Interface with Plant Engineering to facilitate the introduction of new processes, products, and technology into manufacturing;lead or support process and technology migrations across manufacturing locations.
In this role, the selected candidate will design, develop, implement, and maintain new IT solutions, or changes/enhancements to existing solutions that align with business initiatives and corporate strategies.
The Continuous Improvement Engineer is responsible for the improvement of assigned processes within a manufacturing plant. In collaboration with fellow Continuous Improvement Engineers and key stake holders, the CI Engineer will support value creation efforts by analyzing process performance throughout the factory and driving waste elimination while improving both safety and quality.
The Process Engineer provides engineering services for the Consumer Products Division operations (sugar packaging and rice processing). Focus is to improve current operations and facilitate the growth of the product line with new products, packages, and equipment.
The Process Engineer II position is a mid-level engineering position responsible for providing engineering support to existing product process transfer projects, process improvements/ cost reduction activities and new products in accordance with company QA101 Product Development & Design Control requirements.
Process improvement and production support to Manufacturing Facilities through the company; responsible for improving manufacturing reliability, building employee capability, and creating operational stability.
The Process Engineer will leverage their technical background and project management skills along with their knowledge of manufacturing processes on projects including: cost reduction initiatives, process improvements, process validations, technical problem resolution, and associate training/cultural improvement initiatives.
A person in this role regularly interfaces with clients, design rule developers, process development engineers, device designers, device modelers, Layout vs. Schematic (LVS) developers, Design Rule Checking (DRC) coders, and client technical support engineers.