Manufacturing Engineer

Company Name:
Komatsu Forklift USA, Inc.
External Job Title: Manufacturing Engineer
Interest Category: Manufacturing
Position Type: Full Time
Country: United States
State: South Carolina
City: Newberry
Shift: First/Day Shift
Description: Manage capital plan projects and recommend tooling, equipment and system purchases to support new model introductions for Wheel Loaders and Fork Lifts and continuous improvements for current models. Organize and control tooling and equipment purchases to improve methods and process flow for existing models and/or new models including designing small jigs and fixtures for improvements. Review manufacturing routings to coordinate manufacturing flow and report proper costing and coordinate introduction of Engineering Change Notices. Develop manpower requirements in all areas of the manufacturing to support changing production volumes and assist with proper manning levels. Standardization and continuous improvement of the Fabrication area from inbound kit design and specification to post paint procedures. Ensure sub-assembly and main line stations are balanced operations and standard times are reviewed for accuracy. Maintain an up-to-date layout of all areas of the property as required, including support of Maintenance.
Qualifications: Bachelors Degree in Industrial, Methods, or Mechanical Engineering and 3 to 5 years experience in construction/heavy truck/equipment methods manufacturing, tool design, and related activities. Knowledge of Wheel Loaders and Fork Lifts preferred. Proficient with computer applications (Excel, Word, etc). AUTOCAD, Pro-E/Creo, 2-D and 3-D experience. Experience in fabrication, welding, machining, and paint preferred. Experience in assembly of large equipment on moving lines, including tooling, materials presentation, standards, and line balance. Good verbal and written communication skills. Ability to simultaneously work on many projects is required. May sit for long periods of time. Some standing, stooping, reaching, kneeling, pushing and pulling. Must comply with all environmental and safety rules, and practices. Must project a cooperative and positive attitude toward customers, employees and the
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