Manufacturing Engineer I - WELDING

Company Name:
Terex Corporation
Genie Industries/Terex Aerial Work Platforms (AWP), a business segment of the Terex Corporation, is headquartered in Redmond, WA with branch offices worldwide; we manufacture material lifts, aerial work platforms, trailer-mounted booms and light towers, telehandlers, scissor lifts and self-propelled telescopic and articulating booms.
The major responsibilities of a Manufacturing Engineer are to plan, design, and coordinate integration of machinery, equipment and team members into the manufacturing process to maximize efficiency, quality, and reduce cost.
Essential duties are as follows:
Participates in the installation and sequencing of machines, work stations, tools, parts and supplies to optimize the efficiency of the production process.
Prepares engineering process documentation.
Studies manufacturing methods, utilizing knowledge of product design, assembly processes, and industrial engineering. Studies utilization of facilities, equipment, materials, and team members to suggest layouts that enhance productivity.
Gathers and analyzes process information including cycle times, measurements, test results, trends, etc., used for statistical process control, cost analysis, and planning.
Researches and analyzes design proposals for ability to manufacture on a basis that minimizes waste and cost. Suggests design modifications to facilitate production.
Applies statistical measures to estimate future manufacturing requirements.
Researches and recommends parts, supply, and maintenance tasks, safety procedures, and servicing schedules that conform to production needs.
Assists Design and Project Engineers, customers, and manufacturing team members to resolve engineering-related production problems.
Participates in cross-functional meetings to evaluate staffing mix and levels necessary for safe and efficient manufacturing.
Participates with Design Engineers to discuss and evaluate new product design or re-design and manufacture.
Capability to utilize wide application of standard mechanical and/or industrial engineering principles, theories and concepts.
Knowledge of AWP or similar products and components including electronics, electrical circuits, mechanics, pneumatics, hydraulics, power transmission, and structural members.
An in depth understanding of Genie or similar production processes, including Engineering Specifications, Engineering Procedures, and Genie Assembly Requirements standards.
Demonstrated focus on safety, quality and efficiency as applied to production processes.
Ability to effectively communicate in both written and verbal form with all levels within the organization.
Ability to organize and sequence work associated with complex designs, converting them into production action plans.
Must be able to effectively communicate complex technical issues to others and to work cooperatively with both internal and external customers.
Must hold sufficient ability to create and maintain details documentation throughout all phases of research, development and maintenance of equipment and processes.
Bachelors Degree in Welding Engineering (highly preferred) or BS in Manufacturing Engineering or Mechanical Engineering with an emphasis in Welding is preferred.
Date: 2014-03-31
Country: US
State: WA
City: Moses Lake
Postal Code: 98837
Category: Engineering

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