Manufacturing Eng General

Position Description:

The Final Assembly Advanced Feasibility Team is a cross-functional team having the primary responsibility to develop detailed plans for future new model vehicle programs at North American assembly plants. In addition, the team is responsible for updating and managing standards and new technologies. This organization is searching for a Simulation Engineer who will be responsible for the following: • Develop SOW and provide simulation costs for all New Model Program Cost Studies for purchased service support. • Review and validate all invoices for Discrete Event Simulation purchased services to authorize payment. • Build & construct Discrete Event Simulation Models for Final Assembly, including Tire & Wheel, End of Line, Sequencing Banks, and any other sub-assembly areas. • Create Discrete Event Simulation Input Sheet interface using benchmark availability data and initial cycle time data. • Complete package of results including constraints, carrier counts, buffer utilization, sensitivity, recommended line speeds, and other requested information. • Identify and drive resolution of any simulation related throughput issues. • Present simulation & results as required to VOME Management, Plant Management, etc. • Provide MTBF/MTTR benchmarks for Factory Information System and IIoT Monitoring.

Skills Required:

• Proficient working with Simul8 Software. • Strong computer skills (Excel, Visio, Power Point, etc.). • Strong verbal & written communication and presentation skills. • Ability to operate in stressful situations within timing constraints. • Ability to work with minimal direct supervision. • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.

Skills Preferred:

• Knowledge of AutoMod, Witness, PlantSim, and other...