Continental, Inc

  • Process Mechanical Engineer

    Job Locations US-IN-Elwood
    Job ID
  • Overview

    Elwood, Indiana| 60k-75k| Direct




    Continental Inc is looking to hire Process/Mechanical Engineers in Elwood, Indiana. This position plans and designs methods to improve quality and efficiencies through continuous improvement and standard work practices.



    • Improve production line processes and efficiencies.
    • Troubleshooting of line issues to find root cause and apply countermeasures to prevent reoccurrence.
    • Continuous improvement for quality, productivity, and scrap.
    • Coordinate multi-department improvement teams for production lines.
    • Support daily production needs.
    • Create standard work practices for production lines.
    • Assist in integration of new manufacturing processes to the plant floor.
    • Assist in new model launches for both new production lines and modifications to existing lines.
    • Assist in the design of error proof techniques for quality improvement.
    • Assist in design changes to current production processes.
    • Support downtime if the engineer is designated as a production/manufacturing engineer
    • Support layouts if engineer is designated as an industrial engineer position
    • Support machine moves if engineer is designated as industrial engineer position
    • Support machines and processes if engineer has designated lines in the plant.
    • Support high tech automation projects if engineer is designated to support high tech. machinery
    • Support time studies as needed
    • Other job assignments as needed by management.
    • Order machinery or materials when required
    • Maintain project schedules as planned



    • Bachelor of Science degree in manufacturing, industrial, or process engineering or a relevant field is required.
    • 1-5 years of manufacturing experience.
    • Strong written and oral communication skills.
    • Experience with robotic arc and resistance welding.
    • Knowledge of mechanical, hydraulic, electrical, and controls applications.
    • Understanding of PLC, sensor, and vision system.
    • Strong understanding of various quality and inspection standard practices.
    • Ability to work with several different processes for example, robotic painting, stamping, pipe bending, MIG/TIG welding, robotic assembly cells. (not all required)
    • Lean manufacturing and six sigma experience.
    • Good teamwork skills.
    • Ability to focus on goal and obtain predetermined results.
    • Ability to complete assigned tasks under stressful situations.
    • Ability to meet daily, weekly, and monthly goals set by management and self.


    Skill and Abilities

    • Work with AutoCAD, Solidworks, or Catia.
    • Microsoft Outlook.
    • Microsoft Office.
    • QAD
    • Ability to train others.


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