We are currently recruiting for a Assembly Project Engineer to immediately fill a position with one of our successful automotive manufacturing clients in the Cambridge, Ontario area.
The Assembly Project Engineer duties will include:
Project Management--Lower cost and decrease project time by planning and tracking progress by equipment / process
- Manage equipment task list and schedule
- Manage equipment budget
- Track vendor design, fabrication and installation activities
- Supervise and coordinate contractors in field work environment
- Interface with contractors/skilled trades, affiliate companies, engineers and equipment manufacturers
- Make countermeasures for timely completion of project deadlines
- Provide updates/reports to management
Investigation-Lower cost and decrease project time by identifying problems/concerns at
earliest stages, prior to equipment procurement
- Review historical information for equipment. [Downtime, Maintenance required, previous punch list, Ergo]
- Recommend changes to vehicle/part design to improve Safety/Ergo, Quality and Productivity
- Investigate impact to processing equipment based upon vehicle an parts change
- Determine impact to processes and equipment
- Determine concept for processing and equipment changes
- Investigate concept to confirm results
Develop Spec- Lower cost and decrease project time by specifying standard equipment for similar processes.
- Focus on simple/slim design.
- Utilize established client Standards for design guidance
- Develop equipment specifications for new equipment or modification to existing equipment
- Investigate equipment at other manufacturing facilities for standardization
- Prepare written specifications detailing requirements, roles and responsibilities, and schedule
- Arrange and hold bid meetings
- Review and recommend bid acceptance [or clarifications]
Confirmation- Confirm changes meet needs for Safety, Quality, Productivity and Cost Targets
- Plan and review trials
- Confirm equipment during offline trials/online trials
- Confirm Quality results [torque, volume, mutilation, etc…]
- Confirm Productivity results [cycle time, ergo, flow, etc…]
- Develop and negotiate countermeasures as needed
- 3-5 Years experience
- 2+ Years working in Manufacturing Plant
- 3+ Years experience with CAD systems
- 2+ Years working in Automotive Manufacturing Plant
- 3+ Years experience with CATIA
- 3+ Years experience with AutoCAD
Education Level: BS Major: ME or EE
Travel: < 40%
This position has full benefits available. Salary is dependent upon experience.
Thinkpath Engineering Services, LLC (TES) is a leader in providing customized engineering and design services across North America. In addition to full-service engineering and design, we also specialize in CAD services, on-site placement and support, technical publications, training/e-learning, power/air pollution control and material handling systems. With roots back to 1977, TES is headquartered in Dayton, Ohio with offices in Toronto, Indiana, Florida and New Jersey.
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