Location: Multimatic Dynamic Suspensions, East Gwillimbury, Ontario, Canada
Posted: May 8th, 2018
Multimatic Dynamic Suspensions (MDS) is one of the newest of Multimatic’s North American divisions. It is a supplier of suspension parts and welded assemblies to the automotive industry, manufacturing front and rear lower control arms, links, stabilizer bars and various welded assemblies in a modern 240,000 square foot facility.
Multimatic Dynamic Suspensions is looking for a Process Engineer that will be responsible to increase company profitability and improve employee working conditions by studying, recommending and implementing changes to existing and new manufacturing processes.
Ensures accuracy of manufacturing bills of materials for all products, i.e. parent component relationship, part numbers, and quantity per, at 98% accuracy level.
Ensures accuracy of work centre master file, routers, standard run and set up times, sub-contracted operations, and reporting points for back flushing for all products, at 98% accuracy level.
Co-ordinate with Scheduling, Tooling and QC the proper timing of ECN's to minimize obsolete stock, and ensure production at required Engineering level.
Develop and co-ordinate plant and equipment layout improvements, process improvements, die change and first off improvements, to prepare Company for Just In Time manufacturing and TQC (Total Quality Control).
Co-ordinate and follow up on the smooth introduction of new product to the company assist in selecting appropriate suppliers for subcontracted operations.
Research and pursue any potential operational opportunities for improvement in the Company's Operation to make the Company competitive in a JIT Manufacturing Environment.
Participates in the engineering change (DPCRF) process by designing / updating Process Failure Mode Effects Analyses (PFMEAs) as needed, reviewing all operators instructions, ensuring assembly equipment readiness, packaging requirements are met, and all other Manufacturing Engineering tasks are completed on the ECL Checklist before the change effective date.
Maintains regular daily presence on the production floor and provides engineering support to assembly in areas of safety, ergonomic evaluations, methods improvement, procurement and fabrication of necessary equipment to improve/complete any required process additions and/or alterations, and responding to their concerns/suggestions.
Research, investigate and report manufacturing problems/concerns for improvement of overall plant productivity including process cost reductions, monitoring and devising / implementing corrective actions to minimize process downtimes and rejects.
Education and Experience:
College Diploma or University Degree in Industrial or Mechanical/Electrical Engineering, OR
Five years experience in a related field or discipline.
Good knowledge of manufacturing, processes, production reporting system and MRP/SAP.
Good knowledge of Government legislation in the areas of Health & Safety, Environment, Employment Standards, Fire Code, Canadian Standards Association, etc.
Good Technical Report writing abilities.
Excellent problem solving techniques and methods.
Computer skills in the area of spread sheets, databases, word processing, and C.A.D.
Multimatic offers a comprehensive benefits package, as well as a friendly work environment. To apply for this career opportunity, click below on the "APPLY NOW" and send us your resume and cover letter outlining your professional experience.
Accommodations for job applicants with disabilities will be provided upon request during the recruitment, assessment, selection and placement process.
If you are interested in this position, apply by sending us your cover letter and resume. We thank all interested candidates in advance; however, only individuals selected for interviews will be contacted.
As part of our commitment to ensuring our employment practices are fair, accessible, and inclusive of persons with disabilities, recruitment-related accommodations for disabilities, are available upon request throughout the recruitment and assessment process for applicants with disabilities.