Manufacturing Engineer - Process Development, GFNV Energy Products

April 02, 2023
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What to Expect

As a Tesla Manufacturing Engineer, you have the important role of designing “The Machine that builds the Machine”. You will work with the cross-functional teams (Design, Quality, Production, Sustaining, and Supply Chain) throughout the entire lifecycle of a product (from initial design through prototype development and into full production) to develop high quality and efficient manufacturing equipment and processes that will produce the power electronics that drive our cars and energy products.

What You'll Do

  • Conduct exploratory studies and analysis to identify assembly processes to meet product requirements
  • Identify critical process parameters and quality attributes, and conduct experiments using Design of Experiments (DOE) methods to determine sensitivity and acceptable process windows
  • Develop cause and effect analysis, Process Failure Mode Effects Analysis (PFMEA) and control plan
  • Troubleshoot and Identify corrective measures to critical equipment (mechanical, electrical, thermal, optical etc.) related problems
  • Conduct Install/qualification of tools including Measurement Systems Analysis (MCA), Gauge Repeatability and Reproducibility (GRR), Process Stability and Capability (CP/CPK), and equipment/process matching
  • Enable Statistical Process Control (SPC), and create standard operation and maintenance procedures to support the transition to sustainable production
  • Execute data driven root cause analysis as part of reject validation and excursion investigations
  • Drive continuous improvement & optimization activities to meet production targets including availability, quality, and performance
  • What You'll Bring

  • 2+ years of experience developing and deploying assembly (e.g. fastening, dispense, pick and place, soldering, etc.) and/or test (e.g. electrical, optical inspection, etc.) processes through high-volume manufacturing
  • Experience developing and taking new automated manufacturing processes and equipment from the prototype stage through high volume production
  • Familiarity with, and interest in grappling with large data sets to drive decision making
  • Strong working knowledge of Statistical Analysis, Design of Experiments (DOE), Gauge Repeatability and Reproducibility (GRR), Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA), Statistical Process Control (SPC) and other Six Sigma Tools
  • Clear understanding of manufacturing production metrics, field data, and quality and reliability data
  • Hands-on skills with diagnostics software, hardware, tools, instruments, general electromechanical systems and measurement techniques
  • BS/MS/PhD in Chemical/Material/Electrical/Industrial/Mechanical Engineering, or equivalent experience
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