Tesla is looking for a highly motivated Equipment Engineer, stamping will be responsible for design and development of new press lines or modifications to existing press lines.
- Reports to Stamping Manufacturing Engineering Manager
- Responsible for leading design, installation and commissioning activities for stamping press lines (both tandem and transfer lines)
- Supports equipment design RFQ’s
- Requests the necessary project capital and is accountable for the budget
- Provides direction and receives feedback from suppliers ensuring equipment quality & delivery commitments are met.
- Approves supplier designs
- Ensures that suppliers adhere to equipment building standards.
- Participates and perhaps leads the equipment standard documentation development.
- Prepares a detailed program plan that meets timing goals and visits suppliers on a regular basis to ensure compliance to timing dates
- Schedules and facilitates equipment trials at suppliers and at TMF.
- Provides direction and leadership to Launch Support Team.
- Provides a detailed documentation record of “as built” conditions.
- Provides direction to Engineering Techs and Engineering Interns as necessary.
- Provides a detailed list of high priority spare parts
- Update Equipment Tracking System.
- Provide technical expertise to various departments from time to time.
- Other tasks assigned by Manager.
- BS in electrical, mechatronics, or mechanical engineering
- 5+ years of stamping manufacturing experience
- Strong knowledge of electrical and mechanical designs
- Experience with stamping press line foundations and utilities is a plus
- Good project management skillsets to manage press vendors
- Aluminum Destacker experience preferred
- Equipment safety buyoff
- Advanced knowledge of requirements by ISO and local safety Standards
- Kuka, Fanuc or/and ABB Robotic hardware skills desired, any programing experiences are plus
- Proven project management experience
- Innovative, Business-minded, Capable of working well within a team, Organized and able to work under pressure to meet tight deadline