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Exempt - Mechanical Engineer
Project locations will range from Winston Salem, NC, Newton NC and Hickory North Carolina. Hours of work/work schedule/flex-time:
40 hrs (overtime expected). Due to the project timing; overtime and periodic off-hours coverage may be necessary to successfully complete the workload and interact with other team personnel.
Scope of Position:
This position is in the Engineering Project and is focused on capacity additions and the associated line installations and debug from a mechanical perspective.
Lead and/or participate on manufacturing engineering projects and support teams for the purposes of capacity installations, equipment debug, and preparing line/associated parts for Operations Receivership.
As a supporting team member, provide mechanical discipline to proactively identify technical problems through root cause understanding coupled with robust industrialized solutions relative to line debug and installs.
Leverage knowledge of mechanical engineering, machining and designing processes to improve performance of equipment/manufacturing process.
Supports or leads new equipment/process introductions, and opportunities for improvement.
Supports the development and execution of project plans to deliver timely error-free mechanical support for multi-line equipment installations
Experienced with working alongside vendors and suppliers to resolve technical issues to project scope, timing, and cost metrics.
Ability to work across various functional groups on a daily basis to accomplish goals
Day to Day Responsibilities:
Maintain safe work practices, inform others of hazardous conditions or personal practices as expressed on the project team.
Design and implement mechanical solutions and process changes to improve the capability of manufacturing equipment.
Manage activities to meet milestones and timeline objectives for successful capacity adds.
Solve mechanical and process issues through data analysis, experience, and collaboration with subject matter experts
Manage spare part identification and storeroom entry as recommended by suppliers or peer engineers; noting available spares within (2)-plant footprint.
Develop and update engineering and operations documentation
Support training for operations workforce regarding equipment or operations changes
BS in Mechanical Engineering
Required Years and Area of Experience:
3-5 years experience in new equipment installations in a manufacturing environment. Start-up experiences a plus
Experience with new equipment installations and project expansions
Experience in a fast-paced changing environment with multiple priorities
Ability to learn new technology and processes quickly
Creative/innovative problem solving
Strong technical fundamentals with mechanical engineering skills
Proficient with CAD and Inventor/Solidworks,
Experience with equipment design
Ability to multitask and prioritize work on an independent basis in a fast-paced project install manufacturing environment
Strong communication and presentation skills
Ability to work effectively on all levels of an organization
Project leadership/management experience (including milestone management and financial ownership)
Experience in vendor/supplier management on-site/off-site
Mechanical equipment and systems interactions
Proficient with PC software including Microsoft Office Suite
Detail oriented and able to perform with limited supervision.
Ability to work and effectively collaborate within a team
Ability to allocate/supervise resources to accomplish aggressive project milestones and timelines within specifications and costs.
Able to shift tasks quickly
Able to prioritize and multitask
Communicate effectively both verbal and written
About us: DivIHN, the 'IT Asset Performance Services' organization, provides Professional Consulting, Custom Projects, and Professional Resource Augmentation services to clients in the Mid-West and beyond. The strategic characteristics of the organization are Standardization, Specialization, and Collaboration.
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