Core member of New Product Introduction (NPI) team(s), responsible for developing and implementing manufacturing plans in support of a Business Unit's strategic objectives.
Team lead within Industrialization group.
Independent researcher and problem solver.
With direction in the form of stated objectives, supports the introduction of new products to the manufacturing facility in accordance with the RA Common Product Development (CPD) processes. Works with Design and Manufacturing Engineering to ensure optimum product and process design for manufacturability. Develops and implements manufacturing layout and processes and associated documentation, estimates manufacturing cost, and coordinates execution of prototype and pilot activities. Works on issues of diverse scope where analysis of situations or data requires an in-depth evaluation of variable factors. Exercises judgement in selecting methods, techniques, and evaluation criteria for obtaining results. May serve in a leadership role over other Industrialization group members and may be responsible for managing their performance.
Actively serve as the Industrialization representative, in all phases, on NPI/Continuation Engineering project teams.
Develop and update the Manufacturing Plan.
Design production floor layouts.
Identify assembly equipment, tooling, and fixture requirements. Participate in the procurement, installation and validation activities.
Lead Design for Manufacturing (DFM) and Design for Assembly (DFA) analyses.
Track product manufacturing cost throughout the NPI project.
Lead Process Failure Mode Effects Analysis (PFMEA).
Create Documented Work Instructions (DWI).
Coordinate prototype and pilot build and evaluation activities.
Ensure compliance to all production environmental, health, and safety requirements.
Facilitate final acceptance of all new assembly processes
Apply engineering problem solving skills and familiarity of Rockwell Automation systems to perform duties and responsibilities.
Independently research, develop and implement cost reduction and process improvement projects. May lead a small team to complete these projects.
Exhibit good organizational and interpersonal skills.
Communicate effectively, both verbally and in written form, to a broad audience of varying technical and cultural background.
Lead others from within and outside of the Industrialization group to achieve common objectives.
Use facts and logic to influence others.
Contribute to development of group level goals and strategies for achieving those goals.
Effectively work concurrently on multiple NPI and non-NPI projects.
Teach other Industrialization Engineers how they perform the work that is expected of them, the business processes that they participate in, and how to use the various tools (e.g. business system, computer programs, etc.) needed to complete their work.
Internal Number: 2619427
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