RCO Engineering Process Engineer in Pontiac, Michigan

Process Engineer

Location:

Pontiac, MIDiscipline:

EngineeringPosting Date:

08/21/2018

Scope of Work:

The career level process engineer, able to work autonomously with occasional guidance from supervision. Skilled in equipment/tooling alternatives, sequence and flow of operations for the effective utilization of personnel, material, machines and facilities necessary for the production of parts. Work is performed in a centralized manufacturing engineering activity or assembly/plant activity where creativity and initiative is exercised as well as independent judgment.

Shift: 1st

Job Duties:

Responsible for supporting activities that may include:

  • SORs and project management for tools, stations or specific technologies.

  • Typically part of a larger effort or project manufacturing process definition

  • Sequence of operations

  • Human factors consideration

  • Efficient material flow

  • Design, construction, integration, plant installation, successful launch and continuous improvement of equipment and tools required in plants for the production of high quality parts

  • Providing technical direction to and oversight of outside vendor sources

  • Work may involve development and testing of advanced process technology.

Knowledge

  • Established technical knowledge and ability in process engineering disciplines

  • Established knowledge and ability to implement GMS principles

Skills/Abilities

  • Demonstrate high level of analytical ability, communication and interpersonal skills required to build relationships with team members and customers to solve problems and resolve issues.

  • Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects and assignments with medium level of autonomy and high accountability for results (may work under the direction of a more seasoned process engineer)

  • Demonstrated ability in project management skills

Key Tasks:

  • Dealership Experience working with vehicle diagnostics. Must be able to work with the on-computer systems within the vehicle to determine and read error codes.

  • All candidates MUST HAVE a GM Vehicle in order to have access to the secure testing facility.

  • Candidates will be working within the testing facility performing mechanical and electrical maintenance on the vehicles.

TYPICAL DAY:

  • Most of the work would be communicating with plants and administrating a PPCR system

  • Anytime a manufacturing process change needs to occur a PPCR would need to be developed and communicated to the plant

  • Secondary part of the day would be attending meetings regarding engineering word orders

  • Meeting with engineers and discussing the finite details of their requests

  • Rest of the time will be visiting the plants and learning about the EWOs

Must have:

  • Looking for some assembly experience, preferably Engine or Transmission assembly

  • Seeking entry level/green candidate. 0 years of professional experience is acceptable with the pairing of a Bachelors degree

  • Basic understanding of engineering

  • Blueprint reading abilities

  • Computer skills (Microsoft Office, particularly Excel- intermediate skill level, capable of running filters on data)

  • Communication skills

  • This position is a great learning opportunity for a green candidate with a lot of enthusiasm and energy.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering

  • Candidate won’t really be touching electrical engineering in this role, and will be handling minimal industrial engineering

Education:

Bachelors of Science