Methods Engineer (Aerospace)
Description du poste
Reporting to the Methods Supervisor, the Methods Engineer develops manufacturing integration concepts, determines assembly process/sequence, manufacturing bill of materials, and tooling requirements to satisfy Engineering requirements while maintaining configuration.
- Develops manufacturing plan and tooling requirements based on advance engineering concepts and forecasted production rate.
- Estimates assembly flow-time, production hours, and parts count for new project proposals.
- Perform manufacturing automation feasibility studies.
- Determine Assembly breaks and parts separation to suit plant layout and capacity.
- Performs design reviews and delivers technical presentations on manufacturing plans.
- Responsible for planning, sequencing, and maintaining Methods instructions for Major and Final assemblies.
- Assists production and related departments in an advisory capacity in Methods processes, cost, and schedule improvements.
- Provides technical assistance to production and act as technical interface between Engineering, Quality, Tooling, and production teams.
- Investigates, analyzes, and provides corrective actions to resolve acute and chronic production issues related to processes and tooling
- Performs detailed analysis and provide necessary inputs for raising engineering change requests.
- Incorporates Engineering dispositions into rework instruction to restore non-conforming parts and assemblies to the originally designed product integrity and quality.
- Assists junior Methods Engineering personnel.
- Proficient in interpreting Engineering 2D drawings and 3D models, to a level sufficient to perform the day to day tasks; extremely familiar with Bombardier Aerospace tools and standards.
- Familiarity with Aerospace Material Review Board (MRB) processes and production shop floor practices desirable.
- Excellent knowledge of aircraft structure and system installation technical requirements.
- Thorough understanding of Aircraft systems, sequence of installation and requirements for Functional Test procedures.
- Thorough knowledge of aircraft materials and hardware, industry practices and standards, as well as aeronautical Engineering standards and specifications.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, sound Engineering Judgement, a high sense of commitment, and a willingness to accept responsibilities while acting independently.
- Initiative and positive action, ability to act independently and competently.
Education and Experience:
- Graduate of a recognized technical institute, college, or university, majoring in Engineering.
- The successful candidate will typically have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Aerospace, Mechanical, or Industrial Engineering.
- Minimum three to five (3-5) years’ Methods Engineering experience in Aerospace, preferably on Bombardier Programs.
- English is our primary language of business, please send only English resume
- This Job is located in GTA by Toronto Airport, you must be willing to relocate to Toronto.
- We will give priority to Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residence.
MHI Canada Aerospace, a subsidiary of Japan-based Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, assembles major airframe components such as wings and fuselage for Bombardier Aerospace, specifically for the Global Express and the Challenger 350, both high speed business jets.
- Tier 1 Aero Structures Facility
- Employee Incentive Plan (EIP) for Targets Achieved
- Extensive Training Program
- Employee Recruitment Referral Program
- Comprehensive Benefits
- Corporate Partnerships
- Advancement Opportunities (after 1 year in current role)
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