Engineer II

Category:
Engineering
Industry:
Automotive
Type:
Contract
Location:
Mississauga, Ontario
Job ID:
#160528
Recruiter:
Dorian Florescu

Job Title

Engineer II

Job Classification

Office – Salary

 

Reports to

Engineering Manager

Area of Responsibility

Regional

 

Country/Region)/City

Mississauga, ON

Financial Responsibility

$50M- $200M

Required Education 

Bachelor Degree in Engineering

Product Line

Core Surface

Field of Study

Engineering

Job Grade/Job Code

206

Required Field Experience

Mechanical Engineering

Years of Experience

5 – 7

Experience in Lieu of Degree

none

Position Summary -Explain in 3 – 5 sentences the general purpose of the job

This position will work on new product design, product redesign, product improvements, test, analysis, production liaison and service liaison utilizing a variety of engineering disciplines.  This position is expected to provide project leadership, reporting and independent support to internal and external customer.

Major Accountabilitystate 3-4 core areas of job responsibility

  • Design / Redesign and engineer surface cooking equipment and related products, in a team effort with purchasing, manufacturing, service, marketing and finance to meet or exceed customer expectations for features, performance, quality, reliability and cost.
  • Supports all initiatives related to sustaining engineering. Provides technical support to production, material and service teams – supports BOM or component issues and provides technical guidance and resolution to maintain product integrity and Lean work flow.
  • Helps achieve business goals for quality, customer satisfaction, safety and cost through analysis of production, service and customer complaint data.  
  • Investigate customer complaints and field failures, determine root cause, develop solution and implement the solution into production and field. Drafting 8Ds and working with other departments to resolve engineering related issues.

 

   Key Tasks and Responsibilities                                                                                                                                                                                                     

% Total Job

  1. Design / Redesign and engineer surface cooking equipment and related products, in a team effort with purchasing, manufacturing, service, marketing and finance to meet or exceed customer expectations for features, performance, quality, reliability and cost. Develops designs in accordance with the project timeline. Follow the NPI in developing and implementing the schedule.

20%

  1. Plan phases of product development, including drafting, bill of material creation and entry. Some rough cut model building, prototype/pilot assembly and unit performance/reliability testing may be required.

5%

  1. Works with Purchasing to develop rough cut, costed bills of material to assure concept economic viability.  Using the list of new parts developed, determines commonality and obsolescence of components.

5%

  1. Drafts validation plans, writes Lab work requests, and reports on validation results.

5%

  1. Responsible for preparation of engineering change orders.

10%

  1. Supports all initiatives related to sustaining engineering. Provides technical support to production, material and service teams – supports BOM or component issues and provides technical guidance and resolution to maintain product integrity and Lean work flow.

20%

  1. Responsible for discovering product cost reduction opportunities or implementing product cost reduction opportunities which comes from other departments.

10%

  1. Investigate customer complaints and field failures, determine root cause, develop solution and implement the solution into production and field. Drafting 8Ds and working with other departments to resolve engineering related issues.

5%

  1. Working closely with agency departments towards fulfilling our certification requirements on different design to obtain agency approvals and comply with machinery regulations.

5%

  1. Spends time in the lab conducting different component and reliability tests, and drafts plans and thinks through its proper implementation.

15%

     

 

 

Specialized Skills, Knowledge and Abilities – Include Certifications, Licenses and software and/or equipment used to perform the job

• Experience in Program / Project Management

• Cross-functional experience, including Quality, Manufacturing and Design

• Familiar with the following tools: D/PFMEA, DFM, VA/VE, DOE and DVP&R, BOM

• Experience with solid modeling tools, SolidWorks preferable

• Knowledge of Industry requirements

• Knowledge of mechanical engineering, gas & electrical / electronics theory as applicable to function

• Knowledge of gas & electric commercial cooking standards & test methods

 

% Travel Required

10%

Language(s)

English

Describe physical demands that must be met by the employee to successfully perform the job functions

  • Normal office environment.
  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs.

Level of Direct Reports

 

# Employees Managed

none

Key Working Relationships