This position is responsible for manufacturing Engineering Manager for a manufacturer of consumer products in a mid-sized metro location in Central Indiana. Exact position details and location can be provided once a qualified resume is received.
This position is responsible for the overall management of the maintenance functions of the plant. Key responsibilities include the management for maintenance systems, modification and improvement projects. Requirements include a strong background in maintenance methods, equipment reliability, plant processes, and equipment operation.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for managing daily production on multiple shifts, ensuring compliance with company policy, quality assurance, regulations established by FDA, EPA, and OSHA and following GMPs.
This position will focus on supporting the analysis of product flow and identify bottle neck and de-bottle neck to increase throughput year over year, support EPS operations to rapidly implement and/or continuously improve usage of the stability tools (TPM, Kaizen, Daily Management, Communications, Suggestion System, Reward & Recognition and Problem Solving) or any other tools supporting standard practices deployment prioritized according to their impact to EPS P&L.
In this role, the selected candidate will drive the organization towards highest operational standards through the application of the Values, ABS principles, EHS protocols and the compliance with legal requirements, while using Degrees of Implementation (DI) to ensure good execution.
The selected candidate will be responsible for managing the evaluation, recommendation and implementation of testing procedures and strategies for products, systems, components, or modifications. Acts as advisor to test engineering team regarding projects, tasks, and operations and acts as a liaison to other engineering functions. Ensures projects are completed on time and within budget.
The Manufacturing Engineering Manager will be responsible for managing the engineering staff and activities among the production units in the plant, including mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and materials engineering.