PROCESS ENGINEER
ID:
34040RL
Youngstown, IN

OVERVIEW: The primary purpose of this position is to support plant operations by improving existing production processes and introducing new production processes. Also perform project engineering activities including the design, procurement, installation, commissioning, and start-up of new processing equipment.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
Promote safety of operations including work performed by contractors.
Promote the production of products through participation in audits and investigations.
Support daily production activities by monitoring process performance, trouble-shooting problems, and implementing corrective actions.
Execute activities to implement new chemical-processing and materials-handling processes.
Continuously evaluate, recommend, and implement improvements to the plant processes and operating procedures.
Support Sales and Marketing activities and provide technical assistance through interfaces with customers.
Perform project-engineering activities as directed by the Engineering Manager; including project management of these activities (design, procurement, installation, commissioning, and start-up of new processing equipment).
Utilize project-management skills and tools (define project schedules, conduct project-review meetings, publish associated meeting minutes, and document project financial status).
Execute improvement projects within financial, time, and quality constraints.
Provide concise, accurate, and timely information to plant and senior management as requested or as required. At a minimum, provide written status reports on assignments on a monthly basis.
Participate in the investigation and corrective actions efforts for your assigned manufacturing processes.

REQUIREMENTS:
Degree in Engineering.
Process-Engineering and/or Project Engineering experience in chemical-processing industry preferred.
Must have experience interfacing with contractors.
Strong computer skills and knowledge of Power Point, Word, and Excel required. Proficiency in AutoCAD and pipeline-sizing programs preferred.