The planner will perform work in creating and revising production planning for part fabrication, assembly, fixtures and tooling.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Create and maintain accurate documentation of tool drawings, design concepts, shop planning/orders and concepts in accordance with customer requirements and quality assurance functions.
Develop standard work throughout the factory and incorporate into shop planning/orders.
Provide engineering support to production departments in troubleshooting and resolution of production issues.
Perform variation analysis, as required, on complex structures and systems to validate the design and build.
Provide manufacturing engineering expertise to validate technical production and tooling solutions for implementation of existing architecture (areas of significant change to the build, design and/or technology).
May lead cross functional teams to integrate technical solutions across multiple disciplines.
Leads and implements the development of index and datum plans in support of an integrated build plan.
Conducts dimensional analysis on assemblies using statistical tolerance stacks and 3-D tolerance analysis software to validate that design-build solutions matches requirements.
Analyzes and provides producibility information and documents producibility best practices.
Analyzes design/build concepts to evaluate producible design/build definitions.
Resolves technical problems of significant impact to performance, cost or schedule.
Coordinates and implements new engineering principles, theories and advanced concepts for production planning.
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MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Degree and typical experience in engineering classification: Bachelor's and 5 or more years' experience, Master's degree with 3 or more years' experience.
The following degrees are highly preferred:
Aeronautical Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Industrial & Systems Engineering Manufacturing Engineering Manufacturing Engineering Technology Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Technology Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
ADDITIONAL QUALIFICATIONS The ideal candidate will have the following education, experience, skills and capabilities:
Minimum of 3 years of experience in manufacturing engineering or in a manufacturing environment, preferably aerospace.
1 year of applied experience performing statistical tolerance stacks and using 3-D tolerance analysis software is required.
Minimum 1 year applied experience in developing and documenting coordinated index plans and datum strategies for assemblies is required.
Experience with CAD / CAM tools and systems, CATIA V5 preferred.
General knowledge of assembly and production processes, manufacturing capabilities, and data needed for defining delivery configuration.
General knowledge of design, production, and build processes to effectively influence product design.
Knowledge of producibility and process improvement methodologies.
Works effectively and cooperatively with work group members, direct supervisor, and occasionally members of others work groups; establishes and maintains good working relationships.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Results driven performer with a continuous improvement mind-set.
High performance behaviors, self-initiative, excellent work ethic, exercises good judgment, influencing, and collaboration.
Superior interpersonal skills, delivers information clearly and factually.
Superior prioritization and planning skills. A detail oriented individual who proactively engages with business issues to avoid crisis management