- Assembly Experience
- Lean Manufacturing
The Manufacturing mechanical tool and process engineer is a salaried bargaining unit position, responsible for providing engineering support to the manufacturing teams, which includes business unit leaders, engineering group leaders, maintenance planners, and production team members in order to define corrective actions and investigate for continuous improvement efforts. The Manufacturing ngineer will lead and assist Kaizen initiatives per the World Class Manufacturing (WCM) model and support all plant WCM initiatives.
Minimum 2 years manufacturing experience in automotive assembly and or machining
Ability to understand manufacturing methods and processes for producing products from start to finish, meeting customer requirements
Participate in assuring application of sound engineering, tooling, and planning principles to manufacturing processes in order to meet established production and man-hour targets
Previous WCM experience a plus
Demonstrated ability to analyze Engineering design documentation and establishing the optimal manufacturing method and processes to manufacture products and components
Evaluate the effect of engineering change proposals as required
Knowledge and ability to do on-line NC programming
Develop new and improved manufacturing techniques. Set up and operate CNC machines, setting, selecting, and loading cutting tools
Will be required to assist in training less experienced CNC machinists
Support manufacturing with technical data required to maintain production schedules
Initiate requests for engineering drawing changes to correct drawing error, eliminate production problems, or to facilitate the utilization of existing processes
Solve technical manufacturing problems
Evaluate capital equipment proposals as required
Initiate tooling and planning change requests to improve manufacturing production
Investigate and evaluate proposed Engineering solutions to customer requests for quotation
Ownership of CNC Machining Programming, Maintenance, Tools inventory, etc.
Keep abreast of latest manufacturing technology
Maintain safe practices in all areas of responsibility
Minimum 7 years or more of metal components manufacturing experience with proven track records and familiarity with trouble shooting and safety practices
Must be experienced in CNC Milling machining operations, assembly, and shop math, including algebra, trigonometry
Minimum of 5 years of manufacturing engineering experience
Will accept a candidate with less than five years of experience if the candidate has 2 years of state-of-the-art equipment and tooling experience
Must have strong experience in CNC programming from baseline through-- 5 Axis equipment
Experience in Lean Manufacturing principles, including work load balancing, cycle time and one piece flow
Must possess excellent interpersonal, leadership, organizational and communications skills
Proven track record of working successfully with diverse work teams
Programming to include Fanuc, Mitsubishi and Siemens
Our benefits reflects the FCA commitment to helping you reach your personal and professional goals. In addition to an environment that promotes career development, we offer benefits for a healthy lifestyle and a rewarding future, designed to take care of you and your family, in various stages of life.
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