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Production Engineer

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Provide technical support to ensure our manufacturing operations can deliver conforming product on-time to the customer.


Take ownership of product from the receipt of the Purchase Order through the Delivery of Tooling and Documentation to the Operations Team. Coordinate with Sales, Operations, and Quality to realize customer requirements, industry standards, and schedule priority.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Review Order and all relevant Engineering Specifications. Coordinate with Applications Engineering on added/revised requirements that may affect pricing to the customer
  • Create Routing and a Bill of Materials in our ERP System (Epicor) conforming to customer requirements and company manufacturing standards. Work with Materials to identify approved suppliers for subcontract operations.
  • Create Manufacturing drawings and part-specific Inspection Documents, both In-Process and Final) identifying critical dimensions to customer applications and manufacturing tolerance.
  • Adhere to and support EFG’s engineering policies, procedures and guidelines.
  • Maintain electronic document control and standardization to improve communication with organization objectives.
  • Provide technical expertise to help solve customer or application issues.


  • Educational Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical or Industrial Engineering, or 2-year technical college education plus equivalent work experience
  • Language: Fluent and well-spoken with good communication skills.
  • Excellent computer skills which include:
  • MS-Office: Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint
  • AutoCAD LT
  • DEFORM or similar programs not necessary but preferred.
  • ERP experience preferred.
  • Thorough understanding of standard engineering practices
  • Strong organizational skills, able to work independently prioritizing tasks
  • Strong focus on ‘Doing it right’
  • High passion, energy, drive, and intelligence
  • High levels of initiative and curiosity
  • Strong sense of urgency


Operate computer and keyboard; able to use phone; sit for long periods; communicate using speech, hearing and vision skills. Travel possible up to 10%

Additional Qualifiers:

  • Degree in Mechanical or Industrial Engineering or 2-year technical degree
  • 3+ years product engineering experience
  • Experience handling items from “purchase order to floor manufacturing”
  • Routing knowledge/experience (Bill of Materials [BOM] and Bill of Operations [BOO]
  • Customer visit experience and/or contact/connection with customers through the Sales team
  • Experience with process standardization
  • Experience working with suppliers
  • Strong time management skills
  • Tooling design and implementation experience.
  • We offer a competitive compensation and benefit package including bonuses, medical, dental, vision, 401k savings plan, training and education, safety equipment reimbursement and more.

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