FLASH is an innovator in the urban mobility space, helping businesses rethink one of their most valuable assets: the parking garage. Our award-winning cloud-born platform is custom configurable, secure, reliable, and grows alongside you as business or consumer demands evolve.
There is no single formula for maximizing value: every community has its own unique demands. But with FLASH technology, every parking asset can become a hub for modern mobility. From smarter infrastructure to sophisticated software, our organization is digitally transforming the mobility experience, one hub at a time. We believe there is a better way, together.
As a Manufacturing Engineer at FLASH you will rapidly design, implement, and improve components and assembly processes for manufacturing. The right person will have a solid background with the development, implementation and maintenance of operational method sheets or manufacturing instructional sheets as it is related to fabrication of parts, components, sub-assemblies, and final assemblies. Your work will bring the highest safety, quality, and efficiency while reducing overall cost of Mobility Hub products.
What you'll do:
Design or modify using 3D CAD Software, mechanical engineering layouts/schematics and/or detailed drawings and specifications of moderate scope
Collaborate on design for assembly of various components to allow for an efficient, scalable assembly process that builds quality into the product
Develop and deliver training to operations and support technicians to ensure seamless handover of new equipment
Support sourcing activities including identification of potential suppliers and technical evaluations of quotations
Perform process failure mode, effects analysis when working with new product development
What you have:
2-5+ years of experience working with CAD (Solidworks)
Bachelors of Science in Engineering or other related discipline required. Manufacturing or Mechanical Engineering preferred.
Understanding of Design for Manufacturing (DFx), Six Sigma, and capacity planning techniques
Experience interfacing with and managing suppliers/contract manufacturers
Knowledge of Lean Manufacturing Principles
Experience with Solidworks PDM or other product data management software
Experience with industrial controls - PLCs and relays
A foundation of problem solving skills, statistical process control, design of experiments and simulation techniques
Who you are:
Strong mechanical aptitude, work ethic and hands-on attitude
Thoughtful, fast, and disciplined execution
Proven ability to operate under pressure while managing multiple priorities simultaneously
Creative and analytical approach to problem solving
Proficiency in root cause/corrective action
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Communicate at multiple levels both internally and externally
Decision making and time management
Self-starter with a proactive approach to job responsibilities
Ability to use a personal computer. Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications.
Ability to read, write, speak and understand the English language in a business environment.