Manufacturing Engineer I
|Reports to||Project Manager||FLSA Status||Non-Exempt|
The Manufacturing Engineer leads initiatives for the daily support of products, processes, and equipment and may be responsible for leading the integration of new products within production, meeting new product integration timelines and production goals (i.e., safety, quality, delivery, cost, and productivity).
The essential functions of this job involve the following working conditions.
C = Continuously, 75%-100%
F = Frequently, 50%-74%
O = Occasionally, 10%-49%
R = Rarely, 1%-9%
N = Never, 0% of time
|Works with others||X||Standing||X|
|Keeping work pace/deadlines||X||Crouching/Crawling||X|
|Performing repetitive tasks||X||Twisting at waist||X|
|Noise (decibels) 91||X||Reaching above shoulders||X|
|Vibration||X||Reaching below knees||X|
|Abrupt temperature changes||X||Lift/carry up to 40 lbs.||X|
|Heat (above 85 F)||X||Push/pull to 100 (force)||X|
|Cold (below 65 F)||X||Climbing ladders||X|
|Dryness||X||Operating foot controls||X|
|Odors & dusts||X||Manual Tasks|
|Work with solvents||X||Grasping with one hand||X|
|Work acids, bases||X||Grasping with both hands||X|
|Work with oils||X||Manipulating with one hand||X|
|Work with toxins||X||Manipulating with two hands||X|
|Poor ventilation||X||Handwritten communication||X|
|Mechanical hazards||X||Using hand tools||X|
|Seeing close (reading)||X||Scraping||X|
|Seeing far (observation)||X||Equipment Operation|
|Peripheral vision||X||Driving car / light truck||X|
|Seeing colors||X||Driving heavy truck / van||X|
|Verbal communication||X||Operating forklift, stackers||X|
|Hearing speech||X||Operating hoist equipment||X|
|Hearing mechanical sounds||X||Operating shop machinery||X|
|Sensing odors||X||Operating power tools||X|
|Sensing by touch||X||Operating torch||X|
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This description covers the primary purpose and principal duties of the job. It is not designed to be a complete list of all the duties and responsibilities required of this position. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
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