Manufacturing Engineering “All Star”, Sheet Metal Fabrication & Assembly, #61233
“To be the best, you must be able to handle the worst.”
I like this motivational quote as it made me think of the talented engineers that I speak to regularly. The best engineers will often tell me that they love solving problems and the day to day challenges they regularly confront in a fast paced manufacturing environment. The best engineers strive to“handle the worst” by troubleshooting and coming up with creative solutions to their day to day manufacturing issues “to become the best.”
Last week, this manufacturing engineering “All-Star” was recommended to me by a former manager as exhibiting this problem solving attitude and strong work ethic.
This manufacturing engineering “All-Star” has a diverse project engineering background having started in product design and growing into lead manufacturing engineering roles where he’s exhibited this problem solving mentality through extensive tooling and fixture design and lean implementation to drive fabrication and assembly process improvement.
He’s looking for a challenging manufacturing engineering opportunity where he can build upon this experience by “helping your manufacturing organization become the best.”
Please give me a call at 312.226.4916 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss this manufacturing engineering “All-Star” and how he can help you become the best.
Manufacturing Engineer, Sheet Metal Fabrication & Assembly #61233
-14 years experience sheet metal product design and manufacturing engineering experience in custom high mix production environment
-Designed over 400 fixtures used in sheet metal, welding, paint and assembly applications
-Applied lean manufacturing principles to assembly and fabrication departments
-Led Kaizen teams and events
-Proficient using Solidworks for mechanical drawings and modeling
-Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering