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. (This is a hybrid position)
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.
- 3-5 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.
CA Resident Employees receive 100% covered Medical and Dental premiums for you & your dependants
Generous 401(k) plan and contribution
Events and weekly lunches
Engaging wellness activities
Corporate Social Responsibility Program
So many more to list…
CliniComp complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act and considers reasonable accommodation measures that may be necessary for eligible applicants/employees to perform primary responsibilities. EEO/AA/M/F/Veteran/Disabled