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Senior Manufacturing Engineer 6179

Company Name:
IMS - International Management Systems
Our Client needs a Senior Manufacturing Engineer for a Full Time position near West Lafayette, IN.
Those authorized to work in the US without sponsorship will be considered. Client is not able to sponsor at this time.
RESPONSIBILITIES:
Support daily production as well as cost reduction initiatives using the tools of Lean Production and Six Sigma.
PRIMARY DUTIES:
Maintain process flow by coordinating with planners and assigning daily jobs accordingly.
Proved assistance and specific instruction as needed.
Assess and provide probable solutions to production related issues and concerns.
Make equipment upgrades and improvements that apply principles of lean production.
Coordinate machine repair and maintenance requirements.
Act as a coach and facilitator when personnel issues arise.
Facilitate improvement projects.
Conduct Lean Production Workshops.
Complete Six Sigma/Cost Reduction projects.
Active on improvement teams.
Provide support in improvement activities.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
Required knowledge of assembly processes, skilled trades, quality engineering, and lean production. Excellent computer skills. General knowledge of hydraulic systems and test equipment.
Needed-Experience in the implementation of Lean Production.
Desirable-Six Sigma greenbelt status.
Proven ability to facilitate change and knowledge of lean tools.
Knowledge of CNC - Fanuc machine programming. Must understand and use G &M codes and macro programs and variables.
General understanding of manufacturing processes and thorough knowledge of tooling/programming.
Experience with ID grinding, OD plunge form grinding, and centerless grinding processes and machinery.
Experience with conventional and CBN abrasives and their applications.
High level of mechanical aptitude and desire to work in a hands on manufacturing environment
CANDIDATE MUST HAVE:
Bachelors Degree (Engineering), 5+ years
If qualified and interested in this position, please respond to JO#6179 with current resume and salary requirements.

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