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Manufacturing Engineering Manager

Company Name:
API Heat Transfers
### Job Description
Position Purpose:
Provide support to production, production equipment, procedures, process instructions, and facilities of Airtech Covrad GT US
Responsibilities:
1. Manage Manufacturing engineering department including facilities, maintenance and tool room responsibilities in both Franklin and Iron Ridge.
2. Responsible for managing multiple projects by working with others to successfully support process and product improvements at the Franklin/Iron Ridge facilities.
3. Identify and develop equipment and process needs for new product lines and any technical integration efforts.
4. Develop and manage the Capital Plan based on business objectives and facilities / equipment needs.
5. Assist production as required; repair, rework, or modify product material and resolve process problems
6. Assist production as required where other expertise cannot.
7. Responsibilities include process improvement, capital appropriations, cost savings, quality improvement, and safety.
8. Act as consultant to production, maintenance, engineering, and sales.
### Skills/Requirements
Skills/Competencies:
1. Adaptability
2. Strong technical and mechanical engineering skills
3. Business acumen
4. Calm under pressure
5. Decisive
6. Written and oral communication
7. Driven for results
8. Internal consulting skills
9. Judgment
10. Organization
11. Effective problem resolution
12. Process improvement
Education and Experience:
1. Bachelor's degree in Manufacturing Engineering or related field required,
2. 5 years experience working in a Manufacturing Engineering or Project Management role required.
3. Heat transfer required.
4. Prior project management required

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