IE 101 Presentation - Institute of Industrial Engineers

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IE Job Description
Steve Snelling
Industrial Engineer/Process Engineer
Boeing Commercial Airplanes
[email protected]
In General
What Most Industrial Engineers Do
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do some or all of the traditional Industrial
Engineering activities:
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Facility Planning & Layout
Inventory Control & Inventory Management
Production Control & Shop Floor Control
Standard Data Development & Time Studies
• Some do Consulting work
• Some do Research in a lab environment
• Some teach at Engineering schools
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Some Types Of IE Projects
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Process improvement
Problem resolution
Elimination of rework
Cost analysis
Equipment justification
Facility layout
Stand alone benchmarking
Systems integration
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Types of Industries
IEs May Work In
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Aluminum & Steel
Materials Testing
Ceramics
Electronics Assembly
Aerospace & Airplanes
Plastics & forming
Shipbuilding
Entertainment
Military
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Medical Services
Forestry & Logging
Mining
Banking
State & Federal
Government
Transportation
Oil & Gas
Insurance
Consulting
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Main Areas IEs Work In
at The Boeing Co.
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MANAGE PROJECTS
– Project Management
– Project Scheduling
– Risk Management
PROCESS IMPROVEMENT
– Lean Manufacturing
– Engineering Economic Analysis
– Process Modeling
– Root Cause Analysis
– Statistical Methods
– Six Sigma
– Time Studies
– Work Sampling
SUPPLY CHAIN ANALYSIS
– Supply Chain Alignment
– Material Logistic
– Inventory Control
– Supplier Support
– Make/Buy Mfg Process
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OPERATIONS IMPROVEMENT
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INTEGRATED SYSTEMS
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Ergonomics & Human Factors
Operating Plans
Recovery Planning
Capacity Planning
Value Stream Analysis
Facilities Layout
Production System Design
Manufacturing Process Design
Systems Thinking
DIRECT SUPPORT TO PRODUCTION
– Production Scheduling
– Theory of Constraints
– Budgets & Forecasts
– Crew Empowerment
– Defect Analysis
– Benchmarking Analysis
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Industrial Engineering
Functional Work Areas
Product
Engineering
Finance
- Team Facilitation
- Product Development
Production
Control
Project Management
Quality
- Resource Planning
- Risk Analysis
- Project Scheduling
- SPC/SQC
- Make/Buy Analysis
- DOE
- Comparison of Alternatives
- Supplier Quality
- Cost Estimating
- Queuing Theory
- Six Sigma
Facilities
Transportation
Factory Operations
- Job Scheduling
- Expedite procedures
- Layout Design
- Process Flow Analysis
IE Methods
Tooling
- Workstation Design
- Ergonomics
- Methods Engineering
-Tool Fab process
- Tool Offload procedures
- Tool Repair process
- Tool Room procedures
Training
- Course Facilitation
- Logistics Planning
- Material Handling
- Production Simulation
- Theory of Constraints
- Systems Integration
- OSHA Regulations
- Safety Management
- Linear Programming
- Lean Manufacturing
Inventory
- Inventory Management
- Supplier Selection
- Material Requirements Planning
- Supply Chain Management
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