1800 Innovation Way Hartford, WI 53027 US
Position: Project Engineer
Location: Hartford, WI
Job Purpose and Reporting Structure:
Under the guidance of the Project Engineering Manager, the Project Engineer II will be at the forefront of managing projects from inception through production approval. This role involves overseeing tooling, fixtures, gauging, production routings, schedules, dimensional approval, costs, profitability, and maintaining strong customer relations.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
As a Project Engineer II, your contributions will be central to our success and growth. Your key responsibilities include:
- Safety First: Ensure compliance with all safety and health guidelines, quality standard practices, and housekeeping standards.
- Customer Focus: Prioritize customer satisfaction, timeliness, and exceptional quality.
- Innovative Projects: Develop and manage intermediate part number projects, including significant part redesigns, complex mold setups, challenging secondary operations, component sub-assemblies, and subcontract selection/support across multiple facilities.
- Advanced Markets: Manage projects in advance markets, such as automotive, aerospace, defense, and medical.
- Quality Champion: Support intermediate quality responsibilities for new part projects by creating customer quality documentation, identifying and resolving gaps/conflicts, and addressing customer complaints.
- Process Improvement: Independently develop, evaluate, and enhance manufacturing methods through new part sampling, manufacturing feedback, and customer feedback.
- Collaboration: Be an active member of the plant management team during operational review meetings with the executive team.
- Continuous Advancement: Participate in company advancement projects and contribute to the growth and success of the organization.
- Technical Expertise: Apply your investment casting knowledge to improve operational performance in Dip/Dewax, tooling design, melt, and heat treat.
- Efficient Manufacturing: Determine the process steps, tooling, gauging, materials, and supplies for cost-effective manufacturing while meeting or exceeding customer expectations for timing and quality.
- Influence and Leadership: Use your technical skills to influence process knowledge and collaborate with manufacturing teams and leadership during line down situations.
To excel in this role, you should meet the following requirements:
- A bachelor's degree in a technical engineering field from a four-year college or university and 3+ years of experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Prior experience with CAD is preferred.
If you are ready to drive innovation, lead challenging projects, and make a significant impact in the world of engineering, apply now to join our clients pioneering team! Your future begins here.