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Welding / Process Engineer

  • Vaughan
  • 2019-10-30

Job Snapshot

Base Pay - 80,000 CAD - 100,000 CAD /YearEmployee Type - Full-Time EmployeeEducation - 4 Year DegreeExperience - At least 3 year(s)Industries - Automotive, Engineering, ManufacturingOther Pay - Benefits, Bonus, Profit Sharing, RRSP


  • Co-ordinate and maintain physical layout of welding equipment, materials and storage.
  • Maintain accurate throughput calculations for all manufacturing resources.
  • Determine cycle times for manufacturing resources.
  • Identify bottleneck resources and capacity constraint resources.
  • Co-ordinate throughput improvement efforts.
  • Assess operator utilization,
  • Assess ergonomics conditions, reduce ergonomics stressors.
  • Perform standardized work studies.
  • Implement continuous improvements and monitor cost savings.
  • Maintain key performance indicator charts/graphs.
  • Implement error proofing.
  • Co-ordinate problem solving efforts.
  • Co-ordinate new business related matter.
  • Capacity planning.
  • Completion of Job Instruction sheets.
  • Maintain master lists of ; JIS, set-up instructions, re-work instructions, sample boards
  • Evaluate and co-ordinate elimination of safety hazards.
  • Responsibility and authority to deal with customers and suppliers that effect the company financially and strategically.
  • Completion of set-up instructions and re-work instructions
  • Maintains equipment list
  • Assigns and maintains equipment numbering
  • Makes and maintains sample boards
  • Establishes tooling list
  • Fills in Supplier’s Tooling Confirmation Forms
  • Manages GP-9 Run @Rates
  • Key member of machine validation team, Key member of APQP team
  • Responsible for the production process from start to finish, updates, revisions, continuous improvements.
  • Maintains compliance to Engineering and TS 16949 procedures;


  • University Degree in Mechanical Engineering; or
  • Engineering Technologist
  • Excellent English communication skills (both verbal and written)
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to work independently
  • Knowledge of automotive industry processes and operations
  • Strong computer skills
  • Knowledge of customer specific requirements (APQP, PPAP, PFMEA)
  • Strong leadership and facilitation skills
  • 3+ years previous experience, as process engineer in a North American automotive environment essential in a Welding/Stamping environment
  • Must be active in continuous improvement initiatives and activities.
  • High level of time management and ability to lead a team

Candidates from outside of Canada will not be considered.