- You will be responsible for design, specification, acquisition, installation and commissioning of new tooling, new assembly line and related equipment to improve the refrigerator process to be more effectiveness.
- You will continue improvement of the factory key processes by
achieve multiple project within budget guideline.
A Typical Day
- Raise design, specification, acquisition, installation and commissioning of new tooling and a new assembly line and related equipment.
- Take ownership of the project and drive the industrialization process.
- Regular reporting to management on progress.
- Work within budget guidelines.
- Managing cost reduction and quality improvement projects of the existing product range.
- Continuous improvement of the factory key processes.
- Manage multiple projects.
- Work with other departments to provide engineering support on throughput, Lean process, Line balance, waste elimination, Line side materials presentation that relate to EMS principles.
- Closely coordinate with EMS Change agent and
Global EMS team.
Who You Are
- Engineering Degree in Industrial, Mechanical and/or Electrical Engineering or other related field with engineering experiences
- Minimum 5 years experiences in the household appliance manufacturing industry.
- Previous supervision of technical staff.
- Good of products knowledge
- Knowledge of manufacturing processes, assembly line, mold and die preferably home appliance.
- Strong problem solving techniques and ability to conduct root cause analysis.
- Strong in Project management.
- Able to communicate very well (both written and verbal) to all levels of company personnel, and with outside contacts.
- Able to align the Engineering Department performance to the Company Vision, goals, objectives, and Critical Success Measures.
- Ability to apply EMS concepts for process development and improvement.
- Ability to utilize Auto CAD, MS Project & MS Office tools.
- Good written and verbal communication skills
Keeping you Healthy and Safe
We want you to return home in even better shape than when you started, so we need you to help us do this by making sure you follow a few simple steps. We need you to:
- Make sure you take reasonable care for your own health and safety, and
- Take reasonable care that what you do (or what you don’t do when you should have) doesn’t affect the health and safety of others, and
- Follow reasonable instructions that we might give from time-to-time, such as reporting incidents and hazards, and
- Follow policies or procedures, so long as it’s reasonable and we’ve told you about it, and
- Attend training that helps you to work safely