Manufacturing Engineer- 2nd Shift


Mason, OH, US

Shift:  2nd

Known for our innovative components, Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America manufactures autonomous-ready infotainment and ADAS solutions, premium audio systems, high-definition displays, and powertrain electronics for standard, electric, and hybrid vehicles. Since 1979 we have served the major automotive, heavy-duty truck, and coach manufacturers across the US, and continue to grow each year!   Be a part of a select team that is making a real impact on the automotive mobility of tomorrow! 


This is an opportunity for a Manufacturing Engineer to join our team working on 2nd shift.  The Engineer will maintain and improve the efficiency, quality, and productivity of MEAA's production by providing engineering/technical support to the production areas.


  • Ensure the continuous operation of MEAA's production by investigating equipment reliability issues. 
  • Assist in the installation of new equipment.
  • Assist technicians in making repair procedures for equipment per MEAA standard.
  • Communicate machine problems to the relevant departments. Schedule repairs in cooperation with the production supervisors and schedulers.
  • Remain informed of new manufacturing technologies and investigate their potential applications.  Recommend incorporation of new technology for company applications where feasible and practical.
  • Operate and program numerically controlled (NC/CNC) equipment and Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC's).  Utilize equipment specific software for set up, programming & troubleshooting of automation devices, including (but not limited to) robots, linear actuators, servo drives, variable frequency drives, HMI screens & vision systems.
  • Prepare technical reports, charts, and graphs documenting production/machine efficiencies and preventive maintenance history.  Analyze trends and make recommendations for improvement.
  • Work together with Engineering Supervision & Management to establish and/or maintain long-term plans for capital investments required to improve productivity and/or running condition of equipment.


The above description represents the most significant essential duties of this position but does not exclude other occasional work assignments not mentioned.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or Engineering Technology, or equivalent.
  • Verbal, written, and cross-cultural communication skills, emphasizing interpersonal communication skills and technical writing/drawing skills.
  • Broad and detailed knowledge of engineering, maintenance, and production methods.
  • Ability to use machine shop tools and equipment.
  • Computer literate, with emphasis on Microsoft Office.

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