|Title:||Process Engineer-Non Wovens|
|Job Location:||Tupelo, Mississippi - United States|
|Salary:||$80,000.00 - $90,000.00 - US Dollars - Yearly|
|Employer Will Recruit From:||Nationwide|
Great opportunity in the Non Wovens industry for a degreed engineer with 5 years experience working as a Process Engineer in the non-wovens industry.
Provide process engineering support on resolution of process and equipment problems
Provide guidance on process and qualification trials
Utilize lean production management techniques to design and develop improvements to the manufacturing process
Provide communication, training, and management associated with trial coordination
Provide coaching and development to process and reliability technicians
Maintain innovation planning and communication timelines
Lead various cost reduction programs
Assist in managing the team’s maintenance and operating supply budget
Provide support, and implement, safety improvement initiatives
The incumbent reports to the Engineering Technical Leader. The incumbent receives direction in the form of broadly defined objectives. Responsibilities include meeting team objectives in safety, quality, asset management, cost, and team development. Incumbent is recognized for technical knowledge in process engineering, and works within the technical team structure supporting trial work, capital, and daily operations to the purpose of expanding our innovation capability, while providing flexibility and personal/organizational sensitivity
Project responsibility of $1 MM to $10 MM
Project team of 3 to 15 people
Single or multiple projects
This position typically requires a bachelor’s or advanced degree in engineering or a relevant scientific discipline or equivalent experience, and continuing self-development. Normally, 3 years of experience in a variety of mill and staff assignments is preferred. Non Wovens is the best background
Demonstrated leadership in achieving results is required.
University - Bachelor's Degree/3-4 Year Degree
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