Manufacturing Engineer - Assembly
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Manufacturing Engineer - Assembly
Ref No.: 18-17286
Location: Moline, Illinois
Position Type:Direct Placement
Experience Level: 5 Years
Start Date: 03/15/2018
Position: Manufacturing Engineer - Assembly
Location: Moline, IL
Job type: Full Time 

Job Description:
Plans, coordinates and performs manufacturing engineering work for a project or process of moderate scope or for a significant portion of a major and diverse project or process. 
May assign, coordinate and review portions of the work to support personnel, including contractors. 
Decisions are made within established guidelines and may be reviewed by others. 

Duties: 
Establishes routings, methods, layouts, tools, costs, methods documentation, quality plans and labor standards for revisions to current operations and/or new parts or programs of moderate scope. 
Provides support and trouble shooting for current operations. Investigates, gathers and analyze data and implement solutions.
Innovates and implements cost reduction, quality, safety and ergonomic improvement ideas of moderate scope.
Applies electronic tools across a broad range of applications, including e-builds, modeling and simulations. 
Develops and implements plans to support lean manufacturing through the client's Production System of moderate scope.

Designs operations layouts. Improves material flow and material presentation. 
Leads team studies related to capacity, energy, productivity and efficiency of moderate scope. 
Leads analysis, development and implementation of new manufacturing processes and technology. 
Analyzes and makes modifications to existing performance pay plans; assists in development of baseline data for new performance pay plans.

Skills Required:
Factory Experience 
Preferred - 4 year degree, Engineering Degree, 
SAP, Creo, AutoCAD, line design, torque tooling, assembly tooling/equipment, assembly line support and trouble-shooting, manufacturing execution systems (MES), able to communicate and interact effectively with cross-functional teams and operators in a production environment