If you like change, change to us

 

We are an international mid sized group with appetite for innovations, approachable management, lead by objectives / targets which give the opportunity of a wide range of empowerment. We as a growth oriented market leader invite you to join us on our journey from good to great!

 

NORMA Groups’ Rotational engineering program is designed to introduce new engineering talent into the organization through a comprehensive two-year training program spanning all business units. Incumbents complete four rotational assignments, each six months in length, covering a variety of engineering career paths including projects, applications, R&D, manufacturing operations, and process innovation. 

 

  • Program Objective: To provide an engineering foundation and career track for future leaders as managers or innovators for NORMA Group.
  •  The assignments are located in Auburn Hills, and St. Clair Michigan.
  •  Upon successful completion of the program, incumbents are placed into positions within the organization where they can best apply their skills and experiences

 

Learning Objectives:

Quality

  • PPAP/APQP
  • Corrective Action and tools necessary to find true root cause
  • Gage Calibration, Gage R&R, Process Capability
  • Process and Product Audit definition and execution

 

Manufacturing

  • Supervision, Production
  • Define OEE, methodically take actions to improve using A3 format
  • PFMEA and link from DFMEA and to the Control Plan
  • APQP as it pertains to process definition of new products

 

Product

2 rotations out of 4 options -- Metal, Fluid, Test Lab and R&D

  • Practical understanding of core documentation (Engineering Spec, DFMEA, DVP&R)
  • Experience with commonly used tools such as parametric CAD, FEA, Windchill, EWO’s
  • Interpretation of drawings, performance of tolerance stacks, and comprehension of GD&T
  • Laboratory prototyping & testing processes: understand capabilities & hands-on experience
  • Typical metals forming processes and Design for Manufacturing
  • Understanding/execution of design change process
  • Ability to determine how a system should work and how changes in conditions, operations, and the environment will affect outcomes
  • Practical application of engineering technology
  • Design Verification and Validation Planning 

 

Requirements:

Bachelors/Masters Degree graduates in Mechanical Engineering or similar degree

 

Contact for this position:  Sorangel Feliz

 

NORMA Group Human Resources
2430 E. Walton Blvd.
Auburn Hills, MI 48326