Process and production engineer / Team leader


Last Updated: 6th March 2020 (over 2 years ago)

Address
United Kingdom

E-mail
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Phone Number
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Gender
Female

Age Range
25 to 34

Qualification Level
Masters

Languages
Arabic, English, French, Spanish

Summary

I have been a process engineer for the past 3 years.
For my first job, I had the chance to go to Bangalore, India. It was a great opportunity to evolve in such a diverse culture.

I have been highly interested in continuing to work abroad for both the technical and the cultural aspects.
I believe that my background and training in production, process and management will be valuable for your company.

Education

ENSISA
Mechanical engineer

   Sep 2013
— Current

French National Graduate School of Engineering of South of Alsace (E.N.S.I.S.A.) (www.ensisa.uha.fr/dn_mecanique_systemes/).
Academic career: Mechanics - Material science - Fabrication - Electronics.
Majors: Advanced Mechanical Engineering (design engineering, modeling and simulation in Mechanics, manufacturing processes)

Experience

Axon Cable
Process and production engineer / Team leader

   Dec 2017
— Current

Missions and tasks carried out in the Production/Process Department:
- Manage a team of 10 to 15 operators,
- Set up indicators (Productivity, Quality, Safety) and maintain a dashboard monthly,
- Implement a daily plan for each operator and monitor the output,
- Follow up the existing projects and put in place improvements,
- Ensure the technical training of the operators on the transferred projects,
- Ensure IPC/WHMA-A-620 (Class 3) requirements within the cell and production quotas daily,
- Work with Quality department to reduce the non-conformity and implement corrective actions,
- Create manufacturing procedures for incoming projects,
- Implement a time study within the cell.

Lohr Industrie
Lean manufacturing engineer

   Feb 2017
— Sep 2017

Missions and tasks carried out in the Production/Continuous improvement Department:
- Set up and following a productivity indicator (results: productivity gain of 31%),
- Improving productivity by shorten non added values times (chrono-analysis executed for each
subassembly),
- Optimize workstation layout (results: 7 m² gained),
- Set up the 5S system,
- Enable the workers to follow their progress through the day thanks to a tracking tool,
- Set up a provisional schedule to reduce resources within the six assemblies’ workstation (results:
reducing the workforce by 33%).

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