Apply Engineering Fundamentals
- Employ principles, use knowledge and integrate concepts of one or more areas of engineering into the design of or improvement of a project, project component or product and to solve engineering problems.
- Apply critical thinking skills to a project or product based on knowledge of one or more areas of engineering.
- Gather information needed to fully understand the problem to be solved and form the basis for the evaluation of design alternatives.
- Contribute to the development of alternatives by analyzing the pros and cons of alternative design options, preparing those design options, and assisting in the selection of an optimized design alternative.
- Analyze the constructability or manufacturing feasibility of a project or product.
- Design a basic facility, structure, system, product, or process to meet well-defined requirements.
- Apply lessons learned from other design projects.
- Maintain knowledge of current types of systems, equipment, information technology, and specifications that accomplish specific design objectives.
- Consider human factors and ergonomics for employees creating products and for users of those products.
- Identify and prioritize the technical, environmental, economic, regulatory, and other requirements of a manufacturing project.
- Gather and analyze information to plan the manufacturing process of a product or structure.
- Analyze the pros and cons of some alternative manufacturing processes and participates in the selection of the optimum approach.
Operations and Maintenance
- Identify, during the planning and design of a system or works, the likely operation and maintenance requirements
- Develop standard operating procedures and methods for the safe and reliable operation and maintenance of engineered systems and works.
- Develop standards for maintenance that provide the greatest reliability of engineered systems and works given the scarce and limited resources that are available.
- Gather and analyze information to enable the cost-effective allocation of resources that are available for maintenance to provide the highest levels of safety and reliability of engineered systems and works.
- Identify and organize training necessary for technicians, supervisors, and workers so the organization has the capacity to effectively operate and maintain engineered systems and works.
- Create and maintain the policies and procedures for the planning, organization, supervision, and management of the maintenance and operation of engineered systems and works.
- Analyze the pros and cons of alternative operation and maintenance methods and select one.
- Development of company processes
- On the job training for machine, equipment and process updates
- Authority and responsibility to stop production when a quality or safety issue arises
- Work requires walking, talking, seeing, hearing, sitting, climbing, bending, stooping, grasping, crouching,
pushing, balancing, reaching, kneeling, and standing
- Must be able to lift up to 50lbs on a regular basis
- Must be able to reach above shoulder
- Environment requires working under high and low temperatures at certain times
Other duties as assigned