CV Mechanical Engineer, Procurement Engineer in a Procurement Engineering Department
Mechanical Engineer, Procurement Engineer in a Procurement Engineering Department
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Location (Residence): Shah Alam, Malaysia Citizenship:Malaysia
Malay Malaysia Other:
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
Bachelors in Manufacturing Engineering Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: Malaysia Present Location: Malaysia, Shah Alam Relocation: Malaysia
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
Ref : Position of Engineer
I am writing to apply for the above-mentioned position which I find myself a suitable candidate for the post.
I have a Degree in Manufacturing Engineering (Hons) from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia , Bangi, Selangor. During my industrial training, I worked in JKR Cawangan Mekanikal, Terengganu as a Operation and Maintenance for two months.
Currently, I worked as Procurement Engineer in a Procurement Engineering Department of Canon Opto (M) Sdn. Bhd. Shah Alam, Selangor. With my knowledge of engineering field, I am sure, I shall be able to get things done effectively and be a credit to your company.
My resume is attached here for your attention and I hope it will meet your perusal. I shall be pleased to attend any interview at your convenience.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
2007 – Present : Mechanical Engineer, Procurement Engineering Department,
Procurement Management Division, Canon Opto (M) Sdn. Bhd. Shah Alam, Selangor
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Certificate in Business English and Communication Skills (CiBEC)
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
• Design Graphics : Auto CAD-2007, Mechanical Desktop.
• Computer Programming : Microsoft Office.
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
• Able to write and speak English moderately well.
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
New Model Setup
● Study technical aspect of the product and to advice Canon R&D on Malaysian manufacturing environment.
● Set primary process detail based on manufacturing process which include :
a) Plastic and rubber mold parts.
b) Metal stamping (press) parts.
c) Die casting parts.
d) Film sheet die cut parts.
e) Turning (Lathe) parts ,Springs and Screws.
● Set secondary process detail based on manufacturing process which include :
Surface treatment – spray, printing, anodizing, blasting, plating, etching, metal spray, metal polishing.
Metal heat treatment – annealing, quenching, tampering.
● Process drawing preparation based on process setting.
● Study and confirm the die structure before die fabrication.
● Forecast any possible problem that may occurs during production.
● Confirm material availability and accessibility (especially for custom fabricate material that require Minimum Order Quantity-MOQ).
● Check and confirm unit assembly method
Vendor Selection for New Model Setup
● Prepare and submit part process drawing to all vendors for quotation purposes.
● Study and advice all part price, secondary process cost, jig and die fabrication cost and unit assembly cost.
● Vendor selection based on cost, capability and technical know how, part quality and commitment towards Canon requirement
Technical Support and Problem Analysis
● Monitor die designing and fabrication progress at vendor's area.
● Monitor die modification related to part alteration.
● Attend any problem analysis at vendor's area during mold testing stages for a prompt judgment.
● Provide both temporary and permanent countermeasure for any problem occurs during mold testing.
● Advice vendor on quality requirement for the first article (die sample) submission.
● Assist vendor related to assembly manpower planning, assembly flow setting and working standard based on Canon assembly setting.
Part Localization Activity
● Select new and potential vendors for all Canon parts which originally fabricated in Japan.
● Perform technical audit on potential vendors and give advice on any improvement required.
● Monitoring die fabrication, new mold testing and first article submission.
Value Engineering (Cost down Activity)
● Study existing part or assembly method for any possible changes in process or part shape re-design.
● Perform necessary testing on alternative material or manufacturing process.
● Decide any production and manpower plan at vendor side as a changeover preparation.
● Monitor die modification (if required) for part shape re-design.
● Perform final evaluation before part being produce in mass production quantity.
● Conduct continuous study to improve part and die performance.