Job Order #3851

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Posted Date: 8/13/2018
Job Category: Engineering
Position Title: Process Engineer - Welding
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Location: Woodbridge, Ontario, Canada
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Description: Job Description

POSITION TITLE: Process Engineer

DEPARTMENT: Engineering

REPORTS TO: Engineering Manager

POSITION OVERVIEW:
Responsible for follow-up of mechanical systems designs for a variety of assembly applications including welders, robots, conveyance and transfer systems. Applies industry knowledge and experience to manage projects from the quoting phase through commissioning and production. Utilizes planning, resource and task management skills in directing vendors to successful implementation of projects. Can delegate and manage multiple projects at any given time. Is capable of making autonomous decisions based on experience and project requirements; has specialized training either formal or through on-the-job work experience. Travel (possibly international) is often required until equipment is in operation.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:
• Five years experience in the automotive industry.
• Working Knowledge of MRP.
• Post-secondary education in engineering
• 3 years specializing in welding processes
• Ability to manage the acquisition of raw material through to the production and shipment of finished goods.

RESPONSIBILITIES / EFFORTS / WORKING CONDITIONS:
• Responsible to drive and understand customer specifications, both corporate and plan and applies standards for use in all aspects of mechanical designs.
• Responsible to support production personnel in root cause analysis and problem resolution of production quality and cost challenges.
• Responsible to estimate content and labor costs for proposals and engineering change quotes.
• Responsible to assign, follow-up and approve vendor work requirements throughout design phase.
• Responsible to follow-up and ensure vendor progress that meets or exceeds project timing.
• Responsible for analyzing scope of work during pre-award phase and to assist in development of manpower plan requirements to complete project within time constraints defined in the project timeline.
• Responsible to give updates to project team including cost projections as engineering changes occur during the life cycle of the project.
• Responsible to work with customer to finalize design requirements, reviews and approvals throughout design phase. Responsible for Installation Risk Assessment, Safety & Risk Assessment and MFMEA.
• Works with the Ergonomic Committee to complete ERA's on equipment.
• Works with the Engineer Manager to ensure cross functional communication is taking place when there's a "process change" that affects engineering and/or other departments.
• Works with the Engineer Manager to execute projects
• Works with the Engineer Manager to track and report project status, CPMP.
Works with the Engineer Manager to create project timelines for design tasks from critical project milestones provided by Engineer Manager.
• Responsible in leading Cross-functional teams to complete PFMEA's, Process Flows, Standardized Work documentation. Responsible for program management documentation - CPMP open issue updates and scheduling/leading CPMP Gate Reviews.
• Works with Engineer Manager on build, integration and commissioning plan.
• 18. Follows and supports Magna's operating principles, including:
• Magna Employee Charter - Operating under its principles by treating all associates equally, fairly and with dignity and respect without favoritism.
• Open Door Policy - Solves issues with two way, open and friendly communication.
• C48 - Listens to issues and concerns and responds within 48 hours
• 5S - Maintains and promotes good housekeeping by following the philosophy "Everything has a place. Everything in its place".
• Safety First- leads by example and enforces all of the plant's safety rules and procedures by wearing PPE at all times and immediately addressing all safety concerns. Promotes an environment where zero injuries are the expected standard. Company quality and environmental policies
• Core values-Treat all employees equally, fairly, with dignity and respect, without favoritism in accordance with company values.
• Supports efforts to achieve department and plant goals on Employee Opinion Survey.
• May be required to adjust shifts as necessary.
• Perform other duties as assigned.


SAFETY PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS:
• Instruct workers in safety, including the use of personal protective equipment,
• Maintain proper housekeeping, recognize unsafe work conditions;
• Administer first aid when necessary and fill out reports;

CORE COMPETENCIES:
• Required to possess a mature, consistent attitude towards the responsibilities of the job;
• Must have strong leadership skills, must be able to lead by example whenever necessary and promote a team approach to problem solving;
• Must have sound knowledge of employment related legislative requirements;
• Must be self-motivated and display the skills required to develop and motivate employees;
• Must be capable of working under pressure and with short completion times on projects;
• TS16949 awareness and adherence;
• ISO14001 awareness and adherence;
• Lean Manufacturing and 5S concepts awareness and adherence.


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