In this role, you have the opportunity to
The position of Industrial Engineer provides operational sustaining support and optimization associated with material and information flow within the Latham manufacturing operation.
You are responsible for
Using a holistic knowledge of applied manufacturing processes, provides end-to-end solutions in support of business Safety, Quality, Delivery and Cost objectives. A solid understanding of Enterprise Resource Planning systems (ERP) is required to connect operational best practices in harmony with business control systems and regulatory compliance requirements. This position reports to the Sr Mgr, Operations Engineering, but will receive matrix guidance from Area Manufacturing Managers, Master Black Belts, Finance, Change Management Engineering and Systems Analysts. The ability to convert Lean initiatives in to measureable results, while developing the strengths and engagement of shop floor personnel shall also be a measure of success
To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (industrial or similar) and 5 plus years of successful and progressive experience, or 10 plus years of progressive and demonstrated expertise in the abovementioned areas of application, preferably in a Lean environment.
Broad manufacturing process knowledge
Development and application of standard work and process documentation
Business information systems - SAP ERP & MRP
Ability to master Philips MES & PIL.
Barcoding and barcoding integration
Bill of Material Structure and product routing structures
Inventory management and distribution systems (Kanban)
Applicable software expertise
Exceptional interpersonal skills and an effective communicator.
Possesses a strong working knowledge of Lean, including the underlying theories and concepts of modern manufacturing, based on Toyota Production Systems, and other global best practices.
Working knowledge of production, quality and product engineering.
Broad understanding of business systems, organizational culture and behaviors.
Working knowledge of environmental, health, safety and quality regulations.
US work authorization is a precondition of employment. The company will not consider candidates who require sponsorship for a work-authorized visa.
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