The Welding Engineer is responsible for providing manufacturing engineering support to assigned UAP (Autonomous Production Unit) and continuous improvement efforts.
The main missions of the role are:
- Provide manufacturing engineering support to UAP’s and continuous improvement efforts. Become manufacturing engineering expert in welding processes.
- Responsible for the planning and implementation of new products and/or changes to the welding process
- Develop plans according to customer’s requirements using value analysis and other applicable techniques
- Develops plans for new products including manufacturing technologies and available alternatives, floor plans, investment requirements and routing
- Develop and implement schedules for each weld project
- Contribute to the company continuous improvement efforts through value analysis, maintaining up to date knowledge of manufacturing/tooling techniques and develops process improvement opportunities
- Responsible for final approval and turnover of projects to manufacturing/production
- Maintain good housekeeping standards
- Follow all safety procedures
- Coordinate with Maintenance to minimize down-time
- Provide data to CAT Team activities
- Maintain PFMEA and all downstream documents for minor changes
- Provide input into PFMEA generation for new programs
- Provide justification for weld standards changes and implement standard settings for all welding applications includes final WI, maintenance trouble shooting guides, weld parameter sheets on the lines, etc.
- Parts drawing maintenance
- Provide input into EO meetings
- Implement quality and safety changes as required or seen
- 5-S of plant
- Provide justification of major purchases for Core Group to manager
- Stay informed of environmental aspects, follow procedures and work to eliminate or reduce the FMEA ratings as relates to position and/or department
- Stay informed of quality issues and opportunities as relates to position and/or department. Follow procedures and corrective action assignments as required to eliminate or reduce PPM’s and RPPM’s
- Ensure safety and quality standards are met throughout the plant
- Prepare and analyze month end reporting with corrective action plans
- Participate in Hoshin and Continuous Improvement Events as assigned by management. Participate in and promote the goals of the Ideas Improvement Program
- Commitment to the highest ethical standards and willingness to adhere to Faurecia’s Code of Ethics and Code of Management.
- Complete all other duties and tasks as assigned by management
Minimum education level: Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (US)
- Experience in production in an industrial environment
Skills & Competencies:
- Minimum 5 years’ experience in welding operations or a combination of a minimum 5 years of formal metallurgical education and welding experience.
- Knowledge of metallurgy & manufacturing technologies including metal stamping, tooling, welding, assembly techniques, FMEA, machine design and capability studies, control systems, pneumatic and hydraulic systems
- Excellent Computer skills
- Excellent communication skills, both written and oral
- Show good judgment in technical and non-technical areas
- Capable of making correct decisions under pressure
- Fluent in English
The Employee is aware and ensures the respect of the Internal Rules, Code of Ethics and Management Code applicable in the establishment to which she/he is assigned.
As an employee, you are also required to:
- Secure internal control with the support of financial controller and finance network
- Abide by the Faurecia Code of Ethics. The code is summarized as below:
Respect for fundamental rights. Development of economic and social dialogue. Development of skills. Ethics and business conduct.
Job Type: Full-time
- Dental insurance
- Health insurance
- Paid time off
- Vision insurance
Work Location: One location