Manufacturing Engineer II in Depew, NY
PCB Piezotronics, Inc. Posted: 2021-09-08
Depew, NY 14043
PCB IS HIRING!!
We are seeking an experienced Manufacturing Engineer at our new Crystals facility. PCB is a sensor manufacturing company that makes many of the components that go into the final sensor. The main responsibility of the position will be working with the Engineering and Production teams to develop and monitor the thermal (sintering and aging), mechanical (pressing and machining), chemical (electroless plating) and electrical (poling) processes used to manufacture piezoelectric ceramics.
A strong understanding of the processes used to make ceramic powder, such as raw material batching, mixing, calcining, milling and spray drying is a plus. The engineer will also be responsible for using data collection and analysis tools to continuously improve quality and cost of the product and will have the opportunity to procure and implement new capital equipment to keep up with growing demand.
PCB is involved in the development of technology controlled by the International Traffic in Arms Regulations. For the purpose of our compliance with U.S. Export Control laws, U.S. citizenship or permanent resident/green card is required.
Education/Training: Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Manufacturing Engineering, Engineering Technology or equivalent.
Experience: Minimum 4 years Manufacturing Engineering experience.
Physical Demands: Able to perform essential functions with or without reasonable accommodation.
Manufacturing processes expertise
Formal problem solving methodologies
Lean, Six-Sigma, DOE and statistical analysis
Manufacturing process development, routers & work-instructions
Check out our current opportunities at www.pcb.com/jobs
Why join our team? PCB offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes:
• 100% company paid healthcare premiums
• Vision, Dental & Life Insurance
• Paid holidays and time-off
• Tuition Reimbursement
• Regular Employee Rewards / Recognition
Please see complete description and apply online using the link below.