This opening is for a Manufacturing Engineer in the Mechanical Engineering Directorate of Raytheon's Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) business unit. This position is based in Andover, MA, and will support Circuit Card Assembly.
Duties will include support of daily assembly processes, change incorporation and updating of process documents, release of new products to mainstream production and problem solving with attention to true root cause and corrective actions. Attention to detail and an innovative approach to problem solving will contribute to success in this position.
U.S. Citizenship status is required as this position will need a U.S. Security Clearance within 1 year of start date.
NOTE: This position can be a Salary Grade E02 or E03 based on the candidate's qualifications as they relate to the skills, experience and responsibility requirements for the position.
Support Circuit Card assembly operations for the IDS value stream in the Circuit Card Assembly (CCA) Center of Excellence
Update process documentation and implement change notifications
Coordinate non-recurring engineering and production release tasks
Engage with Quality Engineering and customers to drive to root cause solutions and implement effective corrective actions
Disposition non-conforming and field-returned hardware
Integrate and manage both non-recurring and production activities
Partner with the programs to achieve affordability, schedule and quality goals.
2+ years of Circuit Card Assembly or equivalent experience
Experience with Microsoft office products
U.S. Citizenship is required.
New product introduction implementation experience
Ability to work well and communicate with both management and operators
A good understanding of design influences on circuit cards producibility
Confidential Security Clearance
Understanding of lean manufacturing principles
Good verbal and problem solving skills
Experience with Earned Value Management System
PRISM, Visiprise, VBS experience
Required Education (including Major):
BS in engineering or related sciences