Entry Level Industrial Engineer

  1. Development of general operational plan
  2. Analysis and establishment of measurement systems for our manufacturing activities
  3. Analyze the workplace for both efficient and inefficient work activities.  Identify and facilitate potential cost reduction projects
  4. Create strategic goals for improving our manufacturing cost and effectiveness
  5. Collect and analyze data necessary to perform Return on Investment Calculations for various project proposals
  6. Establish, maintain, and periodically evaluate Key Performance Indicators throughout the organization
  7. Analyze and organize large amounts of data and present it logically and concisely
  8. Perform capacity planning and provide solutions to meet continued growth
  9. Evaluate and document operations, work area design, process flow and work methods for improved efficiency
  10. Conduct time studies and establish engineering standards as assigned
  11. Create and deliver effective presentations regarding recommended solutions and alternatives for assigned initiatives
  12. Identify value-added and non-value-added activities through accepted Industrial Engineering techniques
  13. Provide statistical studies of production, quality, and economic systems
  14. Conduct time and motion studies, work flow analysis, and layout analysis
  15. Facilitate control and continuous improvement in all areas of total cost
  16. Identify operational priorities by assessing operational objectives; determining project objectives such as efficiency, cost savings, energy conservation, operator convenience, safety, environmental, quality; estimating relevance, time, and costs
  17. Develop operational solutions by defining, studying, estimating, and screening alternative solutions; calculating economics; determining impact on total system
  18. Anticipate operational problems by studying operating targets, modes of operation, unit limitations; monitoring unit performance
  19. Continuously improve upon our existing operating, manufacturing, communication, and control systems
  1. BS Degree in Industrial Engineering
  2. 1-2 years of hands-on experience preferred; co-op/internship experience relevant
  3. Manufacturing experience preferred
  4. Experience in the establishment of Key Performance Indicators
  5. Proficient in MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Outlook
  6. Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  7. Project handling/project management courses as part of previous studies
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