Hypertherm

  • Hanover, NH, USA

At Hypertherm, we give shape to our customers’ vision with the world’s leading industrial cutting solutions. Whether it’s cutting precision parts in North America, constructing a pipeline in Norway, fabricating agricultural machinery in Brazil, gouging out welds in the mines of South Africa, or building a skyscraper in China, they can count on Hypertherm to support their industrial cutting needs. We also are not just employees: we are owners, 100% associate-owners. If after viewing this video, you exclaim “what a great company,” we welcome the opportunity to connect with you.

Hypertherm's Software Engineers continue to improve our cutting solutions by enhancing our line of CNC products and the capabilities and advantages it provides to our customers. Our CAD/CAM software helps manufacturers increase material savings, boost productivity, lower operating costs and improve part quality by offering the highest level of experience while cutting with plasma, laser, waterjet and oxyfuel applications.

With 50 years of experience and close to 500 global patents, Hypertherm dedicates more resources to industrial cutting research, development, and testing than any other manufacturer in the world. We have always taken a leadership role, and innovation remains a cornerstone of our business.

Sound interesting? Be a part of the future of industrial cutting optimization!

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity in our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

Hypertherm Hanover, NH, USA
Aug 07, 2019
Full time
We are looking for a Manufacturing Process Engineer (MPE) to join our Torch & Consumables Mechanized Nozzles team. This is an exciting opportunity to utilize your manufacturing & project management skills and to become an associate owner of an amazing company!   In this role you’ll be responsible for ensuring the manufacture of high-quality copper consumable components from raw material to their controlled inventory location.The manufacturing process includes multi-axis CNC machines, manual and automated pressing/assembly equipment, as well as laser marking and packaging equipment. You’ll also lead process improvement projects and initiatives using Lean and Six Sigma practices to enhance quality, reduce cost, improve safety, and increase earnings for our 100% Associate-owned organization. Additional duties:     Define the work methods for a specific production area consisting of several work cells.  Identify process improvements and lead projects to improve product flow through work cells. Ensure safety procedures (lockout, job safety analysis, personal protective equipment, machine guarding, and ergonomics) are developed and integrated into production processes. Provide daily support to production teams for technical issues that arise.  Provide training and support in programming, operation and maintenance of all equipment in the work area. Ensure production area processes operate within quality metric targets.  Identify trends in quality performance and execute root cause analysis and develop corrective action plans. Design tooling, fixtures and workstations essential for new product introduction to the production cells. Participate in the investigation and purchase of new equipment and tooling. Provide input into the equipment/process technology road map. Develop maintenance schedules for all equipment within assigned work cells. Create and maintain all documents used to control the manufacturing process including but not limited to Engineering Change Orders (ECO), routing, bills of material, standard work in each cell, value stream maps and quality data collection sheets.   Our ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree in Manufacturing, Industrial, or Mechanical Engineering and have 3+ years of experience with CNC machining in a manufacturing environment.   Must possess an affinity for getting to the root-cause of a problem, not be afraid of "taking the lead" and get excited about both implementing new technology and continuously looking to improve the current. Additional requirements:   Independently motivated, collaborative team player Ability to participate in and/or lead Kaizen events or other continuous improvement activities with proven results Project management experience Tool set: lean manufacturing, statistical analysis (minitab), geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T), Solidworks, VSM, DFM, Process Failure Mode Effects Analysis (pFMEA) and structured problem solving   Preferred requirements:   Experience facilitating Kaizen events New product introduction experience Project Management Certification Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Master’s Degree in related field Allen Bradley PLC programming and troubleshooting Automated assembly design & setup