Manufacturing Engineer

Average Salary
Degree Requirements
Bachelor's Degree

Manufacturing engineers use their prowess for efficiency to improve agricultural processes and systems. From manufacturing and industrial machines to entire greenhouse systems, they’re everyone’s go-to on making things work. And they know that the more efficiently and responsibly we use our resources, the greater impact we can have on the world.

Also known as: Facility Engineer, Manufacturing Director, Manufacturing Engineering Director, Plant Engineer, Process Engineer, Process Improvement Engineer
Learning Strategies
Management of Materials
Operation Monitoring
Operations Analysis
Quality Control Analysis
Service Orientation
Social Perceptiveness
Systems Analysis
Systems Evaluation
Technology Design
Design industrial equipment
Troubleshoot new and existing product challenges involving design, materials and processes
Install production equipment and create procedural guidelines
Determine the cause of operational challenges
Evaluate processes and products
Lead a team of technical and operational workers
Investigate the environmental impact of projects

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