Process Technician – Gigafactory Nevada | Tesla | Sparks, NV 89434

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  • United States, Sparks, NV 89434 View on Map
  • Post Date : November 19, 2020
  • Apply Before : December 19, 2020
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Job Description

The Process Engineering Technician performs process sustaining tasks for the manufacturing line on a variety of mechanical and chemical processes including response to out-of-control process, work on yield improvement projects, disposition of special case non-conforming materials that come from the manufacturing line, qualifying new equipment and processes that are being introduced into the manufacturing line. Perform supporting activities for engineering and manufacturing including 5S and Lean manufacturing activities, yield improvement, scrap reduction, production line configuration, and safety procedures.


Responsibilities:

Support Engineering and Manufacturing in improving and writing manufacturing instructions, including rework procedures, and ensuring qualification schedules are always available and current
Train associates on new or updated manufacturing instructions
Provide daily coverage/of production line processes to ensure smooth and effective operations, including a rapid response to out-of-control processes to minimize cost and maximize productivity
Investigate and implement countermeasures to improve process Cpk and product yield
Execute experiments and analyze data under the direction of process engineers including but not limited to DOE, GR&R
Lead special case disposition of non-conformance materials produced by the production line and escalate to the production engineering team as needed
Maintain and help develop up-to-date maintenance and calibration procedures and schedules
Support Lean Manufacturing and 5S initiatives
Responsible for parts and tools inventory
Manage repairs/troubleshooting exactly to instructed process
Manage workload with a positive attitude and proactively help co-workers


Requirements:

Gigafactory Nevada manufacturing experience
Associate’s Degree on Electronic or some technical certificate or equivalent experience in a manufacturing/industrial environment
Strong proficiency in common workplace software (MS Word, Excel, Visio, Access, etc)
Ability to troubleshoot electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems
Proven ability to draw accurate conclusions from test data, malfunctions, or deviations, and assist with corrections to the existing process
Skilled with the use of a variety of hand and portable tools
Ability to read and interpret basic mechanical drawings and electrical schematic
Proven ability to handle multiple priorities with minimal direction contributing to a positive, team-oriented work environment
Demonstrates adherence to EHS regulations and standards and leads by example
Strong organization and record-keeping skills with strong attention to detail

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