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The Wind Turbine Manufacturing Engineer will demonstrate leadership in communicating business goals, programs, and processes for an area or business segment. You will utilize your experience and expertise to solve problems, develop and execute objectives for self and others, and have the ability to effect short-term and some long-term business goals.

Essential Responsibilities:
As the Wind Turbine Manufacturing Engineer, you will:
Manage large projects involving equipment development and installation
Develop and maintain manufacturing methods and create process routing
Design and build / procure necessary tooling and finishing within budgets
Support equipment upgrades from purchase through installation
Conduct cost / benefit analysis for changes to processes and/or equipment
Support Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) projects
Drive Process Improvement / Cycle Reduction initiatives and drive productivity improvements via process changes or improvements
Ensure processes contribute to a safe work environment
Identify and reduce sources of labor efficiency variations
Identify and reduce product quality issues caused by process variation
Support the quality function through integration of International Organization for Standardization (ISO) / Quality Control (QC) documentation and Manufacturing methods instructions
Lead high impact process and quality improvement projects yielding significant reduction in defects and increased productivity
Lead New Technology Initiatives (NTI) and share best practices with other locations
Utilize Lean Six Sigma manufacturing principles and participate in action workouts to improve process capability, reduce overall costs and increase capacity
Develop budgets to support yearly planning processes

Bachelor’s Degree in an Engineering field from an accredited college or university
Minimum of 3 years of experience in an industrial equipment manufacturing environment

Desired Characteristics:
Experience with industrial power tools (i.e., pneumatic, electric, and battery)
Experience with technical trouble shooting on equipment, tools, machines, or engines
Junior Military Officer (JMO)
Strong mechanical and/or electrical design ability
Experience with heavy industrial assembly processes involving overhead cranes
Ability to read engineering drawings and specifications
Ability to manage priorities and achieve results
Ability to build consensus at all levels around process changes and facilitate employee initiated improvements
Exposure to / knowledge of Lean Six Sigma or equivalent
Strong Project Management, oral and written communication skills
Strong manufacturing process knowledge
Strong interpersonal and leadership skills
Junior Officer Leadership Program (JOLP) / Operations Management Leadership Program (OMLP) graduate or equivalent leadership / development program graduate
Six Sigma Green Belt Certified or equivalent quality certification
Demonstrated ability to solve technical issues and implement solutions that account for ergonomic, quality and cost considerations


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