Presentation on theme: "SAE 2013 Automotive Engineer Workforce – Current State and Future Outlook Al Lecz, Director- Employer Strategies February 12, 2013."— Presentation transcript:
SAE 2013 Automotive Engineer Workforce – Current State and Future Outlook Al Lecz, Director- Employer Strategies February 12, 2013
About WIN 8 community colleges 7 Michigan Works! Agencies (MWAs) 5 million people 105,000 biz establishments Regional workforce: 2.1 million Residential regional employment: 1,790,313 85% of workers who live here, work here
Mission To create a comprehensive and cohesive workforce development system in Southeast Michigan that provides businesses and employers with the talent they need for success.
Goals 1.Labor market intelligence 2.Business-Employer resources & support 3.Policy
Primary Data Sources Economic Modeling Specialists Intl. (EMSI)
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Keeping Tabs On Demand and Supply How many job postings do you think there have been in SE MI in 2012? How many engineering and drafting positions in 2012?
2012 Job Demand: Top 30 in SE MI Data source: Burning Glass technologies for online job postings January 1, 2012 – December 31, 2012. 303,000 total postings (Jan 2013-Dec 2012) 13.5% manufacturing 15% 15% IT 10% health care
Advanced Manufacturing Engineering employment declined 0.3% in Southeast Michigan between 2008-12. During the same period, engineering nationwide declined 5.3%. Employment is now approximately 74,200. Although the region lost many jobs during the recession, 27,900 engineering/drafter job postings in 2012 point to growth. The job posting-to-employment ratio for engineering and drafters is approx. 19 postings for every 50 jobs or 37.6%.
Engineering Demographics There were 74,200 engineering jobs in Southeast Michigan in 2012. 50.4% of engineers are aged 45-64, higher than several other occupations. Currently, 18.9% of 74,194 are age 55+. In 2012, 94% of engineers were male and 6% were female. There were 74,200 engineering jobs in Southeast Michigan in 2012. 50.4% of engineers are aged 45-64, higher than several other occupations. Currently, 18.9% of 74,194 are age 55+. In 2012, 94% of engineers were male and 6% were female.
Top 15 Advanced Manufacturing, Engineering, and Designer Jobs In SE MI There were approximately 27,900 engineering postings in 2012. Demand for mechanical engineers is 3X that of the next highest advanced manufacturing occupation.
Postings in 2012 exceeded 25,000, up 103% from 2007.
Emerging Skills Satisfaction Failure Correction 3D Modeling & Design Technical Drawings Engineering Calculations Media-Production Cost Analysis Autodesk Laboratory Testing Vehicle Design Design Management ISO 14000 Design For Manufacture & Assembly (DFMA) FEA Software Lamp Stack Equipment Design Painting Aerospace Engineering Wiring Diagrams Minitab Enterprise Resource Planning Fascia Cabling Compliance With Customer Specifications Supplier Review Costing Product Lifecycle Management Program Development Hybrid Vehicle Total Quality Management Rough Sketches Lathes Product And Service Information Manufacturing Resource Planning (MRP) 3D Design Energy Analysis Environmental Management Drawing Preparation Computational Fluid Dynamics Revit Linux Material Flow Management Programmable Logic Controllers Analytical Software Civil 3D Micrometers Electromechanical Systems Boilers Framing Cooling Towers Logging Heat Exchangers Network Hardware/Software Maintenance Advanced Manufacturing Engineering Inverters Government Regulations Ethernet
Technology Is Permeating EVERYTHING, Including Manufacturing In Ann Arbor, 3,000 cars, buses and trucks with connected Wi-Fi technology as part of a year-long safety initiative National Highway Traffic Safety Administration initiative National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Top 10 Occupations In Demand For Manufacturing In Southeast MI Data source: Burning Glass Technologies. 100 million lines of code in a vehicle More than some jetfighters Not like 1, but 30 computers on wheels
Building The Pipeline In K-12… High school seniors are about 10% less likely than high school freshmen to declare an interest in a STEM- related field.
…And In College According to a new Automation Alley report Greater Detroit finished third nationally in the number of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) degree completions. In 2011, there were 5,148 degree completions from southeast MI institutions in engineering-related fields.
Workforce Talent Initiatives Engineering & Skilled Technician Task Force MWAs matching talent supply to business demand Colleges accelerate/revise Adv. Mfg. programs More internships/apprenticeships with colleges and businesses MWA sponsored Youth Paid Work Experiences Advanced Manufacturing career promotions
New product contract manufacturing cluster of firms Traditional contract mfg. & engineering services Capabilities and expertise of the automotive industry Match-up new product developers with Adv. Mfg. firms Bring new innovative products to market Niche marketing research CAE virtual design and manufacturing simulations Training
Measuring Success Stimulate new product and mfg. engineering Bring new low-volume products to market Increased revenues Increased jobs and taxes on earnings Add new engineering and production capacity to the regions economy
InnoState Partners Detroit Regional Chamber Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center National Center for Manufacturing Sciences Workforce Intelligence Network for SE MI Michigan Economic Development Corporation SEMCA, other regional MWAs & Economic Developers SE MI Community College Consortium Business Incubators- Automation Alley, A2SPARK, MacombOUInc, TechTown @WSU UM College of Engineering & Center for Entrepreneurship Others
Contact us Lisa Katz Executive Director 313.744.2946 Lisa.Katz@WIN-semich.org Rebecca Cohen Director, Research and Policy 313.744.3083 Rebecca.Cohen@WIN-semich.org Al Lecz Director- Employer Strategies 313.744.3225 Alan.Lecz@WIN-semich.org