Process Engineer

Summary

Salary
Competitive
Team
Manufacturing and tooling
Location
Johor Bahru - Malaysia

Description

Dyson began twenty one years ago with James Dyson and a handful of engineers questioning everyday products, thinking differently and making them better. We are now the world's number one vacuum cleaner manufacturer in the UK, US, Japan, Europe and Australasia.

Accountabilities

Key Responsibility
  • To ensure smooth day to day operation of greenline processes (Blanking, mechanical punching, lamination and laser cutting)
  • To ensure manufacturing issues are resolved in a timely manner
  • Drive improvement projects to streamline process
  • Production planning to ensure production demand is met
  • Create daily report to immediate superior
  • Maintain process stability via SPC (Statistical Process Control)
  • Work closely with equipment engineering for regular preventive maintenance to ensure every equipment remain in validated condition

Skills

Qualification:
  • Minimum 3 year experience in high volume manufacturing
  • Bachelor degree or above in mechanical/electrical engineering or material science and engineering
  • Preferably with experience from advanced ceramic component industry
Primary Skill set
  • Experience in HTCC (High Temperature Co-Fire Ceramic) and multi-layer ceramic 
Secondary skill
  • Technical ceramic background
  • Knowledge and practical experience with PFMEA, GR&R, SPC and Process capability analysis

Benefits

Dyson Malaysia monitors the market to ensure we offer competitive salaries, management bonuses and pension contributions. Beyond that, you’ll enjoy generous leave and medical care and insurance. But financial benefits are only the start of a career at Dyson. Leadership support and new opportunities abound, driven by regular dialogue and international training. And with a vibrant culture, the latest devices and a relaxed dress code reflecting our engineering spirit, it’s an exciting team environment geared to progress, innovation and realising ambition.

Posted: 29 January 2019