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Job Ref:  dcf8ea13
Employer:  Direct Solutions - Canada
Country:  Canada
County/State:  Ontario
City:  Toronto
07/10/2016 23:15
Job Description:

Manufacturing Engineer (Automotive) SUMMARY Experienced with manufacturing processes in the automotive parts manufacturing sector, your objective will be to improve overall production output by improving systems and processes. RESPONSIBILITIES Provide machinery capacity and space requirements to produce what the Sales Department quotes to potential customers. Coordinate program launch activities by developing and maintaining machine and labour hours for work-cells using DIN volumes. Work with other engineers and departments to ensure the manufacturing processes are geared to produce products with maximum efficiency. Ensure sub-contractors provide information accurately and in a timely manner to avoid delays, errors or compromises. Help organize plant start-up and shut-down schedules to minimize downtime. Apply CI and lean initiatives to reduce process-related costs, eliminate waste and improve efficiencies. Collect, interpret and analyze data to ascertain practical impact of making any changes to processes. QUALIFICATIONS Professional Engineer License Engineering Degree Minimum of 5 years of work experience with automotive metal stamping, assembly, molding and painting manufacturing processes. Having assembly cell and automation experience is an asset.

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