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When J. Walter Becker started IDEAL INDUSTRIES in 1916, he based it on an unshakeable belief in ideal relationships with his employees, his community, and of course his customers. More than one hundred years later, IDEAL INDUSTRIES, INC. is a global enterprise with companies serving technicians and trade professionals across a wide range of industries, from electrical to construction to aerospace to automotive. Our products have been instrumental in helping mankind reach from the South Pole to the Moon, and are paving new paths for the future.
The Manufacturing Engineer researches, plans, trains, executes, and facilitates operational improvement programs to create a culture of continuous improvement using Lean manufacturing methods that lead to employee empowerment, elimination of waste, and key results improvement. Specifically, the goal of this position is to improve safety, reduce cost, improve quality, reduce scrap, minimize rework, improve process reliability, and reduce set‑up times. Assist in coordination of the capital spending program, ensure accuracy of BOM and routing within the ERP system, and assisting in new product launch during and after implementation.
Assist in the coordination of the capital spending program, insuring accuracy of BOM and routings within ERP system, and assisting in new product launch during and after implementationAssist in the coordination of the capital spending program, insuring accuracy of BOM and routings within ERP system, and assisting in new product launch during and after implementation
IDEAL INDUSTRIES is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
1,000 - 3,000
KEVIN A BROWN
$500M - $1B
IDEAL manufactures and distributes connectors, hand tools, testers and meters for electrical and telecommunications industries.
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