Regional Technical Support and Production Engineer, Specialist

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Regional Technical Support and Production Engr, Specialist

Windsor, CO

Description of work to be performed:

Plan and supervise technical projects to include new products, tools, and process improvements. Convert Company Strategies into projects to improve safety, quality, delivery and cost as an advocate for zero tolerance safety culture throughout the region. Direct coordination with global PE team, regional teams and local factory teams. Support and optimize the regional PE team in the region through sharing best practices. Ensure Tooling Management (Maintenance) in the Factory and to the Satellite or Contractor after Project G6. Direct and support New Product Introductions and Tech Transfers for the region. Effectively supervise multi-disciplinary project teams; coaching, mentoring and developing team members. Responsible for highly complex and strategic projects, from pre-gate initiation through project close and confirmation of running production with stakeholder reporting. Setup processes to include process flows, documentation and training plans. Develop and coordinate tool creation and deployment. Determine test methods, procedures, parts, and equipment needed to implement engineering changes. Supervise Regional CAPEX projects with Factories and Region to include budget planning and execution. Develop business cases, follow budgets and submits investment requests regarding the purchasing of new equipment/materials. Compile and write training material and conducts training, acts as mentor to colleagues in evaluation, data collection, data analysis, Root Cause Corrective Action and effectiveness validation. Supervise total predictive maintenance (TPM) and overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) processes to Production. Troubleshoot process problems and identify solutions which reduce downtime and conserve maintenance costs. Develop and update process procedures to ensure that documentation is accurate and understandable. Design methods and collaborate on ideas for maintaining or increasing production levels through continuous improvement methodologies while improving production costs, yields, quality, and safety. Determine the test methods, procedures, parts, and equipment needed to implement engineering changes. Interface with all levels of management and employees to gather information and provide guidance for implementation.

Qualifications / Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree, or foreign degree equivalent, in Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Industrial Engineering or a related field and 10 years of progressively responsible post-Bachelor’s degree related experience and composite manufacturing or technical experience is required. The position also requires experience with all of the following: 10 years of experience as a Project Manager of complex cross-functional innovation and development projects within a manufacturing setting, 10 years of experience with MS Office Suite, 10 years of experience with systems including Bill of Material, Revision Control, Routings, Process Work Instructions. Travel to various and unanticipated client sites. 40 hrs/wk, 8:00am-5:00pm, M-F, $117,978-$124,000 per year

Employer will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen. To apply, please send resumes to: Jennifer Martinez, 1500 E Crown Prince Blvd. Bld.B, Brighton CO 80601.

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