Process Engineer

Published March 26th, 2024

Job Title: Methods Engineer

– Identify, evaluate, and improve existing manufacturing processes
– Work on teams to improve manufacturing processes/products and enhance their robustness
– Manage the design and execution of manufacturing processes
– Develop and approve documentation to support improved manufacturing processes
– Assure methods project tasks are accomplished within defined timelines, procedures, objectives, budget and required safety/compliance standards
– Provide support to new product introduction, production process development, product transfers, new equipment introduction and existing process sustainment
– Write and perform validation plan strategy and process validations in collaboration with Quality, Engineering and Production Control including methods for inspection
– Participate in Risk process analysis and propose appropriate recommendations to mitigate risks
– Guarantee continuous improvement and LEAN tools and methods
– Manage Change Control for processes and equipment improvements
– Support Manufacturing in the solving of manufacturing issues
– Conduct investigations, evaluations and make recommendations

Minimum of high school education/GED; minimum of 5 years of Machining or Welding experience preferred.
Experience working in manufacturing process improvements preferred.

We are seeking an experienced methods engineer with the following skill sets:
• You have an Engineering Degree or lengthy manufacturing experience.
• You have 5 – 10 years of experience as a methods engineer;
• You can use Office tools (Word, Excel, and Access);
• The ability to meticulously read and understand requirements of contracts, specifications, and drawings as it pertains to the manufacture of commercial and military equipment.
• Requires a detailed understanding of the manufacturing processes, including but not limited to machining, welding, fixturing and assembly.
• Can integrate well with production control, engineering, quality, purchasing and outside services like grinding, heat training, plating and support fabricators.

Attach a resume file. Accepted file types are DOC, DOCX, PDF, HTML, and TXT.

We are uploading your application. It may take a few moments to read your resume. Please wait!

Skip to content