Manufacturing Engineer- Machining

Our client, a global organization with long standing manufacturing roots in the US is in search of a Manufacturing Engineer-Machining to join their team. The position will be based out of their Alabama location. The individual in this role will be designing and implementing new or revised methods of manufacturing to reduce costs of operations; prepare cost estimates and routings for new processes and new products.


  • Analyze and specify new processes and equipment necessary to accommodate plant manufacture of all new and existing products.

  • Ensure the continued effectiveness of existing machine assets through equipment/ process maintenance and replacement suggestions.

  • Provide financial justification and timelines for implementation of new projects.

  • Validate process improvements through trials, analyze using measurement and statistical methods and ergonomic tables/design.

  • Hands on support as needed for development/ troubleshooting including machining trials and tool design at manufacturing location

  • Plan and organize projects to see that they are completed as scheduled.

  • Some travel to manufacturing locations and vendors to observe equipment or processes.

  • Provide personnel training in areas machine operation, maintenance, and safety.

  • Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering or Industrial and Systems Engineering plus 2-4 years manufacturing plant experience, in a CNC metal machining environment.

  • CNC programming experience, cutting tool selection is a must!

  • CAD experience Catia or SolidWorks is required.

  • PLC and robotics programming and troubleshooting experience is needed!

  • Proficiency with computer applications, Microsoft Office.

  • Proficiency with verbal and written technical communications is mandatory as well as strong interpersonal leadership skills required.

  • Must be able to separate needed facts from large amounts of data and opinion, and arrive at a logical solution option.

  • Desired characteristics: Integrity, problem solving skills, conscientious, innovative.

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