The overall responsibility of the Industrial Engineer is to create and maintain all manufacturing process documentation including, bill of materials, routings, procedures, work instructions, set standards and audit current time standards for manufacturing operations.
- Responsible for determining most effective ways to eliminate waste in production process.
- Deliver projects on-time and on budget, including post implementation training, troubleshooting, and ongoing support as necessary.
- Plan, establish and update sequence of operations to fabricate parts or products and to promote efficient utilization
- Complete workflow assessment to eliminate waste and maximize efficiency.
- Identify and implement expense reduction opportunities.
- Provide consistent and timely communication with all levels of management
- Physical- Ability to freely move about the plant floor with or without accommodation to review and analyze work flows
- Promote cleanliness and safety policies and procedures throughout the entire company. (Success)
- Stay current (magazines, trade shows, seminars, etc.) on new technology as it relates to the Company’s scope.
- Significant experience in a metal casting facility with knowledge of lean manufacturing concepts.
- Bachelor’s Degree : Industrial or Mechanical Engineering, Operations Research, Industrial Technology desired but not required
- Minimum Associates Degree required.
- Specific work or project experience: Industrial Engineering, Operations Engineering, Foundry Engineer – 4 or more years of applicable experience preferred.
- Knowledge of standard manufacturing processes: grinding, casting, welding, as well as Quality Assurance desired but not required.
- Microsoft Office skills, Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Outlook are required