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Welding / Process Engineer

CB Canada

This is a Full-time position in Vaughan, ON posted September 8, 2019.

Co-ordinate and maintain physical layout of welding equipment, materials and storage.

Maintain accurate throughput calculations for all manufacturing resources.

Determine cycle times for manufacturing resources.

Identify bottleneck resources and capacity constraint resources.

Co-ordinate throughput improvement efforts.

Assess operator utilization, Assess ergonomics conditions, reduce ergonomics stressors.

Perform standardized work studies.

Implement continuous improvements and monitor cost savings.

Maintain key performance indicator charts/graphs.

Implement error proofing.

Co-ordinate problem solving efforts.

Co-ordinate new business related matter.

Capacity planning.

Completion of Job Instruction sheets.

Maintain master lists of ; JIS, set-up instructions, re-work instructions, sample boards Evaluate and co-ordinate elimination of safety hazards.

Responsibility and authority to deal with customers and suppliers that effect the company financially and strategically.

Completion of set-up instructions and re-work instructions Maintains equipment list Assigns and maintains equipment numbering Makes and maintains sample boards Establishes tooling list Fills in Supplier’s Tooling Confirmation Forms Manages GP-9 Run Rates Key member of machine validation team, Key member of APQP team Responsible for the production process from start to finish, updates, revisions, continuous improvements.

Maintains compliance to Engineering and TS 16949 procedures; University Degree in Mechanical Engineering; or Engineering Technologist Excellent English communication skills (both verbal and written) Strong organizational skills and ability to work independently Knowledge of automotive industry processes and operations Strong computer skills Knowledge of customer specific requirements (APQP, PPAP, PFMEA) Strong leadership and facilitation skills 3 years previous experience, as process engineer in a North American automotive environment essential in a Welding/Stamping environment Must be active in continuous improvement initiatives and activities.

High level of time management and ability to lead a team Candidates from outside of Canada will not be considered.