Exciting opportunities have arisen to join a world leading global organisation, our global FMCG client (the powerhouse behind brands such as Walls, Persil, Magnum and Knorr) as a Process Engineer (2 roles available) to be based in Port Sunlight, Wirral. This is a full-time temporary role for 3 months to start ASAP, paying up to £31,301 per annum, pro rata, working 37.5 hours per week (7am-3pm).
- The cell Process Engineer owns the performance data analytics, line settings process, changeover process and problem solving for their lines.
- They are responsible for providing the rights stops and performance data for the line workflows and problem-solving sessions.
- They are responsible for elimination the process variability of the equipment assigned to them through line settings and changeover processes.
- They are responsible for building problem solving capability in operators.
- Owns stops and performance data analytics for the line. Provides stops, MTBS, OEE data for meetings.
- Supports the line team with further analytics for line workflows and problem-solving sessions.
- Owns Line heat map for loss stratification and top loss identification
- Continuously drives the development of the performance analytics tools
- Owns the line settings process for the line. This includes deployment, execution, reporting the KPI for meetings and continuous improvement of the process
- Owns the changeover process for the line. This includes deployment, execution, reporting the KPI for meetings and continuous improvement of the process cell
- Leads SMED workshops for the line to improve the changeover process
- Owns the problem-solving process for the line.
- Provides subject matter support to the line team and operators
- Supports building problem solving capability in operators
- Coaches operators on processes
- Support the development and execution of distinct areas of the 90-day plan and weekly/monthly plans
- Supports and leads problem solving sessions
- Engineering degree preferable (chemical/mechanical/electrical) but not essential if you have demonstrable experience in manufacturing.
- Understanding of root cause analysis, continuous improvement and SMED is essential.
- Able to visualize clearly what the ideal production system is.
- Clearly understand operating principles and establish correct operating standards.
- Can present findings and rationales clearly so that whole factory team can understand.
- Able to make logical decisions based on data.
- Able to prioritise effectively between daily losses (Sporadic) and long-term losses (Chronic).