Process Engineer in Coppell, TX at HumCap Recruiting

Date Posted: 4/14/2021

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Process Engineer – Coppell, TX Role & Responsibilities: Due to strong growth in our business and our commitment to continuous improvement, we have an opening for an industrial/process engineer. This position will focus on implementing lean manufacturing techniques across our facility, with the goal of improving quality, efficiency, and documented processes. Specific tasks include: • Working with company RFQ/NPI and process control group, identify and prioritize areas for improvement. • Collect data and perform time studies to analyze current methods. • Identify and investigate alterative processes and methods. • Design and implement revisions to work cells, including layout, material storage, workstations, fixtures and tooling. • Standardize work instructions for processes in production departments and required. • Track results to measure progress. • Assist in sustaining recently improved processes. • Assist in revising training material and training existing/new employees on lean techniques. • Provides clear and concise documented standard operating procedure documents on key processes. • Defines and develops routine operational process method, parameters and procedures. • Analyze current operational processes to ensure they are consistent, compatible and effective across functions and groups. • Recommends and assists in improvements. • Gathers and organizes documentation for process mapping across working groups. • Responsible for tracking and frequently auditing processes, procedures and SLAs/OLAs to ensure operational success. • Works closely with Process Control Group and Project Managers to drive process improvements.

Qualifications: • We require a hands-on professional with initiative, self-confidence, ambition, and the ability to think through problems and implement solutions. The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications. • Bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering management and technology or other manufacturing-related curriculum. • Lean Six Sigma experience preferred, demonstrated by successful completion of major improvement project. • Strong process documentation writing skills along with experience with Microsoft Office applications. • 3-5 years of practical experience in a manufacturing or RL repair environment. May be a combination of internship co-op or work experience. • Motivated to identity waste, propose improvements and support implementation of improvement projects. • Must be willing to execute multiple tasks in a fast-paced work environment. • Good verbal and written communication skills. • Must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.