Torque and GSIP Coordinator

General Motor
December 07, 2023
Offerd Salary:Negotiation
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  • Monitor processes and tooling required by Process Control Plans (PCP's) and Tool and Equipment Bulletins (T&E). Make ongoing improvements and updates to complement PCPs and T&E.

  • Construct torque process strategy list and verify year to year changes prior to SSF.

  • Manage a regular consistent process APM system downloads and managing discrepancies to ensure good data is provided to production processes.
  • Establish torque monitor routes to monitor all critical torque specifications per shift requirements, and standard care torque per monthly requirements or as needed.
  • Maintain database and manage updates from process changes and tool changes (tool information, secondary checks, etc).
  • Maintain Torque First time quality metrics.
  • Provide updated information to torque monitors and production team leaders
  • Develop and provide training to keep production teams and management current with requirements.
  • Work with Quality Requirements Lead to maintain updated and new Quality Requirements.
  • Support the management of the torque monitor (static torque measurement process) team to ensure processes are followed and standardized work is well defined and followed.
  • Respond promptly to out-of-standard conditions in production to support containment, problem resolution, risk assessment and corrective actions. Communicate with Design and Fastening Engineers as required.
  • Perform / assist correlation studies for static / dynamic torque for fasteners having an issue.
  • List, Implementation of AM-1, TAY, TA1 and other strategies that support PCP and T&E and PFMEA and submit data to engineering as required.
  • Review torque data daily to identify potential issues or deficiencies.
  • Audit fastening processes to the defined requirements. Issue Corrective Action Reports and drive follow-up as required.
  • Support technical aspects of torque monitoring. Acquire foundation of equipment knowledge.
  • Provide support to VAA (value added assembler) suppliers as required. Support their facility through audits and clear communications and relationships.
  • Support weekly EWO (Engineering Work Order) meetings.
  • Monitor and follow up on EWOs, TWOs (Temporary Work Orders) and PPCRs (Plant Process Change Requests).
  • Assure proper calibrations for quality gages and torque monitor datamyte are initiated/performed to meet required maintenance plans (torque equipment, refractometers, etc)
  • Proficient use of databases, information systems, tool monitoring systems with solid interpretation of data. Excel, Power Query, Power BI.
  • Use of great people skills to establish solid working relationships inside and outside the plant (peers, leadership, operators, and resources).
  • Support annual Torque Corporate Audit
  • Support Launch Torque and GSIP implementation
  • Review and interpret Toolsnet Data to support problem solving.
  • SME for plants PS1 Critical Hard Hold repair process / Train
  • Maintain training documentation and perform required training for Hourly and Salary on Torque and GSIP
  • GSIP Plant Admin for the site
  • Lead for GSIP GO initiative
  • Assist with GSIP reporting data/reports
  • Set up and maintain visual aids for verification stations
  • Cross departmental interactions to set up new error proofing devices
  • Qualifications

    Bachelor's degree or equivalent training/experience in Torque, Manufacturing Problem solving ability

    Ability to interpret large amounts of data

    Demonstrate leadership skills

    Ability to motivate employees and elicit work output

    Strong Training/Communication skills Relevant experience (i.e., torque, quality control, manufacturing)

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