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Associate Engineer- Module Production

Mobis Alabama LLC Montgomery, Alabama Full-Time
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Department: Module Production- Process Workgroup

Reports to: Process Workgroup Manager

FLSA Status: Nonexempt

Summary:

The Associate Engineer is responsible for providing support for all Engineering requirements on the Module Lines, working as  part of a Task Force Team for line operations, assisting with implementation of process improvements, recommending tooling requirements, keeping records, managing assets, corresponding with associated departments, leading  projects, performing time studies, and assisting with line of balance management.

Essential Functions:

Specify special tools and fixtures to be used in assembly processes where required

Estimate cycle times and costs for each operation in the process

Maintain control of Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) drawings and revisions

Ensure that the Assembly process is capable of producing parts to customers’ specifications

Modify the process and update all relevant documentation when required (ex: Process Sign-Off [PSO] and other production documents)

Support continuous improvement of all quality-related findings

Maintain engineering documents according to TS 16949 requirements and transmit information to other departments

Write concise and direct work instructions for assembly requirements in each operation

Attend production meetings as required and disseminate information to relevant team members

Deliver presentations to customers regarding topics such as downtime, defects, new vehicle launches, system errors, cooperative projects, and audit activities

Work in conjunction with Manager to identify training needs and participate in training as required

Work in compliance with OSHA and EPA regulations and report noncompliance

Report defects in protective equipment, devices, or clothing to management

Maintain a clean and safe work area

Operate in full compliance with TS 16949 system

Comply with and promote safety in the workplace

Supervisory Responsibilities: None

Required Education & Experience:

Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical, Electrical, or Industrial Engineering, or related Engineering field

Required Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities:

Good written and verbal communication skills

Ability to manage time leading to the completion of critical projects

Excellent organizational skills

Proficiency in the Microsoft Office suite

Preferred Education & Experience:

Experience in automotive manufacturing

Experience with 2D and 3D CAD programs

Knowledge of Six Sigma

Working Conditions:

70% in office, 30% on production floor

Traversing production floor

Use of protective equipment, devices, and clothing

Ascending/descending ladders

Lifting 40-50 lbs.

Overtime and weekend work as needed

Skills required

Continuous Improvement Process
Six Sigma Methodology
Lean Manufacturing
Leadership
Team Building
Business Process Improvement
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From its beginnings under the name of Hyundai Precision Industry in 1977, MOBIS went on to become the world’s top container producer. After turning its focus to the automobile sector, in the 1990s MOBIS produced recreational vehicles like the Galloper and Santamo to create the “Galloper Legend”.

Going through the financial crisis in the late 1990s, MOBIS redesigned itself as an auto parts specialist.

Hyundai Precision started to produce and supply chassis modules for Hyundai Motor and took the after-sales service parts businesses from both Hyundai and Kia motors in late 1999, and the company was renamed as MOBIS, kicking off the new millennium. 2000 was the year that MOBIS not only changed its name, but also became the biggest automotive parts company in charge of after-sales service parts distribution, auto parts export and module manufacturing.

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