Cosma provides a comprehensive range of body, chassis and engineering solutions to global customers. Through our robust product engineering, outstanding tooling capabilities and diverse process expertise, we continue to bring lightweight and innovative products to market.
In an increasingly global and competitive world of automotive manufacturing, engineers need to accurately model and predict manufacturing reality years before any production starts. At Cosma Assembly Technology, we help our customers achieve world-class manufacturing by using the latest technologies to design, simulate and validate automotive assembly processes and concepts. Our customers include some of the largest Magna production facilities around the globe. Cosma Assembly Technology is in Brampton, Ontario, and is a division of Magna International. Our business is engineering, but our greatest asset is the people who drive the business forward. Our capabilities include 3D process design & simulation, 3D ergonomics analysis, fixture design, off-line programming, discrete event simulation, and the continuous improvement of existing assembly applications.
The Simulation Engineer validates robot processes based on expected performance, feasibility, reach and safety requirements. Communicates with internal and external suppliers to give direction on design intent and deliverables as per customer specifications. Creates detailed robot simulations to OLP level and prepares supporting documentation.
Create robotic simulation studies using Tecnomatix, and Roboguide software
Ensure robotic layout is collision free, safeties are considered, and meets customer standards
Verify machine times, transfer times, system cycle time and robot interference zones
Create supporting documentation for controls line ups, weld engineering and systems layout
Provide feedback to improve the standard manufacturing cells, processes and concepts for assembly system including Logistics and Quality
Follow ISO 9001 and MAFACT process as required by company.
Post-Secondary education e.g. technical school, college, university or special studies
Experience with 3D Process Software an asset (Tecnomatix, Delmia, RobCAD)
Ability to understand process engineering an asset
Ability to understand and apply industrial safety standards: CSAZ432(safeguarding of machinery) and CSAZ434 (industrial robots)
Min. (5) years’ work experience in automotive assembly and SPOT/GMAW welding
Chassis and Body-In-White simulation experience.
Skills & Competencies:
Reliable, self-motivated, team player
Good understanding of manufacturing and machining processes
Strong mechanical aptitude, able to develop innovative mechanical solutions
Ability to learn new software
Must be organized, have proven ability to work under tight time constraints.
Ability to provide reasonable time estimates for task completion
Proven time management skills
Excellent English skills (fluent in spoken and written, presentation skills)
Ability to travel internationally
Office environment with occasional exposure to manufacturing environment
Day Shift, flex hours may be required to accommodate needs of global divisions
Accommodations for disabilities in relation to the job selection process are available upon request.