The Manufacturing / Programming Engineer will develop machine code for a variety of Lathes and Machining Centers using NX CAM software. The Manufacturing / Programming Engineer will demonstrate leadership in communicating business goals, programs, and processes for an area or business segment.
In the role of Manufacturing / Programming Engineer, you will utilize your experience or expertise to solve problems, develop and execute objectives for self and others, and have the ability to effect short-term and some long-term business goals.
In addition, as the Manufacturing / Programming Engineer, you will:
Support and meet production schedules, driving productivity, and quality initiatives all within budget boundaries
Tooling / Holder selection - expert level of understanding
Plan and implement process development and improvement
Determine safe manufacturing processes that produce a quality product in the most efficient method possible
Investigate and apply new technology
Assist supervisors and production employees in resolving manufacturing process problems
Identify the most cost-effective process to manufacture parts
Promote and build a positive working relationship with hourly team members
Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college (Or a high school diploma / GED with a minimum of 4 years of experience in Manufacturing)
Minimum of 3 years of experience as a Manufacturing Engineering Specialist
Strong organization skills
Knowledge of engine components, manufacturing, assembly, testing and quality methods, procedures, systems and requirements
Ability to develop alternative approaches to solve complex problems
Strong analytical skills
Knowledge of production cost and measurements
Strong oral and written communication skills
Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
Proficient in the adaptation of concepts, theories, and principles to analyze problems
Knowledge of TIG, PTA, EBW, Resistance welding, and Torch / Vacuum brazing
Familiarity with and the use of CAD and manufacturing software
GE is one of the largest employers in the U.S., with its global headquarters based in Fairfield, CT and 134,000 U.S. employees as of the end of 2012. Our facilities range from Thomas Edison's original factory in Schenectady, New York, where over a thousand employees work today to build the latest generation of steam turbines and generators, to a GE Aviation plant in Durham, North Carolina, where hundreds of employees will make fuel-efficient, advanced technology jet engines. These locations exemplify an industrial renaissance that is happening in the U.S., driven by advanced manufacturing techniques, ground-up innovation, supporting thousands of new jobs, and making products for export. Want to be part of the renaissance? Join us today.
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Locations: United States; Ohio; Evendale
GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening.