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Location: Corinth, MS, United States
Date Posted: Dec 23, 2019
Caterpillar takes a system view of the life of our products. We design and manufacture them for multiple lives, our dealers support and service them to maximize their value to the customer, and we remanufacture them at the end of their serviceable life to deliver the next generation of value. Our industry leading engineering and manufacturing expertise, large field population and world class dealer organization make this possible. This total life cycle approach allows us to provide sustainable solutions that help our customers build a better world.
Caterpillar Oil, Gas & Marine Division currently has an opening for a Manufacturing Engineer supporting Remanufactured engines located at the Corinth, Mississippi Facility. In this role, you will have an opportunity to provide the technical expertise necessary to design, develop, and implement manufacturing systems and processes, consisting of complex manufacturing operations and sophisticated manufacturing machines.
Developing, analyzing, and managing Manufacturing/Assembly Projects
Maintaining individual capital forecast
Working with multiple departments to ensure material flow, material availability, tooling and quality processes are implemented for successful NPI and engineering change management
Training new processors and developing training programs and documentation for Processors and Assemblers
Developing and documenting Manufacturing Engineering processes for training and development of Manufacturing Engineers and Engineering Techs
Engaging in creative problem solving to address operational issues including: ergonomic/safety, efficiency improvements, process bottlenecks, quality concerts
Working with internal and external suppliers to develop and manage projects to ensure efficient and cost-effective systems and processes to produce quality products
Designing, developing and implementing the integration of manufacturing systems such as scheduling, work order creation, process routings and documentation, and tooling control systems
Providing manufacturing technical support in process control and internal certification
Coordinating the purchase and application of machine tools, controls, and related equipment corporate wide to ensure the latest technology is being used to increase efficiency and economy of operations
Research and understand manufacturing best practices related to assembly operations such as torque strategy, in process validation, tooling controls and component traceability
Designing complex or intricate jigs and fixtures
Designing lifting devices and assembly aids
Manage manufacturing floor layout to maximize efficiency and flow
Providing technical support, machine integration, and programming changes to PLC Logic Controllers, Torque Equipment, Manufacturing systems (PinPoint), Assembly, and Test equipment
Supporting Engineering Change processes, Warranty reduction, and Continuous Improvement initiatives to improve Safety, Quality, Velocity, and Cost metrics.
Supporting Maintenance, Contractors, and Suppliers with Troubleshooting, Repair, and Programming Changes to machines and tooling
Developing, Procuring, and Validating implementation of new machines and tooling
Lead Safety, Quality and System Improvement projects
Create and update standard work, safe operating procedures, control plans and S/FMEA documentation
Support capacity planning and manpower utilization initiatives
Minimum 2 years of related work experience in manufacturing processes
University or technical degree in a manufacturing engineering-related discipline OR 10 year of manufacturing experience
Awareness of manufacturing concepts (Lean Manufacturing, 6-Sigma, Quality Management Systems, Tooling Controls, etc.)
Thorough experience with Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.)
Top Candidates will also have:
Expertise in learning and managing new computer systems (PinPoint, QAD, SAP, etc.)
Experience with CAD Software (AutoCAD, PTC Creo, Solidworks, etc.)
Experience with reading and interpreting engineering Bill of Materials (BOM)
Experience with designing requirements and managing implementation of capital assets
Familiar with company policies and procedures with a strong department background
Able to build strong relationships with various stakeholders at all levels
Thorough knowledge of Engine design
Background in DMAIC Lean Principles
Thorough knowledge of manufacturing concepts
Capital Equipment and
Assembly tooling integration project experience
Good written and oral communication skills
Caterpillar is not currently hiring individuals for this position who now or in the future require sponsorship for employment visa status; however, as a global company, Caterpillar offers many job opportunities outside of the U.S. which can be found through our employment website at www.caterpillar.com/careers.
EEO/AA Employer. All qualified individuals -
including minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities - are
encouraged to apply.
Relocation assistance will be offered for this position.