Our client develops and manufactures measuring sensors, supporting apparatus and instrumentation used during the melting and refining of metals—steel, iron and aluminum. Serving the steel, foundry and aluminum industries around the globe, our products leverage product quality, productivity costs, environmental protection and working conditions. Impressively, our sensors, measuring systems and services, have revolutionized the steel industry enabling us to move from a craft to a high-technology business. Here is a unique opportunity to work for the world leader in measurement, monitoring and control of molten metal processes.
Manufacturing Engineer Peru, Indiana
As our Manufacturing Engineer, you will analyze current work processes in order to determine the flow of work, time requirements, costs, and duration using Lean and Six Sigma and other continuous-improvement concepts. You will investigate, develop, propose and implement cost-saving measures regarding the manufacture of products, and establish and maintain a quality process program throughout the plant, in accordance with quality standards advocated by the company, including all applicable ISO 9000 processes and procedures. You’ll train operators on new equipment, and encourage feedback about the machines, fixtures and other equipment. Additionally, you’ll oversee the installation and startup of new equipment and initiate any modifications as necessary.
To qualify, you must hold a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering—preferably Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical, or Industrial, or possess the equivalent (10 years) in experience. You may be a new grad, or have up to two years of process engineering experience that encompasses all of the job functions above. Desired (but not necessary) attributes include: ability to create assembly drawings of equipment, fixtures and electrical diagrams using AutoCAD; update DFT documents used in the manufacturing process; utilize LabVIEW to work with data acquisition; write and troubleshoot new PLC programs; and modify and update existing PLC programs. A background in the steel or automotive industries is preferred. This position involves up to 25% of travel to other HEN facilities (domestic and internationally), with the possibility of customer visits, as well.
Working here with us, you’ll enjoy not only a comprehensive benefits plan, but also a superior work/life balance philosophy that respects and encourages time for family and leisure activities, as well as a fulfilling career track.
Build a promising future for yourself with a proven world leader! Send your resume and letter of interest to us for immediate consideration. Please be sure to specify “Manufacturing Engineer – 36817” in the subject line.