Manufacturing Engineer Aerospace

Job Description


Review process planning and manufacturing instructions with machinists and operators on the manufacturing floor. This includes sketch sheets for high speed spur gears, bevel gears and shafts, as well as ancillary functions like deburr, sand blast, part marking, etc.

Investigating root cause of rejections that occur during the manufacturing and assembly of precision rotating parts and other components

Determining possible corrective actions to resolve the problem and eliminate repeat occurrences

The Manufacturing Engineer will have the authority to make decisions on and implement appropriate corrective / preventative action.

This employee shall also be required to perform other tasks on occasion including but not limited to auditing processes, manufacturing support, inspecting hardware, travel, and participate in continuous improvement activities.

This employee will be part of changing a facility to the most modern techniques of manufacturing including IoT, advanced data acquisition and variable analysis. Must have ability to work with all types of people and process to help manage the change.


Bachelors of Science in Manufacturing Engineering or 5 years' experience

 3yrs manufacturing and process planning experience with carburized precision rotating parts

Strong analytical skills

Experience in Implementation of IoT and other forms of digital manufacturing a plus.

Cloud based data storage and analysis knowledge a plus

Familiarity with basic precision measuring tools

Working knowledge of GD&T

Basic Computer Skills: proficient with Microsoft Word & Excel etc.

Capable of effectively reading blueprints and specifications

Three years 3D modeling experience. Preferably with Pro Engineer/Creo a plus

Familiarity with aerospace standards and FAA regulations a plus

Gear, 4 and 5 Axis Housing manufacturing and process planning experience a plus

Company Description
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