Manufacturing Eng General
The Final Assembly Manufacturing Engineering Program Implementation Team is a cross-functional team having the primary responsibility to implement and manage the plans required to launch vehicle programs at assembly plants. The Manufacturing Engineer candidate will be a part of this team and be responsible for the following: - Provide manufacturing engineering leadership throughout a new model development program beginning at through + 45 days - Implementation of new/modified tooling and facilities based on product and process changes. - Lead manufacturing assembly builds (VP, TT, PP, MP1 and MP2) in Canada, Mexico & US assembly plants - Identify and drive resolution of manufacturing related issues - Interface with cross-functional (PD, STA, MP&L, NMP, etc) activities - Write/modify/maintain process sheets as required post - Lead assembly tooling installation, start-up, and commissioning at the assembly site. In addition, support tooling buy-off @ vendor facility. - Prepare and lead management presentations from post- through - Lead issue resolution and reporting for Water, End of Line (EOL), and Interior Ornamentation Tool (IOT) - Drive quality, cost, and labor improvement
- Working knowledge of statistics (control charts, data collecting, etc.) - Knowledge in one or more of the following Ford software systems: AVBOM, WERS, GSPAS/APT, Teamcenter, AIM, CPARS
- Automotive Manufacturing Engineering experience required (2+ years) - Experience w/tooling, processes and facilities required (2+ years)
- Experience in one or more of the following: Interior, Exterior, Chassis, Powertrain, Electrical, Water test, End of Line - Error proofing experience preferred
- Bachelor degree required
- Bachelor degree in engineering preferred
- Extended travel to assembly plants in US, Canada, and/or Mexico required.
Matt started with Contract Professionals, Inc. in November 2014. He began as a Technical Recruiter assigned to the automotive team. He worked hand in hand with account managers, to spearhead specific projects with CPI's clients. Driven to succeed, Matt achieved his goal(s) within the first year. He continued working on accounts and he learned the leadership process throughout his 4-year career at CPI.
When the opportunity presented itself, he was promoted to Account Manager of the automotive division. He navigates the challenges in this new role by utilizing the senior staff in the office.
Matt was awarded a Bachelor of Art in Environmental Studies at University of Michigan. Matt also received an Associate degree in Automotive Mechanics from a local community college.
Matt is thriving as a new Account Manager at CPI, and he looks forward to the challenges that await him in the workforce solutions industry.