Engineer – Manufacturing


JOB REQUIREMENTS: Overview This position is onsite at the Corporate
Headquarters located in Kenosha, WI. Who we are: People know Snap-on for
the quality of our products, but we know that it is the passion and
character of our people that make our company a global leader. With our
diverse talents and deep pride in the Snap-on family of brands, we drive
innovation and create value. We work hard together. We grow together. We
are one Snap-on team. The Manufacturing Engineer is responsible for
providing manufacturing support through various manufacturing
engineering disciplines to ensure products are produced in accordance
with proper processes, methods and routings all while ensuring quality,
cost efficiency and conformance with safety & regulatory standards. The
Manufacturing Engineer designs, implements and revises methods of
manufacturing, production process sequences, machines and the tooling
that provide manufacturing solutions. The Manufacturing Engineer also
prepare cost estimates and routings for new products and processes.
Responsibilities Evaluate both new and existing tool designs. Develop
detailed layouts for the appropriate equipment, processes and workflow
necessary to accommodate plant manufacture of select product.
Manage/maintain item setup documentation, item life cycle reporting,
BOMs, and routings. Estimate item cost and lead times and provide
manufacturing quotes. Coordinate production planning with Purchasing,
Planning, Engineering and Operations departments. Establish/setup new
suppliers/subcontractors required for outsourcing and maintain
established supplier relationships. Provide technical support by
investigating & troubleshooting; perform root cause investigations and
implement steps for resolution of production related engineering issues.
Ensure the continued effectiveness of existing production equipment
assets by implementing and maintaining a Total Productive Maintenance
(TPM) Program. Research new manufacturing technology and equipment &
identify areas that could benefit from its implementation. Analyze and
validate solutions using measurement and statistical methods. Provide
financial justification and time lines of improvement projects. Plan and
organize efficiently to see that they are completed as scheduled.
Initiate and maintain an active continuous improvement project docket
and oversee kaizen workshops & new equipment setup, including process
development & documentation and personnel training in operation,
maintenance and safety. Assist with the development and maintenance of a
manufacturing quality management system. Qualifications BS in
Manufacturing Engineering or Industrial Engineering Minimum of 5 years
as Manufacturing Engineer within a metal machining environment Must have
high level of technical expertise and extensive knowledge of blueprint
interpretation (including GD&T), CAD modeling (Catia or SolidWorks),
manufacturing processes, production equipment capabilities, CNC (CAM)
programming & troubleshooting, tooling selection, fixturing, estimating
and costing Experience with capital appropriation evaluations and
analysis Six Sigma Green Belt (knowledge of Lean manufacturing
techniques) Maintain high levels of manufacturing and product quality
Strong interpersonal and leadership skills Proficient in verbal and
written technical communication Must have effective problem-solving
skills, and ability to separate needed facts from large amounts of data
and opinion in order to implement logical solutions Takes initiative and
works effectively with minimal direction Proficient with mathematical
principles and experience in statistical analysis techniques Desired
characteristics: Integrity, conscientious, analytical, and innovative
Proficient with computer applications, APPLICATION