The Coca-Cola Company CADD Lead in Atlanta, Georgia
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The Coca-Cola Research to Experimentation Package-less Solutions Engineering Team is seeking a Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) Lead. This position will lead a team of both internal and external CADD Designers to ensure that all design work is documented to set standards and is managed in an efficient manner.
The scope of this role will be accountable for training of CADD design personnel and continuous improvement of CADD design skills. This position will work closely with the Engineering, Manufacturing, and Windchill teams to ensure that all Design work meets the requirements of the Coca-Cola Package-less Solutions Engineering organization.
Manage a team of onsite CADD resources working directly for Coca-Cola (permanent and contract). Set priorities for this team. Establish appropriate training methods for this team. Advise on resource planning routines to ensure the CADD team can flex with project needs.
Guide non-Coca-Cola (contractor) CADD resources to ensure they are providing high quality work that meets standards.
Work closely with the Windchill Systems team to support seamless integration of CADD work output (3D models, 2D Drawings, reference documentation, etc.) into the Windchill PLM system.
This is a Working Leader role, expectations are that 60% of the workload will be performing CADD work
Troubleshoot CAD issues and establish best practice.
For any permanent employees as direct reports, perform personnel management duties including Performance and Development Processes of The Coca-Cola Company
Proven mastery in PTC’s Creo 2.0 or higher. Expectation is for 10+ years of experience using CADD as a primary tool to design new products. There is an absolute minimum of 2 years of current and continuous experience using Creo.
Minimum of 10 years of working in new product design with experience in:
Cabling & Harness (tubing/piping and/or electrical)
Plastics (Injection Molded, Thermoformed, and Blow Molding)
Metals (Sheet Metals, Weldments, Castings)
Tooling experience is Highly Preferred
Experience working with parametrically driven CADD systems and demonstrated ability to develop methods to use parametric to drive efficiency in CADD design work
Proven experience creating CADD design standards, including approval, implementation, and enforcement of those standards
Proven ability to troubleshoot CADD design work to resolve issues
Proven experience with checking and correcting CADD design work of others
Experience in Engineering Change management processes
Strong preference for experience in Tooling and Manufacturing, as it relates to CADD documentation. Ability to work with Tooling and/or Manufacturing suppliers is a plus.
Managing Others: Objective Setting, Performance Tracking and Reporting, Development
Strong Communication Skills, with ability to find and establish connections with key stakeholders both within and external to Coca-Cola Freestyle.
Effective Problem solving
Associates, Bachelor’s degree, or coursework completed in a technical field is a plus, but proven experience with the Requirements and Skills for this position is the only educational requirement.
15+ years of relevant experience is required.
Collaborate with the System, Customers, and Key Stakeholders
Develop Self and Others
Act Like an Owner
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We are taking deliberate action to nurture an inclusive culture that is grounded in our company purpose, to refresh the world and make a difference. We act with a growth mindset, take an expansive approach to what’s possible and believe in continuous learning to improve our business and ourselves. We focus on four key behaviors – curious, empowered, inclusive and agile – and value how we work as much as what we achieve. We believe that our culture is one of the reasons our company continues to thrive after 130+ years. Visit Our Purpose and Vision to learn more about these behaviors and how you can bring them to life in your next role at Coca-Cola.
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