Manufacturing Engineer (15-01307)
Details: GTA is unable to hire candidates that require H1-B visas to work in the U.S. If you require an H1-B, please don’t apply. We have some clients that will consider new graduates with newly issued OPT’s, so you can apply if your OPT has at least one year left prior to expiration. Title: Manufacturing Engineer (15-01307) Location: Royal Oak, Michigan Base Compensation: $55K to 65K Type of hire: Direct Position Responsibilities: AutoCAD experience. Technical responsibility for a broad range of assembly and subassembly operations. Interface with Product Engineering during development of new products assuring the manufacturability, safety, quality and cost effectiveness. Define manufacturing assembly and test processes in accordance with volume forecast as well as define methods and work stations. Determine the processing options available to produce assemblies. Perform technical evaluation of viable process I equipment options including Process Flow, Process Capability, PFMEA, and fail-safing. Selects process / equipment options that satisfy quality / cost / capacity / product flexibility objectives. Solve operating problems by using root cause / corrective action techniques. Formulate continuous improvement projects to improve quality and cost performance. Interface with internal and external supplier providing specifications, drawings, sketches and any other information required to design and build equipment, machines, tools and jigs. Develop layouts of processes and/or assembly lines. Line balancing and definition of Client requirements. Implement new products into production, build methodized workstations, debug, qualify and verify production outputs. Position Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering Propellant Processing/Mechanical Assembly Techniques Tooling/fixture design Project management (Planning, organizing, charting & control Process Capability Evaluation/Statistical Process Control Analytical multi-factor decision-making Capital equipment acquisition Vendor evaluation Problem solving Training Technical writing Process Failure Mode and Effect Analysis Cost Analysis. GTA QUESTIONS: Please acknowledge that you understand that your answers to the following questionnaire will be part of your submittal to our client, and that you will answer each question as thoroughly and professionally as possible. 1. Please describe your experience as a manufacturing engineer. How many years of experience do you have? 2. What were some of your responsibilities? What were some of your successes? 3. Please explain your experience with AutoCAD 4. Please provide details of any specific achievement(s) that you would like to highlight from your career that would make you a great fit for this position. 5. What is the highest level of education you have completed? Which field of study is this degree in and from which university did you graduate? 6. Are you currently working? If not, when was your last day of employment? 7. Can you please list why you left or why you are looking to leave your most recent employer? 8. Can you list why you left each of your past employers, please? 9. Do you have any gaps in your employment longer than 3 months? If so can you explain these gaps? 10.What is your current / last salary? 11.What is your “acceptable” and “ideal” base compensation for this position? We would like to make sure we don’t price you out of consideration, but you know what the numbers are that you need (Please Do Not put negotiable) 12.When would you be available to interview and start this position, if selected? 13.If you currently do not live near the job location and the commute is too far for you, are you willing and able to relocate at your own expense? 14.Are you able to work in the U.S. without need for a Visa, other than a TN Visa for Canadian citizens? Thank you very much in advance for submitting your resume. If you are submitting your resume on our website, there is a section marked “Cover Letter”. Please add your answers to our candidate pre-screening questions in this section when you apply. You will find the pre-screening questions at the bottom of the job description. If you apply on line to a customer, your name gets logged into their computer system and then when we submit you, it comes back to us rejected as a duplicate – and there is no guarantee that your online submittal gets reviewed in a timely manner – or at all. It is simply a function of how many human and software resources they have or don’t have to review hundreds of online submittals. That is why firms engage outside staffing suppliers such as GTA in order to help them through the maze of applicants. Stick with GTA and we will get your resume in front of those who can decide. That would include the HR or Recruiting Manager – and more importantly, the hiring manager. We will get back to you as soon as the customer provides feedback. Thank you for choosing GTA as your job search partner.Apply for this job.