Sr. Process Engineer

Our Faurecia Automotive Seating is looking for a Process Engineer for its Simpsonville location. The Process Engineer isresponsiblefor the process design and implementation. The main missions of the role are to: Coordinate the procurement of new equipment to assure manufacturing, maintainability, and Health, Safety & Environmental requirements are met Contribute, in liaison with the Manufacturing Engineering Department, to define technical specifications for alterations on existing equipment and facilities Facilitate equipment moves Be responsible for the computer aided maintenance management system Manage the product interface with product development Contribute to the Engineering Change Management process Support continuous improvement & production Participate to the Manufacturing Engineering network Product Interface: Be the interface with the product engineer (D&D) regarding follow-up of the product conception: from the acquisition phase till Start of Production. Ensure manufacturing feasibility, participate to product FMEA Process design: Define cycle time in line with takt time and standard operations Integrate ergonomics principles in product design Establish manufacturing routines and release manufacturing process documents Process implementation: Define production equipment specifications and ensure equipment delivery and installation in the plant Continuous improvement: Carry out process productivity analysis Implement improvements action plans The ideal candidatewill have/be: Master's Degree in engineering Minimum of 5 years' experience in Manufacturing Engineering Good technical skills on product and process Master's degree in engineering, preferably with a specialization in Maintenance Working knowledge of Quality system and Health, Safety & Environment skills Advanced computer knowledge and skills Strong communication skills International mindset English required. MAN16628
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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