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Hot End Process Improver

Job Description
Primary Duties:
  • Adherence to the NSG/Pilkington Standards of Business Conduct and its Values and Principles.
  • Adherence to the Key Safety Leadership Behaviors.
  • To instigate studies and actions to overcome quality, safety problems, to reduce waste and improve team performance
  • Together with team members drives process continuous improvement and drives quality continuous improvement coordinating corrective actions as necessary
  • To train team members in standard operating procedures (SOP) and ensure regular audits for maintenance of such procedures
  • Assist in the development of new products or processes or systems
  • Where necessary, contributes to research and development of projects to meet future demands
  • Assists in the commissioning of new plant and equipment and other systems to ensure that this introduction into the production facility is handled efficiently and within the minimum disruption
  • Responsible for setting up process capability measurement and statistical process control (SPC), in order to ensure that internal/external customer needs are met
  • Guarantees that process standards correspond to the Company s objectives, costs and supply
  • Responsible for inspecting Float operations, identifying & coordinating maintenance needs
  • Provide around the clock support for continuous operation
Qualifications Required:
  • 4-Year Engineering Degree
  • Good Communication Skills
  • Excellent Problem Solving Skills
  • Proficient with Microsoft Excel, Word and Power Point
  • Ability to work independently. Strong Analytical Skills
  • Well developed interpersonal, verbal and writing skills.
Qualifications Desired:
  • Experience troubleshooting control systems
  • Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering Degree
  • Knowledge of several programming languages.(VB,C,PLC ect)
  • Understanding and utilizing electrical drawings/schematics
  • Green or Black Belt Certification
  • Hot End Glassmaking Experience


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