Skills: Electrical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering
Experience: 5 + Years
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Location: Sugar Land, Texas, United States
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Roles and Responsibilities:
- Responsible for the design of processes using Lean concepts, such as: standardized work instructions, and work sequence (routing) optimization, training development matrix, Value Stream Mapping, Kaizen/5S workouts, pull processes, TPM (total preventive maintenance), cell design, and quick changeover/batch-size optimization.
- Also responsible for identifying manufacturing risks on new products and minimizing/eliminating them using Lean and Six Sigma concepts and tools.
- Directs the engineering team on a wide range of manufacturability concepts for PWA or MCM during the design phase to define and eliminate manufacturing risks, and ensure the manufacturability of new electrical designs
- Provides support with manufacturing expertise for drawings to help ensure consistency between component requirements and manufacturing capability.
- For electrical systems, eDFM reports (pFMEA, Cost Modal Analisys, and Procurability) and supports validation of the Contract Manufacturer Board transfer process (TAKAYA test qualification, functional test, board programming and tuning).
- Maintains Design for Manufacturability responsibility while managing the transition of new product to the appropriate Integration or Production Center for pilot series builds.
- Incorporates shop floor and supplier manufacturability issues into future products.
- Responsible for managing manufacturability issues to ensure that established product quality and product yield levels are met at the start of production by Manufacturing
- Responsible to assist with investigation, root cause analysis and corrective action implementation for product quality and product yield issues during product launch or during Engineering Qualification test.
Qualifications and Experience:
- Bachelor in Industrial Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering. -
- Strong experience (minimum 5 years) in manufacturing. Otherwise, a significant background is required in a technical assignment in a PWA or MCM manufacturing environment - including SMT Reflow line, Wave solder, SPI...
- Norms : - IPC-610, IPC-620, IPC-600, IPC-2221
- Competencies to be kept current:
- Knowledge of LEAN Six Sigma techniques and metrics
- Knowledge of electrical manufacturing processes, including assembly and testing
- Knowledge of equipment and tools
- Product knowledge
- Can function independently and in a team
- Strong decision making
- Able to effect change through influence
- Strong leadership skills
- Strong mentoring/training skills
- Candidates must be able to legally work and reside in the US, without sponsorship
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