of 5 years working as a Manufacturing, Production, or Industrial Engineer in an ISO9100 and/or AS9100 compliant manufacturing facility. Aerospace manufacturing experience preferred.
• Direct experience with the design and fabrication of fixtures and tooling using SolidWorks.
• Direct experience with planning assembly operations and writing shop floor Routings and work instructions.
• Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate technical information to internal & external customers.
• Management of multiple simultaneous projects to successful completion in accordance with established schedules and milestones.
• Experience working in a multi-location organization with offsite management is preferred.
• Prior experience with FAA or other regulated environments.
• Prior experience with soldering, welding, brazing, and other electro-mechanical assembly operations.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills.
• General understanding of GD&T (Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing) concepts for manufacturability.
• Excellent multi-tasking skills to work several projects at one time.
• Open to continuous change with the ability to learn new skills.
• Proven hands-on capability in the workplace.
• Self-motivated, self-starter, strong work ethic, self-advocate.
• Ability to work well under pressure, multi-task and meet deadlines.
• Able to function (often simultaneously) as an individual contributor, a team member, and a leader supporting various activities.
• Proven team player who has demonstrated capabilities in the following areas: interpersonal skills, well developed problem-solving skills; solid organizational skills; and the demonstrated ability to be self-directed and effectively relate to all levels of an organization.
• Must be willing to travel up to 10% of the time.
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