Manufacturing Engineer

Job Number:
5153 DS
Salary is Negotiable
Not Specified
Dave Sevel
P: 216-455-1432
(800) 338-1257

Manufacturing Engineer


Develops and implements optimal, cost-effective manufacturing processes and methods in accordance with customer specifications and quality standards. Recommend and implement improvements to production processes, methods and controls.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  • Develops processes that meet safety regulations.
  • Applies sound engineering judgment to problems, which may include moderate complexity and conflicting design objectives or difficult materials.
  • Plans, schedules and coordinates projects of moderate scope.
  • Adapt and devise new approaches to difficult problems from standard or known techniques.
  • Estimates schedules, staffing needs, project cost and budget.
  • Responsible for equipment design, development and procurement. Tests materials and prepares specifications.
  • Represents company on technical issues and requirements to the customer. Adapt and devise new approaches to difficult problems from standard or known techniques.
  • Makes independent decisions on work.
  • Assumes technical ownership for assigned products and projects.
  • Prepare and maintain detailed layouts of processes and related equipment
  • Coordinate launches of new processes including establishing goals, training team members and evaluating results.
  • Confer with management and other staff regarding manufacturing capabilities, production schedules and other considerations to facilitate production.
  • Supports on-going production to assure on-time delivery and company profitability.



Manufacturing Engineer


  •  Degree Preferred
  • 5+ years’ experience required



Areas of proficiency desired:

  • Advanced CNC programming for production processes
  • Gear manufacturing (cutting, grinding, and forming processes)
  • Production grinding processes (OD and ID cylindrical, in-feed and through-feed centerless, surface, and rotary)
  • Factory automation (PLC’s and robots)
  • Other manufacturing processes (honing, burnishing, polishing, assembly, and washing processes)
  • Metals, coatings, plating, and heat treatment
  • Fixture design
  • Cutting tool design
  • CAD (Solidworks or other 3D CAD programs)
  • Lean manufacturing
  • GD&T application and measurement
  • Inspection equipment (CMM, profile, surface finish, cylindricity, and others)
  • Gear specifications and inspection processes
  • Function and design of hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical systems


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