Michigan, Lansing-East Lansing
Specific Job Duties:
Self-starter that requires very little direction on CI Activities to improve their assigned work area
Continuously improve processes in assigned work area utilizing lean manufacturing techniques to improve labor efficiencies and quality.
Assist in launching new programs by developing process flows, cell layouts, component flows, estimating cycle times and labor requirements, and tracking builds prior to SORP
Coordinate with APQP and Product Engineers on new program launches. Identify ease of Assembly issues in advance of program launch in an effort to drive CI prior to SORP.
Assist in developing Standard Worksheets, FMEAs and Control Plans pertaining to initiated process changes
Lead and participate in Lean Kaizen Events
Assist in investigating customer and internal quality issues and implement corrective action plans to improve our products and processes.
Interact daily with Production Team members to understand the process and any issues the team is having with the Process
Maintain Process Open Issues list; work with Production Teams (PM, TL, QT) to ensure Open Issues are closed in a timely manner.
Assist in communicating and training all Quality Technicians, Team Leaders, and Team Members on initiated process changes.
Implement error-proofing systems to eliminate the possibility for assembly errors (poke-yokes).
Review new technologies, benchmarking them against other Magna divisions, as well as other manufacturing facilities to determine their relevance.
Review Ergonomics concerns within current and future processes and equipment
Perform other duties as required.
A Bachelor of Science in Mechanical or Industrial Engineering or equivalent
Exposure to Lean Manufacturing, JIT Sequential manufacturing, and ergonomics.
Related Work Experience:
PLC experience a plus
Proficient computer skills a must (Word, Excel, Project, AutoCAD)
Demonstrated ability to work with a minimal supervision and participate as a team player.