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Engineer Manufacturing

Location:
El Paso, Texas, United States
Posted:
January 02, 2017

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**** ******* *****

EL PASO, TX. *****

M (915) ***-****

JOSE A. MACIAS acx3cg@r.postjobfree.com

SUMMARY/SKILLS:

15+ years of experience in Manufacturing and Quality.

Proven experience leading staff to accomplish goals.

Possess strong technical skills to improve production processes.

Proactive team member, hands-on and quick learner.

Experience on communicate project results to top management.

Proven project experience working with suppliers.

Lean Manufacturing, time studies, line balancing, layout, DOE, GD&T, Kaizen, 5’s, 8D’s, error proofing, lean work station and poka-yoke design.

MS-Office, Project, DFM, Fixture design, Auto-Cad, Solid edge (basics), Minitab, SPC Quality Control.

Quality Circles, Innovation and continuous improvement methodologies, (ESD) Electronics Sensitive Devices Precautions, Military Standard Specification 454, 2000 and 2000A, Unigraphics (Basics).

Knowledge of ISO 9001-2000, ISO/TS 16949 2002 and ISO 14001, ISO 13485.

Problem solving techniques, certified on Six Sigma Green Belt, Shainin Red X (Apprentice and Journeyman).

Bilingual (English / Spanish).

EDUCATION:

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering / minor Electronics.

Instituto tecnologico de Ciudad Juarez (ITCJ) Mexico.

MS in Manufacturing Engineering

University of Texas in El Paso (UTEP).

EXPERIENCE:

BEPC assigned to Johnson & Johnson June 15 2015 to Actual

Component Engineer

Manage and drive all the tempo projects, providing a weekly report to local product team and key people at Cincinnati and Juarez.

Partner with Design Assurance to identify areas of reliability, risk, and sampling.

Provide reliability function for new products by acting as reliability engineering lead on assigned projects with accountability to execute assigned activities.

Develop test strategies to determine the best means of providing design verification and reliability.

Validate test methods using equipment qualification, software validation, and measurement analysis.

Develop and qualify new test protocols, ensuring test objectives are effectively incorporated. Design and coordinate the fabrication of unique test fixtures required for protocol execution.

Coordinate assigned projects resources (technical and equipment) with the objective of assuring data integrity and maximizing test throughput efficiency.

Work with lab technicians to assemble, test, and troubleshoot mechanical, electronic, electromechanical, and pneumatic test set-ups and data acquisition system.

Analyze test data for conformance to pre-determined acceptance criteria and prepare formal reports and results summaries.

Assist engineering team in failure investigations/ root cause analysis for problems identified during lab testing and field issues.

Assist engineers in the compilation and analysis of basic reliability data from field studies.

Accomplishments:

Managing and complete 6 projects at the end of the year 2015 to meet the established amount of projects 40, we did 41 projects.

Global Supplier Quality Engineer 01/2012 to 02/2015

NCR Corporation

Improve production repair line, applying lean concepts for ATM modules.

Responsible for on-site suppliers visits to qualify potential suppliers.

Lead new product introduction into repair suppliers to assure product specification and its manufacturability.

Identify and resolve quality issues, drive root cause and implement corrective actions.

Work as a key interface with Services and Global Module teams on critical issues and new programs.

Drive local ECN’s to ensure product changes were on time.

Create and implement cost savings on NFF (No failure found) creating a process steps for inspection testing and verification prior to send the unit back to field.

Lead communication with the CE’s (Customer Engineers) on issues related to NCR products at field.

Assist other company SQE’s on complex quality issues.

Accomplishments:

Reduce metrics under 2% OBF (out of the box failure), ELF (early life failure), NFF (no failure found) in main commodities, also increment the MTBF (mean time between failure) more than 200 days.

Delphi Automotive Systems Power-Train Division Mexico Technical Center (MTC) 08/08 to 8/2011

Senior Advance Quality Engineer

Request & Verify the implementation of ISO/TS 16949 on new projects.

Responsible for assessing potential suppliers and taking contracted through the Advanced Product Quality Planning (APQP) process until the product is into production.

Coordinate APQP readiness & transition for new programs to manufacturing plants upon completion of Early Production Containment (EPC) period.

Ensure flawless program execution and launch through rigorous applications of APQP process.

Support customer enthusiasm through Excellence, Team Work, Urgency and Commitments.

Suppliers Development on all APQP activities, technical reviews, run @ rate capacity plan, appropriate tools Process Flow Diagram (PFD), Process Failure Mode and Effect analysis (PFMEA), Process Control Plan (PCP), Measurement System Analysis (MSA), Supplier-Customer Verification Matrix, Line Side Review, Layered Audits, etc.

Manage launch supply issues to meet project objectives.

Organize and lead conference aimed to educate/inform suppliers of our new programs and expectations.

Ensure suppliers meets with Delphi Policies and Procedures.

Achieve supplier PASS R@R 98% on time for all parts on new programs to project commitment dates.

Learned injection molding practices, progressive stamping dies and machining processes from suppliers to make well informed technical decisions.

Accomplishments:

Approve supplier FULL PPAP 100% for Ford platforms FCSD and Legacy, Ford Mustang Fuel Handling Modules, Canisters Modules for Harley Davidson and Hyundai programs on time without launch issues.

Delphi Automotive Systems Saginaw Division (MTC) 12/97 to 08/08

Senior Manufacturing Engineer

Design, procure and install lean equipment to assemble steering columns, rack and pinion, and intermedia shaft for automotive industry.

Provide support to manufacturing operations in the areas of final assembly, plastic injection molding applications, bearing press and functional test bench, develop optimum tooling, design and implement error-proofing on actual programs, implement cost-savings projects.

Analyze customer specifications to create an adequate action plan and meet customer needs.

Create tooling bill of materials, provide three sets of perishable tooling to crib.

Responsible to coordinate and create the potential failure mode and effects analysis (PFMEA).

Provide constant communication with product engineering to re-design new components for better assembly or add a component poke yoke.

Analyze product design concepts for the best manufacturing assembly method.

Recognized with “Team work” award three years, and “Excellence” award two years,

Seven times achieved flawless launches for Toyota and GM programs for steering systems including steering column & Rack & Pinion gears in different plants between Mexico, USA, Spain and Australia.

Mentor new engineers on manufacturing engineering processes.

Perform design of experiments (DOE) on several processes to obtain the best and optimum set up.

Participate in Manufacturing Systems Design (MSD) workshops.

Design and retool several existing machines.

Accomplishments:

Lead six engineers to develop and implement a steering wheel project for Australia and México.

Cost avoidance for about $150,000 USD, during six sigma green belt project.

Scrap reduction and cost avoidance for $500,000.00 USD, on six Shainin projects

Rapid Design Services (Assigned to Delphi Packard). 12/95 to 12/97

Process Engineer (Harness Final Assembly equipment):

Responsible to create a new southwest potential suppliers to built to print, all final assembly equipment such as post twisters, resistance welders, boot spreader, tube toaster and wire cutters, for plant locations in Warren OH, Alabama and Mexico.

Responsible to install, troubleshoot and debug the assembly equipment at production facilities, provide manuals and write and maintain process at operating specifications.

6 months of training in Warren, Ohio.

Varo Inc. Garland, TX (Night vision goggles & Tomahawk Power Supply) 08 / 89 to 12 /95

Manufacturing Engineer

Coordinate, implement, and follow up on new products and engineering changes.

Estimate the labor standard and total investment for quoting new products.

Develop and implement production line layout, component prep, terminal riveting, component assembly, soldering processes, wave solder machine, cleaning process, omega meter test, and conformal coating.

Supervise three technicians and provide job instructions and training.

Responsible for the complete integration of two powers supplies (military products).

Responsible for the set up on the wave solder machine and eliminate all defects on PC boards.

Accomplishments:

Reduce the layout at the wave solder machine area, reducing the rework on modules resulting excellent savings for the company.

Manage all activities from incoming inspection until finish goods, entire integration for Tomahawk missile and night vision goggles



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