Process Engineer II

MAC Incorporated

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Process Engineer II Paramount, California
Job Ref:

analytical/problem solving
finite element analysis

Job Description: Process Engineer II

Under the direction of the Manager of Manufacturing Engineering, the Process Engineer – Level II is responsible for developing solutions to production problems relating to safety, processes and tooling. The incumbent supports new programs by developing manufacturing processes.

Major Job Duties:
As a key member of the Company your duties include but are not limited to:
• Demonstrate importance of the Company Safety Policy to the success of Company.
• Demonstrate importance of the Company Quality Policy to the success of Company.
• Demonstrate knowledge and awareness of the Company Environmental Policy.
• Demonstrate knowledge and awareness of the Company Business Management System.
• Work in a team environment to meet target dates.
• Coordinates manufacturing processes in the factory/Hand and Die forging processes.
• Develops, evaluates and improves manufacturing methods.
• With minimal supervision, collaborates with other departments within Company Engineering to ensure successful: Product design, Forging materials, Fabrication processes, Tooling and production equipment capabilities, Assembly methods for dies, clamp systems and holders, and Quality control standards
• Applies statistical methods to drive process and product improvements.
• Analyzes, designs, and plans:
• Workspace requirements, Workflow, Equipment layout, Maximize efficiency, Provide information for management decisions, Estimate production times, and Staffing requirements and related costs
• Advises Methods Tech’s and Manufacturing Engineer I employees regarding departmental practices.
• Directly contacts and coordinates with outside vendors for requirements such as equipment, materials and parts and verifying product specifications.

• Must be able to comply with ITAR and EAR residency requirements
• Possess excellent verbal and written communication skills and fluent in English.
• Must have strong analytical/problem solving skills.
• Knowledge of manufacturing and machining practices, mechanical design, finite element analysis, strength of materials and failure modes required.
• Must be able to read blueprints and prepare drawings and layouts.
• Ability to complete product definition, including geometric dimensioning and tolerance.
• Experience in designing mechanical components, fixtures and tooling.
• Computer skills (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint,).
• 3D CAD experience (CATIA is preferred).
• Physical requirements (be able to lift 50 lbs., bend, climb, etc.).

• BS in Mechanical Engineering or other related engineering discipline plus 5 years’ experience working in a manufacturing environment. (Forging Preferred), or a combination of an A.A.

Degree in technical discipline plus 7-10 years of forging experience.

Qualifications/Skills Required
Microsoft OfficeAdvanced
Knowledge of manufacturing&maching practicesAdvanced
Blueprint ReadingAdvanced
Verbal Communication Advanced
Written Communication Advanced Preferred

Catia ModelingAdvanced
3D Modeling Software to develop CAD modelsAdvanced
Behaviors Preferred

Detail Oriented: Capable of carrying out a given task with all details necessary to get the task done well

Team Player: Works well as a member of a group

Preferred:  Bachelors or better in Engineering.


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