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Job Summary

Company
Henkel
Location
Geneva, NY
Industries
Other/Not Classified
Job Type
Full Time
Employee
Career Level
Experienced (Non-Manager)
Job Reference Code
4305_180004B7

Manufacturing Engineer

About the Job

Description:

Henkel Beauty Care holds leading market positions worldwide and its brand-name product business is continuously expanding. In this fast moving sector, success depends on constant innovation and high-quality products. Are you ready to work in a challenging, but also glamorous and dynamic environment? If you share a passion for hair and beauty, this is the place to start your career.
 
The Manufacturing Engineer will serve as a technical leader on the production floor and throughout the facility. The individual will be expected to support production escalation due to non-conformance issues with the support of the maintenance personnel. The Manufacturing Engineer must be able to suggest, test and qualify re-designing of equipment and process for improvement and in response to quality escalations. The ability to design and update facility drawings in AutoDesk Suite is required in addition to owning the change control of the master CAD drawings. The role will have responsibility to conduct capital projects and therefore must be able to manage contractors, OEM technician, maintenance staff, etc.

What we offer


Lead equipment design, material construction, and process changes as a result of quality investigations, efficiency focused improvement projects, etc. This is inclusive of material specification, CAD design, and vendor selection. Management of change program must be upheld and sustained through each project life cycle. 
The role must serve as a high level escalation resource for both equipment and process non-conformances, driving investigation, troubleshooting, and solution implementation
Lead quality non-conformance investigations in relation to equipment performance collaborating with maintenance, production and quality personnel. Outcome of NCRs should contain engineering control implementation and/or robust process development to ensure prevention.
Lead the execution of focused improvement projects as they are identified through equipment performance trends (OEE) and organizational strategic direction.
Own the management and update of CAD facility drawings including equipment layouts, EHS maps, P&IDs, etc.
Provides technical leadership and support to production personnel and maintenance staff in technical training, troubleshooting and root cause analysis. Serve as the technical resource for high level technicians.
Identify and execute capital projects for equipment rebuilds and upgrades managing predetermined budgets, schedule, safety requirements, GMP expectations and contractor personnel. 
The Manufacturing Engineer’s success and performance will be tied closely to plant OEE.
Will serve as a critical escalation resource and responder during line down situations ensuring proper investigation processes are being followed and validation that the equipment is returned to intended design and function.

Qualification:

Who we are looking for


Strong leadership skills are required as this role must be relied on and trusted as a technical expert within the manufacturing organization.
Strong critical thinking, problem solving, and mechanical trouble shooting skills required.
Knowledge of packaging equipment and manufacturing processes is preferred.
Ability to effectively drive change in a fast paced environment, through collaborative efforts
Capable of forward looking strategy to continuously improve equipment performance.
Capital project administration and management skills
Ability to coach and lead others to achieve results, following all safety, quality, and productivity policies and procedures
Ability to function independently and take ownership of improvement processes
Must have a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical or Manufacturing Engineering or equivalent related experience.
Must have 3-5 years’ experience in Manufacturing Support roles. 
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. Proficiency in AutoDesk Suite is required.
Working Conditions\: Half of the duties are performed in an office setting while the other half of the activity of this position are performed in a production environment. This position requires exposure to typical manufacturing areas where under certain conditions the use of personal protective equipment, such as safety glasses, hearing protection and safety shoes are required. In addition, hygienic precautions, such as hairnets and gloves, are required. In the manufacturing area, much of the work environment is not climate controlled. Working extended hours may be required as needed based on project and production need. Physical Requirements\: Sitting, standing and limited lifting. Must be able to lift 40 pounds. Must be able to lift, bend and stoop without restrictions.



Henkel is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, and other legally protected characteristics.





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