At GAF, putting a roof over your head is the foundation of our business. As we continue to pursue the excellence that has led us to the top, one thing is constant - it’s the best in the industry and it’s made by the best people in the industry.
GAF products have been designed and made for more than 130 years by talent and innovation emanating from the minds of our employees. All 3,200 (5,400 across the globe) of us are champions of our company values, including Safety, People, Customer Value, Innovation, Quality, Integrity and Sustainability, and we work for a company that rewards us for it. That’s why we’ve grown into a $4+ billion leader in the building materials industry with 36 manufacturing/office locations nationally and now expanding through acquisitions in Europe.
The right candidate will be invited to help build and work at GAF's newest, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in New Columbia, PA, supporting the production of high quality commercial thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) roofing materials and plastic injection molded accessories. This is commercial roofing like you have never seen.
We are looking for a Process Engineer who will be responsible for the accuracy, consistency and quality of all manufacturing processes. He/she will develop, implement and execute continuous improvement systems to increase manufacturing efficiency and profitability. The Process Engineer will lead the execution of Quality and Process Improvement projects using standard PI tools such as QualPro, MVT/DOE, and Kepner Tregoe PSDM. He/she will execute approved capital improvements resulting from these projects, by coordinating with managers on timelines, budget and resources needed. An effective Process Engineer will use hierarchy of values (Safety, Quality, Service and Cost) in prioritizing his/her activities, while supporting each department’s quality goals and improvement plans.
Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
A BS degree in Engineering, preferably ChE, EE or ME is required. A minimum of five years process engineering experience in a manufacturing environment is preferred. The ideal candidate will possess a strong commitment to safety and have experience with manufacturing controls (preferably PLC and HMI). Demonstrated knowledge of engineering fundamentals is required.