12,700 job Descriptions
This page is linked to Click on books of interest for additional information or to order.

The Job Description Handbook -- Paperback; Margaret Mader-Clark

The Handbook of Model Job Descriptions -- Hardcover -- Barry Cushway

Perfect Phrases for Writing Job Descriptions: Hundreds of Ready-to-Use Phrases for Writing Effective, Informative, and Useful Job Descriptions (Perfect Phrases Series) -- Paperback; Carole Martin

Job Description Guidebook -- Paperback

Job Descriptions Help Page List of Recommended Human Resources Software

Job Descriptions Made E-Z Software

Utlimate Employer Administaff HRTools

Performance Now v 4.1.12 Administaff HRTools

Didn't find your book?  Type in the name of the author, title or subject to search the selections.


Job Descriptions Help Site

by Dexter A. Hansen

For those who would like these job descriptions without ads in either downloadable Zipped MSWord or ASCII test files, click here to go to the this web sites's WebStore to purchase these descriptions.

Note: For those without an unzipping utility one can can obtain an open source program from at no cost.

To close the window, click the X in the upper right corner of window.

Job Description

JOB TITLE: Manufacturing Engineer

DEPARTMENT: Manufacturing Engineering


A: Purpose and Scope

A manufacturing engineer is responsible for creating, documenting, developing, and implementing procedures used to assemble, process, test and/or manufacture of The Company's products.

B. Responsibilities

Improving overall processes and related issues including process development, scheduling, creating process documentation, product assembly and production processing, problem solving, and program management. Other duties include the design, installation, and debug of tooling and capital equipment. The Manufacturing Engineer is also responsible for following quality systems procedures, as required.

C. Organization Relationships

The Manufacturing Engineer reports directly to the Director of Manufacturing Engineering.


A. Education and Training

Manufacturing engineers must have a four year engineering degree or equivalent, preferably in a field related to The Companies assembly or production processing needs. Prior experience is strongly preferred but not required.

B. Technical Requirements

Four year college degree in a technical field. Experience in product/process development in similar products as manufactured by The Company is preferred.

C. Managerial Experience

No prior managerial experience is necessary, but supervisory experience is preferred.


Dept. Manager/Supervisor: ____________________________________
Date: _________

Human Resources Department: _________________________________
Date: _________

To close the window, click the X in the upper right corner of window.

Back to Job Descriptions Help Page

Dexter Hansen

12,700 job Descriptions
on CD ROM now has tools, tooling and gas powered generators in their's Home Improvement Store.  Click on's Home Improvement Store or the logo below to go there or use the Search feature.

If you have questions or comments relating to this flowcharting information, please click here to email the author.

Copyright © Dexter A. Hansen