Industrial Engineer 46079

Performing work measurement and methods analysis using MOST to support process design, new production launch, and cost reduction activities; Maintaining standard routings, operation rates, and work center details through the engineering change process; Ensuring routing accuracy from initial input to the end of production, including engineering changes and process improvement activities; Updating standard work charts and maintaining the latest revision in document control through the engineering change process; Assisting manufacturing and engineering in understanding methods and rates; Identifying potential causes that lead to low productivity, low utilization of labor or equipment, and/or missed shipments.
4-year degree required; Engineering, Industrial Technology, Business or a related discipline preferred.
Entry level to two years of Industrial Engineering or related manufacturing experience; Knowledge in labor standard setting techniques and cost analysis in manufacturing; Understands line and facility layout, assembly line balancing, and material flow in high volume, JIT production environment; Strong organizational, planning, multi-tasking, problem-solving and analytical skills; Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; Proficiency in using basic computer business software packages, including MS Office.

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