The Manufacturing Production Engineer I reviews existing processes and develops solutions to increase productivity or reduce costs. Plans and designs methods to improve production processes. Being a Manufacturing Production Engineer I may require bachelor’s degree in engineering. Ensures compliance with approved production methods and quality standards. In addition, Manufacturing Production Engineer I typically reports to a supervisor or manager. Working as a Manufacturing Production Engineer I typically requires 0-2 years of related experience. Works on projects/matters of limited complexity in a support role. Work is closely managed.
Manufacturing/Production Engineer Job Description Template
Our company is looking for a Manufacturing/Production Engineer to join our team.
- Establish appropriate new process controls and improve existing ones;
- Reviewing production SQN’s (shop query notes);
- Reducing process driven scrap and rework;
- Provide customer-facing support on improvement and RCCA projects;
- Any other reasonable duties;
- Providing day-day support to manufacturing operations;
- The management of small capital and tooling projects;
- Updating engineering documentation to help maintain configuration control and help manage point of Introduction activities;
- Compliance with Environmental, Health & Safety and Energy Legislation and Company’s Policies;
- Providing MRB (Material Review Board) support to existing programs to ensure any process deviation or product faults are reviewed and answered;
- Delivering permits for the controlled deviation from process;
- Leading structured problem solving projects linked to day-day manufacturing issues;
- Support continuous improvement activities.
- Project Management;
- Highly proficient in design tooling and fixtures;
- Basic press tool design;
- Hands on tooling engineering;
- Electrical, mechanical and pneumatic equipment design and build projects;
- Organised, self-motivated and safety conscious;
- Experience of designing and problem solving equipment/ tooling in a mechanical assembly environment;
- Demonstrated capability of Tool room equipment and its use – advantageous;
- Recognised qualification in mechanical or manufacturing engineering (BSc. HND/HNC).