Industrial Engineer II

Industrial Engineer
The DCx engineering team supports internal prototyping tasks for current programs, sustaining, and test fixtures. We are in need of an engineer to create standard work instructions and perform ergonomic assessments.
Top 3 Daily Responsibilities: 1. Develop standard work instructions for current workflows 2. Test and verify process standards 3. Make recommendations for improving safety, quality, or productivity.
Additional Responsibilities:
Make recommendations for improvement based on ergonomic design guidelines.
Implement proper ergonomics in workstation setup, processes, tooling, and equipment.
Apply process engineering principles (inclusive of Lean/Six Sigma methodologies) to develop value stream maps and workflows for complex operations
Establish standard work practices and baselines for productivity by analyzing current work practices.
Work with operations managers to implement new methods and processes
Required Qualifications:
BS in Industrial Engineering or related engineering discipline
8+ years of experience in Industrial Engineering in Manufacturing or Engineering (or related field)
Previous hands on experience with lean manufacturing practices
Self-motivated, can take an ambiguous request and chase down the required details
Excellent communicator and team player, can present findings and justify decisions
Strong analytical and organizational skills, coupled with a well-focused attention to details.
Reducing risk by conducting assessments and implementing engineered ergonomic solutions.
Leveraging lean systems, tools, and techniques to engineer processes and value stream maps
Writing standard operating procedures/ standard work instructions
Experience in problem scoping/assessment through value stream mapping, process development, and process engineering
Lean Manufacturing training
Industrial Engineering in high mix, low volume production
Knowledge and experience with Process mapping
Nice to have Qualifications:
Understanding of MODAPTs or similar engineered time standards
Knowledge and experience with Ergonomics

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