Jr. Assembly Engineering Technician
Magna Mechatronics & Mirrors
Belleville, ON
Company Introduction
This position is for Autosystems, a division of Magna Closures, Mirrors & Lighting Magna Closures, Mirrors & Lighting, an operating unit of Magna International, is one of the world’s leading suppliers of innovative closure systems and modules as well as offers a variety of exterior and interior mirror systems to the global automotive industry. Our focus is on developing technically sophisticated and economically viable products in order to satisfy our customers at any time.

Job Introduction
This position is for Autosystems Belleville.

Major Responsibilities
  • Responsible for ongoing technical support and continuous improvement of existing assembly equipment. • Support for the design and launch of new assembly equipment. • Report on status of project progress to affected teams/individuals. • Involvement with cross-functional team to develop PFMEA’s and control plans. • Implement error proofing/detection on equipment as per control plan. • Develop baseline programs and equipment settings. • Assist in dimensional development and verification of components and finished lamps. • Support PFMEA RPN reduction efforts. • Provide day-to-day technical support of the processes and equipment in the Assembly areas in response to downtime escalations. • Determine root causes and implement corrective actions for assembly quality issues. • Understand the causes for scrap and loss of efficiency as they relate to the process and be able to correct by working towards root cause. • Focus on, and drive the mindset of Continuous Improvement throughout the operation. • Ensure that all equipment and process capacities are being maximized to achieve peak efficiencies and give direction in this area as required. • Perform and document calibrations as required on related assembly equipment. • Any reasonable request by Supervisor or Manager.
Knowledge and Education
  • College, Technician or Technologist Diploma (preferably in Engineering) or equivalent. .
Work Experience
  • 3 to 5 years’ experience in an automotive manufacturing environment with strong technical background • Experience in CAD drafting and machine shop tools.
Skills and Competencies
  • Demonstrated ability in dealing with mechanical and electrical equipment. • Demonstrated understanding of manufacturing processes. • Solid ability to analyze technical problems, and drive the solution process. • Demonstrated interpersonal skills. • Self-motivated, ability to initiate and follow tasks through to completion.• • Proven track record for performance and attendance in existing position. • Understanding of APQP process. • Ability to travel as required, within and outside Canada. • Ability to work with numbers with a high degree of accuracy.
Work Environment
  • Standing/walking/climbing/ kneeling on a regular basis; • Ability to move around on the production floor; • Ability to bend, twist, lift, reach; • Ability to work shift work including overtime, as required; • Ability to work at a computer workstation. • Ability to lift max. 50lbs periodically.
Additional Information
Accommodations for disabilities in relation to the job selection process are available upon request.