Isola, an industry leader in global materials sciences whose mission is to improve life by enabling innovation in electronic products, is hiring a Manufacturing Process Engineer at our Ridgeway, SC location.
The Manufacturing Process Engineer provides engineering support to manufacturing, maintenance, and quality assurance functions in a production facility. This includes troubleshooting manufacturing processes, initiating procedures, and leading improvement projects".
WHO WILL LOVE THIS JOB?
An excellent communicator, you have a knack for explaining technical processes concisely (even to a non-technical audience), and enjoying working with cross-functional internal teams
An analytical problem solver, you go beyond just fixing to identify root causes, evaluate optimal solutions, and recommend comprehensive upgrades to prevent future issues.
As an advisor, you build rapport by offering strategic value in every interaction. As a result, you are trusted internally by cross-functional partners and externally by our customers for your strategic inputs.
Define/establish consistent, documented processes to drive standard work practices.
Support timely implementation of process changes related to capital improvement projects.
Support the manufacturing operation's continuous cost and quality improvement goals by assisting in the design and modification of new and existing equipment and processes throughout the manufacturing process.
Perform statistical analysis, evaluate new materials, maintain process documents and procedures, track and analyze process variables.
- Recommendation of equipment and hands-on training of operators as required.
Support the plant's 5S and lean manufacturing goals; support plant safety initiatives.
Meet budgets and financial goals as assigned and support the management of strategic planning for future expenditures in accordance with long-term objectives.
Support ISO and OSHA processes and procedures.
Drive process control improvements and reduce process variation through the application of six sigma tools.
Provide engineering support for the startup of new equipment and processes.
Prepare process guidelines and procedures for new equipment, products and processes.
Provide input concerning capital equipment and process upgrades.
Participate in Lean Events (Kaizen) and operator training.
Bachelor's Degree required, preferred areas of study are Mechanical, Electrical, or Industrial Engineering
Minimum of 3 years of related experience in a manufacturing environment
WHAT'S IN IT FOR YOU?
Operate state of the art automated equipment
Personal growth and advancement opportunities
A culture where innovation, enthusiasm, and cooperation are encouraged.