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Manufacturing Engineer

Company: Phoenix Motorcars
Location: Anaheim
Posted on: June 23, 2022

Job Description:

Company DescriptionPhoenix Motorcars was founded in 2009, with the mission of building quality electric vehicles that exceed customer expectation and make our planet a better place for everyone. Headquartered in Ontario, California, Phoenix Motorcars is a leading manufacturer of Class 3 & 4 all-electric Shuttle Buses, Flatbed Trucks and Work Trucks. Job DescriptionThe ME will be responsible for performing multiple tasks in the assembly or sub-assembly department for the manufacture of electric vehicles. You will also provide manufacturing engineering leadership throughout current and new generation development programs.Role and Responsibilities

  • Drive successful Kaizen and rapid improvement process events with both internal and external customers and suppliers and achieve company Target Initiatives
  • Facilitate consistent, uniform approaches for visual controls throughout assembly lines and the factory
  • Collaborate and communicate with affected teams to ensure On Time deliveries of product
  • Drive variability reduction, lean manufacturing initiatives and best practices and ensure compliance with plant, corporate, and environmental standards
  • Coordinate with resource departments to fabricate, install and implement improvements
  • Develop action plans to investigate and prioritize quality concerns
  • Implement CAPA on internal and supplier processes / Lead and conduct process audits to ensure process discipline
  • Drive resolution of manufacturing issues with component, sub-assembly and assembly parts
  • Support design and release activities for current and new development products
  • Lead assembly equipment / tooling specification purchase, installation, start-up, and commissioning
  • Meet all exit criteria deliverables (e.g., cycle time, throughput, work station readiness, etc.)
  • Provide overall guidance and consultation focusing on Fabrication, crimping, electro-mechanical and assembly techniques. Identify opportunities for improvements, continually evaluate results, and sustain performance gains
  • Drive quality, cost and labor improvements with the manufacturing department
  • Develop formal sub-assembly and assembly process instructions and occasional test procedures
  • Support and at times develop strategies and programs that improve the productivity and efficiency of the various work processes within the company
  • Design, implementation and deployment of the Toyota Production Systems (TPS) and Lean manufacturing related tools and techniques such as: 5-whys, Six Sigma, FMEA, Fishbone Diagram (Ishikawa), etc. as applicable
  • Apply sound problem-solving skills to achieve high quality standards for internal customers in a fast-paced work environment with minimal supervisionQualifications
    • Min. 5 years' experience as Manufacturing /or Process engineer, working with an IATF 16949 Tier 1 or 2 OEM (EV experience preferred)
    • Min. two (2) years as a Continuous Improvement Leader or Implementation role, with formal education / training in Lean Manufacturing or Rapid Improvement Techniques
    • Min. 2 years' experience in electro-mechanical harness & assembly builds that adhered to IPC &/or SAE Industrial Quality Standards
    • Bachelor's degree as Mechanical or Manufacturing Engineer from an accredited institution
    • Must be able to effectively read and interpret blueprints, drawings and electrical schematics
    • Demonstrate a knowledge of, and commitment to, automotive assembly manufacturing principles and techniques
    • Comprehensive and practical knowledge with of shop, automotive and inspection tools
    • Proficient with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) and experience with presenting information to internal collaborative and management teams within the organization
    • Min. 1yr working knowledge using SolidWorks (CAD App) or similar CAD application
    • Ability to develop workable implementation plans, communicates changes effectively, build commitment and overcomes resistance, prepare and supports those affected by change & monitors transition /evaluate results
    • Able to complete other related duties as assigned by management
    • Motivated self-starter with high level of initiative and ability to work independently.
    • Working knowledge of automotive calibrated equipment and tooling
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills
    • Must be able to speak, read and write English as it relates to the job requirements.
    • Must be willing to submit to a background check and drug screen.
    • Excellent interpersonal skills and a professional attitude
    • Hold a valid driver's license
    • Well organized and must be detailed oriented

Keywords: Phoenix Motorcars, Anaheim , Manufacturing Engineer, Engineering , Anaheim, California

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