Ideal Industries, Inc
Racine, WI, United States
Operations Engineer Technician
Cree Lighting is looking for a self-motivated, hands-on operations engineering technician to support industry leading LED based lighting products. This individual will work within a cross-functional group consisting of engineering, product development and operations to sustain and support high volume production. A successful candidate will be a resourceful problem solver that will quickly work around technical obstacles.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Support the operations team by reducing downtime at the assembly lines.
Own and complete projects which will improve SQDCI metrics.
Understand work instructions and wiring diagrams in depth and use them to find and correct assembly issues.
Create MES routes, fix \u2018out of spec\u2019 errors, modify character BOMs and create bouncers.
Log issues in the Downtime Tracker, fix issues logged by line supports and find ways to prevent repeat issues.
Sign off on WORFs after understand why the changes are necessary.
Troubleshoot EOL and photometric issues when a simple solution cannot be found.
Modify EOL and photometric parameters to match control plan requirements.
Navigate Oracle, Arena and DBWorks to review BOMs, prints and reference manufacturing specs.
Review deviations and ECOs to ensure that the production lines are using correct parts.
Participate on R3 teams, in 6S events and on root cause/corrective action teams.
Observe pilot builds to gain knowledge on upcoming changes to products.
Note: Opening is for 3rd shift.
What can Cree Lighting do for you?
As an engineering operations technician, you will work with various teams throughout the company to provide operations support. During your time with Cree, you\u2019ll have a great opportunity to learn new manufacturing processes and develop new skills with a focus on career advancement through educational assistance, professional growth, and personal development.
What can you do for Cree Lighting?
Support the operations team by reducing downtime and improve our SQDCI metrics by completing projects focused in those areas.
What you will need for success:
Two-year degree from a technical school in electrical or mechanical field or 1-3 years of demonstrated manufacturing experience
Communicate with assemblers/line supports to identify issues, then after resolving the issue, communicate the solution
A desire to learn new skills and problem solve
Quickly and accurately capture and understand data
Be well-organized, able to set priorities with assistance and complete tasks efficiently
Have a basic mechanical aptitude
Ability to collaborate and communicate within cross-functional teams
Experience with Office products (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) \u2013 General computer knowledge
Strong personal work ethic with \u2018Do Whatever It Takes\u2019 attitude
Attention to detail
Self-starter, high-energy, strong drive for accomplishment
Good written and verbal communication
Resourceful, hands-on, problem solving individual with initiative and drive to work around technical obstacles
Machine shop experience is a bonus
Ideal Industries, Inc
Website : http://www.idealindustries.com