Based on 1,829 responses, the job of Manufacturing Engineer has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.69 out of 5. On average, Manufacturing Engineers are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as a Manufacturing Engineer?
"Small fish big ocean."
Pros: Most people are fairly happy to be at work.
Cons: Small site in a big company. Too hard to progress in career and keep loosing benefits.
O Lead cross-functional teams on key strategic projects including cost reduction and process improvement projects. O Engineering support to contract manufacturers and Lead Cost saving/ sustaining/ Risk mitigation projects across different functions. Currently Leading projects with the contract manufacturers to save $2-3M related to manufacturing and completed a $2.5 M risk mitigation project. O Provide technical support for existing products by developing solutions for problems complex in nature and/or of relatively high organizational impact with a high level of accountability and authority and relatively minimal supervisory oversight. O Work to maintain product performance and quality for existing products by leading and assisting with issues relating to CAPAs, customer complaints and manufacturing processes improvements, such as: O Failure investigation and root cause analysis. O Regulatory compliance. O Process enhancement and improvement. O Coordinate activities, transfer technology.
"Mechanical Engineer with 6 years total engineering experienc."
Pros: Challenging work atmosphere.
Cons: Stressful at time. Too much bureaucracy.
Work hard and try to do an internship with some company. Document all you do so you can talk about it in interviews.
"Exceed my expectation."
Pros: They care about people.
"Fast paced, safe environment."
Pros: My job is fairly secure and I enjoy the people I work with as well as the experiences.
Cons: Automotive manufacturing is very stressful.