Engineer 4 - Trim / Chassis

We're currently looking for an Engineer 4 - Trim / Chassis Engineering to join our team in Canton, Mississippi. This role leads engineering activities for the development, production, and quality of new and current manufactured vehicles within assigned area at NNA manufacturing plants. Communicates with suppliers, manufacturing plants, and other Nissan affiliates to propose and implement countermeasures for quality, manufacturing, and field concerns within assigned area. Assists manufacturing plants and suppliers in identifying cost saving methods while improving quality. Contributes to building brand value and achieving enduring profitable growth. The roles and responsibilities of this position include:  o    Leads or provides engineering support for trial builds for new models; develops trial schedules, material and personnel requirements to support trials; writes various reports as needed in completing trials in the most efficient manner. o    Evaluates design notes and cost studies to identify assembly feasibility and to provide processing, tooling impact, and layout changes including lead time, costs, and method improvements; reviews tool line-up or phase testing of new materials to confirm process capability; assists purchasing in determining purchase requirements for tooling, prototype, or trial parts and equipment. o    Confirms part or system design intent complies with manufacturing and quality requirements; develops and approves designs for tooling, checking gauges, and process equipment for new models. o    Develops new and revised process sheets and inspection standards based on design note information; develops DCC and process control requirements, recommends and implements countermeasures to keep process within approved specifications. o    Audits supplier quality and production capability; provides feedback and cost, quality, and production improvement recommendations to suppliers; acts as key Nissan representative to conduct supplier quality and system surveys; develops inspection standards for new parts; monitors supplier progress toward tool completion, off tool parts, and new material development to ensure parts meet Nissan quality standards. o    Determines testing required, analyzes results, evaluates alternatives and recommends action pertaining to vehicle subsystem concerns in assigned areas; leads joint check activities between plants and reports results and countermeasures. o    Analyzes and distributes field information to facilitate tracking warranty and customer satisfaction concerns; ensures supplier quality assurance through warranty reduction activities; conducts warranty part investigation, warranty cost recovery, warranty part countermeasures, and customer satisfaction countermeasures. o    Represents assigned areas for all vehicle trial activities; coordinates with manufacturing plants to ensure manufacturing workability and quality of new model designs and new production tooling; works with maintenance, design, and quality personnel to facilitate design changes and process tooling modification. Minimum Qualifications Job Knowledge and Skill: Must meet requirements for MR4 level or possess equivalent experience. High level of knowledge in process design and floor layout, value analysis, and vehicle structure. Must be able to perform and lead cross discipline investigations of vehicle quality concerns. Working knowledge of Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards, and Nissan Important A or B system. Expert ability to analyze and interpret dimensional layout data. Ability to propose and implement effective countermeasures for dimensional accuracy improvements and quality concerns. Experience: Seven years of related experience at a professional level. Education: A four-yeardegree in Engineering, IndustrialTechnology or Engineering Technology. Computer Skills: Thorough computer knowledge such as word processor, spreadsheet, other PC applications, or mainframe applications to resolve complex problems in day to day situations. Travel: Occasional day or overnight travel, including international     R00017457
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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