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Industrial Engineer - ERP / Transportation / Manufacturing

Job Description:
Contract position: An Industrial Engineer is needed for a rail transport company, active in the fields of passenger transportation, signalling and locomotives in the Hornell, NY area.
You will work alongside design engineers to ensure the manufacturability of new and refurbished railcars for several large-scale projects.
No per diem available.
10% travel.
Responsibilities for the Industrial Engineer Create manufacturing plans in accordance with the site capacity requirements.
Create detailed Macro and Micro processes to assure efficient and effective manufacturing processes by interfacing with design documentation and breaking down into efficient subsets for industrial development instructions to the shop floor operators.
Provide clear description and design of tooling needed for project execution.
Develop project industrial requirement specifications for input into product detailed design for use by design engineering teams.
Interface with Supply Chain Development to create logistics plans and efficient methods of material kitting and shop floor presentation.
Work with ERP system (SAP) to structure manufacturing bills of material, process sheets and routings to support the most efficient manufacturing practices available.
Requirements for the Industrial Engineer Associates degree in related engineering discipline (i.
e.
EET, MET) required.
Experience with electrical fields, motors.
Familiarity with tooling design.
Knowledge of drafting and CAD tools including AutoCAD, Pro-E, CATIA, Solid Works or other similar software.
Proficiency with MS Office applications (Visio, PowerPoint, Excel).
Benefits 401k Healthcare

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