We are currently recruiting for a automotive Assembly Seibi Technician to immediately work onsite at one of our successful automotive manufacturing clients in the Woodstock, Ontario, Canada area.
The automotive Assembly Seibi Technician duties will include:
òPerform investigations to determine change requirements to equipment for new models.
òConfirm equipment is designed and built to Assembly standards.
òConfirm equipment meets required safety and quality standards - Torque, level, position, etc.
òDevelop and implement vendor trial plans for equipment.
òLead equipment Kanban process.
òMaintain equipment punch list.
òConduct production trials to determine equipment capability.
òAdjust equipment to meet part build requirements.
òMake changes to PLC/Robot programs, GUI systems, hardware changes, pneumatic systems, hydraulic systems and electrical systems.
òUpdate weekly schedules based upon actual performance.
òSubmit reports on all trials/results.
òSubmit reflection items for personal and group kaizen activity.
òTrain maintenance and production on equipment operation and maintenance.
òSupport engineer handover activities.
òSupport plants in US (Kentucky, Indiana, Texas, Mississippi, California), Mexico and Canada.
òSupport equipment trials in Japan.
òComprehensive knowledge of Programmable Controllers (PLC's).
ò5-10 Yrs. Related experience or completion of related tech. school.
òIndustrial maintenance experience.
òAbility to work weekends holidays, off-shift and overtime.
òAbility to handle medium to heavy physical work.
òAbility to think critically and solve problems by involving group members.
òAbility to identify and troubleshoot problems, implement countermeasures.
òAbility to work independently at equipment supplier or manufacturing facility.
òThree years experience in PLC (Allen Bradley or Toyopuc) programming.
òKnowledge of US and Canadian electrical and mechanical standards.
òMechanical, pneumatic and electrical skills.
òPrevious automotive industry or client-specific experience.
òAbility to read and edit PLC logic.
òPrior assembly equipment maintenance experience (automotive or automotive supplier).
òElectrical troubleshooting experience.
Education Level: Tech. School and / or related experience
Travel: Up to 50%
Compensation is dependent upon experience.
Thinkpath Engineering Services, LLC (TES) is a leader in providing customized engineering and design services across North America. In addition to full-service engineering and design, we also specialize in CAD services, on-site placement and support, technical publications, training/e-learning, power/air pollution control and material handling systems. With roots back to 1977, TES is headquartered in Dayton, Ohio with offices in Toronto, Indiana, Florida and New Jersey.