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Process Engineer jb139

Carroll County, GA, USA

Job Type

Full Time


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Our client, a manufacturer headquartered in Carroll County, Georgia, is seeking a Process Engineer responsible for supporting new-product development activities from concept to deployment. This position assists manufacturing operations, measuring and analyzing device performance and optimization. You will also provide support in processes/capacity and initiatives to reduce production costs and optimize output, with a deep focus on specifications and quality standards.

This is a key and hands-on team position that is critical in the development and production of critical connectivity components made and used globally!


  • Develop production capabilities for new products and modify designs for current products tested to industry standards and end-user specifications.

  • Ability to test designs and apply industry problem-solving to development products

  • Initial testing, prototyping and qualification of new designs.

  • Evaluate tool-made samples supplied by manufacturing and CMs for approval.

  • Work with development team with facility manufacturing layouts, operation, and optimization.

  • Assist in the establishment of manufacturing sources and component suppliers.

  • Provide manufacturing engineering input to support the New Product Introduction (NPI) project plan and execute assigned tasks.

  • Monitor laboratory equipment and calibration schedule.

  • Create and revise product documentation and test results.

  • Conduct root cause analysis and determine corrective action to resolve customer & vendor quality issues.

  • Assist with RFQs, and time studies and Engineering Change Orders (ECOs).

  • Involvement with the purchase of production tools, molds, fixtures, machines and test equipment.

Qualifications and Job Information


  • BSME, BSEE, or BSIE required; Masters degree preferred.

  • 3-10 years of manufacturing / process experience in complex components and assemblies.

  • Required experience with R&D projects as a contributing participant.

  • Experience with programming and operation of automated testing equipment.

  • Excellent communication skills, teamwork and collaboration skills.

  • MS Office & Project work experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience in the manufacturing processes, termination, and testing of optical and/or connectivity equipment and components.

  • Experience with molding plastic parts with tight tolerances is preferred.

  • Personal experience and knowledge of industry standards and fiber optic test procedures

  • SolidWorks experience.

  • Visual Basic, LabView or equivalent.


  • Health / Dental / Life / Long-Short Term Insurance / FSA / HSA

  • 401K (vested day # 1)

  • Opportunity to work from home 1-day per week

  • PTO

  • Paid Holidays

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