Aircraft Interiors Manufacturing Engineer
This assignment is a US Government Contract which requires all applicants to be US Citizens.
NO SUBCONTRACT REQUIREMENT:
No third-party applicants will be considered. If you are a third party contracting company, please do not respond to this position.
Aerospace interior experience preferred.
Education and Experience Requirements:
Bachelor' s Degree in Mechanical, Manufacturing Engineering or related curriculum required or equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Entry level position.
Under moderate supervision, create manufacturing work instructions, assist with Planning improvements and problem solving for manufacturing issues (production methods and procedures) in a specific function (including layout, production flow, tooling and production equipment, material fabrication, assembly methods and planning) in a Production or Post-Production environment.
Principle Duties and Responsibilities:
Essential Functions: 1. Perform technical studies and conduct analysis of operations (existing or proposed). Develop plans and recommendations for equipment and tooling needed and correct methods of manufacturing (including sequence of operations and detailed methodology of complex assemblies and installations as well as detail components). 2. Assist in make-or-buy proposals and recommend corrective actions for areas of responsibility. 10. Author detailed work instructions that optimize manufacturing process efficiency and opportunity for zero defects with functional Operations Engineer. 11. Author DRDI/DMT rework instructions to support effective corrective actions. 12. Author MBOM in SAP/Solumina/Corridor (as applicable) to ensure all parts defined by Engineering are installed during the assembly/installation process. 3. Conduct research, investigation, and analysis in connection with assigned planning or other assigned projects, to ensure conformance to requirements. 4. Perform productibility studies from engineering drawings. 5. Apply statistical methods to estimate future manufacturing requirements and potential; make necessary computer inputs and generate data or reports as needed. 6. Incorporate Lean Manufacturing Methodology into existing and future processes. 7. Apply Lean and Six Sigma principles to manufacturing methods as a team member or leader. 8. Support all Safety, Sustainability and Ergonomic Initiatives. 9. Aid in development and maintenance of Business Continuity Plan.
Additional Functions: 1. Work on special projects. 2. Ensure Quality policies are being practiced; make recommendations and implement procedures to improve quality. 3. Initiate and maintain accurate daily/weekly activity status based on work output, as required. Perform other duties as assigned.
Other Requirements: 1. Basic knowledge of Lean and/or Six Sigma principles. 2. Must be knowledgeable about Engineering configuration requirements, tooling, quality control, plant safety, blueprint reading, and shop math. 3. Ability to operate computerized equipment, such as personal computers, CADAM, CATIA, etc. 4. Lean Specialist certification or higher preferred.
Carl joined CPI in 2019. He currently works with defense and aerospace candidates, with a focus on military tactical vehicles. He also assists in placing engineers and information technology professionals nationwide.
From his time in the the military and the (commercial) civilian workforce, Carl has a wide range of work experience, including expertise in the diesel and shipbuilding industries. In particular, Carl's shipbuilding experience led to his work as a Test and Trials Area Manager for the Littoral Combat Ship.
His personal understanding of military education, as well as his firsthand knowledge of MOS and NEC designations, enables him to understand a candidate’s military experience and how that can translate to a civilian opportunity.
Carl retired after serving nearly 22 years in the United States Navy, both as enlisted and as a commissioned Naval Officer.
Carl was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Marquette University. He was also conferred a Master of Arts degree in Business Administration from the University of Rhode Island.
Carl has served on one of the smallest ships in the Navy, a Mine Sweeper, built out of wood in Wisconsin; to the largest ship in the Navy, a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier. During his career he circled the globe 3.5 times.
Outside of the office Carl enjoys fishing, hunting and camping. He admits that pulling a camper can be stressful, but the silence of the woods and lakes makes the trip well worth the drive.