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Manufacturing Engineering


Hello,

My name is Josh and I represent The Fountain Group. We are a national staffing firm and are currently seeking a Manufacturing Engineer for a prominent Fortune 500 client of ours. This position is located in Urbana OH Details for the positions are as follows:

Job Description


Perform duties required to support activities required by Product Engineering, Operations AME and Quality and Manufacturing Assurance teams.
Identify and analyze product/process opportunities. Plan, deploy, monitor and control process improvements.
Utilizes Six Sigma Plus tools, Design for Manufacturing (DFM) tools to support process improvement. Ensure technical compliance with HS&E, OSHA regulations and requirements.
Provide direct support for unit cost management including cost savings, quality improvements, cycle time reductions, supplier quality, product cost, productivity, escapes and first pass yields.
Perform actions as directed by Product Engineering to support initiatives to improve Built-In-Quality, eliminating quality escapes, reducing Cost of Poor Quality (COPQ)
Perform assigned duties as established by Product Engineering. Duties include: work instruction creation and updates, tooling design and maintenance, equipment maintenance and troubleshooting, supplier quality support, calibration routines, verification of process checks, product, process and HS&E audits.
Support the Quality Management System (QMS) policies and procedures. Ensure correct tooling and factory test equipment are available and in use. Support all internal and regulatory audits, as required. Support identifying root cause corrective actions using processes such as Corrective Action Mistake-proofing (CAMP)
Provide assistance to ensure improvements or achievement of AOP in the following: On-Time Delivery, PPM, Escapes, Cycle-Time, First Pass Yield, Inventory, COPQ and safety.
Participates as a member of project teams, such as cost reduction, transitions, etc. Responsible for identifying alternate solutions to mitigate schedule and quality risks.
Support internal manufacturing operations and provide status on continuous improvements, as needed.

If you are interested in hearing more about the position please respond to this posting with your resume attached.


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