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Manufacturing Development Engineer in Artesia, CA at Carlisle Interconnect Technologies

Date Posted: 5/24/2019

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Job Description



Responsible for the design of production tools and/or machines and related process instructions and for the development of solutions for production problems related to material, processing andtooling. "To give our customer what they want, when they want it." Support the manufacturing associates in training of new product released to production, responding to cell support that is needed, creating sound process instructions that includes building quality in.


ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

* Very strong process development abilities, knowledge of various processes (ex. Plating, Machining, Heat Treating, Adhesives, Oven Conditioning, etc.).
* Design tools and/or machines of varying types (some of a very complex nature) for use in the manufacturing of company products.
* Develop repeatable, usable efficient build process instructions (i.e. PI, MI, and WI)
* Investigate, isolate, and resolve manufacturing design and assembly problems
* Evaluate and improve existing methods of manufacturing and assembly
* Research new methods and equipment for manufacturing and assembling of connectors and cables
* Identify, research, evaluate, and recommend acquisition of all major machines and tools, experience in a Machine Shop environment is desirable.
* Interface with Assembly Supervisor(s) to review requirements for design of tooling, processes and manufacturing requirements for the assembly lines
* Ensure and help enforce standard policies and procedures
* Ensure Quality System processes and procedures are followed

* Effectively conveys messages in both verbal and written communications.
* Analyze errors in design and production.
* Ability to communicate and interface well with a wide range of people.
* Provides technical assistance and guidance to other personnel.
* Work with Engineering on functionality issues and procedure updates.

• Review, analyze, and make a determination regarding the integrity of products produced to standards stated in documentation such as but not limited to drawings, specifications, PI's, MI's, WI's, checklists, etc. and process/sign-off "affirm" your peers' quality and workmanship.
• Provide training when necessary to the new build and service associates in your area.
• Contributes to the development of work instructions, equipment logs, material specifications and other device history documents.
• Assists with the installation, debug and validation of process equipment.
• Assists in the planning, execution and interpretation of designed experiments to identify and characterize critical process factors.
Maintain a clean and safe work area.
• Follow all Safety Guidelines and report unsafe conditions to Manager
• Provides advice and feedback on corrective actions.

*Other duties may be assigned*

Physical Demands:

• Combined sitting, standing, and walking throughout the day to accomplish tasks.
• Occasional lifting up to 25 pounds.


SUPERVISOR RESPONSIBILITIES

• None



• B.S. in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering is desirable or 15+ applicable years' experience.

• Knowledge of IPC/J-STD standards desirable.
• Ability to read, write, speak and understand English.
• Demonstrated mathematically skills (fractions, decimals, conversions).
• Demonstrated proficiency in reading, understanding and interpreting the information provided in technical drawings.
• Broad proficient knowledge of many manufacturing processes and equipment.
• Demonstrated willingness and flexibility to work on different assignments that may include additional hours as needed.
• Ability to learn, understand, utilize and retain training and skills.
• Ability to set up work stations, prioritize &/or balance work teams/flows, direct work assignments, supply documentation, tooling and technical support and other support duties as required.
• Demonstrated effective decision making skills.
• Demonstrated effective leadership skills, understand and promote company objectives, acting as a role model.
• Demonstrated ability to work in teams with diverse groups of people.
• Demonstrated ability to embrace and foster an atmosphere of continuous improvement with a pro-active approach utilizing excellent problem solving skills and options for resolution.
• Demonstrated ability to work effectively and participate at any level in teams.
• Must be able to review, analyze, and make a determination regarding the integrity of products produced to standards stated in documentation such as but not limited to drawings, specifications, PI's, MI's, WI's, checklists, etc. and process/sign-off "affirm" your peers' quality and workmanship.
• Analyze processes, products, test results or other data to facilitate problem solving
• Work with a variety of departments and personnel to facilitate the analysis, development and processes of NPI products.
• Perform various training techniques (verbal, written and kinetic) that you are certified to perform. Must have the ability to offer techniques for different types of learners and repeat training if needed after evaluating the success of your training.

LANGUAGE SKILLS
Ability to read, write, speak and understand English.
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled