• Industrial Manufacturing Engineer

    Job ID
    2018-5355
    # of Openings
    1
    Hours From
    8:30 AM
    Days Worked
    Monday-Friday
    Hours To
    5:00 PM
  • Overview

    Looking for a new exciting career opportunity?  Then imagine being part of a company like Ricoh Electronics, Inc (REI) with a rich history of environmental conservation, community involvement, and steady company growth.  Imagine working for a leading manufacturer as REI with advanced office automation equipment including digital copiers, thermal media label stocks, and toner products.  Imagine growing with the global Ricoh network of 105,000 employees in approximately 200 countries, with $18 billion in annual sales.  REI is a subsidiary of Ricoh Company Ltd., with an enviable corporate social responsibility performance record, business practices that produces cost effective quality products for its customers on a timely basis.  

     

    Working at REI as an Industrial Manufacturing Engineer you will be given the opportunity to apply your technical knowledge and skills in a fast-paced, safety-conscious manufacturing environment in our Toner Department in Lawrenceville, GA.  In this vital role, you will be responsible for performing routine engineering assignments to develop, test, implement, and document manufacturing processes and methods required in the manufacture of new and existing parts and/or products in accordance with product specifications, customer requirements, and quality standards.

    Responsibilities include

    • Develops, tests, implements and documents a variety of routine to moderately complex operational sequences and processes in the manufacture of new and existing parts and/or products.
    • Estimates manufacturing costs, process time and manpower requirements. 
    • Focus on continuous improvement opportunities, cost reduction and fast corrective actions.  Consolidates, documents and presents results for review.  
    • Troubleshoots a variety of routine to moderately complex production problems involving manufacturing processes.
    • Investigates and determines the root cause of failures and problems.
    • Recommends countermeasures or changes in processing methods.
    • Conducts routine to moderately complex engineering trials and production process evaluations for manufacturing operations. 
    • Analyzes production data and identifies trends, problems, and opportunities for improvement. 
    • Recommends process adjustments to improve product quality and manufacturing efficiency and reduce material and manpower costs.
    • Creates, writes, and modifies work process procedures.
    • Conducts research, compiles data and prepares reports. 
    • Prepares and delivers presentations.
    • Prepares training materials and trains key production employees and production supervisors on new work procedures and manufacturing processes.
    • May design simple to moderately complex jigs and fixtures used in a small production project or portion of a larger project.

     

    Qualified candidates will possess

    • Bachelor's degree in engineering, perferably Industrial Engineering.
    • 2-4 years experience in manufacturing engineering or equivalent combination of education and hands on experience.
    • Strong problem solving, root cause analysis and cause prevention.
    • Strong technical and analytical ability.
    • Ability to read and interpret blueprints, models, technical plans and drawings.
    • Demonstrate initiative and self-direction in planning, organizing, documenting and solving problems with proven ability to lead cross-functional projects.
    • Proven ability to simultaneously and independently manage multiple tasks, solve technical problems, lead projects, and work effectively in cross-functional teams.
    • Working knowledge of the practical application of engineering science and technology to the production of various products.
    • Working knowledge of production processes, quality control, costs, and other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture of goods.
    • Willing to be hands-on in manufacturing facility.
    • Strong written and oral communication and presentation skills. Ability to read, write, and speak English fluently
    • Strong math skills.
    • Intermediate skills in Excel and other application software used in production of technical plans, blueprints, drawings and models.
    • Ability to work occasional over-time.

                                         AA/M/F/VETERANS/Individuals with Disabilities, EOE, Drug-Free Workplace


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