Continental Structural Plastics (CSP) is an innovative and full-service Tier One supplier with a global presence and emphasis in development for lightweight technologies. CSP offers employees the opportunity to join a leading edge company within the composite material industry and enjoy the benefits offered by a growing company in North America and internationally.
CSP is looking for a Manufacturing Engineer for our Salisbury, North Carolina Plant. This position will be responsible for launching new programs including approving new product designs, analyzing and approving new manufacturing equipment for the products and assessing/approving new processes to manufacture the products.
Specific Job Duties:
Develop and install secondary equipment in conjunction with APQP engineering and maintenance.
Continuously improve processes utilizing synchronous and lean manufacturing techniques to improve labor efficiencies and quality.
Lead and participate in team activities to maintain and continuously improve upon departmental efficiencies.
Assist in investigating customer and internal quality issues and implement corrective action plans to improve our products and processes.
Maintain process open issues list, copy/ review with appropriate managers.
Assist in launching new programs by developing process flows, cell layouts, component flows, estimating cycle times and labor requirements, line balancing, and tracking builds prior to SOP.
Coordinate with program engineers on new program launches and component changes in efforts to implement DFMA strategies (Design for Manufacturing). Assist in developing work guidance's, FMEAs and control plans pertaining to initiated process changes.
Assist in communicating and training all Quality Department Team Members, Team Leaders, and team members on initiated process changes.
Implement error-proofing systems to eliminate the possibility for assembly errors.
Review new technologies, benchmarking them against other divisions, as well as, other manufacturing facilities to determine their relevance.
Review ergonomics for building and inspecting procedures.
Perform other duties as required.
A Bachelor Degree in Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Engineering Technology, or related.
Exposure to DFMA, synchronous manufacturing, and ergonomics.
Must have a minimum of three (3) years of engineering experience in a manufacturing environment (preferably automotive).
Must have very strong analytical & problem solving skills.
Must have very strong communication skills (verbal & written)
Must have knowledge of Lean Manufacturing Principles.
Must have proficient computer skills (Word, Excel, Project, AutoCAD
Must be able to work with a minimal supervision and participate in cross functional Teams.
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