The Manufacturing/Process Engineer Supports, monitors, regulates and controls the battery manufacturing process for safety, quality, productivity and performance. Ownership, understanding and committed improvement of plant and department metrics is expected. It is also expected that the Engineer will perform varied and somewhat complex work where independent judgment and action is exercised.
The primary function of this role is to provide to develop and implement new equipment, set up new processes, and lead continuous improvement projects. This may include process flow development, equipment specifications, process documentation, operator training, project management, preventative maintenance planning, equipment trouble-shooting, tooling development, and root-cause analysis.
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.
Be responsible for developing, documenting, and communicating manufacturing processes; continually monitor and revise processes to generate cost savings, and improve quality and efficiency. Ensure that quality functions are incorporated into the process to provide the means of consistently producing quality products.
Assist team of engineers to provide production support and troubleshooting for 24/7 manufacturing operation. Work with production associates, technicians, and engineers to ensure reliable equipment operation via automated control systems and user interfaces.
Drive for root-cause fundamental understanding of limitations in manufacturing processes. Use scientific method and engineering principles to solve problems thoroughly and effectively, using well-designed and executed process experiments.
Deploying and supporting Front End Operating systems in Fayetteville. This includes assisting in the installation of software when local deployment is required, scheduling of end user training, overseeing the rollout and communicating to plant staff the progress of systems projects.