A manufacturing engineer determines, establishes and maintains processes, equipment tools and procedures for the start-up and continuous flow of production, to assure a product of acceptable quality and performance within established cost objectives and environmental regulations. Provides continuing engineering for all products.
Responds to manufacturing problems by investigating and resolving such problems to assure a continuing flow of production.
Assists in the introduction of new products through tooling and production equipment, bill of materials, structuring manufacturing instructions and other documentation.
Provides continuing product engineering through the initiation of improvements in systems and procedures, and initiation of new design in support of an existing product and resolving of problems in performance, quality by design changes or complete redesign when necessary.
Uses personal computer to obtain, organize, and analyze data to prepare charts and reports. These could include but are not limited to: SAP, EXCEL, WORD, AUTOCAD, POWERPOINT, AND MICROSOFT PROJECT.
Implements production routing, assembly aids, labor standards for shop floor and MRP system control.
Develops cost estimates for new and changes to existing products.
Assists with developing and implementing cost reduction programs that are multifaceted in nature by proposing product redesigns or selection of lower cost components, or by processing and by adding new processes and equipment.
Determines the need for, establishes and maintains manufacturing standards and engineering product or process specifications.
Maintains expertise in labor standards and methods improvements through seminars, journals and membership in professional societies.
Formulates manufacturing systems and floor plans.
Troubleshoots and resolves technical problems with electronic, electromechanical equipment, product and systems.
Actively supports corporate productivity / continuous improvement goals by suggesting and implementing ideas / projects as assigned.
Provides leadership to coordinate and implement product, process and manufacturing location changes to support overall business goals and objectives.
Manage projects efficiently with accountability for results. Ensure all partners for successful implementation are managed and coordinated to completion of project.
Contributes Professional & Technical Expertise
Consistently demonstrates proficiency in the areas of technical and/or professional expertise relevant to role
Actively pursues continuous learning; develops skills and knowledge in job-related technical or professional expertise, including increasing breadth and depth of expertise and keeping up-to-date with advances
Combines technical and professional expertise with knowledge of the industry and market needs to impact business objectives; actively develops industry and market knowledge relevant to role
Invites feedback and coaching, and actively engages in responding to it; serves as a resource to others
Collaborates & Teams Effectively
Is honest and fair in dealings with others; words and actions are consistent with Rockwell Automation values and standards of ethical conduct
Balances individual goals and team goals
Reaches out across organizational lines to establish and maintain effective work relationships to achieve individual and team goals
Addresses conflict and other barriers to collaboration directly and constructively, adapting to cultural norms and expectations when appropriate
EOE, M/F/Disabled, Vet
- Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering.
- 3+ year of experience in a manufacturing environment required.
- Rockwell Automation will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening.
- Any offer of employment is conditional upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen.
- Computer Science or Computer Engineering is preferred.
- Experience with software or programming development.
- Experienced with soldering and IPC workmanship standards
- Experience in the following preferred: Programming of Automated Optical Inspection Machine, material flow, material handling, simple controls automation, and basic Ethernet networking knowledge.
- Test Engineering Experience.
- Experience with SAP.
- Lean Six Sigma belt and/or experience.
Operations & Engineering Services
Engineering and Technicians
Yes - Domestic
No. of Positions:
Twinsburg - Ohio
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