Process Engineer

The Process Engineer is responsible for providing direction and guidance to converting machinery operators and mechanics in the processes and procedures necessary to efficiently convert raw materials into finished incontinence products at the lowest possible cost.
The primary responsibilities of the position include the following:
Work within FDA guidelines to carry out all job duties safely and ensure designs, equipment, and processes are developed with safety in mind for operations and maintenance personnel and comply to all FDA standards as applicable.
Be able to identify complex technical issues to determine root cause using proven statistical methods and tools.
Plan and carry out continuous improvement activities involving shop floor and office personnel as required. Utilize knowledge of lean concepts (Kaizen, poke yoke, 5S, and Kanban) to drive process improvement and decrease overall manufacturing cost.
Plan and direct the installation, testing, operation, maintenance, and repair of manufacturing and facilities equipment.
Perform administrative functions such as reviewing and writing reports, writing equipment, material, and service purchase orders.
Coordinate and direct projects, making detailed plans to accomplish goals and directing the integration of technical activities and project budgets.
Confer with management, production, and marketing staff to discuss project specifications and procedures.
Bachelor's degree in an engineering or scientific discipline.
Relevant Work Experience
5 years' experience in a manufacturing environment in a technical role preferably in high speed converting processes.
Additional Requirements
Experience in nonwovens, pulp and paper industry, or diaper/personal care/incontinence manufacturing, packaging design and testing, specifically corrugate and bagging processes.
Experience establishing and constructing product bills of material and product costing, raw material specification development and material testing and trials, labor and time studies, and equipment troubleshooting and problem solving.
Experience using manufacturing analysis tools, such as: SPC, DOE, FMECA, and Lean manufacturing tools. Experience with proficiency desirable.
Outstanding project management skills and ability to communication with all levels of the organization.
Strategic agility
Ability to change and adapt quickly.

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