Sequencing Process Engineer

Brownstown, MI 48193

Posted: 02/15/2023 Job Number: 23117878

Job Description

ITS has a client in the Brownstown, MI area seeking a Sequencing Process Engineer.  This is a direct hire role with full benefits including 401k. 
Specific Job Duties:
  • Work with our sequencing partners designing, error proofing, and implementing new off-site assembly processes. This includes developing process flows, cell layouts, component flows, estimating takt times, labor requirements, and tracking builds prior to SOP.
  • Must take a " hands on” approach to all areas of assembly and sequencing.
  • Must be able to understand how fascia assemblies go together using customer provided Data (Spinfire, 3D PDF or CAD).
  • Follow time lines and keep Program launch check lists up to date.
  • Develop and maintain open issues list to be shared in launch team meetings.
  • Work with APQP on error proofing requirements and any open issues identified utilizing DFMA practices.
  • Work with APQP on fascia designs to improve assembly processes and ergonomic requirements
  • Work with Facilities & Automation Engineering teams on specific equipment requirements and deliverables.
  • Assist with training off site personnel on new equipment and assembly processes.
  • Ensure all documentation required for PPAP is ready and available prior to run at rate with customer. This includes work guidance' s, FMEAs and control plans, Torque/Pull test schedules.
  • Train sequencing partners on escalation procedures.
  • Must be self motivated have a flexible schedule and plan to travel, possibly for extended periods of time.
  • Anything related to launching off site assembly process.
  • Continuously improve offsite processes utilizing synchronous and lean manufacturing techniques to improve labor efficiencies and quality.
  • Help develop and drive KOI' s at our off site assembly sequencers.
  • Assist in investigating customer and sequencing quality issues and implement corrective action plans to improve our products and processes.
  • Assist in communicating and training all CPA' s, Team Leaders, and team members on initiated processes and changes.
  • 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.

Educational Requirements
  • A bachelor degree in an Engineering Science or Technology area.
  • Exposure to DFMA, synchronous manufacturing, and ergonomics.
Related Work Experience:
  • Previous experience in a manufacturing environment.
  • Proficient computer skills a must (Word, Excel, Project, AutoCAD)
  • MES (Nysus, InSequence) back ground preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with a minimal supervision and participate as a team player.
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