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Massachusetts Employer Manufacturing Engineer II in Billerica, Massachusetts

Billerica company is looking for a Manufacturing Engineer II We are seeking a Manufacturing Engineer II to join our team. This role will drive the implementation of World Class Lean Manufacturing Processes, Systems and Equipment, focusing on continuous safety, quality, and throughput improvements throughout the product Value Stream, serving as a key contributor in new Production System development efforts. Essential Job Responsibilities: Support production capacity growth at Nuvera through scale up and expansion of Manufacturing at domestic and international sites, including implementation of new Production lines. Design and implement flexible assembly line solutions for electromechanical products. Support DFM/DFA activities for New Products and provide expertise in the use of both low and high volume manufacturing techniques and their implementation into Nuvera designs. Optimize production quality and throughput using the following tools: Value Stream Map, PFMEA, Control Plan, Cell Layout, Process Automation, SOPs ? build and test, and performance metrics on existing products and Lean Manufacturing and DFT. Lead the resolution of daily production, test, and field assembly related incidents and act as the technical liaison between design, assembly, test, and supply chain. Create and/or verify data between and within data management systems (SPC, DMR, Agile, etc) and ensure scope of ECO / MCO (Manufacturing Change Order) is correctly executed. Required Job Qualifications (unless otherwise noted): Educational Background BS in Manufacturing, Mechanical, Electrical, or Industrial Engineering required Previous Work Experience 3 - 6 years of Automotive or other relevant industry experience 2 - 5 years directly supporting Factory Operations and in the application of Lean Manufacturing tools Special Skills, Experience and Abilities Manufacturing process development and validation, set up and commissioning of new Production lines for electromechanical products Hands-on experience supporting Production Operations required Creation and optimization of product test procedures Demonstrated successes in leading projects to drive process optimization for quality improvement or cycle time reduction Skilled in the use of DFT or other Lean tools Experience in 8D, 6 Sigma, or other standard problem solving methodologies Understanding of Manufacturing documentation and ISO 9000 requirements, configuration management and product structures including BOM Working knowledge of Excel, Word, AutoCAD, Solid Works, and Visio Strong organizational, analytical, and problem solving skills Ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment with multiple and changing priorities Ability to work and communicate effectively Physical requirements/Work environment 70% Shop-floor and laboratory work environment, 30% office environment Ability to lift components weighing up to 35 lbs. is required. May be required to sit or stand for prolonged periods, as needed Travel Required Up to 10-20% possible, including domestic and international sites If interested please email