PDS is seeking Industrial Engineers for an assignment in Mobile, AL. In this position the ideal candidate would be responsible for determining the most effective ways to manufacture an Aircraft. Develops ways to increase productivity, maximize efficiency, and manage human capital more effectively.
Develop most efficient ways to use people, machines, materials and information
Help production and support functions to increase productivity.
Optimize methods of business organization.
Study product requirements and design manufacturing and information systems to meet requirements.
Develop management control systems.
Apply statistical methods and perform mathematical calculations to determine manufacturing processes, staff requirements, and production standards.
Assist in financial planning and cost analysis.
Design production planning and control systems.
Design methods to ensure product quality.
Resolve production problems.
Evaluate effects of product design changes
for management review, action, and control.
Estimate production costs.
Create sampling procedures and designs.
Evaluate accuracy of production and testing equipment.
Study and rearrange org charts, material flow, and operations sequence.
Coordinate quality control objectives and activities to resolve production problems, maximize product reliability, and minimize cost.
Communicate with management and user personnel to develop production standards
Ensure consistency of operations and products in the Single Aisle program
Qualifications/Basic Job Requirements:
2-5 years of experience in aviation
Experience working with Client specific Aircraft
Knowledge of basic Production and Quality rules in aviation
A Bachelor's Degree in Manufacturing, Engineering or a relevant field.
Experience in a multi-cultural work environment.
Working Conditions/Physical Demands:
Vision: able to see and read computer screen and other electronic equipment with screens, able to read documents, reports and engineering drawings.
Hearing: able to hear to participate in conversations in person and via teleconference or phone and to hear sounds on production floor including safety warnings or alarms.
Speaking: able to speak in conversations and meetings, deliver information and participate in communications.
Equipment Operation (personal computer, telephone, copies, fax machine, and related office equipment and using electronic identification card to enter building floors and internal doors): able to operate most office and personal electronic equipment and some tools including production tools such as hydraulic lifts.
Carrying: able to carry documents, tools, drawings, electronic equipment up to 30lbs/14kgs.
Lifting: able to lift documents, tools, drawings, electronic equipment up to 30lbs/14kgs.
Pushing / Pulling: able to push and pull small office furniture and some equipment and tools.
Sitting: able to sit for long periods of time in meetings, working on computer.
Squatting / Kneeling: able to squat or kneel to retrieve or replace items stored on low shelving.
Standing: able to stand for discussions in offices or on production floor.
Travel: able to travel independently and at short notice.
Walking (include routine walking such as to a shared printer to retrieve documents): able to walk through office and production areas including uneven surfaces.