We are currently hiringanExperienced Packaging Process Engineer for ourBreinigsville, Pennsylvania Brewery.
What You'll Brew:
The Process Engineer is responsible for improving manufacturing processes within the brewery. The packaging Process Engineer identifies, evaluates, develops, designs, and implements brewery improvements, packaging asset replacement/upgrade projects, bottling/canning and packaging systems optimization, process changes, and new technologies to achieve increased productivity, enhanced manufacturing/brewery flexibility and capacity, improved product quality, safer operations, and ensures environmental compliance.
Ingredients You’ll Bring:
•Recommends manufacturing equipment and processes designed to be efficient, cost-effective, and to promote safety, quality, and reliability
•Uses Lean/6Sigma practices to assess current equipment and processes, and makes recommendations for changes to ensure the most efficient and productive layout
•Coach and engage coworkers (including operators, leads, supervisors, process leaders, and line leaders) with AM Lean tools (PDCA, CIL, 5 Whys, etc..) to increase efficiency and effectiveness of our work systems aimed at eliminating minor stops
•Help establishing a feedback loop from coworkers by soliciting and acting on their input around opportunities to drive equipment and process improvements.
•Recommend improvements to equipment layout to improve process flow
•Through DMAIC, design of experiment and focused improvement tools eliminates equipment Centre breakdowns
•Conducts tests throughout all stages of production to determine control over applicable variables and troubleshooting/solving production problems
•Formalize findings in Standard Operating Procedures and One Point Lessons
•Help digitalizing the shopfloor
•Identify and execute solutions to reduce change over time
•3+ years in a process engineer role
•Passionate about driving process improvements and increasing equipment reliability
•Ability to coach and influence colleagues
•Strong problem solving and analytical skills
•Experience in a manufacturing/CPG environment or engineering (mechanical or electrical)
•Demonstrated application of Lean: AM, PM, FI
•Strong PLC Knowledge
•All production roles are required to pass a pre-employment physical exam to comply with their specific role requirement(s)
•Certain roles may require the use of a respirator and passing the associated fit test
•Ability to lift to 50lbs, sometimes repeatedly
•Regular walking and standing for long periods of time (up to 11 hours a day) on concrete, metal, and grated surfaces
•Responsibilities may require crouching, stepping over, crawling under, bending, twisting, climbing, and reaching above head and shoulders repeatedly throughout the day
•Responsibilities may require climbing flights of stairs, working from heights or on elevated platforms
•Ability to wear assigned PPE (safety shoes, gloves, facemask, hearing protection and hard hat)
•Established dexterity so you can handle materials, operate equipment and interface with computer systems with precision
•Some roles require strong peripheral vision and depth perception
Our people are our most important “ingredient.” We hire the best talent; and we reward, develop, and retain them too.
In addition to generous healthcare on day one, stock purchase plan, 401k and more, Full Time Boston Beer Coworkers have the following perks available*:
•Free financial coaching
•Health & wellness program and discounts
•Professional development & training
*Talk to your recruiter about eligibility
Boston Beer Corporation is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a diverse workforce. In order to help ensure reasonable accommodation for individuals protected by Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam Veteran’s Readjustment Act of 1974, and Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, applicants who wish to request accommodation in the job application process can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
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