Process Engineer

Job Description Job Title: Process Engineer for the North America Laboratory Chemicals Division (LCD). This is a Site based role and reports to the Regional Engineering Projects Manager, and works closely with a variety of functions in the company, including those in EHS, Finance, Operations, Supply Chain and Product Development. Principle Accountabilities: The Process Engineer is responsible for optimizing the manufacturing conversion processes through data capture, performance monitoring and continuous improvement activities. They are also responsible for working in collaboration with key functions to ensure current and future operating plans are met or exceeded, taking leadership of the technical design. This role is specifically responsible for Process Engineering within the North American Sites of the Laboratory Chemicals Division (LCD), Design Engineering solutions in accordance with company policy and standards. Create and maintain the operational performance data that helps identify performance improvement actions and priorities - aligned to Site KPI's. Lead the Engineering elements of identifying and delivering the Risk Reduction Plans for assigned Operational Area's. Utilising operational performance data, monitor and improve the efficiency, output and safety of manufacturing processes. Interface with PPI Function to identify and deliver controlled process improvements. Work in partnership with the Value Stream Managers to create and deliver the Operational Improvement Plans. Interface with Product Management to ensure the full product life cycle is optimised from a safety, quality and cost perspective. Project Manage Engineering Projects as and when required. Or, hand over engineering designs to designated Engineering Project Managers. Provide maintenance, equipment and installation support to other TMO facilities when needed, including occasional travel Completion of documentation to show and ensure compliance with both internal and external regulations and protocols Budgetresponsibilities Use of simulation software in the development of new processes Develop relationships with third party Engineering providers ensuring appropriate insourcing of skills Perform 'hands on' mechanical and electrical functions when needed Effectively perform your duties whilst acting at all times in accordance with the Code of Business Conduct and Ethics and our values of Integrity, Intensity, Innovation and Involvement. Minimum Requirements/Qualifications: BachelorDegree, in a science / engineering based subject, preferably Chemical Engineering. Minimum 5 years' experience in a chemical production or packaging facility. Possess a comprehensive knowledge of equipment design, installation and maintenance with knowledge of electrical / systems controls. Good understanding of Continuous Improvement tools and Techniques. Non-Negotiable Hiring Criteria: Process Design capability Technical Capacity. Problem Solving/Analysis. Communication Proficiency. Initiative. 82684BR
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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