Overview

Our client located in Aurora, Ontario has an immediate opening for a Manufacturing Engineer

Responsibilities    

  • Plan, co-ordinate, lead, and participate in various multi-disciplined teams in addressing and fulfilling various corporate objectives, associated with the manufacturing process, productivity, volume outputs, scrap/rework, quality, safety, and delivery commitments
  • Maintain current with the overall field of Manufacturing Engineering, new technology, and processes, attending training courses as needed
  • In liaison with the Program Manager, Sales Coordinator, Product Engineer, Purchasing complete all RFQ’s on a timely basis while meeting the customer’s requirements
  • Define specification and the statement of work, develop, maintain and execute the implementation plan for new equipment
  • Obtain various new and/or modification of current equipment quotations for approval,
  • Champion continuous improvement program’s area of responsibility
  • Develop and maintain documentation for:
    • PFMEA
    • PFC
    • DFMA
    • Operator Instructions and training
    • Rework Instructions
    • Change-over procedure and instructions
    • Manufacturing Engineering Open Issues
    • New program monitoring requirements, as defined by the Engineering Management
    • Equipment capacity
    • Floor plan layout
    • Packaging studies
    • Time studies Ergonomic studies
    • Operator issues and Lessons Learned          
  • Source and develop outside vendors and resources that are capable in performing work to company specifications
  • Take a leadership role in the development and implementation of 8D’s corrective actions (C.A.R.’s)
  • Coordinate the execution of internal PPAP projects
  • Ensure manufacturing processes comply with pertinent health and safety legislation, practices and procedures
  • Plan, coordinate and develop prototype builds and budgets to meet program APQP timelines
  • Plan and lead the launch of new programs, new equipment and retro fits
  • Work directly with machine integrators and manage timelines and progress reports
  • Responsible for equipment being provided by O.E.M, to adhere to equipment specifications
  • Plan and lead for new gauge and check fixtures for new and existing programs
  • Performs all duties as assigned in accordance with and adherence to the TS 16949 Quality System Standard
  • Follows Policies, Procedures and Work Instructions as outlined in the Quality Systems Manual and Employee Handbook
  • Performs all job functions in a safe and healthful manner, abiding by all health, safety, 5S and Housekeeping guidelines and rules;
  • Reports all unsafe & unhealthy conditions to Management or a member of the Joint Health & Safety Committee
  • Performs other tasks as required

Qualifications

  • Degree/ Diploma in either Mechanical, Manufacturing, Production, Industrial Engineering, or equivalent work experience
  • Computer skills in SolidWorks, Microsoft Word, Excel, and Project
  • Minimum 5 years industrial experience, preferably in:
    • automated assembly process,
    • MIG welding process,
    • knowledge in Laser welding is an asset
    • Tool and Die making and/or metal fabrication

Applying

Please submit resumes to george@halliwellconsulting.com including salary expectations and availability.