Process Engineer and technical resource for a 24/7 manufacturing facility. Maintain and improve processes throughout
the plant by trouble-shooting problems effecting production and by replacing, modifying or creating processes to achieve a production increase or to reduce operating costs. Provide support to the maintenance and manufacturing teams to ensure that the process
control systems are maintained to specification. Program distributed control system. Investigate new technologies and their application and effectiveness within the process. Manage capital projects for process improvements, manage the day to day operations
of the PLC systems, identify and implement process equipment and/or operation changes and train plant personnel on new or modified equipment and process control systems.
Lead Continuous Improvement for the plant. Utilize Lean/Six Sigma methodologies. Become Continuous Improvement
Leader and Black Belt. Make data-based decisions using statistical analysis.
Included in the job responsibility is the role of Environmental coordinator - complete regulatory requirements,
reports, and oversee environmental program for the facility. Train employees as required by federal and state environmental law.
Work safely and support and promote the Huhtamaki safety culture.
Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering or similar technical degree with strong process background and experience
in a continuous process environment. Paper related processing experience preferred. Solid interpersonal, communication, and training skills that promote teamwork at all level of the business.
Prefer minimum 5 years experience in process control systems and 5 years experience in PLC, PC’s, networks, and communication protocols.
Prefer 5 years experience in manageing process related projects. Continuous Improvement Lean Six Sigma experience a plus. Environmental regulation compliance experience desired. Willingness to learn, manage multiple responsibilities, and support the
manufacturing facility where needed. Physical requirements include working in varying ambient temperature, exposure to noise, dust, vibration, standing, walking, climbing, visual acuity, working both in the manufacturing environment and in office settings.