Johnson Controls, Inc. Milwaukee , WI 53201
What you will do
The Process / Manufacturing Engineer participates as a team member in small and large projects in the Manufacturing Engineering Assembly area. The Engineer provides mechanical and electrical design and system design deliverables for assigned projects. The Engineer develops process specification changes, creates and update Operator and Maintenance Work instructions for the assembly processes and assembly equipment as assigned. Updates to Assembly Process Flow Charts and PFEMA documentation are also assignments for the Engineer. The Engineer will be development to the level of a competent SME (Subject Matter Expert) for assigned Assembly Equipment and Processes.
How you will do it
Participate in cross-functional teams assignments to develop changes to existing equipment.
Function as a Project Lead in smaller development projects that have impact on the business objectives.
Prepare project review information to share with team members, supervisor, manager and director and other appropriate leadership levels on a specified frequency for specified projects.
Identify barriers to project success and lead efforts to eliminate the barriers.
Implement process changes on existing equipment, and assist with the development and installation of production expansion equipment in the assembly.
Assist corporate and plant level Safety, Environmental, and Quality Assurance Dept. personnel to ensure that manufacturing assembly processes and assembly equipment meet all Safety, Environmental, and Quality and Engineering requirements.
Communicate with plant manufacturing employees to align project focus and to define barriers to production performance that require attention.
Develop equipment functional statements of work, equipment acceptance test plans.
Travel to equipment supplier sites to perform equipment qualification and acceptance testing evaluation.
Performs other tasks as assigned.
What we look for
5+ years of manufacturing engineering experience.
Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering.
3D modeling and 2D drafting experience; SolidWorks, AutoCAD, Microsoft Office applications.
Minimum 3 years of experience in process engineering role
Ability to interpret electrical schematics
Ability to access and edit machine PLC code; RS Logix PLC programming software- Allen Bradley
Ability to design pneumatic and hydraulic systems, create pneumatic and hydraulic schematics, and ability to interpret pneumatic and hydraulic schematics.
Other beneficial skills: Minitab, Six Sigma
Additional requirements: Up to 50% travel throughout the US is to be expected. Working in the JCI battery plants during project implementation may require working shifts other than 1st shift and working days other than Monday thru Friday
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