PCB Piezotronics was founded in 1967 as a manufacturer of sensors for the test and measurement of pressure, force, vibration, acoustics, load and shock.
Amphenol Corporation (parent company of PCB) is one of the world’s largest designers, manufacturers and marketers of sensors and sensor-based products. Amphenol designs, manufactures and assembles its products at facilities worldwide and sells its products through its own global sales force. For more information, visit https://amphenol.com
Follow all PCB procedures and forms in compliance to AS 9001. The Manufacturing Engineer I applies their education, experience and expertise in the launch of new product designs into manufacturing, to make process improvements and to solve manufacturing problems.
Education/Training: Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Manufacturing Engineering, Engineering Technology or equivalent.
Experience: Internship, Co-Op or equivalent industry project experience.
Physical Demands: Able to perform essential functions with or without reasonable accommodation.
Other: Manufacturing processes knowledge Materials, materials processing and metallurgy knowledge. PCB is involved in the development of technology controlled by the International Traffic in Arms Regulations. For the purpose of our compliance with U.S. Export Control laws, U.S. citizenship or permanent resident/green card is required.
Role and Responsibilities:
Promotes teamwork, cooperation and commitment to “Total Customer Satisfaction”.
1. Interprets mechanical drawings, schematics and technical specifications to develop manufacturing work instructions, processes, routers, procedures and test protocols.
2. Conducts prototype manufacturing builds to test and evaluate product and process designs and revisions.
3. Works in close collaboration with other engineering teams, Supply Chain, Operations, Sales and Quality in the launch of new products and the manufacturing support of existing products.
4. Develops and designs basic tools and fixtures, researches and specifies manufacturing equipment and systems.
5. Creates and maintains accurate mechanical drawings, schematics, technical specifications and manufacturing process documentation.
6. Provides documentation on assembly methods and test procedures.
7. Conducts failure analyses to resolve manufacturability or quality issues.
8. Provides technical assistance in matters of products, materials, equipment and processes.
9. May travel up to 5% to visit customers, vendors, suppliers, other company locations, affiliates, attend technical meetings, trade shows or conferences.
10. Performs other related tasks and duties, as assigned.
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We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, pregnancy, age, national origin, disability status, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
500 - 1,000
$50M - $200M
PCB designs and manufactures sensors and instrumentation for measuring static and dynamic pressure, force, load, torque, shock and vibration.
The job skills required for Manufacturing Engineer I include Manufacturing Processes, Manufacturing Engineering, Process Manufacturing, Collaboration, Manufacturing Equipment, Process Improvement, etc. Having related job skills and expertise will give you an advantage when applying to be a Manufacturing Engineer I. That makes you unique and can impact how much salary you can get paid. Below are job openings related to skills required by Manufacturing Engineer I. Select any job title you are interested in and start to search job requirements.
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The following is the career advancement route for Manufacturing Engineer I positions, which can be used as a reference in future career path planning. As a Manufacturing Engineer I, it can be promoted into senior positions as an Industrial Engineer II that are expected to handle more key tasks, people in this role will get a higher salary paid than an ordinary Manufacturing Engineer I. You can explore the career advancement for a Manufacturing Engineer I below and select your interested title to get hiring information.
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