Process Engineer

Company Name:
Pridgeon and Clay, Inc.
P&C has an opening for a Process Engineer. Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor's degree in Engineering, a minimum of one year of engineering experience in a manufacturing environment (metal forming preferred), prior experience with project management, continuous improvement, and Soild Works/Auto CAD, the ability to drive projects to completion, proficiency in MS Word, Excel, Project, and PowerPoint, the ability and willingness to work in a team-based work setting, excellent communication and leadership skills, and an excellent work record, including attendance.
Attend daily manufacturing meetings and remain informed about the business goals and objectives.
Communicate thoughts and ideas for manufacturing goals, problems, and opportunities for improvement to the Production
Communicate with the manufacturing team during the conception, approval, build, implementation, and follow-up phases of engineering projects that impact their
Participate in the APQP process as an APQP team member.
Maintain PFMEAs, Control Plans, Process Flows, and inspection check sheets to ensure customer specific specifications and standards for products, application, and documentation are included after launch.
Verify that new projects meet part design and quality requirements through actual run results.
Support manufacturing operations for all quality activities and provide accurate and timely information, data and reports as requested.
Maintain project schedules; proactively and consistently follow up on assignments to assure successful completion.

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