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Manufacturing Process Engineer

The Manufacturing Process Engineer is responsible for analyzing current production processes, procedures, and standards to identify inefficiencies. They often spend time on the production floor analyzing both employee and machinery workflow to find out where the process can be streamlined for lower costs and higher productivity.  As a process engineer, you will be responsible for developing and implementing process strategies, managing process resources, optimizing current processes, and maintaining process documents.



  • Improve processes in order to maintain efficiency, reduce cost, improve sustainability and maximize profitability.
  • Studying requirements for each production process and product at hand and determining the most efficient operations based on these requirements.
  • Collaborate with colleagues on issues like cost projections and reduction, as well as run times.
  • Create automated machinery by utilizing 3D CAD software, working with suppliers to obtain the parts, and testing them.
  • Optimize facility layouts, production lines, machine operations and network performance
  • Resolve issues and delays in production
  • Review space requirements and machinery layout to create an optimized workflow.
  • Improve, establish, and standardize policies, procedures, and processes.
  • Ability to assist in the risk assessments of new cells for safety and OSHA standards.
  • Train staff in new and existing processes
  • The ability to integrate and install new cells from start to finish.


  • Work on constant improvement of all processes and cycle times.
  • Understanding of automation and robotics principles.
  • Ability to communicate from upper end to floor and work with outside contractors.
  • Ability to chart and explore improvements.
  • Ability to explore and recommend better robust systems to stay on the leading edge of technology.
  • Able to implement and produce work instructions for our new processes.
  • Ability to meet deadlines.
  • Ensures compliance with all DMI policies and procedures.
  • Instructs on safe work practices and promotes safety consciousness while practicing safety procedures, enforcing policy regarding safety, and making recommendations when needed.
  • Manufacturing, specifically metal stamping, 2 years (Required)
  • A minimum of an associate degree, a bachelor’s degree is preferred
  • 3+ years manufacturing experience with metals
  • Knowledge of manufacturing processes and fabrication methods
  • Familiarity with manufacturing equipment and quality assurance techniques
  • Versed in relevant software (e.g., CAD, MS Office)
  • Strong analytical and organizational skills
  • Team player with the ability to work in a responsible and independent way
Job Benefits
  • Paid Time off
  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Short Term Disability
  • Group Lift Insurance
  • Flexible Spending
  • 401k
  • Annual Flu Shot
  • Pet Insurance
  • Educational Assistance
Employment Type
Job Location
2100 Touhy Ave, Elk Grove Village, IL, 60007
Date posted
March 7, 2023
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