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Production Engineer

Sportsman Boats is looking for a Production Engineer to help evaluate and resolve issues that arise due to the serviceability, design, or efficient manufacturing within the Sportsman product line.  Responsibilities include supporting BOM, 3D files, engineering folders and ME related functions in addition to model year part changes, model year introductions and vendor accounts.  This position requires ability to evaluate, revise, and test processes within manufacturing. 

What you will do:

  • Support manufacturing in all aspects of boat building procedures, standards and documentation
  • Facilitate resolutions and complete new written procedures per each engineering issue
  • Serve as a back-up engineer with BOM structure in Syteline / Excel programs, BOM updates in configurator
  • Aid in the ECR (Engineering Change Request) program. Help maintain weekly progress reports and summary sheet of current and completed ECR’s  
  • Gather data per each manufacturing variance; formally disclose the data to the respective departments
  • To support new part quotes for review and aid purchasing in new part implementation
  • Aid in product evaluation on new model designs introduced in manufacturing
  • Aid in in-house calculations for facility design. (weight calculations and beam loads)
  • Communicate directly with Engineering, QA, Customer Service, and Manufacturing in resolving production issues
  • Document all issues and procedures on our computer system
  • Strive to facilitate department “Listen, Lead, Create” mission statement and goals
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

What you should know or have done:

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • Mechanical engineering degree
  • Experience in working with marine manufacturing based technology, processes, and principles 
  • Experience in 3D modeling programs, MS Office, etc.
  • Engineering related marine boat building experience
  • Personally motivated and has the ability to teach

Sportsman Boats is building a culture of respect, appreciation, and hard work.   Our employees are passionate about making our customers' dreams come true.  We are passionate about making our employees' dreams come true.   We offer a competitive benefits package and value a work life balance.  Apply today and learn more!!


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