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Mechanical Engineer
Ref No.: 18-39201
Location: Hickory, North Carolina
Position Type:Contract
Skill Type
Skill Type:Engineering
Responsibilities
Scope of Position:
• This position is in the Engineering Project and is focused on capacity additions and the associated line installations & debug from a mechanical perspective.
• Lead and/or participate on manufacturing engineering projects and support teams for the purposes of capacity installations, equipment debug, and preparing line/associated parts for Operations Receivership.
• As a supporting team member, provide mechanical discipline to proactively identify technical problems through root cause understanding coupled with robust industrialized solutions relative to line debug and installs.
• Leverage knowledge of mechanical engineering, machining & designing processes to improve performance of equipment/manufacturing process.
• Supports or leads new equipment/process introductions, and opportunities for improvement.
• Supports the development and execution of project plans to deliver timely error-free mechanical support for multi-line equipment installations
• Experienced with working along-side vendors and suppliers to resolve technical issues to protect scope, timing, and cost metrics.
• Ability to work across various functional groups on a daily basis to accomplish goals

Day to Day Responsibilities:
• Maintain safe work practices, inform others of hazardous conditions or personal practices as expressed on project team.
• Design & implement mechanical solutions and process changes to improve capability of manufacturing equipment.
• Manage activities to meet milestone & timeline objectives for successful capacity adds.
• Solve mechanical and process issues through data analysis, experience and collaboration with subject matter experts
• Manage spare part identification and storeroom entry as recommended by suppliers or peer engineers; noting available spares within (2)-plant footprint.
• Develop and update engineering and operations documentation
• Support training for operations workforce regarding equipment or operations changes

Travel Requirements:
• Periodic travel between Newton Cable Annex Facility and Hickory Cables Plant (est 10 miles)

Hours of work/work schedule/flex-time:
• 40 hrs (overtime expected).
Due to the project timing; overtime and periodic off-hours coverage may be necessary to successfully complete workload and interact with other team personnel.

Qualifications
Required Education:
• BS in Mechanical Engineering

Required Years and Area of Experience:
• 5-10 years' experience in new equipment installations in manufacturing environment. Start-up experiences a plus
• Experience with new equipment installations and project expansions
• Experience in fast-paced changing environment with multiple priorities

Required Skills:
• Ability to learn new technology and processes quickly
• Creative/innovative problem solving
• Strong technical fundamentals with mechanical engineering skills
• Proficient with CAD and Inventor/Solidworks,
• Experience with equipment design
• Ability to multitask and prioritize work on an independent basis in a fast-paced project install manufacturing environment
• Strong communication and presentation skills
• Ability to work effectively on all levels of an organization

Desired Skills:
• Project leadership/management experience (including milestone management and financial ownership)
• Experience in vendor/supplier management on-site/off-site
• Mechanical equipment and systems interactions
• Proficient with PC software including Microsoft Office Suite
• Detail oriented and able to perform with limited supervision.

Soft Skills:
• Ability to work & effectively collaborate within a team
• Ability to allocate/supervise resources to accomplish aggressive project milestones & timeline within specification and costs.
• Able to shift tasks quickly
• Able to prioritize and multitask
• Communicate effectively both verbal and written



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