Engineer - Body Engineering

Nissan is a global company driven by the accomplishments of our employees. We find pride in our continued commitment to diversity and an exciting lineup of vehicles. Simply put, we are at the intersection of people, transportation, and the environment which keeps us at the forefront of innovation. With over 3 million vehicles produced at our Canton manufacturing plant, the work is challenging, your success is recognized and you will feel a sense of accomplishment at the end of each day. We're currently looking for a Process Engineer €“ Body Engineering to join our team at in Canton, MS.
The roles and responsibilities of this position include:
Supports manufacturing, production control, and facility operations by specifying, designing, installing and supporting communication, control, quality and monitoring systems.
Specifies, designs, and installs new process equipment; facilitates modification and maintenance of existing process equipment; implements and maintains preventative maintenance program; updates and maintains electrical schematics and mechanical drawings for new and modified process equipment; creates specifications, sets-up, and monitors all spare parts for new and modified process equipment.
Communicates with suppliers to ensure Nissan's goals of quality, cost, and delivery are met; request and analyze quotes from suppliers for new and existing projects and design changes.
Assists with new project development, and resource and budget planning within assigned areas.
Trains and supports contract staff in assigned areas; provides emergency engineering response to daily manufacturing support problems; provides system maintenance and management support by monitoring system performance conducting operating system tuning and system troubleshooting.
Provides emergency engineering response to daily manufacturing support problems; provides equipment maintenance and management support by monitoring equipment performance, and conducting production equipment tuning and troubleshooting.
Minimum Qualifications
B.S. Degree in Engineering from an accredited university (Mechanical, Electrical or Industrial Technology) from an ABET accredited engineering program required.
A minimum of one year of assembly process and equipment development / installation related experience in a manufacturing environment.
Working knowledge of quality control assessment such as statistical process control.
Ability to understand part, sub-assembly or system dimensional layouts. Ability to work effectively in teams and on a self-directed basis.
Proficient using Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.).
Excellent technical oral/written communication
Must be open and willing to travel to both foreign and domestic locations.
We are proud to offer employees a benefit package that is designed to enhance your well-being and reward job performance. Some of these benefits include comprehensive healthcare coverage, paid holidays, paid vacation time, 401(K), vehicle lease/purchase programs, and more. Additional site specific benefits such as on-site childcare, gym, and dry cleaning services may also be available at some locations.
Welcome to an open lane of possibility. Put yourself in the driver's seat and apply today.
All of us at Nissan - regardless of functional area or expertise - share a passion to design, manufacture and sell high-performance, fun to drive vehicles. Nissan is an Equal Opportunity Employer for all. Applicants will be considered for all positions regardless of race, gender, military status, disability, or any other status protected by law. Candidates for this position must be legally authorized to work in the United States and will be required to provide proof of employment eligibility at the time of hire. Visa sponsorship for this position is not available at this time.

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