Process Engineer

Company Name:
M Force Staffing
Process Engineer (Coating)

Process Engineer (Coating) Job Summary
The Process Engineer (Coating) is responsible for providing engineering leadership and support to the finishing department in the design, integration, installation and optimization of new and existing manufacturing processes.
Process Engineer (Coating) Duties and Responsibilities
Provide the process engineering support for work areas within the finishing department.
Provide a safe working environment through hands-on improvement activity with group personnel and processes.
Implement, maintain and enforce Standard Operating Policies and Procedures in work group.
Function as a true change agent to bring about cultural and physical change resulting in long term improvement.
Establish and implement effective operational methods to improve cost effectiveness.
Practice and implement among team members effective problem solving techniques.
Support new product development and implementation.
Support quality improvement activities through process engineering assistance.
Ensure no violations of State and Federal rules and regulations.

Process Engineer (Coating) Education and Experience
Bachelor?s Degree in an Engineering and/or equivalent work experience.
5+ years of Engineering experience.
5+ years working with Paint or Enamel manufacturing process improvements.
Automotive and/ or Paint Industry experience preferred.
Proven background knowledge and abilities in 5S, Kanban, Lean Manufacturing and Waste Elimination.
Solid working knowledge of bills of material, routings and affectivity changes.
Solid computer skills particularly Microsoft Office applications and CAD.
Strong communication skills both verbally and in writing.

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