Manufacturing Engineer Job Highlights
|Type||Full Time (1st Shift)|
|Location||York, PA, United States|
Harley-Davidson is an American motorcycle manufacturer. It designs, assembles, and markets motorcycles and motorcycle accessories and parts. The company also offers motorcycle-related general merchandise on a wholesale basis; provides wholesale and retail financing, and insurance programs to its dealers and customers.
Harley-Davidson Motor Company Vehicle Operations facility in York has its final assembly plant. It performs a variety of manufacturing operations, including fabrication, welding, polishing, painting, and producing a wide range of current and replacement parts for all models.
The company is looking for a Manufacturing Engineer who will do the following things-
- Enhance assembly manufacturing by assuring that the process tooling, documentation, and equipment are set up for optimum safety, quality, delivery, and cost requirements.
- Provide technical support to analyze and develop manufacturing control systems.
- Interface with Advanced Manufacturing, Quality, Product Engineering, Process Engineering, and Operations to ensure successful New Product Launch events and drive day to day improvements for current production.
- Develop LEAN initiatives to drive manufacturing efficiency improvements for safety, quality, delivery, and cost.
- The applicants should have a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical/Manufacturing Engineering (preferred) from a university or college.
- The candidates typically require a minimum of 3 years of related experience.
Other different levels are opened. Their requirements are as follows-
- Associate Level – internships, 0-1 year of experience
- Intermediate Level – 3 years of experience
- Lead/Staff – 8 years of experience
- Senior/Professional – 5 years of experience
- Interface with supervisors, process leads, product engineers, and operators in the development of tools, fixtures, and machines to support existing and new product and process design
- Participate with product engineering to design parts for manufacturability
- Provide instruction, guidance/training in the development of new processes and in the resolution of manufacturing problems
- Provide processes that meet Harley-Davidson’s standards in quality, ergonomics, and safety along with sustaining required production rates
- Provide productivity improvements to reduce total manufacturing cycle time
- Provide robust processes, tools, and gages to reduce variation in the manufacturing process.
- Reduce overall costs through tooling and process improvements
- Support the development and implementation of systems and processes to ensure continuous improvement, world-class-level quality, and a high-performance work environment
- Demonstrated project management skills.
- Demonstrated understanding and practical application of lean manufacturing techniques.
- Detail process planning includes work balancing, work standard development, operator and equipment utilization, ergonomics, PFMEA, quality controls, tooling, fixturing, and gaging.
- Experience with formal problem-solving methodology.
- Knowledge of ISO 9000 standards and their relationship to company policies, procedures, and instructions.
- Knowledge of PLC programming and troubleshooting capability.
- Knowledge of process control and quality assurance, SPC, and process capability, documentation/information using CAD, Network/software, and PC applications.
- The company offers an inclusive compensation package for all full-time salaried employees including, but not limited to, annual bonus programs, health insurance benefits, a 401k program, onsite fitness centers, employee stores, employee discounts on products and accessories, and more.
Harley-Davidson is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The company is committed to attracting and retaining diverse talent from all backgrounds, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, gender identity, age, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
To apply for this job please visit jobs.harley-davidson.com.