Jobs: Manufacturing Engineer – Electrical, Embraer (USA)


The Manufacturing Engineer creates and administers the overall planning for the facility activities from components receiving to the delivery of finished aircraft including productive activities and its support processes.


  • Prepare and manage short, medium and long term production planning
  • Ensure effective measurements and visibilities of inputs and outputs for the relevant processes to assure goals are achieved and cost objectives are met.
  • Perform continuous evaluation of critical resources to avoid bottlenecks.
  • Compile reports on the progress of work and on production problems.
  • Control work load and work capacity.
  • Plan and coordinate actions to implement product changes.
  • Coordinate actions for earlier deviations recovery and prevent impacts on company targets and obligations.



  • Essential: BS in Industrial, Process or Aeronautical Engineering.
  • Desired: Degree in management or business administration.

APICS (Advancing Productivity, Innovation and Competitive Success) certificate


  • Generally 5-7 years experience in similar activities ( planning or production planning)
  • Prior aircraft Manufacturing/ maintenance and repair experience.


  • Comprehension, understanding and execution of broad practices associated within the field assigned and related fields.
  • Applies these understandings in the completion of complex work assignments.
  • Aircraft production environment
  • Project Management
  • Risk analysis


  • Proficiency with planning practices and tools
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Utilization of Lean Production concepts


  • Systemic vision
  • Data analysis and consolidation
  • Cope with dead lines and other pressured situations.
  • Interact with senior management, and staff

Working Conditions / Environment/  Special Requirements

  • Ability to work in a safe professional manner adhering to all regulatory requirements including, OSHA, EPA, State and Federal regulations.
  • Ability to work flexible hours and different shifts if required
  • Employees will be subject to the random drug and alcohol testing under FAA regulations

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