Technical Ladder/ Product Engineering Associate

Technical Ladder/ Product Engineering Associate
Job Duties/Responsibilities:
Lead problem solving through new model development. Design change coordination for manufacturing(ex.- new tech. assembly, process, new regulations, safety etc.) problem prevention. CBU, part drawings checks and change point maturation. Lead technical theme meetings and analysis using Honda system. Full Tolerance studies. Confirm past problem history to prevent repeated problems. Window person between R&D and plant. Complete NM testing and evaluation by executing test plan and CBU spec. confirmation and issue full test report and / if any problems found. Lead problem solving with market issues. Lead Market warranty return parts analysis include test, and / investigation and plan. Dealer calls, visit, and necessary documentation and technical reports. Lead problem solving with current Mass Production issues. Lead complex problem analysis with parts/design layout or overlay and / investigations. Provide technical support and technical recommendations for complex problems Stop outflow problems into market with quick/effective countermeasures.
Daily Tasks:
Create/submit test reports to document all NM, MP, and Market issues. Present status reports to Dept. Mgmt. and PL's as required. Ability to effectively communicate/present to mgmt. required. Exhibit strong level of commitment to timely problem solving and dedication to completion of all assigned tasks. Project or problem investigation travel may be required.
Minimum Job Knowledge:
Knowledge of manufacturing and assembly line Management. Team Building Skills Strong Communication Skills Ability to develop, teach, and foster the growth of associates.
Minimum Job Experience:
2 years Automotive Manufacturing or Quality analysis experience.
Education/Degree Required:
BS in Engineering (ME, EE and/or IE preferred) or equivalent manufacturing work experience
Required Skills "Musts":
Complex problem solving skills and presentation experience Knowledge of basic automotive systems/functions Computer experience (Excel, Power Point, CAD/CATIA) Automotive manufacturing related analysis through CATIA layout. Planning and organizational skills

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