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Manufacturing Engineer

bw_wordkay_placeWuhan - China

bw_wordkay_timeMar 19, 2019

bw_wordkay_optionFull time

bw_wordkay_idR2019-0450


Manufacturing Engineer will be primarily responsible for alternator, rotor line and final line kaizen action on site, and new process development on these lines.

Key Accountabilities

  • Responsible for product / part capacity planning and ensuring effective equipment utilization
  • Provides overall manufacturing planning which includes development of the detailed manufacturing Strategic Action Plan (STRAP)
  • Coordinate regional Capex appropriation requests
  • Implementation of Manufacturing Flexibility by developing standard manufacturing platforms
  • Implementation of standard Bill of Process for specific product lines
  • Standardization of Manufacturing concepts, including design and build of tooling built by internal and  external tool making resources
  • Develop the standard of Lean assembly systems, outlining sequence of operations, process flows, machine balance, operator balance, and take time requirements in process and manufacturing systems
  • Leading the Manufacturing Engineering and participating in Project Team activity. Involvement will include working with cross-functional teams on a global basis
  • Providing Mfg. Eng functional assistance to the PMO and Program Managers on RCP programs
  • Communication. Includes global communications with Operations, and all functional areas

Qualifications & Requirements

  • Knowledge of manufacturing processes. Includes automatic assembly processes, operator controlled processes, machine controls, secondary processes (welding, staking, orbital forming, coil winding, termination processes, press-fit operations, fastener torqueing, process gaging, process tests, and part’s making / fabrication functions and processes
  • Design engineering knowledge, outlining of concepts, development of PFMEA’s, and process flow development. (Note:  Knowledge of starting motors, alternators and Hybrid motors would be of benefit, but not required)
  • Excellent communication skills (written and oral)
  • Strong Project Management knowledge (deliverables to a manufacturing project)
  • Understanding of Lean Principles
  • Understanding of Error-proofing and Poke-Yoke techniques and concepts
  • Ability to travel and assisting outside suppliers.  Focus on assisting in reducing costs.
  • Organization and planning skills, outlining of project timelines and deliverables
  • Capability to manage multiple projects at the same time
  • Capability to work directly with outside suppliers on equipment and tooling procurement, setting priorities, and following up with outside suppliers to meet project objectives
  • Experience with Kaizen workshops, reducing costs, developing lean improvements in our operations
  • Computer skills, MS Word, Excel, Project, AutoCAD

Key Competencies

  • Process Management
  • Perspective
  • Customer Focus
  • Functional / Technical Skills
  • Problem Solving
  • Decision Quality
  • Priority Setting
  • Self-Knowledge
  • Drive for Results
  • Interpersonal Savvy

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