Date:  Jul 7, 2024
Country/Region:  US
City:  Nashville
Company:  Grupo Antolin Nashville, LLC (NSV)

 

 

 

Program Engineer

Program Engineer

Located in Nashville, IL

 

Who are we:

Antolin is a leading global automotive supplier, we are experts in designing, manufacturing, and supplying innovative solutions for vehicles around the world. Our product portfolio includes trim, headliners, and acoustic systems, as well as lighting and other interior systems. We offer comprehensive solutions with a focus on quality, safety, and sustainability. Our products are used in many of the world’s leading car brands. In fact, three out of four cars nowadays, have interiors made by Antolin.

With over 140 plants in 26 countries, Antolin has achieved this strong industry presence through over seventy years of working with our customers in order to develop a complete cycle of component manufacturing, from their conception and design, through the development and validation stages, to their industrialisation and sequenced delivery.

We are working hard on spearheading the transformation that the automotive industry is currently experiencing with regard to vehicle interiors by collaborating with our customers. We do so in order to develop more sustainable and technologically advanced vehicles that are also adapted to the new needs and requirements of their passengers.

As part of this transformation, Antolin is committed to a sustainable business model that focuses on and creates value for all its stakeholders, including its customers, employees, investors, suppliers, and society as a whole.

 

Scope:

Support of production activities of assigned product lines, APQP planning for successful launch of new/or future programs and/or business tooling transfers into or out of facility.

 

Specific Responsibilities:
1. Analyze and plan workforce utilization, space requirements and workflow to improve operation efficiency.
2. Establish timing plans for construction and qualification of prototype and production tooling.
3. Supervise personnel and activities related to tooling/secondary equipment to include repairs, engineering changes, improvements, quote assessments and tool performance evaluations.
4. Perform studies for corrective actions on internal and external problems to assure root cause identification and verification and ensure permanent corrective actions have been implemented.
5. Manage production equipment and process to achieve dimensional and ergonomic requirements.
6. Verify and maintain all network BOM information and adjust / requote as necessary.
7. Lead brainstorm sessions, design reviews and reverse-PFMEA workshops.
8. Evaluate potential effects of product design changes prior to performing change(s).
9. Establish and maintain accuracy of E-BOM document for assigned product line.
10. Lead problem solving/brainstorming activity to resolve manufacturing problems.
11. Manage daily product risks and identify continuous improvement opportunities during lifecycle.
12. Review and analyze daily scrap and labor data to drive improvements of manufacturing lines to run efficiently.
13. Utilize the Engineering data base and all support procedures to communicate and effectively manage engineering changes for assigned products.
14. Learn, understand and work within all customer engineering systems and/or data bases.

 

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in Engineering/related field and/or Minimum 3 years experience in Automotive Interior Manufacturing, Quality or Engineering