|Position Title||Engineer - Project (Guelph Plants)|
|No. of Positions||1|
|Geographic Location||Guelph, Ontario, Canada|
|Job Description||Project Engineer|
• Graduate of mechanical and/or industrial engineering from a recognized university or equivalent
• Minimum of three years machine shop experience, preferably in a high volume environment.
• Ability to track data for many performance and maintenance parameters using maintenance tracking programs. Track the number of failures, mean time between failures, labour and material costs that were required to maintain equipment over specified time periods to determine if equipment operation can be improved to reduce the long term costs.
• Ability to determine which materials and equipment to use for projects and decide the appropriate codes and standards to apply when completing these projects. Ability to also determine which measuring tools and methods to use.
• Understanding of electrical and electronic schematic diagrams, blueprints and pneumatic/hydraulic systems. Consult product specification books to identify the capacities, dimensions and prices of particular pieces of equipment.
• Possess good interpersonal skills to interact with others such as supervisors or managers for advice and direction, to discuss work and provide updates.
• Ability to coordinate and integrate work within teams of engineers and technicians to work on common projects. Assume project management roles to co-ordinate the involvement of other engineers, contractors, technicians and suppliers.
• Knowledge of SPC methods, process and machine capability requirements, and lot control techniques. Knowledge of LPS and LPS tools (i.e. value stream mapping), TS 16949 and related procedures. Experience with the use of statistical analysis software and computer-assisted design, manufacturing and machining (i.e. AutoCAD and SolidWorks).
• Attend formal professional development seminars and conferences as needed. Conduct self directed studies by reading journals and trade publications. Must be aware of new technologies and advances in the engineering field.
• Specify special tools and fixtures where required.
• Communication with customer and suppliers.
• Championing customer focus teams.
• Estimate cycle times and cost for each operation in the process.
• Set production targets and goals.
• Assist in the preparation of quotations.
• Maintain control of customer drawings and revisions.
• Ensure that the process is capable of producing parts to specifications.
• Modify the process and update all relevant documentation when required.
• Keep records, transmit information to other departments.
• Champion the SPQP activities.
• Preparation of project SRED.
• Line layouts.
Linamar is committed to promoting accessible recruitment as outlined in the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Linamar will attempt to accommodate persons with a disability in an appropriate and effective manner throughout all stages of the recruitment process. Accommodations will be provided upon request.
|Employment Type||Full Time Salary|
|Percentage of Travel Required||1-10%|