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Process Engineering Supervisor


Job Req # 442590

Consumer Products/Industrial Manufacturing Company is looking for:

POSITION: Process Engineering Supervisor
LOCATION: Middleton, Wisconsin (Madison Area)
SALARY: $85-95K + Bonus
DEGREE: Required
Experience:
5+ Years Process Engineering Experience
RELOCATION: Assistance Available

This role is primarily responsible for using discretionary judgment in the area of supervising the workforce daily on process and Continuous Improvement projects. In addition, variable cost budgets must be respected while working on continuous improvement (productivity pipeline) projects to sustain the quarter over quarter cost reduction / productivity improvements.

Management of 3-6 Employees.

Supervising a process engineers team focused equipment spec/design/build/standardization, processing support, new technology development, and material development;
Making recommendations to management;
Ensuring that material, process, and design specifications are established and maintained;
Assisting process engineers in resolving problems, improving materials and process standards, developing new materials and processes, and in providing support to manufacturing plants.

EDUCATION:
4-year engineering degree required; Chemical Engineering, General Engineering or Engineering Technology preferred.

REQUIRED SKILLS:
5+ years of experience in a process related position including material selection, testing, implementation, and process;
2+ years of experience in a lead or supervisory manufacturing process role;
Analytical, problem solving, leadership and coaching skills;
Technical writing, communication, interpersonal and presentation skills.


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