The Global Manufacturing Engineer works within the Operations organization to define and execute projects aimed at improving manufacturing capabilities and performance in the plants on a global scale. He/she will be responsible for the design and improvement of end to end manufacturing processes and for driving process standardization and governance at a global level. The Global Manufacturing Engineer will assist with the diagnosis and resolution of issues that prevent the plant from running. Works on issues of diverse scope where analysis of data requires evaluation of identifiable factors. Exercises good judgement in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions.
- Define and lead medium to large size projects that will enable the manufacturing plants to achieve goals in safety, quality, service, productivity, and capability. The scope of these projects may extend across multiple locations globally.
- Develop, standardize, implement, maintain, and govern end to end manufacturing processes (raw material to finished goods) across all RA manufacturing plants.
- Select project team members from both within and external to primary working location and lead their efforts to achieve project goals.
- Initiate and provide justification for capital requests. Define, plan, and lead the implementation of approved capital requests.
- Identify opportunities to extend best practices in manufacturing to all plants.
- Communicate effectively, both verbally and in written form, to a broad audience of varying technical and cultural backgrounds.
- Have an active presence and level of participation in both the central office and the local plant environments.
- Collaborate with others from within and outside of the Operations group to achieve common objectives.
- Conduct tasks in accordance with applicable health, safety, quality, and environmental regulations (state/federal laws, ISO9001, ISO14000, etc.) as well as Rockwell Automation policies and procedures.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
EOE, M/F/Disable, Vet
- Bachelor of Science degree; preferred in Industrial/Mechanical/Electrical Engineering
- Minimum of 5years of experience in a manufacturing environment.
- Legal authorization to work in the US is required. We will not sponsor individuals for employment visas, now or in the future, for this job opening.
- Experience with Project Management, Design For Manufacturability and Assembly (DFMA), LeanSix Sigma tools and methodologies, in a manufacturing environment.