Arconic Manufacturing Engineer - (Job Number: 18003236) in Washington, Missouri

Manufacturing Engineers support the production processes by developing and maintaining robust manufacturing and production processes. The Manufacturing Engineer will design tooling using modeling software to deliver customer specified parts within the processes they are responsible. Manufacturing Engineering supports production by participating in the Process Support Team for their process responsibilities. Process Support Teams are responsible to problem solve and remove obstacles in production. A strong customer focus , interpersonal skills and timely decision-making skills are a must.Key Duties and Responsibilities: Development of hot forming and super plastic forming processes including specifying equipment and recipes for creating parts that comply with customer requirements.Measure and improve process yields.Assist in design and justification of new production equipmentInterface with manufacturing departments to address and resolve technical issues. Integrate actions with the Maintenance Organization.Help to ensure that EHS and quality standards for the plant are adhered to and maintainedImprove legacy presses by incorporating best practices in heating and controls.Manage Engineering Control Runs through production.Maintain reliable and safe manufacturing systems while improving production rates, efficiencies, yields, costs and changeovers.Disposition of non-conforming orders and creation of rework instructionsTroubleshoot equipment issues and develop solutions to increase equipment reliabilityWrite, update and review operational procedures to document and improve processesDesign hot forming/super plastic forming dies based upon customer CAD part drawings and models.Develop CNC programs from models for customer parts and production tooling.Plan, schedule, and prioritize work to meet established deadlinesContribute to root cause analysis and implementation of corrective actions for hot press or furnace problemsPlan and develop design of experiments (DOE) for changes in manufacturing process.Analyze data to determine if designs meet functional and performance specifications.Create, maintain and update routers, BOMS and technical documentsBe able to communicate with the customer on technical aspects of Arconic processesBe able to understand customer specifications and incorporate those specifications into part, tooling, and process design.Produce estimates, technical and manufacturing proposals to support bids.Assist with tool design, manufacture, repair and purchase. Produce and update risk assessments FMEA as required.Liaise with other unit leaders and other functions as necessary and support customer visits as required.Prepare and read system layouts, detailed drawings, and schematics using CATIA.Assume other special activities and responsibilities from time to time as requiredProject leader for capital projectsHow Success is Defined: Success in this position will be defined by meeting PST operation metrics, departmental goals, and contribution to the success of the location's operations. A manufacturing engineer is expected to continually improve processes to improve efficiency and quality, support customer requirements, and collaborate with commercial for new business.Basic Qualifications: Associates Degree from accredited institution.Employees must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Verification of employment eligibility will be required at the time of hire. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.This position is subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) which requires U.S. person status. ITAR defines U.S. person as an U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident (i.e. 'Green Card Holder'), Political Asylee, or RefugeePreferred Qualifications: Industrial or manufacturing related engineering experience is required. Equivalent Internship, Co-Op or project experience is acceptable1 years of CNC control programmingStrong skills in written and verbal communicationDemonstrated a