• Manufacturing Process Engineer - Automotive Manufacturing ... Ingersoll
  • CIeNET Technologies in Ingersoll, , Canada
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  • 1 month ago

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Location: Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada (Onsite)

Daily Schedule/Shift: Primarily day shift (7am-3pm), but must be flexible to work off-shifts as necessary to support project and business needs. Overtime as required.

Position Title: Manufacturing Process Engineer - Automotive Manufacturing & Engineering

CIeNET is a mobile, automotive, telecom and enterprise software services and solutions research, engineering and development company founded in the U.S. in the year 2000. We currently have over 2,400 employees worldwide, supporting customers in North America, Asia and Europe. We have over ten locations across US, Canada, Mainland China and Taiwan. CIeNET has been named Global Outsourcing 100 in fifteen consecutive years. CIeNET has become an ALTEN Group Company in 2021.

CIeNET is expanding its presence in Canada to better serve our industry leading customers in the automotive industry. We are working on state-of-the-art technologies and products that will bring automotive information... and entertainment, mobile internet, telematics services and ADAS to life in the years to come.

CIeNET Canada is looking for intelligent, creative, enthusiastic and diligent professionals to join our team and shape the great future of your career with us.

Role Summary

We are seeking a highly skilled and experienced Process Engineer to support Automotive General Assembly tooling for the maintenance and production requirements. The main function of a manufacturing process engineer is to direct the development and/or improvements of manufacturing processes and equipment.

Key Responsibilities
• Propose and evaluate manufacturing process and equipment for assigned areas
• Meet plant goals and standards in safety, quality, delivery, and cost
• Coordinate the effective use of personnel, materials, and equipment in supporting SPQRC (Safety, People, Quality, Responsiveness and Cost) initiatives
• Evaluate expenditures for processes and/or equipment
• Provide technical assistance and training for assigned plant operations
• Works closely with production and maintenance personnel and suppliers to ensure timely completion of projects
• Analyze tooling and equipment and select proper steps for solution
• Communicate with internal and external business units
• Support plants in achieving Safety, People, Quality, Responsiveness and Cost goals
• Support and implement the QS9000/ISO14001/(GMS) Global Manufacturing System compliance processes



Required Skills and Experiences:
• 3+ years' process engineer experience in manufacturing, 5-7 years preferred
• Expert knowledge of manufacturing and assembly processes
• Basic knowledge of tooling processes
• Basic knowledge of automotive industry processes
• Knowledge in MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
• Knowledge with Lotus Notes or other email communication tool
• Ability to partner with senior management to analyze and solve issues
• Ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Ability to work well with others, exhibiting teamwork skills

Preferred Skills and Experiences:
• Specific experience in pneumatics, robotics, PLC familiarity
• Experience working in automotive manufacturing
• Experience working in GM factories

Education and Training:
• Bachelor's Degree in engineering or related discipline


Group Insurance, Employer RRSP match, 15 days annual vacation.

CIeNET offers equal opportunities to people. Accommodation is available for applicants with disabilities upon required. We would like to thank all applicants for expressing interest. However only those selected for interviews will be contacted. Reference check of certain positions will be conducted with your permission
Ingersoll ON


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