-Solve the process and machine issue to reduce the production cost; improve factory / line OEE, focus on OEE loss and take systematical solution.-Organize the improvement activity on process, machine and maintenance.-Co-work with PM for the new product and trial production, and support the production supervisor to solve the production problem.-Analyze the quality complaint from our production. And check and take action for it.-Check the abnormal material/product in process. And deal with this material by requirement.-Evaluate the layout, production capacity; lead the process improvement, cost down project. Support the management data to production manager.-Learn the operation of new machine and setup the maintenance work standard for workers.-Prepare the work instruction/production checklist by the CP, technological requirements.-The Process Engineer is responsible for the validation of all process improvements and the establishment of revised basic conditions on the line. A core deliverable is eliminated losses and wastes and increase the stability of the line to support the transition of traditional line teams to semi-autonomous teams.
-Post Graduate level education or Bachelor Degree with relevant engineering skills in specialized field of Mechanical, Chemical or Electrical.-Have background experiences in FMCG/ Manufacturing field.-Flexible, Dependency and Accuracy.-Good communication skills.-Good command of English. Able to use MS package (especially Word and Excel).
-Attractive Salary-Phone Allowance
-Join an experienced team
-Learn new skills on the job
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