Job Fair-Sr Production Engineer

Sr. Production Engineer
Responsible for improving the baseline value of key area metrics toward entitlement values (or beyond entitlement values where possible) through contributions to high-impact Six Sigma teams
Responsible for execution of "Improve" and "Control" steps in Six Sigma DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve & Control) process
Responsible for restoring baseline values of key area metrics for which restoration attempts by the Production department have been unsuccessful (for problems other than mechanical breakdown)
Responsible to troubleshoot area process issues and de-bottleneck systems to maintain safety and environmental compliance and/or maximize production.
Ensure daily Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are met or exceeded
Accountable for implementing robust control plans for process improvement projects by fully utilizing DCS (distributed control system) capabilities
Responsible for accurate production loss data entry into the Attainment Loss (ADCA) system
Responsible for area DCS alarm management
Assist with SOP and training material development
Other work as required
Bachelors in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering
5 + years experience in production or process engineering in Chemical Plant or like environment such as; Refinery, Pulp & Paper, pharmaceutical, or petro-chemical
10 years experience in production or process engineering in Chemical Plant preferred
Six Sigma certification preferred
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with individuals at all levels of an organization
Demonstrated ability to use influencing skills to accomplish goals and objectives
Able to manage multiple priorities
Knowledgeable of area process equipment, chemistry and controls
Demonstrated ability to work in a team environment
Strong computer skills
Lean manufacturing will be a plus

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