Dexter Axle

  • Manufacturing Engineering Technician

    Location US-TX-Seagoville
    Posted Date 4 weeks ago(2/20/2019 10:22 AM)
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  • Overview

    Rockwell American, a Dexter company, the premier supplier and manufacturer of axles, doors, venting products and related components in the utility trailer, boat trailer, recreational vehicle, heavy duty and manufactured housing markets, has an opportunity for a Manufacturing Engineering Technician at our Seagoville, TX facility - conveniently located in the Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) area.  The plant encompasses 78,000 square feet and has approximately 90 non-union employees operating on two shifts.

    Dexter is an industry leader with a highly developed distribution network and plants in the states of Indiana, Oklahoma, Georgia, California, Tennessee, Florida, and Texas and in the provinces of Ontario and Alberta in Canada. Dexter has achieved its many years of success through a commitment to the principles of superior quality, continuous improvement, and unparalleled customer service. 


    Dexter has achieved its many years of success through a commitment to the principles of superior quality, continuous improvement, and unparalleled customer service. In 2013, Dexter expanded our product offering with the acquisition of Unique Functional Products (UFP), a leading axle manufacturer in the marine industry. In the late 2014, Dexter Axle Company also acquired AL-KO Axis. In 2015 Dexter acquired the Titan Brake and Actuator business. In September 2016, Dexter purchased Rockwell American. In December of 2016, Dexter purchased the heavy duty axle and suspension manufacturing assets of Ingersoll Axles, along with the light duty axle manufacturing assets of Standen’s from the IMT Group. In February of 2017, Dexter purchased the axle, brake and actuation business assets from Tie Down Engineering.  Dexter is well known for providing superior quality, service, and support.


    For more information about our company, access Dexter's web site at


    Dexter offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits. Dexter’s benefits package includes Health, Dental, Vision, Life, STD, LTD, FSA, HSA, and 401(k) Plan with company contributions.

    Position Summary

    The Manufacturing Engineering Technician reports directly to the Plant Manager at Rockwell American’s Leaf Spring Manufacturing plant in Seagoville, TX.  The Manufacturing Engineering Technician will develop tools, implement designs, and integrate machinery or equipment to ensure effective manufacturing processes.


    Primary Duties and Responsibilities:


    • Inspects products and processes for flaws and identifies areas of improvement.
    •  Utilizes prints to fabricate components which includes using several forms of metal chip forming processes, welding, and assembly.
    •  Solves problems related to reducing production costs, planning workflows, and designing the layout of machinery within a factory.
    •  Develops and tests solutions to solve technical problems in manufacturing.
    • Troubleshoots equipment, machinery and tooling at the manufacturing plants. Assists engineers, inspects products, conducts tests, and collects data.
    • Installs equipment at the manufacturing plants.
    •  Performs other tasks or duties as assigned.


    Requires Associate’s Degree in Engineering, or a comparable discipline and at least 2 years related experience in heavy metal fabrication (i.e. heat treating, cutting, welding forming of steel); or an equivalent combination of education and experience.  Must be bilingual English and Spanish.



    Desires the following:


    Experience with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook) and Solidworks 3D design software.


    Willingness to work flexible shifts and extended hours as necessary to support production needs.

    Can-do attitude combined with high energy level.


    Experience with ISO-9000 and PPAP process and documentation requirements.


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