Work Measurement Engineer Salary in Connecticut, United States
The average pay for a Work Measurement Engineer is $75,036 a year and $36 an hour in Connecticut, United States.
The average salary range for a Work Measurement Engineer is between $53,816 and $92,595.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Connecticut, United States.
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Develops work measurement procedures and directs time-and-motion studies to promote efficient and economical utilization of personnel and facilities: directs or conducts observation and analysis of personnel and work procedures to determine time-and-motion requirements of job duties.
Analyzes work study data and equipment specifications to establish time and production standards.
Applies mathematical analysis to determine validity and reliability of sampling and work study statistics.
Applies principles of industrial engineering and applied psychology to evaluate work methods proposals and to develop recommendations to management affecting work methods, wage rates, and budget decisions.
Trains industrial engineering technician in time-and-motion study principles and techniques.
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Work Measurement Engineer Job Listings for Connecticut, United States
Associate Quality Engineer
Windsor Locks, CT, USA
At QuEST, we often challenge our team members to temporarily work outside the scope of their ... Measurement and/or Inspection experience. Use of SPC + Researching non-conformance history ...
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... to measure key process parameters and customer expectations; Uses statistial tools, data analysis ... Work with the Manufacturing Engineers to develop solid corrective actions to eliminate the non ...