Uses engineering principles to design, procure, install and validate manufacturing processes. Analyzes and plans for labor utilization, equipment requirements, workflow, manufacturing space requirements and layout for maximum efficiency. Interfaces with the development team from concept through start of production to ensure the successful launch of new products.
Development of manufacturing processes by completing detailed engineering analysis of:
Design for assembly
Logistics and contingency planning
Process labor planning & line balance
Material flow planning
Facilities requirement definition
Build manifest definition
Shop floor controls systems
Andon/Plant visual management
Process failure mode and effect analysis
Production equipment & tooling specification, purchase and acceptance
Validation of manufacturing process to meet labor targets, production output and quality standards
Actively participates in Health/Safety/Environmental investigations and the 8D process in order to develop root cause analysis for problem resolution as required.
Reporting accidents, occupational illnesses, and HSE&E emergencies, and inform supervisor of known HSE&E conditions which could adversely affect other team members, assets or to the public.
Ensures compliance with all safety procedures and ensures safe working procedures in assigned production areas.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Minimum of Bachelor of Science in Engineering
Mechanical or Industrial Engineering preferred
Equivalent experience may be considered
Minimum of three (3) years industry experience
Automotive interiors experience preferred
Working experience in manufacturing assembly environment desired
Bridgewater Interiors IV