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The Administrative Assistant undertakes the more basic work within the Purchasing Department and their purchasing job description would be:
The purchasing job description of clerks is mainly tactical and would be something like this:
Responsible for software design, development, verification, testing and evaluation of vehicle electronics products.
SQA (software quality assurance) Engineer In-vehicle software quality assurance
Description: Process transcription of multiple processes for BIW & TCF area including simultaneous manufacturing. Engineering process feasibility studies are required using tools such as: TeamCenter, TeamCenter Manufacturing, AutoCAD, Microsoft Office. Develop multiple screen dumps files in TeamCenter, PowerPoint, Visio, TIF Files or other standard drawing format. Manage usage and understanding of engineering product files in TeamCenter and Team Center Manufacturing. Handle geometric PLP’s architecture, geometric activities, welding files, product change notes (CN’s) to perform and assist IME Car. Able to execute the following activities: Typing Assistance Draft Drawings for Vehicles Program (to be integrated at Assembly Plants). These activities must include the description of manufacturing process guidelines and relate to process, tooling & product requirements (ex. Welding files, PLP’s, GD&T definitions) Manufacturing specifications and environmental guidelines utilizing AMPS and TeamCenter Manufacturing software to develop the processes.
Candidate is responsible for and not limited to; develop simulation models based on process layout, reviewing plant machine downtime datasets to ensure accuracy. Validate the system to its designed JPH. Conduct buffer analysis, carrier analysis. Analyze system throughput bottleneck and make design improvement recommendations. Candidate would be working within the company simulation team supporting multiple vehicle programs.
Monitor molding activities on the production floor while maintaining a high floor presence. Initiate action to ensure quality levels are maintained and continuously improved. Assist with the establishment of job standards and systems for optimum efficiency and profitability, Analyze and react to job (and overall plant) efficiency labor and through put. Support the efforts of other departments within the company to contribute to a true "team" concept.
The Production Supervisor - Intermediate is responsible for managing small work teams in a fast paced, high volume, unionized manufacturing environment. Responsibilities include but not limited to: Coordinating all activities to achieve business metrics and to implement World Class Manufacturing (WCM) processes in coordination with other WCM Plant Pillars.- 2 positions in BIW- 2 positions in Paint- 2 positions in General Assembly
The Facilities Engineer is responsible for working with service providers and facilitate the installation and assessments for a scope of work for a given project. This scope of work includes bid pack definitions, supplier selection coordination, and coordination of facility design to support projects.
The Manufacturing Process Engineer - Intermediate will perform process engineering activities, including simultaneous engineering, project management, plant launch support, process continuous improvement, and other product/process assurance planning activities.
The Digital Modeler - Associate develops everything from Exterior, Interiors, Seats, Property Builds and all vehicle component design (lighting, Underhood etc.) from concept to production.
The Data Coordinator collects, organizes and distributes data from multiple sources to support their team. The Data Coordinator’s responsibilities include but are not limited to: - This person will work closely with the responsible Engineering Team.- Monitor, gather and track changes.- Initiate continuous improvement projects to improve current state.- Create and manage deliverables/master plan.- Manage execution status results by creating presentations and spreadsheets to communicate progress to leadership and executive management.- Change Management coordination and follow-up.- Maintain Book of Evidence documentations.- Document and distribute Lessons Learned- Update summary boards and content
Responsible for managing small work teams in a fast paced, high volume, unionized manufacturing environment.
Coordinate and provide Electrical Engineering support during design, install and launch of new program manufacturing equipment. Proficiency in writing specifications, request for quotes, requisitions, management of contractor(s) and/or project team(s). Ensure that all equipment purchased is compliant to Company's Federal, Provincial and Local Codes. Review and approve electrical and fluid power drawings, controls architecture for PLC/CNC/HMI, diagnostics, electrical components, software and HMI screens for the purchased manufacturing equipment. Run-off, startup, debug, qualification support and troubleshooting of breakdowns. Responsible for equipment build tracking and resolving controls issues from the equipment design phase through the installation. Responsible for managing documentation, software and final deliverables including hand-off to Chrysler Group LLC plants. Additional responsibilities will include the implementation of Information Technology applications (MPTS, FIS, etc.), part traceability and WCM (World Class Manufacturing) requirements as outlined by Advanced Manufacturing Engineering and Plant Manufacturing Engineering.
The Launch Coordinator coordinates planning, home line integrations and final tryout support at production plant
The Industrial Engineer - Intermediate plans and oversees layout of equipment, office and production facilities.
The Maintenance Area Supervisor – Intermediate is responsible for assisting and coaching team leaders and team members on daily maintenance operations in support of the production process.
Is responsible for managing small work teams in a fast paced, high volume, unionized manufacturing environment.
The PFMEA (process failure mode and effects analyst) Quality Specialist will be responsible for identifying potential risks in process/product and provides a solution to prevent the potential problem. Responsibilities include but not limited to: • Facilitate PFMEA meetings• Lead brainstorming sessions• Participate in reviews between Product Engineering and Manufacturing• Input PFMEA information into the database to develop action plans• Generate reports as needed• Continuous improving PFMEA process by carrying lessons learned to future programs• Audit PFMEAs post-launch to ensure effectiveness of PFMEAs and identify gaps• Coach individuals to update PFMEAs from production ramp-up throughout product lifecycle