Manufacturing Technology - Continuous Improvement Engineer

The role provides technical expertise and strategic direction to improve our competitive advantage for the solvent recovery andpolymer manufacturing areas.  The Senior ManufacturingTechnology (MT) Engineer is recognized as a leader and expert in that technology and leads teams to upgradeprocesses and products that may range from incremental improvements to major technology changes.  A primary focus is to develop improved process instrumentation and control strategies, process safety, yield, quality, plant capacity and uptime performance. This role will mentor other technical personnel and may serve in a Process Safety Management critical role.    Job Qualifications Minimumqualifications: Technical Degree (BS, MS, or PhD) in Engineering, Chemistry or related science discipline. Chemical Engineering degree is preferred. Six Sigma Green  Belt Certification (minimum); Black Belt Certification (preferred) A minimum of 5 years industrial plant experience with exposure to PSM (Process Safety Management) systems. Co-Op/Internship experience will be considered. Distillation experience a plus. Preferred qualifications: Experience with distillation, industrialpolymer manufacturing, and powder handling Demonstrated ability to apply technical knowledge to diagnose, troubleshoot, solve or help others solve equipment and/or process issues. Demonstrated  knowledge of key PSM Technology elements such as Process Hazards Analysis, Process Technology, Management of Change-Technology, RAGAGEP among others Demonstrated ability to teach, coach, mentor, develop others, and work in a team based environment Demonstrated ability to plan, prioritize and manage multiple, complex, time-sensitive projects Demonstrated skill in leadership, team building and achieving results through influence and negotiation Good interpersonal and communication skills; must work well in both self-managed and team environment 017599W-01
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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