Since its founding over 70 years ago, Vernay has developed into a trusted fluid control specialist serving leading OEM’s and emerging companies in the Automotive, Medical, Consumer/ Specialty, Printer and Small Engine industries. The company maintains engineering and manufacturing facilities in North America, Europe and Asia as part of its strategy to provide customers with global reach and local service.  Vernay manufactures, assembles and tests complex flow-control components and devices utilizing a wide range of production technologies including rubber injection molding and finishing equipment. Vernay is searching for an important addition to its team in Griffin, GA – an experienced an experienced Manufacturing Engineer with excellent leadership, communication, and problem solving skills.


Position Title: Manufacturing Engineer

Location: Griffin, GA

If you value the satisfaction of a job well done, then we want to talk to you.
Vernay, an international leader in innovative flow control products, is looking for a solutions-minded Manufacturing Engineer to join our team in Griffin, GA. This position will utilize your knowledge and talent while also encouraging an inventive, problem-solving approach to your work.

About Vernay:

Here’s an interesting thought: you likely interact with us on a daily basis right now. If you drive a car, drink coffee, get a soft drink at a restaurant, use appliances, print from a computer, or any of a thousand other activities, we are already a part of your life. For more than 70 years, we have been a leading supplier of fluid control solutions for name-brand OEM’s and emerging companies in the Automotive, Medical, Consumer, Beverage Dispensing, Printer, and Small Engine industries. In simple terms, our products make other products work better. 

Vernay maintains engineering and manufacturing facilities in North America, Europe, and Asia. However, we like to think of ourselves as a local business no matter where we are. And as a testament to our inclusive and diverse culture, every employee in every facility has visibility. You matter.

Job Scope:

You will primarily be involved with product development, improvement activities, corrective actions, and transitioning new products from development to production. The position reports to the Manufacturing Engineering Manager (who reports to the Plant Manager), and while you may lead teams, it has no direct reports. Here are some position highlights:

  • Design, specify, and/or implement new parts and equipment to accomplish improvement goals.
  • Oversee pFMEA risk analysis, and ensure equipment maintains conformance with specifications.
  • Improve processes to enhance product quality and reduce waste (material, time, scrap, etc.)
  • Work closely with production/maintenance personnel and suppliers to ensure the timely completion of projects.
  • Participate in capacity and capital planning activities; provide cost estimates for standard production parts.
  • Participate in a rotating 5S schedule as an auditor for local facility and owner for local common areas.

Education, Experience, and Skills Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree in an engineering discipline; minimum three years of manufacturing experience.
  • Medium-to-high level computer skills. Moderate understanding and command of statistics.
  • Working knowledge of process qualifications such as APQP, SPC, FMEA.
  • Helpful industry skills: rubber injection/compression/transfer, injection molding.
  • Six Sigma Black Belt and/or Automation experience is a plus.
  • Good collaboration and communication skills are necessary as well.

Compensation and Company Culture:

  • Very competitive salary, health/dental/vision. 401k plan with company match.
  • Vacation, 12 paid holidays, and company-paid life insurance/disability.
  • Casual dress with company-provided shirts.
  • A friendly, supportive, and collaborative company culture that values good work and job “ownership.” If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well, because we all benefit from each other’s efforts.
  • We also value input, and encourage our people to continually seek improvement in our products, processes, and policies.

How to Apply:

Please send a cover letter and resume to  

Comments:   We offer a challenging and independent position in a growing international company with excellent conditions of employment.  Vernay is committed to promoting a healthy lifestyle for our employees. We are proud to be a tobacco and drug free workplace. Selected candidates must pass a pre-employment drug/tobacco test.