Just 4 miles from Fort Lauderdale’s sunny beaches, Dayton Granger, Inc designs, produces and supplies cutting edge avionics products in support of current and upcoming programs for commercial, general aviation and military customers. Celebrating 80 years of extensive experience, DG provides stability to its employees while maintaining the comforts of a small company environment. Relocation Assistance Offered
Come join our talented team of Engineers, Technicians, Operators and Support Staff where we provide Great Work-life Balance!
Specific position duties/responsibilities of the Manufacturing Engineer:
- Design and create new process flow and work instructions with the correct process lead times, capacity analysis, and resources (machines and labor).
- Assist in the development and implementation of advanced production processes and tooling methodologies.
- Develop and execute engineering evaluation plans for experimental or analysis of new materials, new processes or new improvements.
- Resolve technical process problems of significant impact to performance, cost or schedule.
- Review, analyze and coordinate the implementation of methods and procedures to control and improve manufacturing processes. Assist in the implementation of Lean principles and technologies.
- Participate in design, optimization, commissioning, or validation of newly procured or existing equipment as the automation lead.
- Implement and maintain process FMEA (Failure mode and effect analysis) on all DG core processes in the effort to mitigate the risk of process failures and their severity. Maintain DG manufacturing best practice database and workmanship standard.
- Other assigned tasks by management.
- Follows all DG safety procedures as per company policies and per the Facility Engineer/Safety Director
Special Skills/training required for the Manufacturing Engineer:
- Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical or Manufacturing Engineering or similar discipline.
- Minimum 6 years experience in a manufacturing environment working with assembly processes.
- Strong Analytical Skills and ability to collect, organize, synthesize, and analyze data; summarize findings; develop conclusions and recommendations from appropriate data sources.
- Proven leadership abilities, and strong written & verbal communication
WHO WE ARE
Dayton-Granger, Inc. “DG” has been in business for 80 years as a leading supplier of avionic products to the aerospace industry with customers, including commercial airframe manufacturers, military program managers and general aviation aircraft manufacturers.
The “DG Team" is a community of employees, each contributing their diverse knowledge, experiences, and expertise to exceed customer expectations, adhere to quality standards, and address each challenge with determination and out of the box thinking.
WHY YOU’LL LOVE WORKING WITH US
We are a multi-generational team with members representing a diversity of cultures, educational backgrounds, experience levels and ideas all "making it happen" from one location in beautiful, coastal South Florida.
We are a well-established, long-standing supplier providing cutting edge products in support of long term aerospace programs, while at the same time developing new products to meet the needs of new customers, programs and up and coming markets.
DG loves its employees! Length of service milestones are celebrated company-wide and employees may make selections of anniversary gifts.
Medical Insurance (choice of 3 options), Dental Insurance (PPO and DHMO offered), Vision Coverage, Complimentary Basic Life Insurance, Supplemental Life Coverage, Long and Short term Disability Coverage, Mental Health Benefits, Paid Time Off, Paid Holidays, Paid Parental Leave, 401(k) with matching contributions, tuition reimbursement, team building activities, relocation assistance, length of service/milestone anniversary gifts, and an on-site gym.
Are you ready to "take the controls" of your career by joining our dynamic team? If so, please apply now!
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
This position requires use of or access to information subject to the Export Administration Regulations (“EAR") or the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (“ITAR"). Accordingly, all applicants must be U.S. persons within the meaning of these regulations. Under ITAR, a U.S. person is defined as a U.S. Citizen, U.S. Permanent Resident, or a person who is a protected individual under the Immigration and Naturalization Act (8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3)).