Lawrenceville, GA 30043
Process Engineer III
Location: Lawrenceville, GA
Type: Direct Hire
TRC’s client who is a leader in the thermal products industry has an immediate need for a Process Engineer III to join their team! With over 45 years of serving our client has adapted and invested in technology to stay innovative and enable digital workplaces. They have a long history of being environmentally friendly, investing in the community, and have had continuous growth (over 105,000 employees). They consistently are investing in R&D, manufacturing, and their employees! They strive to always exceed the customers’ expectations with their product as well as customer service. In this vital role as a Process Engineer III you will support continuous process improvement initiatives and perform engineering assignments to develop, test, implement, and document manufacturing processes and methods. If you are an outside of the box thinker submit resumes to Andy.Youmans@trcstaffing.com
The Day to Day:
Estimate manufacturing costs, process time and manpower requirements. Consolidate, document and present results for review.
Troubleshoot a variety of routine to moderately complex production problems involving manufacturing processes.
Develop, test, implement and document a variety of routine to moderately complex operational sequences and processes in the manufacture of new and existing parts and/or products.
Investigate and determine the root cause of failures and problems. Recommend countermeasures or changes in processing methods.
Conduct routine to moderately complex engineering trials and production process evaluations for manufacturing operations.
Analyze production data and identifies trends, problems, and opportunities for improvement.
Recommend process adjustments to improve product quality and manufacturing efficiency and reduce material and manpower costs.
Create, write, and modify work process procedures.
Conduct research, compile data and prepare reports. Prepare and deliver presentations.
Prepare training materials and train key production employees and production supervisors on new work procedures and manufacturing processes.
May design and purchase simple to moderately complex jigs and fixtures used in a small production project or portion of a larger project.
Bachelor's degree in engineering required in Mechanical, Electrical, Industrial, or Manufacturing Engineering required.
Minimum 2 years hands-on experience with continuous process manufacturing engineering required. Industry experience in coating, paper, label, or chemical industries highly preferred.
Ability to use engineering tools and principles to create a hands-on process solution.
Working knowledge of production processes, quality control, costs, and other techniques for maximizing the effective manufacture of goods.
Ability to communicate effectively to influence and motivate others, maintaining a persuasive and credible style at all levels of the organization
Team-player with the ability to engage engineers, production staff, including operators and supervisors.
Excellent problem solving, analytical, follow-up, technical, written and oral communication and customer service skills.
Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel, with the ability to use statistical functions and data analysis tools.
Working knowledge of office software and other application software used in production of technical plans, blueprints, drawings and models. CAD software knowledge and/or experience, preferred
Ability to work weekends when needed
Knowledge with Allen Bradley PLC and/or Siemens PLC trainings, preferred
Basic knowledge of 4M, 5S, ISO9000 and ISO14000 preferred.
Experience using AS400 preferred