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Manufacturing Engineer


Position: Manufacturing Engineer

Job Code: AS20190730-109762

Location: Cincinnati, Ohio (Batavia)

Our Cincinnati division, Fuzing and Ordnance, is seeking a Manufacturing Engineer.
As a member of L3 FOS, your primary focus would be to support strategic programs essential to maintaining U.S. Armed Forces' readiness.  The successful Manufacturing Engineer will contribute as a member of a project design team, providing technical expertise and guidance in product design and process development. Activities include development of production processes, procedures, and layouts for mechanical, electronic, and electro-mechanical assemblies. Manufacturing Engineers also support production through operator training, process issue resolution, and monitoring and evaluating existing operations for opportunities to improve efficiency, first pass yield, and scrap rates.
The ideal candidate will be required to:
  • Analyze engineering design documents and develop the methods, processes, tools, jigs, fixtures, etc. required to fabricate the specified product
  • Develop and prepare work instructions, control plans, Process Failure Mode Effects Analyses (PFMEAs) and process validation plans
  • Lead the set-up and validation of new production lines
  • Analyze manufacturing production problems and implement corrective actions involving designs, materials and processes
  • Provide technical expertise and support related to manufacturing
  • Incorporate new methods and processes to improve existing operations
  • Review product designs for manufacturability and completeness
  • Train production personnel in new or existing operations
  • Interface with equipment vendors and specify equipment through writing Statement of Requirements documents
  • Prepare capital equipment requests
  • Design layout of equipment and workspaces
  • Prepare reports and white papers summarizing information or trends related to manufacturing performance
  • Conduct capacity analyses, capability studies and gage repeatability and reproducibility studies
  • Actively participate in Failure Review Board (FRB) investigations
  • Prepare tooling cost and engineering labor estimates for proposal responses


    • Bachelor's degree in an Engineering discipline
    • 4 years of work experience related to the fabrication or assembly of close tolerance mechanical, electronic or electro-mechanical piece parts
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office (Word, Outlook and Excel)
    • Able to obtain Secret level clearance
      Preferred Qualifications
      • Bachelor's degree in Manufacturing or Mechanical Engineering
      • Experience in the Defense or Aerospace industry
      • Experience with pressing, staking, riveting, swaging, potting, electronics soldering, conformal coating, packaging, X-ray inspection, laser welding, robotics and control systems
      • Experience with ANSI J-STD-001, AS9100 and ANSI Y14.5
      • Experience with Solid Edge and Minitab


    Posted: 2020-05-18 Expires: 2020-06-17

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