Performs a variety of engineering work in planning, design and modification of fixtures, tools, and manufacturing processes. Resolves production problems and completes documentation on assigned parts. Interfaces with customers as needed. Generally, operates with appreciable latitude for non-reviewed action or decision-making. Has average to above-average knowledge and understanding of Electro-Chemical Machining (ECM) technologies and processes.
• Determines the sequence of operations in the manufacture of parts.
• Prepares and updates routers and operation sheets.
• Researches new manufacturing methods.
• Establishes manufacturing standards.
• Determines and troubleshoots manufacturing processes at all levels of complexity.
• Engineers tools, fixture and gauging modifications.
• Gives technical direction to CAD/CAM, production and inspection personnel as needed.
• Coordinates part inspection procedures with Quality Engineers.
• Addresses and documents cause and corrective action issues to prevent future problem occurrences.
• Interfaces with customers concerning design problems, part prints, etc.
• Performs other duties as assigned by management.
• Bachelor’s Degree in mechanical engineering, manufacturing engineering, or equivalent experience and training.
• Minimum of 3 years’ experience (4-7 is preferred) as a Manufacturing Engineer II or the equivalent engineering experience in jet engine manufacturing processes, materials, and designs.
• Thorough knowledge of aerospace manufacturing and quality requirements.
• Average to above-average knowledge and understanding of ECM technologies and processes.
• Demonstrated ability to set up and operate ECM equipment.
• Proficient in the use of word processing, spreadsheet, and data base computer software (i.e. Word, Excel).
• Good interpersonal and communication skills.