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Process Engineer – Multiple Openings

Job Description

  • Location: Norcross, Georgia
  • Type: Direct Hire
  • Job #68008
  • Salary: $90,000
Process Engineer – Multiple Openings

Leading automation company has immediate openings for Process Engineers to join their team. These are direct hire opportunities in Norcross, GA.

Salary of the Process Engineer: 

Responsibilities of the Process Engineer:

  • Plan production requirements for engine assembly line based upon production levels. 
  • Research, create, and maintain production material system documentation 
  • Research, create, and maintain production assembly BOM documentation. 
  • Maintain production documentation. 
  • Determine technical resources (tools, equipment, infrastructure) needed to accomplish engine assembly. 
  • Support new fastener tooling run-off. Validate fastener tooling for application. 
  • Support day to day operation as a technical resource. 
  • Research, determine, and implement plant floor layout and operational methods. 
Qualifications of the Process Engineer:
  • Bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering or mechanical engineering 
  • 2+ Experience in a manufacturing (machining/assembly) environment 
  • Experience in implementing machining equipment and processes 
  • Experience with AutoCad systems
Process Engineers apply today! 
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