Mississippi Lime Company Process Engineer II in Sainte Genevieve, Missouri
Provides a greater depth of knowledge of existing technology, and benchmarking of different processes. Level II process engineers create a bridge of knowledge throughout all similar process technologies in the Lime business units across the organization driving improvement across multiple plants. A Process Engineer II will have primary responsibility for a particular technology discipline and be expected to advance and improve the company's application of that technology and leverage it for business improvement.
Required BS in Engineering or related field with preference for advanced degree in Engineering
3-10 years of process and operations management experience working in multiple plants and with multiple processes.
Competencies: Functional & Technical Skills, Problem Solving, Process Management, Drive for Results, Customer Focus, Managing and Measuring Work, Directing Others
Demonstrate Experience and ability in multiple process areas (Pyro-Process, Comminution, Classification, Hydration, and Precipitation)
Be able to plan, execute, and implement mass/energy balances on multiple processes
Be able to function on their own to maintain KPI's in the area of assignment
Conversion Rates -- FR, kw/ton, and Yields
Quality Targets/Customer Specifications
Work with Process Controls engineers to create, tune, and utilize deeper PLC tools to reduce variation in process
Leverage statistical tools to reduce variation in assigned areas
- Leader of Quality Pillar team at the assigned Plant
Work with Quality Department to audit, improve, and maintain the process's measurement system
Perform Gage RnR testing on measurement systems in the plant
Lead, train, and qualify hourly employees on performing Quantitative Analysis of products
Act as the Quality interface between MLC Quality Dept and local Operations management
Mentorship and Leadership
Lead and Develop Process Coo p in the area of assignment
Evaluate if Process Coop should be pursued as a future Process Eng I candidate
Mentorship of Process Engineer I's
Flexibility and Influence
Possess the ability to move to other Process units to perform work
Installation of equipment in non-assigned plant
Influence area more than one area and drive process improvements there
Equip Operations in multiple sites to drive performance improvement
Technology and Project Management
Equipment Outages and Long-Range plans
Perform inspections on equipment while offline
Form refractory maintenance plan on pyro process, maintain records and process data analyzing heat balance strategy as it relates to refractoryWork with maintenance to maintain equipment to reduce process variation
Technology and Capital Projects
Manage small capital projects while maintaining all other duties.
Range $25,000 - $250,000
Do not sacrifice the process at the expense of project execution
Investigate and implement new technologies as they apply to our processes
Explore, experiment, and commission new equipment and technologies to improve and balance Quality, Throughput, and Cost
Training and Developing others
Actively engage in training operations, maintenance, quality, and process staff in technology.
Employees are expected to perform other responsibilities as needed.
Direct reports: Co-op as available
Subordinate supervisors: No
Americans with Disabilities Specifications
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the Essential Functions of this job. Reasonable Accommodations may be available to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the Essential Functions. Contact Human Resources for accommodation requests.
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