The Body-in-White Process Engineer will be responsible for sustaining and redesigning mechanical portions of the body center. This would include re-designing mechanical aspects of fixtures and tooling. Hands-on Engineer working closely with design engineering, quality, production, and line builders to take vehicle design changes and new vehicle designs from initial concepts through prototype and full production.
- You will analyze, design, and optimize new production processes to ensure safety while maximizing yield, capacity, and cost effectiveness to enable the build of world-class vehicles
- You will develop and modify existing line layouts, processes, and fixtures to improve material flow, waste reduction, safety, and ergonomics by utilizing Lean Manufacturing best practices
- Support the transition of a product from concept to pilot line production and into mass manufacturing
- Develop GD&T strategy to support vehicle quality build targets and drive tooling design
- Define a project’s scope, manage spend against the budget, coordinate with outside vendors, and oversee the installation of new equipment to ensure all requirements are met
- 5+ years of experience in a Body Shop manufacturing environment
- Must possess process engineering skills (process development/improvement, troubleshooting, data analysis, constraint analysis, flow optimization, etc.)
- Extensive hands on experience modifying jigs, fixtures, and coordinating equipment installations
- Good understanding of BOMs, manufacturability, process design, process validation, assembly methods, design reviews and cost reduction methodologies
- Experienced with AUTOCAD, CATIA software or similar tool
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