Manufacturing Engineer - CNC Machining

Assisting my client, a medical manufacturing company in Staunton, VA in their search for a direct hire for a Manufacturing Engineer – CNC Machining.

Salary is negotiable based on experience $69k - $105k, accompanied by an excellent benefit package. RELOCATION packages are available!!!

For immediate consideration please email your resume to melissa.adams@adeccona.com or call 804-387-2794 and ask for Melissa.


2019 is here! Are you looking to get out of your old job and into a company that empowers their employees, has a focus on innovation, and strives for continuous improvement? Located in Staunton, Virginia is seeking an experienced Manufacturing Engineer that is well versed in CNC Machining to join our machining cell.
What makes this role unique and inspiring?

This role will be a large contributor in leading the growth of new product development for our medical and commercial device markets.


This is a hands-on, active role in the company - you will get your hands dirty!
You will not be sitting at a computer all day long; instead you will take ownership of all aspects of the role and physically drive them to completion.
The selected candidate must be professional, proactive, self-motivated, and experienced in developing machining and manufacturing processes in support of Product Realization teams.
The selected individual will represent Manufacturing Engineering during both new product development and ongoing manufacturing support.

Must haves for the role (requirements to be considered for the role)

Solid background with milling, turning, and mill-turn processes.
Required experience in CAD modeling programs- SolidWorks preferred.
Required experience with machine programming- M/G code, CNC, and/or conversational programming languages.

Required experience with CAM software – Esprit preferred.

Experience with advanced CNC programming for production processes.
Hands on. Personally run various types of CNC machining equipment to execute prototype orders.
3 years minimum relevant machining experience required.

Deadline to apply: This exciting opportunity will close to all internal applicants on Friday, January 11, 2019 at 10 AM.
Important Note: This position is open to both internal and external applicants.
Resume requirements: An updated resume is required as part of the recruitment and selection process for this role - this requirement was determined by the hiring manager. Candidates are encouraged to provide specific/detailed information regarding their experience and skill-set on their application and/or resume.
Education/Experience:

Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent CNC Machining experience - BS preferred.
CAM Programming experience is required.
3 years minimum relevant machining experience.
Experience with advanced CNC programming for production processes.
Demonstrated experience with metals, coatings, plating, and heat treatment.
Familiarity with cutting tool design and speed/feed rates.
Practical application of manufacturing processes (honing, burnishing, polishing, assembly, and washing processes).
Experience within a medical, automotive, aerospace, or other highly regulated manufacturing environment is desired.
Lean Manufacturing and or Six Sigma experience a plus

Soft-Skill Requirements:

Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to work effectively in a team environment with Shop Associates, Purchasing Professionals, Process Planners, Quality Managers, Production Managers, as well as Customer Engineering groups.
Proactive, self-motivated, able to take initiative.

Computer-Skills:

Required experience in CAD Modeling programs – SolidWorks preferred.
Required experience with machine programming - M/G code CNC and/or conversational programming languages.
Required experience with CAM Software – Esprit preferred.
Proficiency in using MS Office, Internet, and e-mail.

Overview of General Responsibilities of the Role:

Review new customer opportunities in a team environment.
Work with customers to improve product manufacturability, (DFM).
Conceptualize, prototype, and develop new CNC Machining processes.
Design, order, and build tooling & fixtures.
Write machine motion programs using CAM, CNC, and/or conversational programming languages.
Personally run various types of CNC Machining equipment to execute prototype orders.
Document procedures and create work instructions.
Train manufacturing associates in the execution of processes.
Assist in development of measurement techniques.
Assist in development of new custom equipment.
Execute equipment and process qualifications.
Validate machining processes for medical devices and/or components used within them.
Stay current in medical regulatory requirements as they pertain to device manufacturing.
Must exhibit excellent organizational and time management ability.
Manage own objectives and workloads.
Work with minimal supervision.
Manage multiple tasks / priorities simultaneously.


Benefits: A comprehensive benefit-packet including (but not all encompassing): Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, Flexibility/Work-life-balance, incentive plan, multiple health insurance plans, dental, vision, company-paid life insurance, voluntary life insurance, Short & Long Term Disability, Supplemental plans: accident, cancer, hospital indemnity, and more!


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