San Diego, CA 92121 US
The Manufacturing Engineer is responsible for designing, implementing and reviewing the procedures and equipment involved in a low volume manufacturing process of data acquisition devices. The duties include researching automation techniques, testing new and existing products for efficiency.
- Evaluate quality control processes and make recommendations for improvements in quality control.
- Analyze production processes, schedules, methods, and other data. Provide management with reports containing the data and statistics to enable management to better understand future requirements needed for the manufacturing process.
- Evaluate product return process, diagnose, repairs, and root cause. Provide management with reports containing the data and statistics.
- Develop and test effective automated and manual systems. Create procedures.
- Design and install equipment such as test harnesses, jigs and test fixtures.
- Organize, manage, and document manufacturing workflows and resources.
- Resolve issues and delays in production. Produce and document ECOs.
- Find ways to reduce costs and maximize quality.
- Train staff in new and existing processes.
- Collaborate with other engineers, contractors, and suppliers.
- Ensure that manufacturing procedures follow ESD, safety and environmental regulations.
- Upgrade systems and processes with new firmware or technology
- Develop/optimize the manufacturing flow with scripting skills.
The ideal candidate will have the following:
- Previous experience as a electrical, manufacturing engineer or similar role.
- Knowledge of manufacturing standards (ISO and IPC), processes, Electronic PCB soldering, assembly and fabrication methods.
- Familiarity with manufacturing test equipment and quality assurance techniques
- Ability to create and maintain Linux scripts.
- Project management skills.
- Problem-solving ability.
- Experience in relevant software (e.g., CAD, VISIO, MS Office)
- Teamwork skills.
- Experience coordinating equipment maintenance and repair services and make sure that manufacturer’s procedures and instructions are followed to keep production equipment operational.
- A commitment to health and safety standards and environmental regulations.
- Ability to occasionally work late shifts.
- 5-15 years of manufacturing experience in electronic IT devices.
- Bachelor’s degree in manufacturing engineering or systems engineering preferred. Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, or Physics will also be considered Post-graduate degree is a plus.
- 100% covered Medical and Dental premiums for you & your dependents
- Generous 401(k) plan and contribution
- Events and weekly lunches
- Engaging wellness activities
- Corporate Social Responsibility Program
- So many more to list…