JMJ is looking for a manufacturing costs analyst for our client located in Longueuil, QC. It is a new position on the day shift for an initial period of 1 year.
The Analyst duties include:
Estimate production costs of parts and Engine Module assembly.
Prepare and lead negotiations of production costs with partners.
Analyse technical drawings to establish the manufacturing process.
Establish the optimum raw material and manufacturing process to obtain the best production cost.
Create Catia 3D models to evaluate the dimensions and volumes to be machined in order to obtain the finished part.
Establish the manufacturing Feeds and Speeds for every operation to prove the cycle times.
Participate in team meetings to prepare negotiation strategies.
Manage and issue costs reports.
Participate in continuous improvement activities of partnership processes.
• Manufacturing technique with 10 years’ experience in machining or process planning • or Bachelor degree in an appropriate Engineering program with 5 to 8 years’ experience • Hands-on experience on manufacturing machines • Experience in aviation industry is an asset • Very good knowledge and experience in manufacturing processes • Knowledge of composite materials and additive manufacturing is an asset • Knowledge of Catia V5 (3D model creation) • Ability to read drawings (dimensional and geometric tolerancing) • Knowledge of Microsoft Office software (mostly EXCEL)
• Programming (VBA) skills an asset • Bilingual (French & English) • Good communication, negotiation and presentation skills • Understanding of turbine engine configuration is an asset
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