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Staff Manufacturing Engineer

Last Updated Date:  Nov 15, 2022

South Windsor, CT, US, 06074

Company:  HyAxiom

Job Information

Responsible for operational performance supporting the timely and accurate fabrication/assembly of fuel cell components, subassemblies, and full-scale units. Support, participate in/lead manufacturing engineering teams working on allocation of resources, fabrication/assembly processes, non-conformance pursuit/resolution, and for planned/unplanned performance of complex fabrication and assembly issues. Oversee, lead, and perform ME duties/tasks in conjunction with procurement, materials, engineering, and quality groups to support the upgrading, installation, and commissioning of new floor equipment/facilities upgrades. Concentrated collaboration with/across a variety of engineering disciplines, supply chain and other groups with a focus on hourly assembly/test functions, processes, and equipment. Intense focus on non-conformance identification and prompt, thorough data collection/assessments, to determine root cause and remedial actions with a timely, cost-effective, and customer-focused approach. Strong emphasis on sharing skills/knowledge, mentoring others/supporting employee skill development.

Role & Responsibility

  • Focus on team leadership/support to drive and achieve fabrication/assembly objectives
  • Seek new opportunities to advance/improve production operations in terms of equipment/process/cost/performance and productivity elevation
  • Support long-term strategic vision to include and drive toward achievement of organizational/customer objectives
  • Ability to understand/influence and convey priorities with the right sense of urgency/importance
  • Committed to follow-up/follow through with sustained energy level through to completion of tasks
  • Lead by clearly understanding/translating organizational needs and vision into clear priorities and messages to lead the work toward the vision.  Similarly clarify modifications/redirections to the vision
  • Respect individual differences/utilize diverse thinking as contributions to organizational growth/success
  • Provide help/direction to others and act as a resource without removing responsibility
  • Display organizational savvy. Know where to go or where to direct others to overcome barriers and reach the right people/resources to resolve issues
  • Coaches/mentors others and helps prepare them to meet current/future business needs

Job Requirements- Education and Experience

  • BA/BS degree with 6-10+ years of experience
  • MA/MS degree with 4-7+ years of experience
  • PhD degree with 2-4+ years of experience
  • Strong technical foundation in manufacturing engineering
  • Effective tactical/strategic individual and team leadership support
  • Experienced/skilled in the use of quality and process improvement tools, with focus on innovation, continuous improvement, and root cause/corrective action


  • 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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