In this role, the selected must have familiarity with a wide range of unit operations is desired (filtration, drying, batch and continuous distillation, heat exchangers, pumps, evaporators, instrumentation and controls, etc.).
Identify gaps and/or risks to the program and drive mitigation plans to avoid delays or unnecessary expenses; this will include obtaining the commitment of the various functional discipline leaders to ensure the overall recovery of the program.
The Project Engineer will work as part of a team to develop new and innovative automotive refinish spray equipment. Key responsibilities of this position include researching, designing and developing, testing and documentation of new products.
In this role, you will support a detailed execution plan working with the NPI Manager and team members from different functional disciplines (engineering, manufacturing, commercial, scheduling, quality) in an effort to ensure the timely completion of the plan.
In this role, you will develop project scope, funding proposals, and generates machinery specifications and test protocols for major purchases. The selected candidate will coordinate project work with project stakeholders.
In this role, you will be responsible to work with existing project engineers and other plant personnel to administer plant policies and support plant facility maintenance and operating departments in planning and implementing major routine, non-routine, and infrastructure expenditures.
. The successful candidate is responsible for collaborating with Process Engineering, Environmental, Inspection, Rotating Equipment, Electrical and Controls groups on design issues as well as operations on facility start-up. Also required is technical support in the areas of instrumentation and electrical for projects assigned to other engineers.