Product Launch Engineer/Industrial engineer

Leads all new product launches into the manufacturing facility.
Serves as the liaison between Product Development and Manufacturing.
Conducts studies to determine the most efficient sequence of operations and work flow considering the maximum utilization of production facilities and personnel, while ensuring workplace safety.
Under general direction, responsible for complex planning activities related to equipment layouts in plant, office, and production facilities.
Maintains process documentation related to routings, costing, BOMs, nc programming, time studies, etc.
Evaluates and presents findings using formal written quantitative presentation methods.
Proposes alternatives for materials specifications and qualifying suppliers in order to prepare cost forecasts.
Recommends the production methods and processes required to meet design objectives on new or improved products and/or processes.
Coordinates the preparation of project designs and inspects their implementation.
Supervises 1-4 engineering support personnel to maintain routings, NC programs, etc.
Provide high-quality support to the operation related to processes, products, and equipment Requirements:
Requires a bachelor's degree in engineering.
Master's degree in desirable.
Requires at least 5 years related experience.
Expert knowledge of technical plans, blueprints, drawings Knowledge and experience with CAD software:
Pro-E, Solidworks Understanding of commonly-used concepts, practices, and procedures within the engineering field.
Excellent oral and written communications skills.
Successful project management experience Experience with successful product launches and methodology Solid knowledge of ERP systems.
SAP preferred.
Willing to travel up to 10%-15% (including internationally) for machine evaluations, training, customer visits, etc.

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