Manufacturing Engineer

The Manufacturing Engineer must be a results-oriented individual able to support activities within the manufacturing group to successfully bring both existing and New Product Introductions (NPI) to states that are ready for scaled production.

Department: Engineering & Product Development
Reports to: COO
Status: Full Time Employment

Primary Responsibilities

  • Interface to Engineering department for representing manufacturing and supply chain concerns.
  • Lead activities to close Manufacturing Change Orders.
  • Create, review, and approve production process documentation including drawings, SOPs, test protocol.
  • Generate documentation and product change information for both existing products and NPI, in addition to supporting sustaining documentation for rapid development cycles.
  • Management of documentation in Arena BOM control.
  • Review manufacturing data pertaining to quality, productivity, and costs, recommending improvements.
  • Develop manufacturing processes and enhance internal manufacturing systems for a successful ramping-up of production. Resolve technical issues related to manufacturing processes that affect customer quality, manufacturing capacity, and productivity.
  • Drive continual improvements for reducing manufacturing costs and lead times, while improving quality in order to meet product objectives.
  • Qualify suppliers and support the improvement of the supply chain ecosystem. Interface with a local and international supply chain. Research components and generate a variety of options and alternatives.
  • Work across boundaries of departments and disciplines to gather information needed to understand manufacturing and engineering problems, leverage knowledge, and empower teams in problem-solving activities.


  • Minimum: B.S. in Mechanical Engineering
  • Preferred: 5 years working within product manufacturing with experience critically addressing initiatives over cost, quality, and lead time.
  • Comprehensive understanding of product design, assembly manufacturing, lean manufacturing, machining, and sheet metal fabrication processes for both low & high-volume manufacturing.
  • Excellent self-management skills and ability to meet deadlines.
  • Strong skills in engineering fundamentals, program management, and problem solving.
  • Experience with CAD Modeling, including 3D assemblies, components, and drawings, as well as the development of Bills of Materials (BOMs).
  • Expert proficiency with SolidWorks or CAD (3-5 years) preferred.
  • Knowledge of PLM management tools (Arena BOM control preferred).
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills, as well as superior teamwork and collaboration.
  • Must be proficient in the Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint, as well as Google Docs/Drive and CAD environments.
  • Strong interpersonal and presentation skills

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