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Engineer 4 - Vehicle Quality

This role will be responsible for coordinating and performing trials for new models, operations, equipment, materials and quality, completing activities in assigned areas.  Participating in prototype builds and design confirmation trials in Japan and other designated locations.  Providing training for production, inspection, and maintenance employees on processes and equipment for new models. Job functions Include but are not limited to: Reviews product design to determine design intention and develops inspection and assembly sequences, manufacturing aids, process sheets and inspection standards; writes concern memos and requests design modifications to improve manufacturing assembly issues. Develops and issues process sheets or inspection standards for assigned areas; implements revised process sheets as required by design and process changes; reviews DCC and process control data and recommends and implements countermeasures to keep process within approved specifications; develops improvements in DCC and process control system for new and current models. Implements supplier changes due to improvements in quality, cost, and safety via functional trials; issues new part approvals; tracks warranty on parts in assigned areas to ensure correct chargeback is being provided by the suppliers; verifies that supplier's process is capable of producing parts meeting Nissan's quality standards. Schedules and coordinates functional trials for production parts and components that have VA or cost reduction changes; communicates functional trial information with appropriate PQA areas to ensure proper evaluation is conducted prior to approval of a new part for production; conducts trials on new materials for cost reduction and quality improvement. Coordinates and performs quality confirmation testing at new model trials and launch; develops sorting methods for parts inspection; conducts root cause investigations into production and quality concerns, ensuring that countermeasures adopted are effective. Develops specifications and requirements for procurement and installation of new production aids, inspection equipment and systems, or manufacturing assembly equipment; analyzes process in assigned areas to determine best tool for the job; assists purchasing in determining purchase requirements for tooling, prototype, or trial parts and equipment. Minimum Qualifications:  B.S. Degree in Engineering from an ABET accredited university (Mechanical, Electrical or Industrial Technology) A minimum of seven years of related experience in a manufacturing environment. 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. R00018634
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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