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Provide support to the Business Unit Engineering & maintenance teams to assist with trouble shooting and elimination of chronic maintenance items.
Plans, designs and analyzes manufacturing processes for facility.
Maximizes efficiency by optimization of layout of equipment, workflow & assembly methods.
Determines the parts, equipment, tools and processes needed in order to achieve manufacturing goals according to product specifications.
Lead continuous improvement projects in the following fields:
Changeover time reductions
Plan and manage improvement projects by doing the following:
Cost justify projects
Work with line support to implement project
Develop budget and ensure adherence to budget
Develop project timeline and ensure adherence to schedule
Develop, maintain, and improve production operations.
Will act as a knowledge resource and guide for less experienced engineers.
Familiarity with PLC programming for the purpose of trouble shooting process development.
Experience with high volume operations.
Experience with designing part fixtures and tooling.
Proficiency with CAD software, solid modeling software is a requirement and AutoCAD is a plus.
Able to work with others in a team environment to achieve a common goal.
Able to coordinate and manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
Proficient with MS Office products.
Since our business is going to change to meet the needs of our customers, you can expect, anticipate and assume your job will have changes.
Requires Bachelor’s degree in an applicable discipline of engineering.
Minimum of eight (8) years’ work related experience in an industrial environment.
Experience in automotive industry, preferred.
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