Manufacturing Engineer – Part Family
Country:United States of America
Location:PW103: Columbus GA 8801 Macon Road, PO Box 9903, Columbus, GA, 31908 USA
Columbus Forge Disks, a recognized leader in producing disks for the aerospace propulsion market, is looking for dedicated individuals to support our organization. If you would like to work in a dynamic environment and possess the motivation to incorporate new ideas into practice, this may be the opportunity you've been waiting for.
This position is part of Columbus Forge Disks talent growth strategy to maintain our competitive advantage in the disk industry.
- Responsible for all aspects of part maturation from raw material to end use.
- Develop and implement plans that are in line with the business strategy to further our world class technology portfolio.
- Provide operational engineering support to develop technologies and processes which support the growth curve and cost reduction targets.
- Leverage manufacturing innovations to improve cost, delivery, and quality of aerospace disk forgings Assist with problem solving during manufacturing related investigation.
- Own relentless RCCA for correcting non-conformance in the part families.
- Perform DIVES.
- Implement and monitor corrective actions Monitor and report on the health of a part family.
- Monitoring the non-conformances and how the part ‘runs’ compared to ‘standard’ times.
- Look for areas to optimize, automate and trim waste.
- Maintain work instructions.
- Support operational excellence using statistical analysis for process control and certification
- Lead the ACE journey to continuously improve the quality and exceed customer’s expectations.
- Develop disk process using statistical methods that meet or exceed the business objective for process control.
- Demonstrate commitment to the EH&S program by complying with all policies and procedures
- Periodic travel required (<10%)
- Processing knowledge of super alloys a plus
- Possess good people and communication skills
- Good organizational skills with project management experience
- Statistical Process Control required DMAIC, Process Certification, UPPAP, Six Sigma a plus Ability to work with CAD tools, and create engineering blue prints SAP experience a plus Understanding of Lean Manufacturing principles, experience with Kaizen events or experience with a continuous improvement program (ACE, 6S, etc.)
BS Degree in Engineering, Materials, Manufacturing, or technically related field
2-7+ years of experience with a Bachelor's degree or 0-5+ years of experience with a Master’s Degree
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