Our innovative, world-leading reputation took root in 1968, when we made the greatest breakthrough since the initial discovery of plasma cutting. Our founders discovered a way to cut metal with a speed and accuracy never before seen. Nearly 40 years and 75 patents later, innovations to improve cut quality, extend service life, enhance productivity, and lower operating costs are still the norm.
In fact, our company dedicates more resources to plasma research, development, and testing than any other plasma-cutting manufacturer in the world. Our experience, innovation, and relentless commitment to excellence, ensure our plasma cutters remain a cut above anything else on the market today.
Located in Hanover, New Hampshire, our company was established over 40 years ago and has never had a single layoff. This is a family-oriented workplace. Our team has the opportunity to take and build ownership of the company; profit sharing has had its high of up to 35%. We hire individuals who want to see the company succeed. Thatís why we have operated as a Lean company for over 15 years. We are highly motivated, positively driven, multi-tasking team players. Join us.
Manufacturing Process Engineer Hanover, New Hampshire
Do you have experience working in a manufacturing environment with assemblies? Do you know what it takes to transition a new product from design to manufacturing? Are you capable of maintaining a Lean Six Sigma Manufacturing environment? If so, weíre looking for a passionate team player who enjoys multi-tasking and motivating others using strong leadership skills. This is an opportunity to hit the ground running and grow far. For over 40 years, our engineering capabilities have remained in the U.S. and you can be sure they will never be outsourced as we continue to grow and build our team.
In this key role youíll support the manufacture of our manual, handheld products including DFM and DFMA, shop floor support and apply Lean and Six Sigma principles. Youíll design and develop effective, efficient, and robust manufacturing processes that sustain and support existing and new products and technologies to ensure that our products exceed customer expectations. Youíll also facilitate, and possibly lead, continuous improvement activities for the team.
The ideal candidate must have a bachelorís degree in Mechanical, Industrial, Manufacturing or Electrical Engineering with at least five years of experience including DFM and DFMA, shop floor support, applying lean methodologies for electromechanical assembly operations, including understanding and applying leading manufacturing and quality management principles. Masterís degree preferred.
To qualify, you must also have experience in new product development from design to operations with expert knowledge of Lean. You must be capable of facilitating Kaizen events and understand principles of the tools of total quality management tools, including systematic problem-solving through root cause analysis and statistical methods, design for manufacture and assembly, ISO 9001 procedures and auditing, demand flow, ergonomic analysis and design, bills of materials structure, process plans, routings, Value Stream Mapping, pFMEA and Six Sigma tools. You will also need strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office, computer-aided design software and Oracle ERP.
In addition to a great salary, we offer a generous package that includes traditional as well as innovative benefits to include health, dental and vision coverage plus 401K, stock ownership plan plus paid time off and more.
For immediate consideration, please send your resume.
Equal Opportunity Employer.
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