Manufacturing Engineer II | [MF-076]

Manufacturing Engineer II | [MF-076]

23 May
LMI Technologies
Metro Vancouver

23 May

LMI Technologies

Metro Vancouver

LMI Technologies, recognized as one of Canada’s Best Workplaces, is a medium-sized technology company built on a culture of openness, respect and professional excellence. At LMI our staff work passionately toward the common goal of designing and delivering innovative 3D machine vision solutions to OEMs and System Integrators working in industrial factory automation around the world. The result of this teamwork is high-performance, easy-to-implement and cost-effective 3D sensor technologies that deliver the best results in even the most challenging 3D inline inspection applications.

What will you do as an Manufacturing Engineer II?

The Manufacturing Systems Designer plays a crucial role in achieving the Engineering team's mission by bridging the gap between R&D; and manufacturing. This position focuses on ensuring optimal yield and cost-effectiveness for all LMI parts and products. Key responsibilities include supporting New Product Introduction (NPI) projects, addressing manufacturing issues, and executing sustaining and continuous engineering tasks. You will collaborate with cross-functional teams, conducting hands-on investigations of manufacturing escalations, implementing Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFMA) principles, leading cost reduction design efforts, and coordinating the setup and validation of new production lines. Reporting directly to the Engineering Manager, this role is pivotal in maintaining the quality and efficiency of our manufacturing processes.

Typical duties, responsibilities and activities include:

- Design and qualify manufacturing equipment, emphasizing capacity, automation, and preventative maintenance.
- Collaborate with cross-functional teams for new product introduction projects. Lead production transfer activities,

including the creation of work instructions and bills of materials, design manufacturing processes and equipment, coordinate validation builds, and conduct manufacturing training.
- Verify new component designs, ensuring compliance with supplier capabilities. Qualify new suppliers and conduct FAA & PPAP processes.
- Design, set up, and maintain production lines using LEAN principles.
- Execute engineering change requests, engineering change orders, and related sustaining engineering and continuous improvement initiatives.
- Address production issues, manage problem reports, conduct root cause analysis, and lead corrective actions utilizing the 8D methodology. Lead status review meetings with stakeholders.
- Provide manufacturing support, including material review board activities, manufacturing process improvement, component End-of-Life support, RMA support and production escalations.

Act as the liaison between Manufacturing and R&D; to escalate issues as needed.
- Participate in design for manufacturing and assembly reviews. Conduct design improvements and cost reduction activities, leveraging knowledge of materials, fabrication processes, tooling, and process capabilities.
- Adhere to LMI Employee Policy Manual.

What do you need to be successful?

- Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Industrial Engineering.
- Over 3 years of working experience in a similar role within a high-tech manufacturing environment. Knowledge of LEAN manufacturing is advantageous.
- Proficient in PLM document control systems, part number/BOM management, and project/task/milestone scheduling and tracking.
- Expertise in manufacturing processes, particularly those involving high precision mechanical, electrical, electronics,

or electro-mechanical assembly.
- Excellent communicator, capable of producing clearly written reports.
- Familiarity with CAD design software and the ability to read/prepare mechanical drawings.
- Action-oriented with leadership qualities to coordinate cross-functional teams and ensure the successful implementation of action plans.
- Strong interpersonal skills essential for effective collaboration within a team environment.

BC/CALIFORNIA ROLES ONLY | Salary Range: $77,193 - 88,000 - $100,320

Expected Salary: Our typical hiring range will be +/- 10% of the midpoint listed above. Factors influencing this decision include qualifications and market conditions for the role.

How to submit your interest?

If you are interested in this exciting opportunity and working for a fast-growing global technology company with an inspiring and engaging workplace environment, please submit your application to our Human Resources team in confidence by clicking the “Apply Now” button.

While we appreciate your interest in LMI very much, we are only able to respond to candidates selected for further consideration. We look forward to talking to you about the possibilities of beginning a rewarding new chapter of your career!

Why being inclusive is important to us?

At LMI Technologies, we are an Equal Opportunity employer and we value the diversity of the people we hire and serve. We strive to build and grow our team that fosters variety in backgrounds, perspectives, experiences and skills. We embrace inclusiveness in our workplace, so we can utilize each person’s talents and strengths.

If you are interested in working for a fast-growing global technology company with an inspiring and engaging workplace environment, we invite you to apply and talk about the possibilities of beginning a rewarding new chapter of your career.


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