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Lead Process Engineer

SUMMARY: Management Business Solutions is seeking a Lead Process Engineer for our client near the Bailey, NC area. This candidate must have experience working with in an aerospace manufacturing environment. The ideal candidate should be able to implement continuous improvement initiatives. RESPONSIBILITIES:   Determine and document the Manufacturing plans that cover the capital, methods, and/or manufacturing requirements that define short and long-term plans that allows cost targets to be met. Utilize engineering principles and tools to calculate and evaluate alternative tooling, manufacturing processes, and/or equipment Actively participate in tooling changeovers with technicians to understand the process and develop improvement techniques Perform process analysis, process improvement, scoping studies, front-end process design work, and/or collaborates on process designs with contractors and consultants. Lead Continuous Improvement initiatives and applies root-cause problem-solving techniques to improve product quality, to reduce costs and to minimize waste. Identify and resolve issues that impact data aspects through root cause analysis and corrective action management. QUALIFICATIONS:Bachelor of Science in Mechanical, Industrial, or Process Engineering required. 8 years of experience in a manufacturing environment required. 5 years of experience in an aerospace manufacturing environment required. Experience with PTFE compound mixing & extrusion required. Experience with Silicone extrusion required. Advanced degree in Chemical, Mechanical or Industrial Engineering preferred. MANAGEMENT BUSINESS SOLUTIONS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Salary Range: $90K - $100K
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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