Process Engineer

POSITION TITLE: Process Engineer
SHIFT: 1st
SECTION OR DEPARTMENT: Electronics Division, Engineering Department REPORTS TO: Brian Coffey, General Manager
LOCATION: Edmonton
Direct and lead process engineering support by practicing research, design, and development of systems, process, machines, tools and electro-mechanical assembly/inspection equipment.
Develop new and creative ways of manufacturing product in the most economic, efficient and effective way possible.
Propose, introduce and perform cost analysis for new equipment, procedures, and techniques as needed to increase uptime, reduce defects, and reduce costs.
Support product quality investigations to identify root cause of defects. Write procedures and other documents for training and operations.
Monitors, reviews, and confirms the daily performance of assigned production lines.
Tracks in-process defects of assigned lines and identifies improvement activities to reduce and/or eliminate defects.
Establishes and manages line improvement projects to increase productivity and reduce labor costs.
Establishes and develops manufacturing operation procedures, equipment procedures, daily check items, and other documentation or procedures for assembly processes.
Evaluates process design and layout for cost of manufacturing, man-hour utilization, line balance, and manufacturing quality optimization.
Collects data for line performance and uses analysis to identify improvement activity for assigned areas.
Create progress reports and deliver to management as required for assigned areas as necessary.
Maintains and updates electrical test programs, OCR, Vision, and robotic control program data.
Designs, develops and implements new tooling and fixtures for manufacturing process equipment.
Collaborates with Manufacturing, Maintenance, QA, SQA, Purchasing, New Model and other departments as needed.
BS Engineering Degree in Manufacturing, Electrical, Mechanical or related fields.
Minimum 3-7 years' experience in related fields and strong engineering/technical abilities.
Previous experience with light servo driven manufacturing equipment, electrical check, and vision systems.
Programming skills, knowledge of PLCs, motion controls, robotics, and good communication/interpersonal skills a must.
Solder process knowledge is a strong plus.
Experience with AutoCAD and/or Solid Works applications also beneficial.
Previous experience working for a Japanese OEM is a strong Plus.
Reports to General Manager
Works with and interacts with all departments both internal and external to SWEWS Edmonton.

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