Plant Engineer

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A bit about us:

We manufacture customized, innovative supply chain solutions. Today, our products help America move everything from soft drinks to meat products to auto parts . That equals unparalleled production reliability and the shortest shipping lanes with the smallest carbon footprint in the business.

Why join us?

Competitive salary based on experience
Full medical insurance coverage
Dental and Vision Insurance
401(k) retirement benefits with employer match of 50% for first 6% of contribution
Company paid holidays
Bonus program with up to 10% potential and Christmas Bonus
Optional supplemental life insurance

Job Details


A Plant Engineer is responsible for identifying and implementing process improvements that foster a safe work environment and provide a quality product to the customer efficiently and economically.


Collaborate with others and manage Engineering responsibilities associated with safety and process improvements.
Management Capital and Non Capital improvement projects including new equipment installs, cell improvements, etc.
Lead cross departmental teams to implement process improvements.
Evaluate current processes, equipment, and procedures to determine if they are performing efficiently.
Conduct root cause analyses and develop correct actions.
Develop a thorough knowledge and understanding of plant systems through active projects, cross departmental training, and OEM training.
Create SOP’s/Work Instructions and train employees to ensure efficient project handoffs.
Provide technical support for all departments when called upon.
Develop a working knowledge of new technology through research.
Participate in the 4 week Cross Departmental Training program.
Advance through the Engineering Development Program.
Complete additional assigned tasks in a timely manner.

BS Engineering (Mechanical, Electrical, or Industrial Preferred)

Engineering Internship with hands on experience in the Plastics Industry.
Proficient with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook).
Relevant Industry work experience with Injection Molding Processes.
Knowledge of Lean Concepts.
Ability to safely operate hand tools, power equipment, and machine shop equipment. Welding and general machining experience a plus.
Strong leadership skills a plus.
Able to travel to customer and vendor locations as well as other Plants.
OSHA 10 or 30 hour training a plus.
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