Sr. Manufacturing Engineer
New Britain , Connecticut
February 08, 2017
Sr. Manufacturing Engineer - New Britain, CT $80K - $100K Base We are representing a global manufacturing leader with multiple plants across theUS. They have been in business for more than 60 years and are diversified across multiple industries (aerospace, commercial, medical and industrial). They have an immediate opening for an experienced Manufacturing Engineer to join their growing team in support of manufacturing components for the aerospace industry. The individual will be responsible for performing general engineering tasks that optimize processing capabilities of the facility through process development and verification. They'll analyze process flow, develop performance enhancements and monitor production results. This is a first shift permanent direct hire opportunity with full benefits. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Develop and improve production processes, techniques and planning Create and / or improve on systems that optimize the efficiency of material flow throughout the facility Interact with various internal functions to provide manufacturing engineering support for production Participate in Root Cause Analysis and implementation of Corrective Actions Initiate and lead optimization projects to improve quality outcomes, reduce production costs, and shorten cycle time Build trust and confidence with customers to resolve engineering, manufacturing, and quality issues REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering 3+ years of hand's on experience within a manufacturing environment (aerospace preferred) Knowledge/experience in the machining of nickel and titanium based alloys preferred (i.e. milling, turning, and broaching) Experience working in a self-directed management of multiple tasks in a high-tempo manufacturing environment A commitment to overcome challenges in order to resolve issues and accomplish both company and personal objectives Excellent skills in blueprint reading and interpretation, have the ability to understand customer requirements and specifications. Ability to work with CAD Systems such as Solidworks, NX 7.5 and above, Microsoft Office to generate work instructions / process sheets. To Apply - Please send a Word version of your resume to Once reviewed, our team will contact you regarding the next step. If your resume is not a strong match for this position we will build a profile for you and contact you regarding future openings that are a better match for your skills and experience. All the best, The Adecco Team

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