Manufacturing Engineer


Manufacturing and Production

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Salary Range

Up to USD0.00 per year

No. of Openings


Branch Information

Chicago Engineering - (USA) 525 West Monroe Street Suite 1500 IL Chicago , IL 60661



Job Description

Are you an Engineer who thrives in a fast-paced, assembly manufacturing environment? Are you able to foster positive relationships with production employees, peers, and management? If so, then we have an opportunity for you!

Our client is a leading provider of HVAC, refrigeration, fire, security, and building automation technologies. These high-technology products and services enable modern life by delivering efficiency, safety, and security across several platforms.

As a Manufacturing Engineer you will be responsible for managing high complexity design and the planning of layout for assembly and materials handling. You will be responsible for troubleshooting, modifying, and acquiring equipment and tooling in a fast paced, high volume assembly and manufacturing environment.


* Troubleshooting equipment and tooling issues; providing technical support to maintenance, tool room and production, as requested

* Recommend, specify and implement preventive maintenance procedures

* Plan, coordinate and implement repairs, modifications and improvements to equipment and tooling

* Utilize maintenance and tooling management system, purchase order system and various other planning systems

* Model and promote adherence to environmental, health and safety policies and initiatives

* Lead union-represented hourly associates in project and troubleshooting activities


* Experience within a fast-paced manufacturing environment. High speed assembly preferred.

* Experience with A/B Control Logix 5000, Siemens S7 PLC's, various VFD motor controls required

* Experience with pneumatic and hydraulic controls

* Stamping press and/or tooling troubleshooting experience preferred

* Energetic, hands-on; able to drive change and continuous improvement

* Experience applying Six Sigma/Lean manufacturing principles

* Demonstrated ability to foster positive relationships with production employees, peers and manufacturing management

* Ability to work with minimal guidance and direction

* Excellent written and verbal communication skills

* Experience in a union environment is preferred

* Strong computer and system skills, including AutoCAD and Microsoft Office

* Must be willing to work first or second shift as well as required overtime


* AA/AS degree w/ 1-3+ years of experience

* BA/BS degree w/ 0-2+ years of experience