This position is for an Engineering Change Coordinator at Magna Seating Detroit, a division of Magna Seating.
Magna Seating is an innovative leader in the development and manufacture of high quality complete seating systems, seat structure and mechanism solutions as well as foam & trim products for the global automotive industry. Our capabilities range from market and consumer research, full concept development, design and engineering, testing and validation to world-class manufacturing.
Provides assistance to engineering teams and coordinates various engineering changes to the Bill of Material (BOM) with Product Engineering and manufacturing departments.
- Serves as first point of contact with all manufacturing and engineering groups for coordination.
- Understands scope and timing for engineering changes from Corporate Engineering and establishes timing and activities to implement the change at the Seating plant.
- Maintains Engineering Change Database (creates electronic tracking document, establishes timing for change with Engineering, follows-up with various departments on status to timing commitments, etc...).
- Accurately maintains and updates BOM.
- Coordinates and issues Product Change Notices (PCN).
- Verifies completed design package to the approved PCN paperwork.
- Facilitates weekly Engineering change meetings at the Seating Plant.
- Obtains seat BOM's from engineering and interpret impacts to seat plant systems.
- Releases and distributes BOM data to relevant disciplines, as needed through Trans4M, MES.
- Communicates with suppliers to agree upon timing/events for the changes.
- Coordinates PER runs for design changes and report results to plant management and corporate engineers.
- Coordinates with customer to insure proper paperwork is in place for design change implementation and PER parts
- Identifies requirements for change implementation (component labeling, FIFO requirements, etc...) against NPCC checklist
Minimum of two (2) years of experience as an engineering change coordinator or related position in a tier-one automotive environment
Skills and Competencies
Good written and verbal communication skills. Team oriented, communicates well with others and able to interact with people at all levels and departments. Excellent time management skills. Ability to successfully complete multiple tasks. Demonstrated ability to facilitate meetings. Proficient with Bill of Material (BOM) structures and development, and part numbering systems. Proficient in Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Working knowledge of electronic databases (i.e. PCN’s, RFC’s, NPPC’s). Working knowledge of engineering component drawings/documentation (i.e. ability to read and understand
Magna - 7 months ago
Through its various subsidiaries and divisions, Magna International makes just about everything needed to put together a motor vehicle....