Process Control Engineer
ARi, headquartered in East Peoria, IL, USA, is a rapidly expanding global engineering enterprise. The essence of our "i" symbolizes our distinctiveness from competitors an embodiment of innovation, intelligence, ingenuity, and insight. Boasting a diverse team of over 1,500 engineering experts hailing from various nations and cultures across the globe, we are excellently poised to provide intricate and personalized resolutions to our esteemed clients.
At ARi, our engineers form the foundation of our strategic endeavors aimed at constructing cutting-edge solutions within the industry. Their efforts serve to strengthen both ARi and its worldwide clientele, as they collaborate, integrate, and verify embedded and control software systems. ARi grants entry to state-of-the-art training, tools, and technology, offering an expansive career trajectory as a frontrunner in technology. Join ARi to contribute to a global influence that knows no bounds!
We are looking for a Manufacturing Engineer to join our team. The ideal candidate will be responsible for developing and improving manufacturing processes by analyzing product and manufacturing methods. You will be responsible for designing, implementing, and maintaining manufacturing systems, procedures, and techniques. The ideal candidate should have outstanding knowledge and understanding various processes involved in engine assembly and testing and at least 2-4 years of experience is required. A bachelor's degree in manufacturing, mechanical or Industrial engineering is required.
- Maintain and communicate quality issues to suppliers.
- Work with suppliers to provide corrective actions (Both ICA and PCA).
- Collaborate with suppliers and production teams.
- Support Supplier development on PPAP and QCLDM metrics.
- Track Return Material Authorizations
- Perform Root Cause Corrective Action and document PFMEA
- Worked with design engineering to identify and resolve equipment and tooling-based issues.
- Responsible for all process control related functions in support of foundry operations.
- Bachelors degree in manufacturing, mechanical or Industrial engineering required.
- At least 2-4 years of experience is required
Knowledge on RCCA, PFMEA, Experience with PPAP and APQP.
Furthermore, a 401(k) program is maintained for eligible employees. Embracing diversity as a strength, we welcome individuals from all walks of life, as we believe it fortifies our organization. If you're seeking to join a team that values diversity, upholds employee well-being, and fulfills professional needs, we encourage you to apply today!