The Engineering Institute of Canada
The Engineering Institute of Canada Canada Canada
1 month ago
Responsibilities Plan, co-ordinate, lead, and participate in various multi-disciplined teams in addressing and fulfilling various corporate objectives, associated with the manufacturing process, productivity, volume outputs, scrap/rework, quality, safety, and delivery commitments Champion regular PFMEA walks with CFT and take RPN Reduction Initiatives on months bases. Keep track and maintain meeting minutes. Take bottleneck reduction initiatives by analyzing processes at steady state and determine areas of improvement in terms of cycle time reduction Responsible for accurate completion of Equipment Validation Checklist and closure of all tasks in a timely manner. Maintain current with the overall field of Manufacturing Engineering, new technology, and processes, attending training courses as needed In liaison with the Program Manager, Sales Coordinator, Product Engineer, and Purchasing complete all RFQ's on a timely basis while meeting the customer's requirements Define specification... and the statement of work, procurement of various quotations for approval, develop, maintain, and execute the implementation plan for new equipment Champion continuous improvement program's area of responsibility Develop and maintain documentation for: PFMEA, PFC, Job Element Sheets (JES), Rework, Change-over procedure and instructions, Manufacturing Engineering Open Issues, New program monitoring requirements, Equipment capacity, Operator issues related to Ergonomics and Safety, Process Change Requests, Purchase Order Request, Parameter Sheets (Welding and Process), Equipment Validation Checklists, Statement of Work (SOW), Equipment Validation Checklists, PDP Deliverables Source and develop outside vendors and resources that are capable in performing work to Cam-Slide specifications Take a leadership role in the development and implementation of 8D's corrective actions (C.A.R.'s) Assist with execution of internal PPAP projects Ensure manufacturing processes comply with pertinent health and safety legislation, practices, and procedures Assist with prototype builds and budgets to meet program timetables Plan and lead the launch of new programs, new equipment, and retrofits Work directly with machine integrators and manage timelines and progress reports Responsible for equipment being provided by O.E.M, to adhere to Cam-Slide equipment specifications Adhering to all the ISO/IATF policies and procedures The Manufacturing Engineer also possesses a reporting relationship in the form of direct liaison with Sales Coordinator, Product Engineer, Manufacturing, Production Design and Quality Assurance to fulfill the various objectives of the organization
Degree/ Diploma in either Mechanical, Manufacturing, Industrial Engineering, or equivalent work experience Minimum 3 years industrial experience in a manufacturing facility as a manufacturing/mechanical/Industrial engineer is considered an asset Tool and Die making, stamping, welding, metal fabrication experience is an asset Computer skills in Auto Cad, Solid Works, Microsoft Word, Excel, Project preferred Experience with GD&T preferred
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