Manufacturing Engineer

  • Location:
    Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
  • Area of Interest
    Supply Chain
  • Job Type
  • Technology Interest
  • Job Id

The region is growing on PCBA manufacturing as part of the regionalization projects. The ME role is essential to make sure the manufacturing processes are robust and effective so Cisco can succeed on Quality, Cost and Delivery to its customers. 


Factory Site Technical Quality Metrics ownership and drive metrics improvement. 

Responsible for Sustaining Yield & YAP management and execution. 

pDRT and LS/LA ownership within Factory Site.

Provide support as needed IPT on all technical issues by PF/BU. 

Support manufacturing engineering functions at the factories. 

Manage manufacturing build process and process control validation. 

Responsible for capacity, cost (TIQ validation), NRE review and approval 

Responsible product change management (LECO & Deviation).

Responsible for context ME management including validation of skill sets and services. 

Support QBR/MOR scorecard inputs and feedback. 

Responsible for conducting CM/ODM/OEM audit & qualification and on-boarding efforts.

Support NPI Proto/Pilot & FAI at the Factory sites if the NPI Proto/Pilot activities are done in the region. 

Responsible for SMT line qualifications and change qualifications.

Deploy global manufacturing process improvements at the factories.

Responsible for executing site moves and bring-up. 

Support QE by executing factory related RMA and CLCA.

Initiates and drives solutions for closed loop corrective actions at Mfg Partners and Component Suppliers.

Drives bone pile metrics, reviews repair practices, and collaborates with Test Engineering to drive overall best Debug and Repair Processes.

Monitors and assess overall technical capability of the factory site.

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