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As an industrial engineer you will review and restructure design engineering B.O.M. through operation coding and parts grouping to produce assembly B.O.M. to support several production areas and facilities. Develop work instructions and preliminary line balance of new products through assembly documentation. Improve and maintain current documentation to support the assembly plants.
How you'll make an impact.
Identify process improvements in the areas of safety, quality, and productivity
Write assembly work processes and man assignment procedures
Determine appropriate assembly fixtures
Review and select required special tooling and equipment
Establish manpower requirements, line and sub-assembly balancing data, and expectancy time performances
Process documentation and control of prototype assembly issues
Assist in plant layout and work station design
Exhibit a high level of computer literacy
Plan, schedule and prioritize work to meet established deadlines
Determine/improve processes to meet production levels
Provide technical support and assist as a resource person in assigned area
Perform stop watch time studies
Utilize Lean/Six Sigma principles and methodologies in making process improvements
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or related field
Internship experience or 6-plus months related work experience
Lean/Six Sigma understanding or certification is ideal
Experience with ProPlanner or related line balancing software packages is ideal
Experience with automotive or heavy-duty equipment is ideal
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills is ideal
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