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MANUFACTURING ENGINEER II

At TE, you will unleash your potential working with people from diverse backgrounds and industries to create a safer, sustainable and more connected world. 

Job Overview

TE Connectivity's Manufacturing Engineering Teams are process leaders for stamping, molding or assembly related topics, ensuring the processes are running at optimum levels for quality and output. They are experts in mold tooling, die tooling, machining, and assembly techniques, possessing extensive knowledge of the associated manufacturing processes which may include the optimization and standardization of stamping / molding / assembly or other processes within the manufacturing environment. Manufacturing Engineering Teams enable the TE business unit plants to reach TE Operating Advantage (TEOA) requirements, roll out Centers of Excellence (COE), Best Demonstrated Practices (BDP’s) and advise plants on tool and machine duplications / corrections / improvements. They design and develop manufacturing process and automation platforms and apply them for the realization of new product developments as well as optimization of existing products already in production. The Teams also support Product Development in the selection and optimization of tools for piece part production and the selection of the most suitable manufacturing concepts relative to planned manufacturing quantities, quality requirements and manufacturing location. They act as interface between engineering and production to ensure manufacturability of new designs and smooth production ramp up as well as support the research & development teams to produce sample manufacturing equipment, product samples and prototypes.

What your background should look like:

The Assembly, Manufacturing Engineer will be part of a Core Manufacturing Engineering Team for the Appliances Business Unit. The team is considered the process leaders in stamping, molding, and assembly machines, ensuring the processes are running at optimum levels for quality and output. Our expertise is in mold and die tooling, machining, and connector automatic assembly techniques, possessing extensive knowledge of the associated manufacturing processes which may include the optimization and standardization of stamping / molding / assembly or other processes within the manufacturing environment. The Assembly Engineer will provide design ideas and develop semi-automatic, automatic connector assembly machines, and assembly processes to optimize the manufacturing of existing products in production. The Assembly Engineer enables the manufacturing plants and suppliers to implement TE BEST ideas and Best Demonstrated Practices (BDP’s) on connector assembly machines for capacity builds, process improvements, and redesign projects. 

ASSEMBLY, MANUFACTURING ENGINEER RESPONSIBILITIES:  
- Conducting detailed print reviews of legacy product and provide recommendations to improve the current connector assembly process
- Assess and provide risk analysis and risk mitigation for semi-automatic & automatic assembly machine processes in the Definition Phase of the project
- Generate Assembly Machine Specifications and Tooling Approval Requirements (TAR) for the assembly process which includes defining capability study requirements
- Implement TE BEST demonstrated connector assembly practices into new and existing connector assembly machines
- Participate in design reviews, optimize connector assembly machine designs, and have a working knowledge of AutoCAD, creating Machine Acceptance Test plans, First Articles and Capability Studies
- Work and collaborate with TE Connectivity manufacturing plants and global suppliers to design, build, and condition new connector assembly machines and improve the performance of existing connector assembly machines
- Update all assembly process related documentation to ensure accurate information is available for future projects
- Follow up with documented cost savings for new and improved assembly machine processes
- 5% to 10% global travel may be required

ASSEMBLY, MANUFACTURING ENGINEER QUALIFICATIONS:
- 4 year degree in Mechanical Engineering
- Basic knowledge of molds and dies for electrical connectors is a plus
- Good communication skills and the ability to articulate technical data effectively
- Experience in collaborating with global cultures in a project manager led / team environment
- Experience in providing the Assembly Machine Specifications for new assembly machines and assembly processes
- Experience with semi-automatic & automatic connector assembly machines is a plus

 

Competencies

Values: Integrity, Accountability,Teamwork, Innovation
Location: 

SHANGHAI, SH, CN, 200233

City:  SHANGHAI
State:  SH
Country/Region:  CN
Travel:  Less than 10%
Requisition ID:  93231
Alternative Locations: 
Function:  Engineering & Technology


Job Segment: Manufacturing Engineer, R&D Engineer, Mechanical Engineer, Machinist, Industrial, Engineering, Manufacturing

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