Manufacturing Engineer- ESP Final Assembly (1st shift)

Bosch Group
Charleston, South Carolina
May 17, 2024
May 22, 2024
Position Type
Full Time
Organization Type
Corporate, Other Corporate
Company Description

Bosch-Charleston has been a producer of innovative products and Mobility Solutions for nearly 50 years. Our facility delivers power & life-saving technology to the automotive market through Gasoline Injection Systems and Electronic Stability Control. The recent addition of e-Motor production will drive the future generations of electric and hybrid vehicles.

Come join our team and help us transform the future of Mobility!
  • State-of-the-art facilities, equipment, and processes
  • Safe and inspiring work environment for our associates
  • Skills training available in areas such as Robotics, Lasers, and Vision Systems
  • Opportunities for continued professional development and growth
  • External training and travel opportunities available
  • Empowerment through Associate engagement and incentive programs
Bosch-Charleston is ISO14001 and VPP certified; CO2 Neutral since 2020

Recent Awards
  • Fortune's World's Most Admired Companies
  • Forbes' America's Best Large Employers
  • Forbes' America's Best Employers for Diversity
  • America's Best Employers for Veterans
BOSCH is a proud supporter of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) Initiatives
  • FIRST Robotics (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology)
  • AWIM (A World In Motion)
Job Description
  • Lead manufacturing engineering performance and improvement activities for a final assembly line in the CC ESP product area.
  • Develop, maintain, and apply lean manufacturing principles (BPS) throughout the value stream with regards to equipment design, selection, layouts, and material flow.
  • Create and maintain manufacturing documentation and quality plans according to company standards (including process flow diagrams, control plans, PFMEA, PQIs, process control documentation, standard work instructions, etc ).
  • Implement/coordinate engineering changes and new manufacturing/product releases (PPAP).
  • Identify and lead projects to improve safety, cost, quality, delivery, and utilization of manufacturing processes in order to meet Policy Deployment objectives.
  • Plan and execute capital equipment (MAE) acquisition and installation, including preacceptance/final acceptance/safe launch.
  • Lead daily management of area using MES and other analytics/data to meet targets and derive measures to continuously improve performance.
  • Assist with business planning activities and manage/lead implementation of expense budgets.
  • Frequent collaboration with IPN and cross-departmental colleagues to achieve local objectives and benchmark continuous improvement.
  • BS in Engineering 1-3 years technical experience
  • Experience in high volume/technology manufacturing processes within the automotive industry preferred.
  • Experience with lean manufacturing systems and concepts (BPS).
  • Project leadership skills and the ability to prioritize workload to meet established targets.
  • Ability to work on cross-functional teams with a high degree of self-initiative.
  • Experience utilizing problem solving techniques to solve complex manufacturing issues (Six Sigma, Shainin, 5 whys).
  • Experience with highly automated equipment technologies- such as robots, automated axis systems, press/torque technology, vision systems, and feeding systems.
  • Prefer working experience with any of the following: MES systems, programming languages, PLC programming, or Tableau/PowerBI .
  • Ability to travel (including internationally) for equipment acceptance/buyoff and IPN activities.
  • Foreign language skills a plus.
Additional Information

All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.

By choice, we are committed to a diverse workforce - EOE/Protected Veteran/Disabled.

Indefinite U.S. work authorized individuals only. Future sponsorship for work authorization unavailable.