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Process Engineer


This experienced Process Engineer must be analytical and data driven to continuously improve operations through quality improvement, variance reduction, efficiency and cost savings. This role will utilize knowledge of production equipment capabilities, processing methods, and quality control standards to drive change. He/She must monitor and audit the performance of processes and equipment and make recommendations for continuous improvements that are necessary to maximize process capability. This person should have excellent written and verbal communication skills to explain problems or obstacles to senior management and document new processes. This individual must be able to work in a multicultural environment with little or no direction, proactively solving issues.


  • Investigate operational problems affecting production and quality and help implement solutions.
  • Identify and analyze equipment and procedural issues for improvement opportunities.
  • Develop countermeasures for improvement of process throughput and quality output.
  • Identify ways to reduce production costs through recommendations to include:
    • New prcess equipment
    • Equipment mdification
    • Prcedural changes
  • Where needed develop working instructions, workmanship standards and process documents, and help ensure they are followed.
  • Assist with training, coaching and development of employees on new and existing procedures.
  • Analyze and improve manufacturing methods using sound data driven practices.
  • Apply statistical methods to understand and control process variables and product attributes.
  • Investigate, recommend and justify new technologies, manufacturing methods and equipment to meet competitive business needs and improve efficiencies.
  • Create and revise documents such as Preventative Maintenance, Work Instructions and Internal Specifications for current manufacturing standards.
  • Strive to reduce expenses and increase productivity across all product lines.
  • Work closely with production team and Quality Control Department to improve product quality
  • Provide leadership through effective communications, coaching, training, and development


  • Analytical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Highly motivated self-starter
  • Able to lead small teams
  • Planning and organizing
  • Decision-making
  • Written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to coach and mentor employees


  • Bachelor degree in Engineering or related field required
  • 5+ years’ experience in manufacturing operations
  • Lean manufacturing experience
  • Six Sigma certification is highly desired
  • Proven track record of process improvement
  • Working knowledge of OSHA and EPA regulations


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Regularly required to sit or stand, bend and reach.
  • May involve extensive walking.
  • Non climate controlled facility.
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