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This is the career you’ve been waiting for your whole life. Joining the Stanley Black & Decker team means working in an innovative, tech-driven and highly collaborative team environment supported by over 58,000 professionals in 60 countries across the globe. Here, you’ll get the unique chance to impact some of the world’s most iconic brands including STANLEY TOOLS, DEWALT, CRAFTSMAN, MAC TOOLS and Black & Decker. Your ideas and solutions have the potential to reach millions of customers as we work together to write the next chapter in our history. Come build with us and take your career to new heights.
Who We Are
We’re the World’s largest tool company. We’re industry visionaries. We’re solving problems and advancing the manufacturing trade through innovative technology and our Industry 4.0 Initiative. We are committed to ensuring our state-of-the-art “smart factory” products and services provide greater quality to our customers & greater environmental and social value to our planet. We are unique in that we have a rich and storied history dating back to 1843, but that hasn't stopped us from evolving into a vibrant, diverse, global growth company.
STANLEY Infrastructure, a division of Stanley Black & Decker, is a global manufacturer of hydraulic tools and attachments with world class brands such as STANLEY, Paladin, LaBounty and Pengo. STANLEY Infrastructure has rich history focusing on bringing innovative solutions to market and is recognized around the world for the strength of its people, products and brands.
STANLEY Infrastructure is a growth platform with plans to double its revenue over the next few years through organic growth and strong corporate M&A commitment.
Who You Are
You’re a curious problem solver who has the ability to bring big ideas to life. You’re creative and scrappy but can navigate a large organization with ease. You’re agile and adaptable but work with precision to ensure we deliver top-notch customer experiences, always. You also have:
The successful candidate who performs well in this role will have growth opportunities available within the business. Learn more about the Stanley Infrastructure business at www.stanleyinfrastructure.com and learn more about Stanley Black & Decker at www.stanleyblackanddecker.com.
- Four (4) year technical degree in Mechanical Engineering / Industrial Engineering or Plastics Technology.
- Strong knowledge of the automotive marketplace, its customers and business climate
- Proven ability to develop robust program launch schedules and to drive organization, time management and effective prioritization in order to hit program timelines
What You’ll Do
As a Manufacturing Engineer you will utilize your project management and engineering experience to develop and implement manufacturing processes for industrial equipment manufacturing. This role will work closely with new product engineering, quality, purchasing and sales to launch redundant and new product lines. Concurrent to new products the individual will be responsible for day to day management existing manufacturing processes.
. Specifically you’ll:
- Utilizes knowledge of design, materials, metal fabrication, weld, powder coat and assembly to develop or optimize new or existing manufacturing processes.
- Research product requirements and utilize manufacturing knowledge to develop manufacturing processes.
- Improving manufacturing processes by analyzing cell layouts, process flow diagrams, spaghetti diagrams and implementing waste reduction projects.
- Management of material waste reduction projects.
- Provide and present decision-making data by calculating labor, material and overhead costs utilizing estimation tools and validating actuals.
- Review of bill of manufacturing costs on new and existing products.
- Management of change management projects utilizing detailed project plans and timelines.
- Design and/or design management of new product weld, assembly and work holding fixturing.
- Develop, present and obtain approval of business cases for Capital Requests.
- A3 or 8D management of failures. Failures can include but are not limited to customer quality concerns, equipment breakdowns or plant process failures.
- Rebalance product lines to optimize throughput and minimize manufacturing waste.
- Design, prototype and manage build and timeline new robotic weld fixturing.
- Investigate and research new manufacturing processing technologies.
- Support skilled trades in equipment troubleshooting and routine maintenance.
- Development of PM schedules and train skilled trades on tasks.
- May be responsible to supervise, technologists, technicians, or other engineers.
- Review or approve designs, calculations, or cost estimates.
- Generate work instructions, train operators for new or improved processes.
- Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.