Manufacturing Engineer

Location: Columbus, MS
Job Code: 1926
# of openings: 1

Description

The Manufacturing Engineer will be responsible for supporting the fabrication of composite and metal parts and assemblies; and the maturation of the company’s technical capabilities with sound and practical solutions using advanced technology for work processes.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Support design concept activities for part and tool fabrication and use.
  • Create part fabrication documentation as required to support manufacturing and quality.
  • Recommend and implement process improvements to improve part quality, reduce cycle time and cost.
  • Support the resolution of technical problems at the direction of engineering management.
  • Interface with customer engineering and part/raw material suppliers to resolve technical problems.
  • Perform red-line duties to parts on shop floor and implement engineering changes to parts in process.
  • Address MRB conditions and recommend and implement corrective actions.
  • Support generation procedures that implement operational and/or fiscal policies.
  • Participate in change board activities.
  • Supports management in assuming all safety regulations are met and maintain safe working environment.
  • Maintains a neat and orderly work area and supports the company FOD program.
  • Support other Aurora’s Flight Sciences sites as required.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

  • Master’s degree in Manufacturing, Mechanical, Chemical, or Aerospace Engineering. 
  • Minimum work experience is 4 years of professional work in a manufacturing environment, preferable in the aerospace industry.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

  • Ability to accurately deal with multiple tasks ensuring timely completion
  • Basic CAD/CAM experience in any software package
  • Intermediate to advanced experience with GD&T and blueprint reading/model interrogation
  • Experience with CATIA and Mastercam a plus
  • Experience with NC programming a plus
  • Intermediate experience in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint
  • Ability to work independently and in a team environment
  • Hands-on composite part fabrication and assembly experience
  • Hands-on metal part fabrication and assembly experience
  • Must be U. S. Person

Shift Requirements: 

Flexible with core hours between 07:00am and 04:00pm; may be required to work extended hours periodically.

 

Aurora Flight Sciences is an Equal Opportunity Employer



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