- Time Management
- Computer Literacy
- Analysis Skills
- Microsoft Office
Performs conventional, less complex manufacturing engineering assignments that involve developing and improving engineering processes and systems (including advanced) associated with the production of the organization's products University degree or equivalent combination of education and experience. 3 Years suggested minimum experience.
Establish work standards through accepted time and motion techniques and maintain the work measurement system.
Estimate standards and prepare cost estimates on new products or engineering changes as assigned by the Engineering Manager
Justify value of product cost to customer
Constant analysis of methods and manufacturing processes for improvement, simplification, revision, cost reduction and utilizing Kaizen
Initiate new and revise existing plant layouts
Audit current standards for changes and improvements in manufacturing processes and to insure a fair and equitable work measurement program
Initiate new information and maintain current data in both the process routings and bills of material reports. Audit both as assigned by the Engineering Manager
Instruct manufacturing management and hourly employees in the application of industrial engineering programs
Investigate methods change, layout revision, and cost reduction recommendations
Derive and establish systems of standard time date for measuring entire classes of work
Develop and initiate means of measuring indirect labor and other non-repetitive work
Investigate and evaluate designated manufacturing problems, determine most suitable courses of action to remedy conditions and make recommendations to the Engineering Manager
Gather, compile and analyze data and information on manufacturing operations and conduct special studies and projects as directed by the Value Engineering Manager
Develop and design jigs and fixtures to improve manufacturing processes
Participate in safety & Ergonomic teams and be constantly aware of safety/Ergonomic considerations in all activities
Performs other duties as assigned by the Engineering Manager
Safety: Study, institute and maintain efficient and safe work practices, procedures, facilities; by coordinating with the Human Relations Department and Manufacturing Engineering Department and keep them abreast of all safety and efficiency requirements in order to maintain an accident-free, high efficiency plant operation
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Bachelors Degree in Engineering or equivalent program
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, blueprints and procedure
manuals. Candidate has the ability to write routine reports and correspondence.
Ability to add, subtracts, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Candidate has the ability to compute rate,
ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.
Candidate has the ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
Must be computer literate and familiar with appropriate software programs. Candidate has the ability to create visual aids for communication purposes.
Strong time management skills and customer focus
Advanced analytical problem solving skills to determine root cause of issues.
Prefer three (3) years in methods, standards and manufacturing processes, preferably in a JIT metal working or related industry
3-5 years previous relevant work experience is required, preferably within the automotive industry.
Microsoft suite and AutoCAD proficiency are required.
Must have a consistent employment record to include good attendance, and be capable of adapting to a participative team work environment.