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Assoc Eng, Mfg Engrg

Pratt & Whitney


Location:
Jamestown, ND
Date:
08/18/2017
2017-08-182017-09-16
Job Code:
47635BR
Categories:
  • Mechanical Engineering - Applied Mechanics
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Assoc Eng, Mfg Engrg Description at United Technologies Corporation

Assoc Eng, Mfg Engrg

Business Unit UTC Aerospace Systems Job ID 47635BR Date posted 05/08/2017 City Jamestown State North Dakota Country United States
Position Overview:

Transform engineering drawings and specifications into manufacturing plans for product fabrication. Provide producibility input to design engineering during the product development phase as required. Optimize manufacturing methods and equipment used in part production. Provide technical assistance to all production departments to meet division objectives.
Continually improve quality and productivity for products and processes within cell/area. Provide technical support for safety and ergonomics within the area. Works proactively in addressing potential issues and applies real-time problem solving skills when working towards resolution. At this level, a moderate amount of supervision is required.

Primary Responsibilities:
Responsible for the as-manufactured product configuration for assigned product lines.
Troubleshoot and prepare repair planning for electronic and electromechanical assemblies as required.
Assist Engineering Test Technicians with troubleshooting, maintenance, and software revision of test equipment.
Create and maintain bill of materials, routings, and various forms of illustrated planning to be used on the shop floor to produce quality parts. Initiate the necessary planning required for NC programming, tooling, and fixturing to produce subject parts.
Evaluate, prepare, and follow-up on manufacturing processes used to fabricate detail parts or assemblies. This includes detail method instructions and time standards required to manufacture products from start to completion.
Participate in continuous improvement events in areas of responsibility.
Implement and support cost savings by continuous trade studies and manufacturing improvement plans.
Estimate cost and schedule impact for new products or changes in mature products.
Assist in producibility and method engineering studies to determine the optimum economical method of producing parts on current and new business programs.
Qualifications General computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office software such as Excel and Word. Experience in CAD software preferred. Must be able to read and interpret engineering drawings and specifications. Strong organizational skills and ability to work with minimal supervision are required.

Minimum 0-2 yrs. Experience in a manufacturing setting is required.
BS degree in Electrical Engineering preferred. Manufacturing, Industrial, or Mechanical Engineering considered based on experience with electronics / electromechanical assemblies.
Education BS degree in Electrical Engineering preferred. Manufacturing, Industrial, or Mechanical Engineering considered based on experience with electronics / electromechanical assemblies.

EEO/AAP Statement
United Technologies Corporation is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

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Pratt & Whitney is a recognized leading producer of the world's most advanced jet engines. This is your opportunity to join a company steeped in history yet focused on the future by developing engines that provide step-change improvements for the next generation of commercial aircraft and fifth generation military aircraft. Pratt & Whitney, a pioneer in flight and technology, is part of the United Technologies Corporation (UTC) family. UTC is a Fortune 50 company located in over 4,800 locations in approximately 80 countries with $65.2 billion in revenues in 2014.

 

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