Manufacturing Engineer

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PEAK' s client designs and manufactures power converters for Commercial, Military, and Marine Industries.

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Drives design, implementation, and optimization of plant layout including fabrication, assembly, and stockrooms.
  • Implements Lean processes, including via value stream mapping, theory of constraints, and daily metric management.
  • Improves customer DPPM and internal RTY via Six Sigma practices, including, but not limited to FMEA' s and Rapid Problem Solving.
  • Knowledge of QRQC a plus.
  • Leads the design, implementation and optimization of manufacturing processes.
  • Develops optimal process routing for new assemblies.
  • Leads from the front and sets the highest standard of excellence.
  • Expertise at ISO9001 all relevant quality standards and certifications.
  • Supports compliance with Safety Management.

  • Track record of success applying 5S Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma best practices.
  • 5 + years of Process Engineering experience in electrical / electromechanical environment.
  • Demonstrated ability to set and achieve stretch goals quickly, while possessing strong people skills centered on supporting each employee.
  • Six Sigma Black Belt preferred.
  • Lean Manufacturing certification required.
  • Bachelor of Science in Engineering or more advanced Engineering degree from a leading engineering school.
  • Strong computer skills including CAD, Microsoft Excel, and all needed software packages.
  • Bilingual highly preferred.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.

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