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Day to Day Responsibilities:
• Provide day-to-day leadership for four to six Division Melting Technology Engineers.
• Manage the Melting Technology Management Portfolio to budget.
• Strategy development/deployment – Create and communicate the long term view of Melting Technology for the CGT Division Engineering team.
• Where appropriate, lead Melting technology projects.
• Management/facilitation of the technology change management process for Melting.
• Training – track employee technical training for all new hires, new training requests for direct reports.
• Employee Career development- creates and track career plans for each direct report.
• Participate in hiring and staffing as needed.
• Perform technical analysis of melting and delivery processes. Application of analytical results will be used to improve equipment, processes and meeting customer requirements.
• Interface with Melting Equipment Design team for new Melting technologies (concept through production trial).
• Interface with Research and Development for production trials of new products and technologies.
• Interface with Plant Engineering to facilitate the introduction of new technologies into manufacturing.
• Support manufacturing startups, developments and expansions worldwide.
• Support equipment repair activities as required worldwide.
Projects involved with:
• Process/Product Excellence - Six Sigma, DMAIC and Manufacturing Engineering Excellence
• Technology development, deployment and migration.
Hours of work/work schedule/flex-time:
• Expect 50 hours per week on average.
• Weekend work required during development projects and process start-ups.
• Off hours calls will be necessary depending on project workload.
• Domestic and International Travel required. International Assignments may range from 1 - 12 weeks in duration. Overall 25-40% travel.
• B.S. in an Engineering discipline.
• 5 years’ experience minimum in continuous process manufacturing
• Strong technical/project management skills.
• Good computing skills- MS Office.
• Prior experience in a supervisory position.
• Chemical or Ceramic Engineering degree.
• M.S. in engineering discipline.
• Glass manufacturing experience.
Soft Skills (Communication/Team/Leadership):
• Strong interpersonal skills.
• Solid leadership and decision-making skills.
• Strong project management skills.
• Good organization skills.
• Effective at communicating across payroll levels.
• Ability to listen to and gain process understanding from engineers through business leadership.
EOE/AA including Veterans and Disabled.