Industrial Engineer

Job Description

  • Drive development and/or installation of direct and indirect labor standards and methods. Track labor, efficient manpower utilization and line balancing
  • Conduct Job Ergonomics evaluations
  • Analyze problem process constraints and conduct equipment cycle time analysis
  • Recommend most efficient distribution of manpower and review daily employee manpower, analyze plant methods and standards
  • Prepare or direct the preparation of cost estimates of new or revised methods and standards
  • Review proposed changes in plant layout, processes, material handling, routing, etc.

Skills Required

  • Analyze production and non-production operations to determine those requiring study and develop new or improved methods and standards
  • Conduct time and motion/MODAPTS studies and review employee proposals and suggestions
  • Develop cycle line layouts for current and future models using ACAD
  • Lead job methodization and process allocations
  • Coordinate engineering changes and planning
  • Conduct value stream mapping and process audits
  • Develop cost saving project proposals and write projects as required
  • Interface with Production Supervision and the UAW to settle job disputes
  • Assist production in planning labor allocations for mix and line speed changes
  • Should possess the ability to analyze and resolve issues quickly through route cause analysis and drive change back to the production departments
  • Must have the necessary skill set to have job placement flexibility and the expectation to rotate to various positions within the plan such as Production or Quality
  • Should display strong customer orientation with a commitment to upholding plant processes through strict adherence to the Quality Operating System
  • Must demonstrate the ability to execute to achieve results, while...