Mechanical Engineer (Development / Manufacturing)

NetGroup Inc. is currently seeking a Mechanical Engineer who will work as part of our client's team (Automotive OEM).
The Mechanical Engineer is responsible for supporting the production line and helps solve issues in order to make sure the production line is continuously operational. He gives feedback back to development group in order to improve design and follows up on different actions and activities in order to make sure the different current and upcoming contract are technically secured and issues don't reoccur
Note: this is a contract position.
Identify root causes of problems and by suggesting and/or implementing corrective actions
When the corrective action might affect the integrity of the product, he/she shall inform; and get approval from the functional engineer before implementing the change
Follow-up on upcoming orders to make sure we don't have reoccurring issue
Follow the items until the permanent solutions is documented and released.
Take part in design reviews.
Give feedback to Product Development group on potential improvements
Support the manufacturing engineering group in solving technical production problems.
Analyse the technical aspects of special customer requests during the bid and order processes.
Provide technical support to designers.
Cooperate and take part in continuous improvement activities.
Essential educational and/or training qualifications
Bachelor's degree in mechanical or electromechanical engineering
PMP certification is a plus
Preferred experience and knowledge
Knowledge of product development methods, such as functional analysis, risk management, and close timeline monitoring
Knowledge of problem-solving methods (8D) Knowledge and skills
Good communication skills
Independence, resourcefulness
Excellent teamwork and communication
Ability to work under pressure
Knowledge of mechanical CAD software: Inventor, CATIA
Sound knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite, and knowledge of an MRP system
Preferred Bilingualism (English/French)
Ability to oversee several projects concurrently
Knowledge of the public transit industry (standards, suppliers, customers)
Knowledge of GD&T principles
You consider yourself to be:
Positive to innovative ideas
Self-motivated and engaged
Driven to deliver results
Passionate and willing to build and contribute to a company's culture

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