Performace Improvement Engineer-IE - Hartford, Connecticut United States - 22614



JOB DESCRIPTION

Job #: 22614
Title: Performace Improvement Engineer-IE
Job Location: Hartford, Connecticut - United States
Employment Type:
Salary: $80,000.00 - $100,000.00 - US Dollars - Yearly
Employer Will Recruit From: Nationwide
Relocation Paid?: Yes

WHY IS THIS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY?


5-7 Yr Industrial Engineer.MUST be US Citizen.ITAR Facility.MUST have Continous Improvement experience in Aerospace or High Tech Mfg. Develop and implement standard work processes.  Use and maintain knowledge of various forms and tools to support continuous improvements efforts such as observation sheets, spaghetti charts, standard work combination sheets, Kaizen newspaper and target progress reports.  Support and/or consult with functional staff members performing assessments on proposed processes. Assist with/conduct employee training on topics addressing performance improvement.  Identify problem areas and issues.  Recommend corrective action and provide resolution.Cost Reports,Performance Reports,Completion Reports,Trend Reports.Capital Equip Justification.

JOB DESCRIPTION

EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE: 

Broad knowledge of a general technical field such as industrial engineering, or cost estimating.  Strong working knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet and presentation application software as well as familiarity with MRP systems. Must be fluent in continuous improvement techniques as they relate to Industrial Engineering and possess fluent oral and written communication skills.  Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering or related field.  5 to 7 years of experience in an aerospace or high technology manufacturing environment with at least 3 years of continuous improvement background/exposure including facilitation skills to lead groups or teams.

 

DUTIES:

Work under the general direction of the Director of Operations and is responsible for supporting manpower planning, productivity reporting, labor hour inputs for proposals, and make/buy analysis. Additionally this position will support continuous improvement initiatives and other Fuzing locations if required.  Support initiatives in a matrix organization from the factory floor to the highest administrative levels.  Implement improvements using Industrial and continuous improvement tools.  Is also responsible to assist in preparing price cost estimating tasks under administrative guidance from the Director or Operations.  Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

 

Participate in scheduled and informal improvement events.  Assist in implementation of continuous improvement methods in factory and administrative functional areas.  Develop and implement standard work processes.  Use and maintain knowledge of various forms and tools to support continuous improvements efforts such as observation sheets, spaghetti charts, standard work combination sheets, Kaizen newspaper and target progress reports.  Support and/or consult with functional staff members performing assessments on proposed processes. Assist with/conduct employee training on topics addressing performance improvement.  Identify problem areas and issues.  Recommend corrective action and provide resolution.

 

Assist with developing and maintaining labor standards.  Assist with maintaining standards in company IIS system and current work center directory.  Assist in providing visibility to management, including but not limited to:  cost reports, performance reports, estimates at completion reports, trend reports, projected costs that include use of learning curves, manpower forecasting and measurement. Assist with preparing capital equipment justification and process capital equipment requests (CER).  Assist with make-buy analysis and capacity planning, as needed.  Assist production by providing metrics for day-to-day visibility including hours per PC, hours per program, hours per work cell, etc.  Interact and coordinate effectively with all levels of functional groups within the company as well as external customers.  Understand MRP and related business systems concepts and be able to pull relevant reports.

 

Assist in the preparation of proposals, including the accumulation of historical and current data.  Analyze scope of work and individual cost elements.  Maintain understanding of company’s cost accounting system in order to estimate and develop production hours, and costs associated with tooling, quality, tests, packaging, facilities and various ratios.  May prepare various overhead or program budgets. 

 

QUALIFICATIONS

Broad knowledge of a general technical field such as industrial engineering, or cost estimating.  Strong working knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet and presentation application software as well as familiarity with MRP systems. Must be fluent in continuous improvement techniques as they relate to Industrial Engineering and possess fluent oral and written communication skills.  Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering or related field.  5 to 7 years of experience in an aerospace or high technology manufacturing environment with at least 3 years of continuous improvement background/exposure including facilitation skills to lead groups or teams.

Education:
University - Bachelor's Degree/3-4 Year Degree

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