Mechanical Site Lead - Body Shop Expansion
Company: SWJ Technology
Posted on: February 25, 2021
Mechanical Site Lead - Body Shop Expansion This position is
responsible for managing on-site activities for the Body Shop
expansion project for a leading Automotive OEM. The areas to be
working in will be Doors, Hood, Hatch, and Training Cell.
- Follow up of the Chattanooga Body Shop construction
- Create Integration plan per line Based on Rough Installation
Documentation by Design Companies.
- Daily, on site follow up of the installation activities.
- AEKO and Change Requests:
- Implementation and tracking of the contracted AEKO's and change
- KBB Tracking:
- Daily and detail checking if delivery matches timeline from
Project Leads or integration plan in the central KBB (Material
Delivery) tracking list.
- Communicate material delivery to Site leads and escalate to
project lead if there is mismatch to the required timeline (at
least once a week).
- CSI Tracking and checks for correctness.
- Verify KBB Delivery after pre-check by CE-PPK Logistic by
signature on KBB delivery sheet.
- Clarification if partial deliveries or false/ faulty deliveries
have been made with senders and or PPK equipment designer. In case
of incomplete/faulty deliveries to clarify with PPK site leads and
project leads of an on-site solution can be done.
- Attending of weekly Line Area Meetings
- Current status of integration plan (plan/actual).
- Planning for future activities.
- Summary of changes/AEKOs.
- Current status of integration plan (plan/actual).
- Verify installations in Body Shop in accordance with latest
design status. If incomplete (instead of signature): creation and
follow up of open point list with categorization: installed wrong/
manufacturing issue/ design issue/ else. With exact description of
the issue, pictures, root cause description, clarifying the
delivery timing from the manufacturer. Weekly Reporting of
- Tracking and following up on open issues in HOP lines and
- Be a communication link between onsite activities / contractors
- Timeline project tracking.
- Meeting customer specific project deadlines and adapt to
- Communication with equipment suppliers, design contractors and
- Shopping Cart Management/ Ordering of Components per discussion
with the Project Leads and checking of completeness once delivered
- Reporting on open points and regular updates of site
- Analysis and Investigation of the following submitted
- Function and Process Charts
- Assembly / joining Charts
- Weld spot charts and marking of parts according to
- Parameter of Welding
- Weld Stud Charts
- Bonding Charts
- Control and make sure that all documents and specification were
submitted according to Company standards into the KVS system.
- Follow up deviation in compliance with design and the related
- At least once per month, Management Review with the Supplier
Management about the project status. QUALIFICATIONS:
- Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering or a related field
- Minimum of three (3) years of professional experience working
in Construction Site Management within the Automotive Manufacturing
setting. REQUIRED SKILLS:
- Equipment planning experience in the Body Shop.
- Expertise in Microsoft Office.
- Working knowledge of MicroStation.
- Advanced skills in using KVS.
- Strong understanding of MTM
- Skilled with Construction Manager tool COMAN. PREFERRED SKILLS:
- Knowledge of HLS, Process - Designer, and/or CATIA software.
- Work is normally performed in an office, laboratory,
manufacturing floor, or machine shop setting where physical work
includes, but is not limited to, sitting, standing, reaching,
kneeling, bending, and lifting up to 25 lbs.
- Must be able to understand and comply with all relevant safety
practices. FLSA STATUS/WORKING SCHEDULE :
- Good attendance and the ability to work a flexible schedule is
essential for this position. DISCLAIMER: This job description is a
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