Manufacturing Engineer

Date: Dec 31, 2021

Location: Canton, GA, United States, 30107

Company: Chart Industries

Ensuring Chart’s Success…

The Manufacturing Engineer will leverage general knowledge of IATF (or automotive quality systems requirements) to increase plant efficiencies and meet, or exceed, goals related to safety, quality and production. 

What Your Day-to-Day Activities Will Be…

  • Plan, organize and implement systems and procedures for aiding in automotive manufacturing while adhering to and promoting safety and quality guidelines
  • Personally conduct and/or supervise studies to determine cause, effect and the corrective measures required to remedy deviations impairing desirable standards of quality
  • Monitor production processes and then work with Production personnel to create standard work procedures, enhance flow, and implement Lean concepts throughout the plant including 5S, Visual Work, Kanban, etc.
  • Implement and manage a training program that ensures all Production employees understand the technical components of quality Chart products
  • Identify product assembly issues and initiate a strategy to resolve issues and improve product consistency and eliminate variance through effectively working with production, engineering and maintenance departments
  • Work closely with team members to identify and eliminate waste activities
  • Partner with the Design Engineering groups to ensure that all aspects of new product introduction and changes to existing products are properly communicated to stakeholders, including production personnel
  • Interface with various departments in coordinating technical information relating to specific projects
  • Interface with various departments in defining and providing solutions to detected manufacturing processes causing quality problems
  • Identify and recommend opportunities for capital equipment improvements
  • Project Management of Capital equipment projects. Manage capital equipment projects, ensuring on time delivery and within budget
  • Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by management
  • Observe and practice safety procedures and policies


Your Professional Experience Should Be…

  • Must possess a working knowledge of computers, including MS Word, Excel, AutoCAD, ProE, with Inventor or SolidWorks being preferred
  • General familiarity of IATF or automotive quality systems requirements
  • Understanding of factory metrics, Lean (Operational Excellence) and Six Sigma, a plus
  • Knowledge and understanding of company safety procedures and policies
  • Awareness and understanding of Company quality standards, capital equipment, procurement, FMEA, APQP, ISO 14001
  • Understanding of MIG/TIG/Laser/Plasma welding practices, a plus
  • Team player mentality 

Your Education Should Be…

BS degree in Engineering, preferably Manufacturing, Industrial or Mechanical and a minimum  of 3 years of experience OR 10+ years of experience in a related field.  Experience must reflect increase in scope and complexity of duties and responsibilities.


Your Physical Work Environment Will Require…

  • This position will require the ability to move around the production floor to investigate issues with the production equipment or manufactured and purchased parts.
  • Lift up to 15 pounds.
  • Sitting, standing, stooping, bending, other related tasks in an office setting.

Chart is an equal opportunity employer