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Manufacturing Engineer - 3rd Shift

Last Updated Date:  Jun 17, 2022

South Windsor, CT, US, 06074

Company:  HyAxiom

Job Information

Intense emphasis on non-conformance identification and prompt, thorough remedial actions to determine root cause and corrective actions in a timely, cost effective and customer-focused approach. Requires close interaction and collaboration with other engineering disciplines and hourly functions. Work effectively in a fast-paced, dynamic team environment. Committed to continuous improvement and root cause/corrective action. Support of and participation in manufacturing engineering teams and projects as assigned. Responsible for meeting production schedules, on time, at cost targets.

Role & Responsibility

  • Focus on application and use of simple to more difficult production and engineering practices and principles to achieve desired results.

  • Seek and explore new opportunities to advance and improve production operations in terms of new technology, equipment, and process

  • Actively share technical skills, expertise, and knowledge with others in daily work performance and peer development

  • Ability to understand, influence and convey processes, needs and priorities with the right sense of urgency and importance.

  • Committed to follow-up and follow through with sustained energy level through to completion of tasks.

  • Lead by understanding and translating operational and organizational needs into clear priorities and instruction. Similarly clarify modifications and redirections work in process in a timely manner

  • Display organizational savvy. Know where to go or where to direct others to overcome barriers and reach the right people and resources to resolve issues.

Job Requirement - Education & Experience

  • AA/AS degree with 4-7+ years of experience

  • BA/BS degree with 2-4+ years of experience

  • MA/MA degree with 0-2+ years of experience

  • Experience with: Industrial controls, robotics, PLC troubleshooting, automation

  • Proficient technical foundation in manufacturing engineering

  • Effective tactical individual and team support practices.

  • Experienced and skilled in the use of quality and process improvement tools, with focus on innovation, continuous improvement, and root cause/corrective action.

  • Some project management skills

  • Strong organizational and communications skills

  • Exposure to and experience with manufacturing and materials-related IT systems and programs

  • Metric usage


This position requires on-site work.

All personal information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

Questions can be addressed through the HR department at (860) 727-2200 or

Nearest Major Market: Hartford

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