Engineer II-

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Engineer II-
Food & Beverages Engineering - Process
Location Indiana - Indiana
Relocation Assistance Available - Yes to the right candidate
Bachelors Degree of Science in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering
3 years of food industry project engineering experience or 5 years of manufacturing project engineering experience, including but not limited to, field installation, contractor management, consultant management, equipment and services procurement
Experience independently and successfully leading large, complex projects of $250,000 or more and/or multiple projects up to $1.5MM, including project justification and managing project schedule, cost and performance
Demonstrated experience in leading, partnering, and communicating with multi-functional teams, including operations, commercial, finance, etc. to successfully deliver projects Knowledge of food safety and personal safety
Knowledge and experience with Root Cause Analysis (RCA) Knowledge and experience with Management of Change (MOC) Knowledge and experience with electrical system and automation
Knowledge and experience with Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
Demonstrated high degree of organization, ability to prioritize, and timely execute multiple priorities simultaneously in scope and on budget
Demonstrated ability to influence others Preferred Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) experience
Environmental project experience or familiarity Combustible dust project experience or familiarity
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.
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