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Manufacturing Engineer


Shoreview, MN, US, 55126

Job Summary

The Manufacturing Engineer  provides higher level new product development (NPD) project and value stream support for all product launches. They will identify, analyze, create, and implement effective manufacturing and business processes and procedures.  Also plans and performs engineering duties for parts of a major project.  Duties and responsibilities are moderate in complexity. 


Job Responsibilities

  1. Serve as a member of a new product development team.  Included in this area are structuring bills of materials, routings, material masters, and production documentation.
  2. Evaluate manufacturability and serviceability of engineering designs to ensure compliance with good manufacturing practices, quality standards, and customer needs.
  3. Interface with ERP System (SAP) to prepare new and revise existing manufacturing documents, drawings, and Bills of Materials used to manufacture and test instruments.
  4. Write Engineering Change Orders to process changes to manufacturing documents, drawings, and Bills of Materials.  Work proactively to find and eliminate waste and increase productivity.
  5. Investigate and resolve supplier quality problems and customer complaints.
  6. Respond to corrective actions and feedback that relates to the production floor to solve customer needs.
  7. Lead structured problem solving (A3 / 8-D) teams and Kaizen events.
  8. With limited guidance, perform complex analysis on data sets.
  9. Train manufacturing staff, team leaders, and peers on changes to manufacturing or business processes in assigned area.
  10. Participate on cross-functional teams that require coordinating with staff from continuation engineering, quality, production control, inventory, and purchasing.
  11. May be assigned to lead small projects or parts of a larger project.
  12. Maintain best practices on the manufacturing floor including Lean Manufacturing, 5S, and Point of Use inventory.
  13. Use established policies and procedures to complete work assignments.
  14. Develop technical understanding of assigned products and associated calibration systems.
  15. Follow all safety guidelines and report unsafe conditions to supervisor or safety committee member.
  16. Complete other assignments as requested.


Job Requirements


  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering (mechanical, electrical, manufacturing, industrial) or related discipline



  • Minimum of 3 years manufacturing engineering experience


Knowledge of:

  • Lean manufacturing principals, 5S, Demand Flow, Quality Systems or related
  • Manufacturing systems, manufacturing engineering concepts and procedures
  • Design, testing and troubleshooting techniques
  • Principles of statistical process control or other quality system tools

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