Develops, implements, and maintains methods, operation sequence, and processes in the fabrication of parts, components, sub-assemblies, and final assemblies.
Interfaces with other engineering functions to coordinate the release of product improvements and/or new products. Launches, releases, approves, and implements or issues engineering change requests as required to support design engineering and Operations with new and existing products.
Estimates manufacturing costs, determines time standards, and makes recommendations for tooling and process requirements. Uses DFx principles to reduce manufacturing and/or product costs, and improve delivered product quality.
Develops and uses test procedures, including assisting with the definition of test specifications with design/software engineering. May work with test engineering on the design and development of text fixtures. May assist in the coordination of test fixture sourcing activities.
Gathers operational and test data and evaluates results; may takes corrective/continuous improvement actions.
Evaluates work methods, procedures, and policies. Participates in the development and maintenance of new and existing business processes; updates as necessary to ensure current practices are documented.
Determines root cause and corrective action analysis for issues that arise during the assembly and/or test of systems; provides a failure analysis report as required.
Performs Process Failure Mode, Effects, and Criticality Analysis when working with New Product Development.
Education: Bachelor's Degree
Years of Experience: 2 - 4 Years
Travel: Yes, 10% of the Time
Relocation Eligible: Yes
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