|Position Title||Manufacturing Engineer|
|No. of Positions||1|
|Geographic Location||Guelph, Ontario, Canada|
|Facility||Skyjack Guelph Plant 1|
|Job Description|| Manufacturing Engineer (Assembly)|
• A bachelor’s degree in engineering or equivalent.
• Licensing by a provincial or territorial association of professional engineers is required to approve engineering drawings and reports and to practice as a Professional Engineer (P.Eng.).
• Five to seven years of related experience.
• Ability to write comprehensive entries into technical log books which are then used as reference documents.
• Ability to discuss daily production with plant operators and maintenance staff.
• Ability to evaluate the ability of current building systems to address increased demands from plant operations.
• Ability to review scale drawings to ensure the proposed designs satisfy the clients' requirements and comply with manufacturing capabilities.
• Ability to take precise measurements using specialized equipment and techniques.
• Ability to interact with technicians or technologists for tasks such as creating scale drawings, preparing specifications, writing proposals and developing plant maintenance schedules.
• Active knowledge of AutoCad, Excel, Word, Easytalk and MasterCam and understanding of geometric tolerancing and dimensioning. Experience with the use of statistical analysis software and computer-assisted design, manufacturing and machining.
• Ability to stay abreast on current and new technologies and advances in the engineering field. Attend formal professional development seminars and conferences as needed. Conduct self directed studies by reading journals and trade publications.
• Specify new tools, equipment and fixtures where required.
• Recognize and resolve tooling related difficulties with existing and new projects while working with the manufacturing support staff.
• Investigate new manufacturing and tooling methods.
• Help in defining plant layout and ergonomic requirements.
• Participate in Advance Quality Planning.
• Assist in resolution of process scrap.
• Change implementation champion.
• New product and process introductions.
• Maintain tool lists, set-up instructions and work instructions.
• Manage standard costing modules.
• Assist in ensuring the process is capable through capability studies.
• Participate in corrective action to meet ongoing cost, quality and delivery, in FMEA development and improvements, and participate in CAT activities.
• Perform other duties/projects as assigned.
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%|