Performing data checks as needed, to ensure integrity and correctness of data displays and to understand structure and content of data; performing QC/validation of datasets, tables, listings, figures to verify the output.
Interface with external system integrators and machine builders to successfully deliver fully integrated process equipment systems to Cornings plants on-time, on-budget, and that satisfy performance measures.
Analyze the needs and requirements of existing and proposed systems, develop technical, structural, and organizational specifications, and create standards and models to monitor and enhance capacity and performance.
Serve as a full-stack software engineer, performing requirements analysis, software development, installation, integration, evaluation, enhancement, maintenance, testing, and problem diagnosis and resolution.
The successful candidate for Process Improvement / Safety Engineer is a proactive, self-starter who is able to act independently and effectively in carrying out responsibilities to achieve key metrics.
Manage risks and contingencies to ensure that projects are delivered on-time, within scope, and within budget;coordinate internal resources and third parties/vendors for the flawless execution of projects.
Participates in plants EHS policies and procedures by ensuring that all processes and modifications to existing processes have been critically reviewed for process safety, risk management, environmental, and general safety and health considerations in accordance with regulatory requirements (OSHA, PSM and EPA RMP) and the companys Process Safety Standards.
The Senior Manufacturing Engineer operates within the Charleston, SC Machining Center of Excellence and will focus on execution and implementation of best machining practices, including process troubleshooting and improvement, new product introduction, and advancements in machining technologies.
Provide Technical Assistance (TA) reports for all support provided to DCGS-N FoS Help Desk Customers. Support program management integration, systems engineering, and testing to resolve system CASREP issues. This may include CONUS and OCONUS travel to both shore and ship sites to support urgent operational requirements.