Chemical Process Engineer (m/f/d)


  • Position requires a four-year degree in Chemical Engineering
  • 2-5 years of chemical process engineering experience is required
  • Prior experience in medical device, chemical or pharmaceutical industry preferred
  • Prior experience in an active plant support / operational chemical process engineering role highly preferred
  • Lean Six Sigma Green Belt with demonstrated successes desired
  • Strong Value Stream Mapping and process analysis skills
  • Familiar with Structured problem solving (DMAIC, PDCA, etc) to effectively lead problem investigation and resolution
  • Understands manufacturing metrics as they align to Process Improvement initiatives
  • Able to use statistical analysis software in Excel, Minitab
  • Provide process engineering, chemical / chemistry support and detailed know how to manufacturing personnel
  • Provide and develop training for manufacturing personnel
  • Develops SOP's, work instructions, and other quick reference material as needed
  • Build effective working relationships throughout the site, interact with shop floor supervisors, associates, and plant management to meet objectives
  • Determine source of variation in production of products and develop systems or procedures required to reduce or eliminate variation
  • Investigate causes of non-conforming product and implement corrective action
  • Conducts root causes analysis to address specific process or quality problems
  • Investigate and implement corrective and preventive actions (CAPAs) to meet business and compliance requirements
  • Develop Value Stream Maps or Process Maps to identify improvement opportunities for Safety, Quality, Delivery and Cost
  • Apply a wide range of Lean, Six Sigma methods and tools to develop and implement process improvements
  • Initiate, develop and execute validation / qualification protocols to support business / operational initiatives including customer backorder minimization, cost reduction, non-conformance reduction, complaint reduction, yield / process reliability improvement, and FDA/ISO compliance requirements
  • Understand plant environmental health and safety regulations and comply with all applicable laws and regulatory requirements
  • Other duties as assigned by Management
  • Some travel may be required (<10%)


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Employer:
Dentsply Sirona
Location:
Milford, Delaware [USA]