Manufacturing Engineer 3
Reference Code: 5221
Title: Manufacturing Engineer 3
Location: Warren, Michigan 48092
Duration: 52 Weeks, 1 Days
Specific Responsibilities of this Position:
Analyses product designs for best method of manufacture
Proposes and evaluates the processes for equipment in assigned area
Directs the design, development, and/or improvement of manufacturing processes for an assigned area
Provides technical support for specific plant operations
Regular contract with others outside the work group
Review product and process schematics to understand critical interfaces
Lead PFMEA discussions with cross functional teams.
Support, train and mentor Design Release, Product Interface and Manufacturing Engineers in PFMEA development and Risk Mitigation.
Coordinate, schedule, and facilitate product and process reviews with Product Engineering and Manufacturing.
Review current quality documentation and integrate lessons learned across multiple programs to reduce customer, enterprise, and manufacturing risk.
Update and maintain process control plans.
Generate Status Reports to inform stakeholders on current progress.
Promote teamwork at all levels of the organization.
Knowledge in MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint – Intermediate level
Knowledge with Lotus Notes or other email communication tool – Intermediate level
Good interpersonal skills involving ability to work effectively cross-functionally and cross-culturally
Good written and oral communication skills necessary for meetings and presentations
Ability to work well with others, exhibiting teamwork skills
Partners with senior management to analyse and solve issues
Ability to multitask by handling diverse assignments concurrently
Basic knowledge of tooling and manufacturing processes
Position related experience – 5 years
Relevant auto industry experience required – Entry level (<1 year)
Past work experience required – Entry level (<1 year)
Areas of expertise include: Manufacturing, Assembly Process
Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Manufacturing, or equivalent experience
Minimum five years’ experience designing, implementing, operating assembly or stamping plant equipment/systems (preferred)
Demonstrated leadership in achieving goals, team building and decision-making
Demonstrated understanding of Body Shop, Press and Die equipment design and operations
Effectively interface/communicate with vehicle platforms, plant management, manufacturing facilities and planning.
Demonstrated oral written communication skills including ability to present to all levels of management
Ability to work with minimal supervision and direction
MS Office proficient.
Experience with PFMEA development and use (preferred)
Preferred Work Schedule:
core hours 7 am to 3 pm.