Process Engineer

Company Name:
Denso DMMI
Brief Posting Description
Process Design (Failure Mode Analysis, Line Balancing, etc.), Equipment/Jig Specification, Justification, Installation, Testing, and Buyoff, Process Validation & Capability, EPIQS Process Documentation (PFMEA, Process Flow, Control Plan, QA-Net). Presentations for key NPI meetings (G-ESC milestone meetings), Coordination support for production trials, Prototype development, Process Support (from Design Reviews at prototype through Early Stage Control of mass production), Capacity and feasibility studies, Facilitate design review process with QA NET and Kaizen teams - incorporate current process limitations into new product designs.
Work to improve process through machine improvements.
Show payback and achieve executive approval for proposals considering cost, quality and delivery.
Demonstrate process flow, labor balance, and cost per piece impact as part of decision matrix.
Work with Machine Design and Prod. Eng. to plan new equipment.
Lead planning and actual install events, support equipment training, line-off, and document buy-off condition incorporating ergo, safety and spare parts.
Understand machine operation and making suggestions to improve machine operation ratios, net operator time and product flow.
Quality and Credibility:
Support all necessary manufacturing issues with high level activity for process safety concerns, customer quality concerns, supplier and/or vendor quality investigations, shipment concerns and product sort/rework activities.
Support request from DENSO Japan (DNJP), Overseas Engineering Team and group companies, (TAC-DMCN, DMAR, DNMX)
Work to support DNJP request through DNJP coordinators and possible evening meetings.
Field claim root cause analysis, basic tooling and machine design.
Manage projects from concept through completion:
Using associate safety, product quality, TPS, and piece price as primary drivers.
Prepare and present materials that explain background, concern, current condition, and countermeasure as requested.
Display quick action, clear communication, and high level of professionalism.
Communicate between support departments for open items. (Design, Quality, Production Control, Production, Business Planning, Purchasing, etc.).
Detailed Description
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS (MUST meet minimum qualifications to be considered)
Bachelor's degree in Engineering (ME / IE / EE / Mfg Eng).
Minimum of 3 years experience in project leadership.
Minimum of 3 years experience in Production/Process Engineering or related area.
Excellent self-management and project management skills (ability to manage numerous projects simultaneously).
Ability to work in a team environment.
Willingness to work overtime when required.
Highly capable in the use of Microsoft Office Applications.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, time management and organization skills.
Excellent oral and written communication skills, highly motivated and technically competent, innovative problem-solver that incorporates the plan, do, check, action methods.
Ability to negotiate and prioritize, ability to multitask, willingness to travel (to support other group DENSO companies, customers, suppliers, etc.)
Job Requirements
Has experience justifying and receiving approval of large capital expenditures and experience in HVAC Assembly process.
Knowledge in CAD software (AutoCAD and Solidworks).
A proactive person who will seek out and implement additional tasks that will add value to DMMI.
Understanding of the DNA System (QANET). Ability to read and understand G,D,&T, Understanding of customer expectations (process documentation, quality standards, etc.).
PFMEA & CONTROL PLAN Training, TS16949 Standards Training or Experience.
Additional Details
Apply online or send resumes to:dmmi_recruiter@
DENSO Manufacturing Michigan, Inc. is not sponsoring applications for employment visas in 2014.
How To Apply
Apply online or send resumes to:dmmi_recruiter@
DENSO Manufacturing Michigan, Inc. is not sponsoring applications for employment visas in 2014.

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