Process Engineer, Tinley Park, IL
UGN, INC. - Tinley Park, IL

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Process Engineer, Tinley Park, IL

UGN, a world class manufacturer of acoustic, interior trim, and thermal management products for the Japanese transplant automotive industry in North America, is seeking a Process Engineer to join our team in Tinley Park, IL.

The Process Engineer develops or assists in the development of the lowest cost, highest quality process for every product at UGN. This individual is the representative of Corporate Engineering at each plant for any technical support during development, launch and production phases.

Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities include:
Investigate process problems, formulate and implement solutions to improve the productivity and efficiency of the various work processes of the company.

Initiate process improvements and process improvement programs.

Develop and perform capability studies for processes and equipment.

Partnering with the plant, develop efficient plant / process layouts.

Develop standard operating procedures for all processes.

Determine optimum process conditions for new and existing processes.

Visit suppliers and customers as required for analysis and solution implementation.

Support the whole Product and Corporate Engineering teams as a local representative at the plant.

Provide technical lead on cost down opportunities for UGN and customers Value Added / Value Engineering (VA/VE).

Other duties may be assigned.


Bachelor degree (B.S.) from four-year college or university in a relevant field; and one to two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience

Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications–Word, Excel, and Microsoft Outlook, Proficiency in AutoCAD and experience in PLC Programming

UGN, Inc. offers competitive salaries and comprehensive benefits in a state-of-the-art work environment. For consideration, please click here to submit your resume in Word (.doc) or Adobe (.pdf) format.


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Buying a Japanese car? Sounds good. Especially if the vehicle has acoustic molding and other sound-dampening acoustic automotive trim...