This position is located in Cleveland, UT.
Our Chemical Process Engineer works closely with process technicians to engineer and optimize the metal coating, gas production, and advanced composite materials product lines. This position is responsible for process optimization, engineering management, production planning, and equipment and tooling specification and procurement. An ideal candidate is self-motivated and ready to lead in a dynamic environment.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Engineer and optimize metal coating, gas production, and advanced composite material manufacturing processes and operations.
• Assist process technicians in troubleshooting and optimizing production lines.
• Implement best manufacturing practices, using data-driven methodologies and manufacturing principles (Lean, Six Sigma, etc.), including Quality Management under ISO9001 standards.
• Improve process and instrumentation design and documentation.
• Determine organization and setup of operations to optimize productivity and workflow.
• Lead in the design, specifications, and procurement strategies for equipment and tooling.
• Research and develop new processes and equipment.
• Conduct risk assessment of equipment and processes; develop and oversee safety procedures for workers operating equipment or working in close proximity to ongoing chemical reactions.
· Bachelor’s degree in engineering (Chemical or Process engineering preferred) is required.
· Minimum 5 years’ experience in chemical process engineering and manufacturing operations; composite materials manufacturing or chemical engineering fields is preferred.
· Experience utilizing process improvement methodologies such as Lean manufacturing and Six Sigma.
· Hands-on experience working with production/process technicians to troubleshoot and optimize production lines.
· Experience in the design and operation of manufacturing facilities.
· Sound problem-solving and analytical capabilities.
· Exceptional written and verbal communication skills that ensure clarity and understanding.
· Demonstrated thirst for learning, and ability to capture and document tribal knowledge.
· Proficient in the use of Microsoft applications; hands-on experience with Computer Aided Design (CAD) software or other design/drafting applications.
· Must pass a background investigation and drug screen in accordance with federal, state, and local laws.
· Located in or willing to locate in close proximity to Carbon/Emery counties, Utah.
Must be a U.S. Citizen and be able to obtain and hold a Department of Defense Security Clearance.
Work Environment and Physical Demands
Must be able to stand and sit for extended periods of time; and work with, around and on projects involving a variety of materials. Safety awareness is absolutely essential at all times while in the work area. Work is performed Monday through Friday with ability to work overtime and weekends. Ability to travel. Must be able to work while wearing standard personal protective equipment, such as gloves and protective eyewear, and respiratory protection on occasion.
Competitive wage DOE, health/dental/vision insurance, 401K plans with company match, generous flexible paid time off, and opportunities for advancement.
At Conductive Group, we focus on the development of technologies, advanced materials, innovative products, and partnered solutions. We use our materials to develop products and provide services in a wide variety of markets, and we partner with other forward-thinking companies to develop solutions to overcome a spectrum of electromagnetic challenges. Our core values are People, Patriotism, and Performance, and we offer careers, not just jobs. Learn more about Conductive Group and our subsidiaries (Conductive Composites, Faraday Cases, and Faraday Structures) at www.conductivegroup.com.