Calculation / RAMS (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability & Safety) Engineer – BIW Tooling Fixture
As a Calculation / RAMS Engineer in the Mechanical Design group, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with our Body-In-White and Powertrain Engineering teams to develop innovative solutions for many kinds of production systems.
• Lead development of quality documentation to quantify risks of failure involved in building automated systems for OEM body shops.
• Assure the use of and/or creation of new company standards, processes, procedures, norms, etc.
• Provide technical support to the project team (e.g., calculations, material analysis, etc.)
• Develop and provide customer quality deliverables
• Process Failure Mode Effects Analysis (PFMEA)
• Safety Risk Analysis (SRA)
• Meeting coordination of outside vendors for Machine Failure Mode Effects Analysis (MFMEA)
• Coordinate multi-functional team to accurately identify full spectrum of design risks.
• Coordinate and lead customer meetings, communicate and quantify risks to the customer to influence final design of body shop.
• Develop customer relationship and maintain customer satisfaction
• Express genuine concern regarding customer issues and requests.
• Provide customers with helpful solutions
• Provide consistent, high quality, “on-time” delivery
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
• Achieve timing, quality and cost targets.
• Assure the use of and/or new creation of company standards, processes, procedures, norms, etc.
• Conduct ergonomic evaluations
• Create and maintain the design FMEA / process FMEA or technical analysis methods in project.
• Synchronize and track FMEA time schedules according to the project management principles
• Provide technical support in the phases of engineering, assembly, installation (equipment) and prototyping
• Design components and structures using FEM and classical analytical methods (primary structure).
• Perform and interpret static, dynamic and weight calculations.
• Evaluate solutions in compliance with the application requirements.
• Ergonomic software management and data analysis
• Support ergonomic program development
• Write technical reports
• Continuous control of project safety and ergonomics targets.
• Performing safety ergonomic analysis during all project phases, giving continuous feedbacks to the Project Team.
• Technical degree in Mechanical Engineering (Bachelor’s Degree or higher).
• Previous experience in automotive tooling/automated systems, in an Engineering or Quality role.
• Ability to work independently and within teams
• Ability to travel domestically (5-20%) and internationally as project needs may require for technical support