Raytheon Technologies Manufacturing Engineer in East Hartford, Connecticut
United States of America
PW100: East Hartford 400 Main Street, East Hartford, CT, 06118 USA
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The Pratt & Whitney Hot Section Module Center Manufacturing Engineering Organization is seeking a highly motivated individual to support Hot Section Module Center as an Advanced Coatings Process Manufacturing Engineer. Technologies with this Process engineer role include laser hole drilling, plasma spray, water jet and surface treatment.
Process Manufacturing Engineer's responsibilities include:
PFMEA and Control Plan creation
Develop process for new product introductions and development parts and collaborate with design engineering and IPT
Track, compile, and analyze data to understand process capability for decision making and generating projects
Implementation of new capital equipment from specification and ordering through delivery, installation and release to production.
First Article Inspection and control of manufacturing software
Significant interaction with the hourly work force, tool designers, quality assurance, Integrated Product Teams, systems designers, Information Systems, and program assembly partners are typical of the position.
Identify & implement shop floor process optimization & control methods to eliminate/prevent QCPC turn backs /escapes and reduce overall assembly costs
Help create and maintain shop floor work instructions (including specifications, engineering changes, process control, and tooling definition/requirements.)
Provide focused & effective leadership in eliminating EH&S/Ergonomics/Human Factors risks and addressing quality issues.
Participate in lean manufacturing initiatives
*Education / Certifications
• A Bachelor's degree in engineering required w/2–5+ years’ experience.
Due to government contract U.S. Citizenship is required
Must be able to obtain a security clearance
A minimum of 2 years of manufacturing engineering experience is required. Plasma spray and or laser hole drill processing knowledge are a strong plus for this position.
GD&T, blueprint reading
Siemens NX – Drafting, modeling, CAM
Statistical Process Control
Lean Manufacturing, ACE, CORE, Six Sigma, Red X, RCCA, problem solving / process control methodologies
J/C Export Control Knowledge
General knowledge of Robotics & robotics programming
Technical writing, communications skills
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