Full-Time & On-Site
Emmett, ID 83617, USA
The objective of the Manufacturing Engineer is to create and support efficient manufacturing lines and production systems. The Manufacturing Engineer improves, designs, and builds workstations for future product development.
At Wasco, words matter. There is a reason we have “team members” and not employees. When you are part of a team, it’s important to know not only what you are working towards but also why you are working. An employee has a job and works for a boss. A team member has a role and works towards a purpose. We use what we have, communicate, collaborate, and cooperate. We don’t quit when we hit an obstacle because we believe progress happens one step at a time. The Wasco team is like a family, we respect, encourage and support each other, in good times and hard times.
Minimum Education Requirement: Bachelor of Science in Manufacturing Engineering or equivalent.
Must be authorized to work in the United States without company sponsorship.
Minimum Experience Requirement: 5+ years of related experience.
Must have the ability to communicate with the trainer, read, understand, and speak English.
Must be available to work in the building on regular schedule (Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm).
Design, document, assemble, qualify and introduce production assembly/test/inspection fixtures and equipment.
Take ownership of new products during pilot production phase through successful and sustained product launch. This includes driving new product introduction schedules, resolving manufacturability issues, and driving improvements in cost and efficiency.
Provide product and process DFM (Design for Manufacturing) input to enhance manufacturability and product cost.
Create an efficient manufacturing assembly line, specifying and/or refining BOMs, workflow processes, and detailed work instructions.
Design and create production equipment, fixtures, and tests as needed to build the production line either internally or as needed at suppliers.
Provide training and support to production technicians.
Provide technical support analyzing and/or performing failure analysis for discrepant production components, assemblies and field returns.
Lead/participate in improvement initiatives focused on material cost reduction, capacity enhancement, and streamlining of the supply chain.
Support, maintain, improve, modify and further develop the manufacturing line as needed for sustaining production.
Driving manufacturing process and understanding industry specifications.
Collaborating with team to implement operating procedures, resolve system malfunctions, and provide technical information.
Develop and maintain maintenance schedules and procedures for production equipment and machinery.
Repair equipment as needed.
Develop, prioritize and maintain a project list for manufacturing engineering.
Perform any other duties as assigned.
Understand and demonstrate Wasco Core Values.
Skills & Abilities
Compensation: $29-39/hr DOE
Benefits: paid time off, health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, 401(k)