Manufacturing Engineering Body
Vehicle Operations Manufacturing Engineering is a cross-functional team having the primary responsibility to plan and implement the launch of new vehicle programs at assembly plants. The Manufacturing Engineer candidate will be a part of this team and be responsible for the following: - Deliver Manufacturing Delivery Quality Operating System requirements for your specific System (Body, Electrical, Powertrain, Suspension, Exterior, Interior, Body). Collaborate with Product Development team to generate facility & tooling costs, improve quality, and reduce labor requirements. - Use virtual tools to evaluate the feasibility of new model designs for high volume assembly operations. - Write/modify/maintain process sheets and deliver updated Cycle Line Layouts. - Lead identification, resolution, and closure of feasibility issues. - Create and follow a master schedule for the design, build, and implementation of tools in your subsystem. - Lead assembly tooling installation, start-up, and commissioning at the assembly site. In addition, support tooling buy-offs @ vendor facilities. - Lead identification, resolution, and closure of all Manufacturing specific product and tooling issues. - Develop "Lessons Learned" from New Model launches and implement Prevent Reoccurrence Actions into future programs. Support Department Safety, Quality, Delivery, Cost, People, Morale, Environment, and Innovation (SQDCPMEI) initiatives. - Interface with cross-functional activities (Product Development, Supplier Technical Assistance, Material Planning & Logistics, New Model Programs).
- Ability to work effectively as part of a team Strong Project Management skills and result oriented mindset - Strong computer skills (Excel, Power Point, etc.) - 3D CAD review abilities (Teamcenter, VisMockup, CATIA, or...