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Mechanical Engineer in Elk Grove, CA at Volt

Date Posted: 12/4/2018

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Job Description

Entry Level Engineers needed in Elk Grove, CA!



Must have Master of Science in Mechanical, Electrical or Industrial Engineering (or similar engineering discipline).

  • Working Knowledge in Manufacturing Processes Validations, Equipment Inspection, root cause analysis and statistical process control principles,
  • Designing fixtures/Jigs using professional designing software (Desirable)
  • Working Knowledge in DOE Design of Experiments and NPI New Product Introductions (Desirable)
  • Familiar with OSHA and ESD requirements (Desirable)

Position Overview:  This is a non-supervisory position with responsibilities to oversee, monitor, organize and implement overall Production Operations.  This is a hands-on and active role, ME shall utilize his skills and knowledge to direct and coordinate the operations and activities of the physical plant maintenance for production line jigs/fixtures to assure that all are calibrated, safe and in good functional condition. Control jigs/fixtures condition, movement & transfer within facilities

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Duties Include the followings (other duties may be assigned or removed upon requirement):
  • Identify unsafe operations and practices and report the same to Manager immediately.
  • Provide engineering support for production and maintenance activities to ensure maximum production.
  • Perform engineering analysis to reduce downtime and outages.
  • Evaluate current production activities and make recommendations for improvements.
  • Implement cost reduction initiatives while maintaining high quality standards.
  • Develop operating instructions and equipment specifications for production activities.
  • Provides training and guidance to team members to accomplish production goals.
  • Stay current with product specifications, engineering technology and production processes.
  • Develop best practices to improve production capacity, quality and reliability.
  • Maintain all ME related stations and tools regularly
  • Place new tools and jigs on production lines on time
  • Repair the bad tools or jigs from production lines and return ASAP
  • Report tools and jigs failure analysis and solution
  • Make up purchase plan about tools and jigs spare parts.
  • Always keep the work in safety condition and follow the safety rules.
  • Assess machinery compliance with UL safety standards and upgrade machinery as required
  • Comply with company and customer safety guidelines, regulations, policies and procedures.
  • ME should be able to work all shifts flexibly when job demands.