Jacobs Manufacturing Engineer - General Assembly in Detroit, Michigan
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Challenging today is our response to the increasing complexity our world is experiencing.
Our differentiating capabilities in the advanced manufacturing market include Jacobs’ highly advanced design and engineering in the electrification ecosystem, data centers and semiconductor manufacturing – deployed through a global integrated delivery platform.
Jacobs is looking for a Manufacturing Engineer to work in the facility in Plymouth, MI. A s a General Assembly Manufacturing Engineer, you will be the e nd to end owner that designs, executes and delivers portions of General Assembly conveyance systems, automation cells, process equipment/tooling and processes.
Equipment & Process Development
End to end owner that designs, executes and delivers portions of General Assembly conveyance systems, automation cells, process equipment/tooling and processes
Integrate new vehicle models and variants into existing facilities
Implement line re-rate projects
Assist in the development of assembly process flow, build sequence and logistics strategies to optimize for direct labor, quality, safety and other KPIs
Manage equipment suppliers / partners during RFQ, design, buyoff, installation, commissioning and ramp up
Develop and execute equipment qualification plans including correlation, process capability (CP/CPK) and Gage Repeatability / Reproducibility (GR&R)
Provide input into the continuous evolution of equipment standards
Partner with Product Design and Operations teams to ensure successful ramp and long- term sustained production
Ensure achievement of safety, quality, cost, timing & performance targets
Provide regular, metric-based project updates to the management team.
Challenge assumptions that are not backed up by a thorough engineering evaluation
Conduct Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFMA) studies and feedback to Product Design teams, drive content reduction and simplifications
Provide input into the continuous evolution of DFMA standards
Lead new product virtual builds and participate in early prototype builds to validate manufacturability and processes
Support systems integration and automation – PLM, SAP, MES, etc
Be part of a world-class engineering team, with a focus on high quality work and rapid project deployment.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or similar technical field.
5+ years of experience in an engineering role related to automated equipment or manufacturing processes
Experience optimizing existing processes for rate, yield, availability
Knowledge of manufacturing and processing principles (cycle time analysis, quality control, equipment efficiency, equipment selection, return on investment, error proofing, ergonomics, material logistics)
Demonstrated ability to effectively solve difficult technical problems, challenge assumptions and the status quo
Ability to work independently
Capable of working as a member of a team across several cross functional disciplines, including with external stakeholders.
Exceptional verbal and written communication skills.
Experience working in both 2D & 3D CAD environments
Knowledge of robot automation cells, conveyance systems & controls automation
Systems knowledge and experience – PLM, SAP, MES
Extensive experience launching new products and production lines
Extensive experience in product DFMA
Extensive experience in DVA
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