As the Commissioning Process Engineer, you will work on an experienced team of technicians, engineers, group leads and managers in an exciting environment on next generation Siemens Rolling Stock. Our vehicles are connecting cities all over the United States. You will be responsible for optimizing the complex commissioning processes, systems, and tools to maximize the overall quality of the finished product.
• Defining key testing work steps, sequences, and durations and setting up work scope per station or per cell basis
• Preparing future test area layouts to meet project schedules.
• Preparing standardized work instructions.
• Providing critical process control guidance to the commissioning department, production, and quality control to improve the quality of our products and schedule adherence of our programs.
• Coordinating with other Engineers and crew members to ensure quality products are completed on schedule
• Communicate in a team, to the site lead and colleagues, verbally and in writing, technical information, job procedure recommendations, improvements, and other work-related information.
• Understand and follow company and industry safety rules, practices, and procedures.
• Developing department procedures to improve business and engineering transactions
• Understanding project specifications and developing time schedules and budgets that meet them
• Ensuring that adequate time, space, and infrastructure is in place in place in anticipation for new project or product launch and taking the lead on major topics.
Required Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
• Bachelor’s degree in the relevant engineering discipline or similar
• Proven work experience as a process engineer
• Ability to project manage
• Practical knowledge of the lean toolbox and ability to utilize lean principles to reduce waste. · A history of “hands-on” approach to problem solving and countermeasure implementation within own areas of responsibility
• Interpersonal skills and ability to work in team
• Individual must possess a valid Driver's license in good standing.
Preferred Knowledge/Skills, Education, and Experience
• MS or advanced degree (or foreign equivalent) in Industrial Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering or Mechanical Engineering with a focus on production, manufacturing, and logistics Work experience in the rail business, preferably in light rail, heavy rail, or related production, is needed.
Practical experience utilizing and implementing lean methods and tools such as 5s, 7 Types of Waste, 8-Step Practical Problem Solving (root cause analysis), Flow, Total Flow, Kanban, Value Stream Mapping and Design / Process Flow Diagrams, ABC-XYZ Analysis, and Lean Shop Floor Management Model.
Applicants must be legally authorized for employment in the United States.
Qualified Applicants will not require employer sponsored work authorization now
or in the future for employment in the United States.
Organization: Siemens Mobility
Company: Siemens Mobility, Inc
Experience Level: Mid-level Professional
Job Type: Full-time
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