Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada
About the job
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada (TMMC) is a world-class automotive facility with manufacturing plants located in Cambridge and Woodstock, Ontario. Our plants currently manufacture the best-selling Toyota RAV4, RAV4 Hybrid and the Lexus RX 350 and RX 450h vehicles, and will also soon be building the popular Lexus NX and Lexus NX Hybrid models. Recognized year after year on the global stage for manufacturing quality by our customers, we are also recognized as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers.
The world-famous Toyota Production System, a philosophy of continuous improvement and on-going training, enables each Team Member to work towards their highest potential. The success of our company stems from hiring results-driven, self-motivated individuals, with the ability to work together to achieve team goals.
What We Offer
Compensation package includes overtime pay, annual bonus, flexible benefits program and defined contribution pension plan
19 Paid Days off during the year in which their first anniversary falls, plus 5 Floating Holidays that generally fall between Christmas and New Year
Maternity and paternal leave program has Employment Insurance (EI) top-up 5
Reimbursement for professional development, memberships, licenses, tuition fees and books for most courses
Employee & Family Vehicle Discounts
Social Events and an On-Site Fitness Facility
As a Quality Control Manufacturing Systems – Analyst you will be responsible for implementing automation and innovative systems with the latest technologies to optimize efficiencies, traceability, and eliminate waste. In this position, you will have an opportunity to apply your computer, engineering and various automation programming knowledge through practical hands on problem solving as well as design and development of applications and automation solutions. You will also work with multi-disciplinary teams to resolve process or equipment engineering concerns. An exciting time to join the Quality Systems Team to demonstrate your innovation and creativity.
What you’ll be doing
Determine project scope, objectives, benefits, feasibility, and show cost and time requirements
Perform automation troubleshooting with Vision Systems or Ultra-wideband (UWB) technologies, cycle time reductions and new equipment installation calibration
Perform quality analysis, testing, diagnosing and monitoring various technologies for detection and correction of errors/operating deficiencies
Standardize and continuously improve through investigation and analysis with the end user/internal customer
Support capital investment projects and management all aspects of execution (i.e. budget, schedule, install, commissioning and buy-off)
Support process simulation/bottleneck analysis for productivity/quality improvements
Provide expertise and solutions for process capability improvements
Provide after-hours support to the floor through an on-call service (rotational)
Provide support/debug applications and reports
Desired Skills and Experience
Bachelor’s Degree or Diploma in Software Engineering, Computer Science/Computer Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology, Mechatronics/Mechanical Systems Engineering, Electronic Systems Engineering, Electronics Engineering Technology or Automation and Robotics or equivalent degree/diploma is required
Minimum of 1 to 3 years of relevant work experience is required
Demonstrated ability to create detailed training documentation for various users & customers
Exposure to various robot manufactures: Kuka / FANUC etc.
Project management experience is an asset
Detail oriented and high level of quality expectation
Demonstrated ability to work well in a dynamic team-oriented work environment as well as independently with limited supervision
Advanced knowledge with MS Office applications. Particularly Excel (Macros), Access, PowerPoint, Project, Word etc.
Intermediate knowledge of computer systems/hardware and network set-up and configuration
Good understanding of vehicle information and vehicle manufacturing flow from start to end
Highly motivated self-starter and demonstrated ability to quickly learn new technologies
Strong organization & standardization skills with the ability to prioritize & multi-task
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (verbal and written)
Ability to learn new systems & work effectively in a dynamic environment
Willing to support daily and weekend overtime requirements as needed
Possible travel within North America as well as Overseas (less than 5% per year)
Must be flexible to work in Cambridge and/or Woodstock plant locations
To apply for this job please visit toyotamotorjobs.tmmc.ca.