Manufacturing Engineering “All-Star” #64012
“People who are unable to motivate themselves must be content with mediocrity, no matter how impressive their other talents.” — Andrew Carnegie
I think that Andrew Carnegie’s quote fits this “All-Star” as experienced manufacturing engineers are motivated by solving problems or improving manufacturing processes. Mediocrity doesn’t cut in on the production floor.
This Manufacturing Engineer “All-Star” is no different as he’s grown his career within a precision machining and assembly environment with a major manufacturer. Whether it requires designing new tooling or fixtures, programming a machine, troubleshooting production problems or leading process improvement projects, this Manufacturing Engineering “All-Star” is more than motivated to get the job done.
He is now motivated to identify a new manufacturing engineering role where he can apply his manufacturing engineering, machining and troubleshooting skills.
Do you have any manufacturing engineering challenges where this motivated manufacturing engineering “All-Star” could make an impact on your organization? Please call or email to schedule a time to discuss how this manufacturing engineering “All-Star” could fit in your organization.
Manufacturing Engineer, Precision Machining, #64012 (greater Chicago area)
-More than 20 years of manufacturing engineering experience within precision machining and assembly oriented settings
-Experienced writing process documentation for new products in addition updating control plans, preparing deviations, and change requests
-Developed machining processes for Heller and Making machining cells
-Used Vericut to trouble shoot fixtures and machining production issues
-Experienced with Mazak, Heller, and DMG Mori mills and lathes
-Proficient using Master CAM and G and M codes for CNC programming and editing
-Proficient using Siemens NX and Creo software for modeling and machine programming
-Bachelor of Science