Manufacturing Engineers give their job an average rating of 3.8 out of 5.0. The Manufacturing Engineers happiest with their jobs are employed by Calsonic Kansei with an average rating of 0.0 while the Manufacturing Engineers least happy with their jobs work for American Axle & Manufacturing with an average rating of 1.0.Submit a Review
"I like being a Manufacturing Engineer. I get to improve the process flow and design various tooling to help improve the flow."
"I like manufacturing engineer, you have the opportunity to improve all the processes and apply a lot of different tools."
"It's hard to get things done in a speedy fashion within a Union facility. Although, at Jacobs Vehicle Systems one would not know that the Union exists. Everyone there is eager to lend a hand and achieve quality production parts. It has a good corporate family atmoshpere!!!"
"There is great satisfaction in being a Manufacturing Engineer. You get to see the results of the projects you are given. Help others by offering suggestions when they have problems and answering their questions."
"I loved the day to day challenges that I face with respect to the improvements and projects that I was working on. Nothing to hate."
"Working with co-workers and vendors to setup process, fixing issue, and improve quality is very enjoyable."
"I am always learning. I enjoy new and challenging things and finding more than one way to accomplish a design task."
"The industry, job profile is good.The compensation is way underpaid then deserved."
"Love everything of being a Manufacturing Engineer except the site I am working for does not have enough budget to increase the head count, and most of the times all the engineers have to stay late to meet the project timeline schedule, due to almost every engineer is doing two job position's workload."
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