Manufacturing Engineer
Assembly & Integration
Posted on 9/19/2023
Archer

501-1,000 employees

Airlines and Aviation
Company Overview
Archer is designing and developing electric vertical takeoff and landing aircraft for use in urban air mobility networks. Archer’s mission is to unlock the skies, freeing everyone to reimagine how they move and spend time. Archer's team is based in Santa Clara, CA.
Locations
San Jose, CA, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Data Analysis
Product Design
Communications
CategoriesNew
Product
Mechanical Engineering
Requirements
  • Bachelor's degree in Manufacturing, Mechanical, Electrical, Aerospace Engineering or related field
  • 2-5 years of experience in aircraft or automotive structural or systems manufacturing
  • Manufacturing Work Instruction developing experience
  • Understanding of design for manufacturing, lean manufacturing, and capacity planning techniques
  • Strong organizational and communication skills
Responsibilities
  • Apply knowledge of electrical components, interiors, systems integration or structural assembly and installation to collaborate and influence our multidisciplinary Product Design Engineering, Quality, Manufacturing and Facilities teams in the development of a new eVTOL aircraft
  • Use your knowledge of industry standard components to develop the manufacturing Build Plan (line layout, manufacturing work instructions, part flow, tools, equipment, precedence network, testing processes, etc.)
  • Develop and author detailed manufacturing work instructions for structural assembly, interiors integration, or systems installation
  • Support the manufacturing shop floor through Root Cause and Corrective Action (RCCA), red line activities, process improvements, and flow reduction activities
  • Drive the Design for Manufacturability efforts with the product design team
  • Develop and implement cost effective and improved processes for Lean production and tooling methodologies
  • Work in a fast paced and flexible environment
  • Willingness to look for alternative solutions and come up with improvements for the installation
  • Planning of workflow, workflow utilization, layout of equipment and workspace for maximum efficiency
  • Perform technical data analysis related to product workflow, manpower forecasting, and manufacturing performance
  • Design of tools and fixtures to aid the manufacturing processes
  • Develop specification for tooling and automation equipment
  • Implement process control plans to ensure process capability
  • Oversee Final Acceptance Testing of manufacturing equipment
  • Conduct process failure mode and analysis (PFMEA) for the production system
  • Support supply chain development and procurement
  • Support first unit builds and testing of the production system
Desired Qualifications
  • Siemens NX/Teamcenter/EasyPlan experience
  • Demonstrated experience in statistical process control and GD&T
  • Experience developing production lines from prototype to mass production
  • FAR 23 experience
  • Part 21 experience
  • Working under an FAA Production Certificate
  • Standing up a new production facility
  • Experience in automation and robotics
  • Willing to work alternative shifts