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Manufacturing Engineer
Radiant Vision Systems

Contact Person: Jen Davis
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Contact Phone: (425) 844-0152

The Manufacturing Engineer reports to the Director of Operations and will be responsible for evaluating existing processes and configuring manufacturing systems to improve quality, reduce cost, and develop best practices within the production process. This position provides oversight and leadership to the coordination of Radiant Vision Systems Manufacturing Processes used in production of our imaging colorimeters, photometers, radiometers, and associated systems.

In this role you will gain a unique opportunity to join a growing team within Radiant as a Manufacturing Engineer. Where you’ll be exposed to all aspects of our manufacturing processes and calibrations by learning hands on with the skilled team of technicians and engineers, you’ll be supporting in future process improvements.

Maintain reliable and safe manufacturing systems while improving quality, production yields and reducing costs
Work cross functionally to define problem statements, develop metrics, and collect data
Drive internal and external partners to improve efficiency and scalability of current manufacturing processes
Support cross-functional initiatives to drive cost, schedule, and manufacturing capacity improvements
Ability to learn, understand and help troubleshoot custom Radiant calibration software and hardware, some exposure to software development tools is beneficial.
Design of experiments to analyze and improve production processes
Work with the production team to improve manufacturing efficiency, plan workflow, space requirements, and equipment/workspace layout
Train production operators on lean principles and manufacturing processes
Utilize lean methods such as 5S and kaizen to drive continuous improvement throughout the operations environment

Bachelor’s degree in a relevant engineering discipline (manufacturing engineering, systems engineering, or industrial engineering, etc.)
Having 1-2 years of experience or College grad dedicated to learning Manufacturing.
Excellent judgment in solving problems as well as identifying problems in advance and proposing/enacting solutions
Ability to learning new technology, drive productivity and quality improvements through cross functional team collaboration
Able to adapt to flexible work assignments as new business is obtained or department requirements vary
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
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About Radiant Vision Systems
Radiant Vision Systems provides automated visual inspection products to ensure the manufacturing quality of displays, lighting, assemblies, and surfaces. Radiant’s photometric and colorimetric imagers are calibrated to human visual perception of light and color, offering the most sophisticated inspection technology for meeting customer expectations for performance in high-value devices. Leading brands in electronics, virtual & augmented reality, automotive, aerospace, and beyond rely on Radiant to ensure accuracy, automate quality control, reduce costs, and improve efficiency from the lab to the production line. Based in Redmond, WA, USA, Radiant Vision Systems has proven production experience with thousands of cameras testing millions of components. The company’s extensive product portfolio includes TrueTest™ Automated Visual Inspection Software, ProMetric® Imaging Colorimeters and Photometers, machine vision solutions, and goniometric systems.