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- Drives the technology analysis within investment projects to determine size, type and automation within the process
- Defines best practice for Process Engineering technologies, prepares a prioritized roadmap (with reg. mgmt) for gap closure to best class
- Ensures best in class Process Engineering standards are implemented for new projects keeping in mind economic viability
- Does technical sign-off of network projects to ensure best process set up according to Safety, Sustainability, Quality and cost ambition
- Analyzes existing process technologies to identify improvement potential
- Supports development of new process in collaboration with Technology development, NoE and Process engineering teams across regions
- Steers process engineering activities with regional process engineering teams and Global Investment Management
- Develops best implemented standard for copy paste effective productivity improvements
- Drives technology decision within major investment to support local team in scoping size, type and automation within technology
- Works with regions / plant teams to consilidate learning on technology and communicate to network
- Supports the indroduction of new products pertaining to new / improved processes
- Manages Network of Experts for required technologies *See attached job description
- The HPS Engineer is responsible for continuous improvement activities for a production cell.
- Executes improvement projects and drives results.
- Identifies and drives improvement to plant standards, such as visual management, standard work instructions, technical work instructions, centerlines, set up sheets machine parameter settings, etc.
- Collaborates cross functionally to implement identified improvements.
- Interfaces with global leaders to report out on local production system roadmaps, performance data, and best operating practices.
- Analyzes business processes and performs line studies to identify opportunities and drive improvements.
- Identifies losses in efficiency for value streams and equipment and aids in implementing solutions to improve.
- Collaborates to develop short- and long-term strategies to reduce waste.
- Drives kaizen, implementation of TPM, and other projects focused on improving plant efficiency, machine reliability, sustainability, and the reduction of waste.
- Bachelor's Degree in a technical field, preferably Manufacturing or Industrial Engineering
- Three (3) years minimum experience applying Lean methodologies in a manufacturing environment
- Highly developed understanding of TPM methodologies and implementation.
- Demonstrated ability to present proposals and projects to all levels of management
- Ability to quantify improvements per KPI, lead RCA to solve production loss issues, lead change, and create process flows, value streams and flow diagrams
- Proficient in the use of value stream maps, fishbone diagrams, 5S, SMED visual management and other lean tools.
Henkel is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, and other legally protected characteristics.