Description du poste
Scope of Position
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.
Proficient in interpreting Engineering 2D drawings and 3D models,
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.
Develops, executes and tracks Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) for your team.
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.
Ability to work shifts to accommodate production scheduling.
Past experience within an aerospace or manufacturing environment, considered an asset.
Exposure to quality systems and safety fundamentals.
EDUCATION & OTHER REQUIREMENTS
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
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