Industrial Engineer

Company Name:
Placement Services USA, Inc.
Responsible for updating the current plant layout and assist in the development of new work center layouts by using value stream analysis and propose machine placement for the most productive workflow; conduct physical time studies and set up production rates for all processes according to LuK incentive system considering optimal ergonomic methods; analyze and develop continuous process improvements to increase productivity and improve quality; extract data from the SAP system to calculate group and individual incentive; use knowledge of manufacturing processes such as machining, heat treatment, stamping, assembly and tooling; train others in the understanding of standard value stream activities and may update all value stream maps plant wide; provide routine analysis of performance indicators and present this information to management, supervisors, and manufacturing operators; utilize project management and leadership skills to lead Industrial Engineering function in multi-departmental project teams and resolve time studies and process mapping related issues in a timely and effective manner; utilizing industrial engineering principles, responsible for the incentive system, work center layout and ergonomics.
Bachelors degree in industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, or related field plus 5 years of experience in the job offered or as a manufacturing engineer or in quality and/or product management and an advanced level of analytical knowledge of quality engineering procedures, expertise in manufacturing environments and quality design processes, and demonstrated experience in: Quality Function Deployment (QFD), Process Mapping, Pareto Analysis, Decision Tree; AutoCad; and SAP, MS-Project, and MS-Visio.
A masters degree plus 2 years of experience will be accepted in the alternative.
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