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Process Engineering Specialist – Canada (GAA)

Location:9-1500 Sandhill Drive
Ancaster, Ontario L9G 4V5
Canada
Reports To:Advanced Development Manager
Shift:Days (8:00am to 4:30pm)

Responsibilities:

  • Engineering of new processes for equipment build by GAA. This includes research of state of the art processes, evaluation of options, feasibility studies, process validation, capability studies, GR&R’s where applicable.
  • Provides engineering support for process related continuous improvement activities related with installed equipment.
  • Works closely with program management, equipment manufacturing group, the design team, administration and other team members and including suppliers to ensure timely completion of projects.
  • Responsible for process engineering documentation as per Stackpole GAA systems:
    • Set up instructions
    • Parameter sheets
    • Capability analysis
    • GR&R
    • IGNITE submissions (minimum 2 per year)
    • Winner’s Circle
  • Debugging, run-off, and implementation of cell based manufacturing equipment, in conjunction with customer plant quality and manufacturing engineering
  • Completion of run at rate process performance testing in conjunction with manufacturing operations
  • Identify complex technical issues to determine root cause and implement corrective actions
  • Develop knowledge and skills to be recognized for expertise and functional leadership in application of engineering principles, scientific analysis, continuous improvement and project management
  • Monitor and understand new technologies to improve quality and efficiency
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

  • A degree in Mechanical or Electrical engineering, or comparable
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in the hands on process development of automated assembly operations (ideally for automotive powertrain applications and /or including high precision components) and associated processes such as:
    • Press
    • Vision systems
    • Various NDT
    • Linear measuring systems
    • Fastening (bolt installation)
    • Leak testing
    • Other processes as required for new and existing GAA equipment
  • Strong technical knowledge and ability in process engineering disciplines
  • Basic understanding of PLC programming, robots (FANUC and ABB)
  • Demonstrates excellent level of analytical ability, communication and interpersonal skills required to build relationships with team members and customers to solve problems and resolve issues.
  • Ability to multitask by handling diverse assignments concurrently
  • Understanding of automotive systems and quality requirements based on ISO/TS 16949 operating systems and ISO 14001 Environmental system

Application Instructions:

Please submit your resume indicating how you meet the requirements for this role. Applications without this information will not be considered.

Stackpole International aspires to be your employer of choice. We are committed to providing: a safe and healthful workplace; fair and equitable treatment in an environment that values diversity and rewards individual and team achievement; opportunities for growth and development; and competitive total compensation programs. Accommodation will be provided in all parts of the hiring process as required under Stackpole’s Accessibility For Ontarians Policy. Applicants need to make their needs known in advance. HR will arrange for any required testing and interviewing to determine suitable candidates.

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