Process Engineer

The Plant Process Engineer is responsible for evaluating and improving manufacturing processes to implement root cause solutions for improved capabilities. This Process Engineer position evaluates and improves manufacturing processes to implement root cause solutions for improved capabilities.

Works in tandem with Corporate Process Engineering, Plant Engineering, and Reliability Engineering to standardize new and existing equipment and processes.
Supports Technical and Corporate Process Engineering efforts in the development or industrialization of new process and/or procedures within the plant.
Works to improve process capability and OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness) through standardization of process improvement activities opportunities.
Works with Corporate Process Engineering and Plant Engineering to ensure the right equipment is available to support new product introductions.
Implements best practices in an effort to maintain standardization and improve equipment and process performance.
Assists in the development and standardization for new construction and equipment purchases.
Develop strong working relationships with all engineering, maintenance and production departments.

Position Requirements:
BS in Engineering or other related technical field.
Four (4) or more years of engineering experience preferred.
Successful candidate will possess strong project management skills, capable of obtaining results by means of a standardized gated process utilizing tools including but not limited to design and/or process FMEAs, SIPOC, and MS project.
Significant experience in a manufacturing environment is an advantage.
Experience in continuous improvement process, BB/GB certified, would be a plus.
The candidate must be highly motivated, possess excellent project management skills and be able lead teams.

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