The Industrial Engineer - Intermediate plans and oversees layout of equipment, office and production facilities.
Include but not limited to:
Conducts studies in operations to maximize work flow and spatial utilization.
Ensures facility efficiency and workplace safety.
Perform cycle time and bottleneck analyses.
Develop and improve work methods.
Work with functional managers and operation managers to improve productivity, quality, and throughput. Support World Class Manufacturing (WCM) especially for WO (Workplace Organization) and LO (Logistic) pillars.
Support IE Manager in various IE and WCM related assignments and projects.
Perform manpower planning/leveling/adjustments per Assembly Plants' Volume Adjustments.
Perform Direct Labor, Indirect Labor, and Ergonomic Studies.
Interact with production management and union leadership on a daily basis on all matters relating to staffing requirements and IE activities.
Bachelor Degree - Industrial Engineering.
3+ year of experience in an auto assembly environment performing line balancing and scrolling.
1+ years automotive assembly process experience
Automotive Assembly Process Knowledge.
Knowledgeable of Manufacturing Process.
MS Office Suite experience.
Strong Communication and Organization Skills
Green Belt Certification
Experience with new model launch or line speed changes