The Manufacturing Engineer I performs basic degree of complexity
engineering assignments under direction and supervision. The Mfg.
Engineer I applies basic engineering principles to perform routine
design, fabrication, modification, and evaluation in support of
manufacturing operations. Conducts analyses or tests of routine
degree of complexity. Prepares plans, process specifications,
production aids, assembly fixtures, MRP support studies, factory
cost work standards, and assignments where supervision provides
guidance on methods of approach and procedures to be followed.
Assists in effectively communicating exact requirements to
2.0 ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
- Carries out cost-effective design, installation, method of
transfer, monitoring, and modification of manufacturing processes.
Identifies problems in process of materials. Suggests alternative
approaches to the manufacturing process.
- Establishes and maintains systems for determining whether a
product, as designed, can be manufactured.
- Interfaces with internal and external customers, suppliers,
and/or equipment vendors to resolve manufacturing issues.
- Has input to project plans for implementation of new processes,
existing process modification, capacity improvements, and
- Performs costs/benefit analysis on existing manufacturing
processes and improvement opportunities.
- Uses root cause and corrective action methods in combination
with statistical analysis to resolve issues
- Effectively prepare communications via PowerPoint or another
medium to delineate issues and/or projects to customers, vendors,
and internal personnel
- Performs manufacturing capacity/throughput analysis on
individual and area manufacturing operations.
- Performs process capability analysis on manufacturing
processes, provides operations, and provides operations with Cpk
- Utilizes experience and engineering methods to provide quick
fixes and/or containment methods for defects until issues are
- Utilizes Six Sigma and other similar methodologies to drive
- Identifies yield improvement opportunities and has input to the
development of action plans to improve yields.
- Performs defect characterization analysis to construct root
cause effect relationships for defect reduction leading to yield
- Provides critical processes/parameters data for FMEA
- Participates in project implementation and defect reduction
- Performs other similar duties as assigned.
3.0 JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
- How much education required? Bachelor's degree or equivalent
- How much experience required? 5 years of experience in PCB
Summarize the minimum kinds of knowledge, skills and abilities
required to do the job.
- PCB production knowledge, and of innovative advances in PCB
- Methods of statistical and qualitative analysis, including RMS
and RSS, fish bone and fault tree
- Analysis of destructive analysis reports (SEM, EDX, etc.)
- Skill in:
- Evaluating test and production data, problem solving
- Creating engineering communications based on findings
- Analyzing micro-sections and identifying different types of
- Preferred: Advanced MS Excel capabilities for data
visualization and data analysis
4.0 MENTAL AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS
Implement own recommendations and see projects through to
Recommend and implement improvements to processes increasing
Mathematical ability sufficient to add, subtract, multiply,
divide, and figure averages.
Ability to communicate effectively by telephone and in group
meetings and discussions.
Ability to give and receive information accurately.
Participate in meetings and give/receive information several
times per month.
Occasional sitting focusing on and operating a personal computer
several times a day.
Production run deadlines may require extensive communication and
follow-up activities to all areas of the company.
- EQUIPMENT USED AND NECESSARY
Personal computer or terminal
Office environment. Air conditioning, fluorescent lights.
Production environment, noise and safety precautions must be
taken at all times.
Close proximity to chemicals used in production.
Must comply with TTM Export Control Policies and Procedures and
all applicable laws including ITAR, EAR and OFAC including but not
limited to: a) being able to identify ITAR product on the
manufacturing floor and understand that access to these products
and related technical data is restricted to only US Citizens and US
Permanent Residents; b) recognition of Foreign Person visitors by
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for
employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual
orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship,
disability or protected veteran status.