Associate Manufacturing Process Engineer – Electromechanical Assemblies

Full Time

As an Associate Manufacturing Process Engineer for electromechanical assemblies, your primary role is to support development of manufacturing processes for electromechanical assemblies which yield reliable high-quality assemblies at the lowest possible cost.

Functions & Responsibilities

In the role of an Associate Manufacturing Process Engineer- Electromechanical Assemblies:

  • You will support the development and implementation of manufacturing process technologies, methods, and techniques for electromechanical assemblies.
  • You will implement new equipment and new processes including identification, purchasing, validation, implementation, and training as part of a total solution.
  • You will assist in process development to positively impact quality, cost, and efficiency.
  • You will develop and maintain product assembly procedures.
  • You will coordinate the implementation of product design changes.
  • You will design production jigs and fixtures to aid assembly operations with a focus on safety/comfort, labor reduction and defect prevention.
  • You will investigate and diagnose product manufacturing issues.
  • You will resolve problems inhibiting the efficient flow of the manufacturing process.
  • You will assist in providing technical training in manufacturing techniques, methods, and processes to manufacturing associates.
  • You will provide technical support to manufacturing for process and product specific issues.

Job Requirements

The skills you need to succeed:

  • You must have the ability to work as a member of a team.
  • You must have the ability to work in environments experiencing routine and rapid change.
  • You must be comfortable in a fast paced, dynamic environment.
  • You will have excellent organization and decision-making skills.
  • You must have a high level of energy and enthusiasm.
  • You need an understanding of lean manufacturing concepts.
  • You should have experience with 2d & 3d CAD design/modeling of assemblies, schematics, parts, and draft creation.
  • You must have a basic understanding of mechanical component tolerancing: GD&T preferred.
  • You must have strong software abilities: MS Office – Word, Excel & Outlook proficiency necessary.

Educational Requirements

Education & experience of a successful candidate:

  • 2-year college degree in related field w/ minimum of 2 years of appropriate work experience or
  • B.S. in Engineering in Electrical (EE or EET), Mechanical (ME or MET), or Industrial (IE, IET).


Enercon Technologies offers a competitive benefits package.