Full-Time

Paint Systems Robotics Engineer

Tokai Rika Group

Tokai Rika Group

51-200 employees

Automotive parts supplier enhancing driving experience

Hardware

Senior

Jackson, MI, USA

Required Skills
CAD
Communications
SolidWorks
Requirements
  • Experience with Fanuc robots and PLC interfaces
  • ROBOGUIDE PaintPRO software practical knowledge
  • Solidworks or other 3D CAD knowledge
  • Experience with paint systems fluids
  • Experience with paint electrical hardware
  • Excellent problem solving skills
  • Prioritizing, planning and scheduling skills
  • Solid oral and written communication skills
  • BS in Engineering
Responsibilities
  • Leading equipment/process changes from initial concept to mass production
  • Creating and managing safety, schedule, budget, and quality confirmation plan for multiple projects
  • Specifying, ordering, and installing new paint systems equipment
  • Preparing detailed machine specifications
  • Managing equipment build by outside suppliers
  • Supervising and supporting equipment installation
  • Creating paint jig specifications/drawings for new component parts
  • Analyzing and troubleshooting paint processes/parameters for continuous improvement activities
  • Performing time studies to balance manufacturing processes
  • Leading/participating in team-based projects for New Model Launches
  • Leading meetings with outside groups to develop direction and countermeasures to achieve quality requirements
  • Traveling to vendors to lead design reviews, trials, and equipment buy-off for responsible equipment
  • Validating and characterizing processes for production implementation
  • Creating detailed Manufacturing Instructions to document new processes
  • Completing engineering documentation to support paint processes (PFMEA, Control Plans, Daily Checksheets, etc.)

TRAM, Inc. stands out as a leading automotive parts supplier, with a unique focus on creating products that enhance the driving experience to be a seamless extension of the human body. With a diverse portfolio of switch-related, security, and safety-related products, the company serves both Japanese and domestic OEMs, demonstrating its competitive edge in the automotive components market. The company's culture promotes inclusivity and growth, as evidenced by its status as an Equal Opportunity Employer, and its global presence in North America, including the US, Canada, and Mexico, further underscores its industry leadership.

Company Stage

N/A

Total Funding

N/A

Headquarters

Plymouth, Michigan

Founded

1986

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

2%

1 year growth

-16%

2 year growth

-22%