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Production Engineer (Full time(Direct Hire) at ProKatchers

Production Engineer (Full time(Direct Hire)

ProKatchers Newnan, GA (On Site) Full-Time
$70,000 - $90,000/Year
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Job Title: Production Engineer

Duration: FTE (Direct hire)

Location: 30 Dart Road, Newnan, GA 30265


The basic purpose or function of the Manufacturing Engineer is to be responsible for overseeing processes, equipment, and safety used in the shop during production of finished products.

Education and work experience:

Minimum Education: Bachelor’s D 3-7 years of experience in the Aerospace or Power Generation Manufacturing or Repair Business BS Engineering (Mechanical, Industrial or Aerospace) Required Knowledge of manufacturing processes, high temperature alloys, finite element analysis, 3D CAD modeling and Design Knowledge of various measuring techniques including CMM, Blue-light/laser scanning, adhesion, hardness, gages, ... etc. and their use in developing designs Understanding of various aspects of turbine component manufacturing (forging, casting, machining, heat treat, braze, stress relief, welding ...etc.) and inspections Familiar with all aspects of inspection, GD&T, interpretation of engineering drawings and manufacturing specifications Knowledge of FAA guidelines for PMA and RS-DER requirements and compliance testing preferred


to perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty and responsibility satisfactorily.

The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability Responsible for technical/production support, process/product development and optimization of Aerospace and Industrial gas turbine components for assigned areas and its applicability to NPI, Repair, and OEM businesses.

Leading significant project teams producing new designs, repairs and processes; utilizing Lean tools and methodologies to positively impact the business metrics.


Optimize manufacturing, component repair production processes using a robust lean problem-solving methodology, with quantifiable impact to business metrics.

Develop KPIs to effectively manage process and product outcomes Utilize project management skills to lead assigned projects/programs to successful completion considering technical, budgetary, manpower and schedule requirements Own traditional machining and non-conventional process including milling, turning, drilling, EDM & grinding Support Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) and First Article Inspection (FAI) with OEM customers Collaborate effectively in a multi-disciplinary team environment to develop component designs and repairs, which meet site, Chromalloy and customer requirements for cost, performance, and durability. Engage with the other engineers at the site to collaborate on projects and development of robust solutions impacting site operational and financial performance, utilizing Continuous Improvement tools; positively impacting the end customer Make technical decisions on product/process design and provide definition to the team to ensure mutual success.

Own all technical aspects of assigned components and or processes from initial concept through all manufacturing or component repair stages.

Identify, develop and implement tooling/equipment improvements.

Troubleshoot process/production problems and implement actions/solutions, monitor sustainability of actions and report out results.

Prepare accurate written technical reports, specifications, procedures and manuals Prepare and deliver presentations of work to all levels of external and internal customers Train and mentor less experienced technical staff Work in manufacturing, lab and field environments.

Occasional travel required.

Recommended Skills

  • 3 D Cad Modeling
  • Engineering Design Process
  • Finite Element Analysis
  • High Temperature Alloys
  • Train And Mentor
  • Troubleshoot Process/Production
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