Manufacturing Engineering Manager

at Phoenix Stamping Group
Location Atlanta
Date Posted April 4, 2021
Category Engineering
Job Type Not Specified

Description

Company DescriptionPhoenix Stamping is a growing certified Veteran Owned Small Business with a family oriented work environment, great pay and benefits! Our locations in Atlanta, GA, Fort Wayne, IN and Charlotte, NC have focused on the production of sheet metal and rod products for various industries since 1986. Through quality and service, our customer base has grown to cover all parts of North America including Canada and Mexico. To continue to improve upon quality and consistency, we continue to grow and add new capabilities, including highly automated manufacturing equipment. We are seeking dynamic candidates who enjoy a fast-paced and team oriented work environment supported by a company with the motto "Customers first, employees always!"Job DescriptionTitle: Manufacturing Engineering ManagerReports to: Vice President of ManufacturingJob Purpose: Responsible for guiding existing and future equipment and process capabilities in support of the company's goals and objectivesScope: Phoenix Stamping Group's manufacturing operations currently comprises four manufacturing facilities, 200+ personnel, and a $2MM+ capital expenditure budget.Key Responsibilities:Manage manufacturing engineering activity to support departmental and company objectives:Manage the Manufacturing Engineering team in all efforts of standardization and elimination of waste to include the development of standard work, process improvement, and cost reduction.Oversee and manage the sourcing and/or design and installation of new equipment, manufacturing cells and manufacturing processes along with continuous evaluation of existing equipment to ensure that production capabilities are aligned with the company's product and process mix.Evaluate process capabilities to ensure optimal quality, utilization, and efficiency.Utilize effective root cause analysis to develop, implement and validate corrective actions and controls.Drive equipment and process standardization across all manufacturing plants.Assist in the development and implementation of visual factory tools and monitor their effectiveness.Manage the development and maintenance of standard work instructions as a continues training tool.Utilize effective project management skills to plan, implement, and support operational improvements:Utilize a combination of technical and project management skills to help direct and manage capital investment in manufacturing capacity and capability.Ability to develop detailed project plans involving cross functional stakeholders.Ability to both directly and indirectly manage and collaborate with other functional groups and key stakeholders to successfully implement projects.Participate in the product development process to evaluate process paths and design for manufacturability.Operate within Company Parameters:Champion continuous improvement efforts through knowledge and awareness, training, procurement, and process improvement.Maintains an organized, clean, and safe work area using 6S guidelines and participates in audits as requiredLiaise with other functional groups and departments to support operational capabilities, changes, and improvements and to communicate timelines, deliverables and resource needs to complete projects on time.Ensure operational activities and management of equipment and materials are executed in a manner consistent with good stewardshipEnsure activities meet and integrate with organizational requirements for quality management, health and safety, legal stipulations, environmental policies and general duty of careExecute all responsibilities according to lawful and ethical standards as established by company policies and proceduresKey Measures of Success:SafetyCost of Poor Quality (COPQ)On-Time Delivery (OTD)Operational Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)Return on Investment (ROI)QualificationsBachelor's degree or equivalent professional experience, preferably in EngineeringMinimum of 10+ years of experience in industrial engineering, manufacturing engineering, manufacturing project management and/or operations of high-volume manufacturingDemonstrated experience managing and implementing manufacturing process and equipment projectsExperience with CNC equipment a plusDemonstrated ability to drive continuous improvement through team building and process changeLean manufacturing and quality system experience required (ISO 9001:2015 preferred)Autodesk AutoCad, Inventor or similar modeling experienceMicrosoft Office and Epicor or other ERP Software requiredExcellent analytical, problem-solving, communication, and leadership skillsSelf-directed/organized, strong work ethic, positive attitude, works well in teams, customer focused and accountable for actionsMust be willing and able to travel ~25% of timeAdditional InformationPhoenix Stamping Group, LLC offers a drug-free work place along with a competitive salary and benefits package. We are an equal opportunity employer (EEO), dedicated to a policy of nondiscrimination in employment on any basis including race, creed, color, age, sex, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin and in compliance with ADAAA.