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Manufacturing Engineer

Manufacturing Engineer

Posted on February 06, 2019
Located in Barrie
Job Description 

Prodomax is a specialized industrial engineering firm focused on designing complex automation with a blue-chip customer base and a tremendous track record since it was founded in 1971. Prodomax operates from two facilities with a combined footprint of 200,000 square feet and 200+ employees in Barrie, Ontario. In July 2018, Prodomax joined forces with Jenoptik with approximately 3,600 employees working from facilities in 80 countries. Jenoptik’s key capabilities include optics, lasers, metrology and automation servicing the automotive, life sciences and semi-conductor industries.

As a Manufacturing Engineer, you will provide process/manufacturing expertise on a variety of welding and assembly automation projects and will report directly to the Mechanical Design Manager.

Prodomax has earned many prestigious awards for its advanced processes including:

  • Best Managed Companies Award
  • Best Managed Companies Gold Award
  • Barrie Chamber of Commerce – Business Excellence Award
  • Barrie Chamber of Commerce – Innovation Award

Our Benefits:

  • Competitive salary and profit-sharing bonus
  • Comprehensive Group Health & Dental Benefit Plan
  • Employee assistance and wellness programs
  • Employee training, development, tuition and professional fees reimbursement
  • Partial tuition reimbursement for employees’ Children enrolled in technical program at recognized Canadian college/university
  • Annual performance management review
  • Safe, professional work environment
  • Casual business dress
  • $1,000 referral fee if you recommend an approved permanent hire – family & friends included
  • Safety shoes and safety glasses reimbursement
  • Prodomax Employee Excellence Recognition (PEER) Awards 
Job requirements: 
Previous experience an asset
Provide detailed process flow and manufacturing plans, including concept development and the research of new manufacturing technologies
Oversee and participate in the analysis of incoming customer information and system layouts
Demonstrate a good understanding of relevant manufacturing processes, equipment cycle times and equipment cost
Provide detailed cycle time analysis for automated equipment and operator work flow
Interface with suppliers and vendors of specialized automation and manufacturing components to spec and get quotes for equipment
Lead process simulation activities
Detailed weld process analysis
Qualifications: 
Bachelors degree
Bachelor degree or diploma in an engineering discipline preferred
Manufacturing and process development experience particularly with MIG and Resistance welding systems
Experience with jig and fixture design
Experience with automation control systems and industrial robotics
Experience with SolidWorks, AutoCAD, MS Project, Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel
Soft skills: 
Time management / organizational skills
Term of employment: 
Full-time
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