Product Care Engineer
· Initiate and drive cost reduction projects for Fabric Care Products in order to deliver cost saving as company target and maintain cost competitiveness of products in the market.
A Typical Day
· Initiate cost reduction idea, study the feasibility/business case and finally make it happen
· Perform teardown/benchmarking of competitors products to find out opportunities for cost reduction
· Prepare prototype sample components/product for feasibility check
· Evaluate business case of project (saving, investment, payback)
· Set proper project time plan, resources/budget plan to deliver result on time within limited budget
· Follow up job/activities progress according to project time plan
· Periodically update project status and report to team leader or manager
· Prioritize works to deliver the result as the committed due date
· Lead a meeting with related team such as Purchasing, QA, Engineering, Production, MRP to ensure everyone align the direction and clearly understand the status/situation of project
· Collaborate with Purchasing, Engineering and supplier to get the sample component/material for validation and approval
· Collaborate with QA and R&D Lab to set proper test plan agreement in order to optimize budget and resources
· Understand technical test results to take decision to move on project and final approval for implementation in production
· Analyze root cause of problem and provide technical solutions by collaboration with RDM/GDM, suppliers and other involved functions
· Create/modifications drawing according to change point of cost reduction project
· Perform engineering change process works such as ECR, ECN and Part Approval
· Collaborate with supply chain team to manage stock of components and preparing proper phase in/phase out plan
· Collaborate with Production and MRP to set plan for build product for DVT/MVT/Pilot in production line
· Communicate with concern teams who will get impact from engineering change to make them aware before implementation of project
· Support general activities of Product Care team or R&D team
Who You Are
· Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering or related field.
· Experienced in Component or Product Development for Home Appliances industry at least 3 years.
· Experienced in Cost Reduction or Value Engineering
· Knowledge of Engineering material, Commercial material and Mechanical Design Principle.
· Knowledge of CAD 2D-3D, CAE Simulation
· Knowledge of Engineering Change process, Drawing revision and BOM Structure
· Knowledge of Manufacturing processes, Metal stamping, Plastic injection molding
· Excellence in project planning and actively follow up
· Contributes actively in team activities, sharing experience and ideas
· Builds productive relationships within and outside of own team
· Progressive analytical and systematic approach to problem solving.
· Strong team work oriented person with leadership skills.
· Initiative and proactive approach to daily tasks with long term planning capabilities
· Excellent communication, reporting and presentation skill
· Fluent English both written and spoken
· Mind set Quality and Safety approach first
· Openness and transparence internal and external organization
· Both reactive and proactive, you work efficiently and flexibly to deliver results.
· With an eye for detail and the ability to interpret complex data, you can also translate this into meaningful, useful information that informs decision-making.
· You build trust, good working relationships and communicate effectively with your colleagues and across functions. You can manage changing priorities with ease.
· You keep the consumer and customer front of mind, bringing an outside-in perspective to encouraging cross-collaboration, utilizing diversity and encouraging open feedback.
· You can manage changing priorities with ease.
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