Publicat 12 Ian 2021 | Reactualizat 09 Feb 2021 | Expiră 09 Feb 2021

Manufacturing Improvement Engineer

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University Degree in Electromechanics/electrotechnical/electronics
Previous experience in a similar position focused on continuous improvement (preferably in FMCG)
Demonstrable knowledge of implementing lean manufacturing / continuous improvement
Computer literacy: MS Office, MS Project, AutoCad
Fluent in English
Strong organizational, analytical and communication skills
Able to work within tight deadlines, to propose and implement solutions for improving the performance of production lines Drives continuous improvements to existing manufacturing processes and provides technical support for their implementation. Success in this role requires an end2end understanding of the manufacturing process
Perform various engineering tasks involving such functions as analysis, design, development, test, installation and service, etc.
Checks the compliance of Core Design within the projects
Part of FAT team (Factory Acceptance Testing) for the implemented projects
Actively participates in KAIZEN projects and makes proposals to optimize technological processes
Ensures the implementation of new equipment
Establish and maintain appropriate KPI’s to check actual conditions vs. target, as well as determine and measure the impact of implemented improvements: MTBF, MTTR, etc.
Determine and implement appropriate countermeasures to drive improvement (i.e. run to standard, poke yokes, changes to work area/fixturing, layout changes, etc.) Born in 1930 with the merger of Dutch margarine producer Margarine Unie and British soapmaker Lever Brothers, Unilever is one of largest consumer goods companies in the world. We produce 400 brands, spanning 14 categories of well-known and respected Foods, Home Care and Personal Care products. It is believed that 1 in 2 households in the world have a Unilever brand in their home. From tea in the morning, to soups at lunch, to moisturisers in the evening, 150 million times a day people all over the world use our products…that’s 150 million opportunities to provide every single day our consumers with the nutrition, hygiene and personal care to make them ‘feel good, look good and get more out of life’. With operations in nearly 100 countries around the world and 365 manufacturing sites across six continents, we have strong roots in local markets and first-hand knowledge of local cultures. We lead the home care market through our cleansing and hygiene products in much of the world. Unilever started to invest in South Central Europe in 1995 with the acquisition of the Dero factory in Ploiesti, Romania. Nowadays, the Ploiesti platform produces detergents (Omo, Dero, Bona), soups, seasonings, dressings (Knorr, Delikat) and margarine (Becel, Rama, Delma). Headquartered in Bucharest, Unilever South Central Europe (USCE) coordinates affairs in the whole region – Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Montenegro, Moldova, Macedonia and Albania – that numbers over 55 million consumers. In, Romania brought 70% of USCE’s total turnover of 170 million Euros. Currently, the company employs almost 850 people, 720 of them in Romania. USCE manages three major divisions – Foods, Home Care and Personal Care – and holds a leading position on the FMCG market with brands such as Knorr, Lipton, Delma, Algida, Hellmann's, Cocolino, Dero, Cif, Domestos, Dove, Axe and Rexona.
Manufacturing Improvement Engineer  -  Unilever South Central Europe

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