Engineering Graduate Internship Opportunities At Nissan

Closing Date: 22 June 2015

The incumbent will:

Continuously liaison, negotiation and delivering information with services providers, end users, suppliers

Planning and introduction of body shop process in accordance with NML and Nissan Global Standards

Maintenance and introduction of necessary process mach and equipment with regards to process control, and

Geometric accuracy

Perform process audits to ensure adherence to standards processes

Analysis of problem areas and implementation of counter measures in accordance with PDCA-cycle

Compile weekly/monthly reports on QCT items in body shop, trim and metal finish line in accordance with business plans

Approval of local parts introduction with regards to functional fitment in body shop and metal finish (SAP ISIR/FFR/PDR)

Introduction and control of process materials

Control and implementation of changes according to design and engineering standards.

Verification of body shop and metal finish Operation manual against drawing and G2B

Establish maintenance frequencies of tools and equipment in body shop and metal finish

Employees are trained to ensure adherence to safety and health, environment standards

Compile project plan according to specific project requirements

Project management to ensure successful execution according to project/ product plan

Evaluate and monitor project and remedial actions taken to address variances

Report on a daily, weekly and monthly basis on status of projects

Ensure cost control according to forecasted budget


  • National Diploma in Mechanical, Electrical and or Chemical Engineering
  • MUST HAVE COMPLETED P1 (In-service training)

How To Apply

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