Process Engineer II

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Key Responsibilities
Provide engineering expertise for fundamental understanding of manufacturing issues.
Solve process issues through data analysis, experimentation, and collaboration with subject matter experts.
Uses rigorous processes and technical knowledge to build detailed technical understanding for key process steps.
Provide engineering-level production support to manufacturing operation.
Develop and maintain systems to monitor and proactively address equipment/process performance, including trend analysis and implementation plans.
Receive and integrate new technologies to improve process capability while ensuring proper processes are followed.
Actively engage in plant safety initiatives and projects.
Recommend and implement improvements to processes and equipment.
Lead and/or support projects involving cost reduction, process optimization, and new products/processes.
Develop and update engineering and operations documentation.
Provide training for operations workforce regarding equipment or operations changes.
Work with other team members and departments to ensure that product output at each process step meets or exceeds manufacturing budgets and goals.
Develop subject-matter expertise of material, process and/or equipment in focused areas of manufacturing and engineering.
Execute cost reduction and PEx projects (DMAIC/DESIGN) in line with business objectives.
Develop and use project plans and timelines to achieve project goals without sacrificing safety, intellectual property, or quality. Adhere to all Corporate, Business Unit, and Site guidelines for same.
Work Hours:
Standard hours (M-F 8-5)
Flexible hours may be required to support off-hours experimentation on weekends and evenings.
This position requires off-hours coverage on nights and weekends on a rotating basis with co-workers.
Education & Experience:
BS or MS in Engineering (Glass, Ceramics or Chemical disciplines preferred)
1-3+ years of engineering experience in a manufacturing environment (preferred)
Required Skills:
The ability to learn new technology and processes quickly.
Strong technical fundamentals with process engineering skills.
Able to collaborate across organizational boundaries and integrate solutions.
Results oriented and high commitment.
Use scientific method and engineering principles to solve problems thoroughly and effectively, using well-designed and executed processes.
Translate engineering solutions to requirements, then further to process and/or equipment designs which deliver on required performance criteria.
Ability to multitask and prioritize work on an independent basis in a fast-paced manufacturing environment.
Strong data analysis and interpretation skills.
Experience with experimental design.
Basic knowledge of Six Sigma (DMAIC / DESGN) methodology.
Creative / innovative problem solving.
Thoroughly carry assignments to completion.
Desired Skills:
Demonstrated results with glass processes
Six Sigma Greenbelt or Blackbelt certification
BS in Glass, Ceramics or Chemical Engineering
Lean Manufacturing techniques
Soft Skills:
Personal initiative and commitment
Organized with good planning and time management skills
Ability to build relationships within cross functional groups; team building skills
Positive attitude, flexible and strong work ethic
Strong communication and presentation skills
Ability to allocate/supervise resources to accomplish goals
EOE/AA including Veterans and Disabled
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