Manufacturing Process Engineer (ME)

Summary/Purpose   The Manufacturing Process Engineer will utilize Lean Manufacturing techniques along with strong technical skills to develop and improve manufacturing processes and to lead continuous improvement opportunities. This individual will contribute to value stream performance metrics both through day to day troubleshooting as well as root cause elimination and corrective action implementation utilizing formalized techniques. The position requires broad process knowledge for high-volume manufacturing including material handling, in-process gaging, and statistical process control practices.      Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Utilize Data to drive decision making process to provide technical support for existing equipment and processes. Design and development of tooling, mechanisms, and controls for use in metalworking in manufacturing processes. Work with machine and tooling vendors, specifying design and performance configuration specifications as well as acceptance criterion and commissioning for acquisition of capital equipment. Independently manage multiple projects of cross functional teams and provide leadership to see projects through to completion. Participate in departmental, plant and corporate wide initiatives and Lean activities that may include Quality Circles, Kaizen events, the JTEKT Production System (JPS), and other Hoshin support activities. Assist in the development of entry level engineering associates though coaching and mentoring opportunities. Develop work product that includes solid models (CREO), detailed prints, critical spare parts listings, and other necessary documentation. Create documentation for work cell development, standard work instructions, knowledge capture of existing processes and procedures, and support of document control efforts plant wide. Supervisory Responsibilities This position has no supervisory responsibilities.   Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Proficient in using computers with the Windows operating system including the Microsoft Office Group of Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint Proficient with Pro/Engineer (Creo) and AutoCAD Capable of taking engineering theories and putting them to practical use in manufacturing Strong working knowledge of Statistical Process Control in order to solve problems and make sound judgments Ability to document process changes in support of a structured Quality Assurance system with management of change records. Understanding of automotive environment for change point control and traceability. Demonstrated leadership to endorse, implement, embrace change management opportunity.       Other desirable skills and experience: Excellent written and verbal communication skills Understanding and support of a quality management system within the automotive industry - preferred Effective interpersonal skills with internal and external customers Experience in mechatronics and automated transfer processes. Practical understanding of problem-solving techniques such as, 8D, A3, 5-Why, Red-X, etc. Uses hands on approach to engineering in support of abrasive metal removal processes   Education and Experience: Qualified candidates will have a BS in Mechanical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering Technology with 5 or more years of experience in Automotive or similar monitoring environment. MS in Engineering discipline desirable. Understanding and work experience with PPAP and Quality Gate processespreferred.   Work Environment/Physical Demands: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Work is performed in a normal office setting and on shop floor. In the office setting there will be minimal exposure to health or safety hazards, with substantial time spent working on a computer. Requires sufficient hand, arm, and finger dexterity to operate computer keyboard and other office equipment.  Shop floor setting will result in exposure to hot and cold temperatures, noise, fumes, limited dust, and oily coolants.  Requires walking, climbing, bending, and occasional lifting of material up to 40 pounds. The performance of this position will require daily exposure to manufacturing areas which require the use of personal protective equipment such as safety glasses with side shields and mandatory hearing protection. Travel by automobile and plane may be required at times. Other details Job FamilyCAI Pay TypeSalary Travel RequiredYes Required EducationBachelor's Degree
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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