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Manufacturing Engineer

Manufacturing | Warrenville, IL | Full Time

Job Description

About Us:

A well-established manufacturer of metal products is seeking a Manufacturing Engineer for process design, development and analysis, tooling design, capital equipment projects, and continuous improvement projects.

Responsibilities:

  • Analyze production processes, update routings, process descriptions, troubleshoot casting and machining processes
  • Design mold tooling, pattern equipment, machine fixtures and gauges, review and update existing drawings, change tolerances, maintain documentation
  • Create 3D solid models and 2D drawings of tooling, fixtures, and gauges, as well as workstation and plant layouts in SolidWorks and other CAD software
  • Run simulations to ensure proper mold flow
  • Provide quotes and cost estimates for tooling and processes
  • Provide technical support for production, machine shop, tool room and foundry personnel
  • Study workplace and production processes and implement continuous improvement programs using Lean manufacturing and Six Sigma methodologies
  • Assist in Quality Improvement projects, working to correct Root Causes of product defects
  • Identify, justify and implement capital equipment projects.

Requirements:

  • BS in Mechanical Engineering, or related field
  • 1 - 5 years + experience in a manufacturing environment
  • Proficiency with SolidWorks, simulation and analysis software (FEA, CFD, etc.)
  • Strong written and oral communication skills
  • Permanent Resident or U.S. Citizen

Bonus Points:

  • Strong background in metal forming, fabrication, and machining.
  • Metallurgical knowledge

Perks:

  • Well over 100 years of success and being an industry leader leads to high employee retention and low employee turn-over.  Along with this, the company offers competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits packages and loads of career growth potential.  Paid on-the-job training, continuous development programs, and education assistance are other ways they invest in their employees.