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Process Engineer Treating

Company Name:
executive recruiters inc.
Position: Process Engineer
Salary Target: $60,000 to $80,000 plus benefits and excellent annual bonus program
This position provides technical and process engineering support for management and teammates in the Treating Unit in the manufacturing of products to maintain and improve quality and lower manufacturing costs.
Responsibilities for the Process Engineer include but are not limited to the following:
The Process Engineer supports and partners with management and teammates with a focus on safety, quality and production from a process engineering standpoint.
This position provides technical and process engineering support for the management team and hourly teammates in the Treating Unit in the manufacturing of products to maintain and improve quality and lower manufacturing costs.
The Process Engineer plays a vital role in supporting day to day manufacturing operations in evaluating processes and recommending process changes with a focus on continuous improvement. This position instructs teammates on the use of current and newly developed equipment processes and related standards.
This position drives the maintenance and development of standard driven processes and product specifications as well as related functions and projects to ensure manufacturing effectiveness and efficiency. In addition this position coordinates plans and facilitates projects including trials, testing, and runs to support the management team and the operation.
Requirements for the Process Engineer include but are not limited to the following:
Bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering, Chemistry or related engineering/ science discipline and at least 5 years engineering in a manufacturing/ production environment. Six Sigma certification, related process improvement and continuous improvement expertise is preferred.

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