Process Engineering Technician - Meriden, Connecticut United States - 17614
Process Engineering Technician
Meriden, Connecticut - United States
$60,000.00 - $90,000.00 - US Dollars - Yearly
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WHY IS THIS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY?
Seeking a Process Engineering Technician located in Meriden, CT. Reports to the Operations Manager.
Responsible to help lead lean manufacturing efforts and can manage safety, productivity, and quality improvement projects to support rapid improvement.
Responsible for the continuous improvement of process capability.
Can do Measurement systems analysis and report on gage variation verses process variation
Develop cross functional Kaizen teams to address organizational wide continuous improvement initiatives. Lead Kaizen events focused on efficiency improvements and cost reduction efforts, report progress to management. Follow-up Kaizen events and ensure proper metrics are installed to ensure sustainment of improvements.
Provides solutions to manufacturing process problems utilizing lean principles. Modifying cell layouts utilizing lean value stream principles where feasible. Identifies and recommends improvements of accurate cell capacity and production rates.
Understands and applies TPM (Preventative Maintenance) to equipment and facilities. Implement and maintain Visual Factory and 5 S systems on the production floor and in support areas. Identify wasteful activities and understand why they should be eliminated using Lean Six Sigma methodology
Ensure repeatable product quality and on-time delivery to our customer base. Assist in the development and implementation of corrective action. Proficient in 5Y, Fishbone, and mistake proofing techniques.
Assist in company-wide MRP software implementation.
Required Associates Diploma
Minimum 3-5 years of process control and improvement experience in a manufacturing environment with increasing responsibilities.
Minimum Six Sigma Certificate: Lean Six Sigma Greenbelt
Demonstrated knowledge and experience with OSHA regulations, workplace safety programs, basic ergonomics.