Manufacturing engineer

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Engility is in need of a Manufacturing Engineer to support our Program Manager Advanced Amphibious Assault and Program Manager Mine Resistant Ambush Protected Vehicles proposal in Stafford, VA.
The Manufacturing Engineer provides engineering and analytical support for manufacturing operations. Manufacturing operations tasks include: conducting manufacturing analysis; production planning analysis; production analysis; and quality assurance/control to support the timely and cost effective development, production, verification, fielding, and support of the PM AAA platforms. Develop and deliver MS documentation (SOW, SEP, AS); support the conduct of engineering and technical assessments of PM AAA (e.g. ACV and AAV) Technical Reviews in the following areas: preparedness; comments and adjudications; and progress to close out follow-on actions; and provide support to organize, conduct, and manage the Manufacturing Readiness Assessments and Production Readiness Reviews.
The Manufacturing Engineer also provides support the Government in working with the prime Contractor via meetings address all aspects of production. Efforts include: developing and executing feasible and affordable production plans, managing production risks, executing cost/performance analyses for production approaches, ensuring that quality is built into the design, and utilizing "Best Manufacturing Practices" to assess the Prime Contractor's approach to building the vehicle platforms. The work requires: (1) theoretical expertise in manufacturing and quality that applies to a wide variety of situations, uses, and problems and (2) extensive application of theories, principles, and practices of manufacturing and quality involving many variables and complex interrelationships. Performs comparative analyses to compare the production and quality of the vehicle platforms to industry "Best Manufacturing Practices." Assesses the contractor's performance in terms of earned value, and the IMS. Supports the government by conducting manufacturing visits as directed by the Government.
US Citizen with the ability to obtain and maintain a Secret Level Security Clearance
BA/BS, and 9-13 years of recent relevant in manufacturing and production of government systems and equipment.
DAWIA Level 2 or equivalent in Program Management
Expert proficiency in MS Office Suite
DAWIA Level 3 or equivalent in Program Management
Active Secret Security clearance
Current AAAV/MRAP Program experience

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