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PepsiCo Mfg Resource - 220030BR in Indianapolis, Indiana

Mfg ResourceAuto req ID: 220030BRJob DescriptionProcess Improvement Engineer / Packaging (PIE) - ExpectationsThis role involves maintaining, driving variation out of, and improving reliability in manufacturing operations specifically related to the Packaging of PET bottles. Successful Process Improvement Engineers have strong mechanical and process skills and a good working knowledge of control, logic and operational principles.ObjectiveThe Process Improvement Engineer (PIE) is responsible for maintaining and improving manufacturing reliability, True Efficiency (TE), Running Efficiency (RE), production system capabilities, and operational stability.AssignmentThe PIE works closely with Operations, Engineering and Maintenance to delivering improved results. The PIE delivers measurable improvements in Safety, People, Quality, Cost, and Productivity by identifying, leading, and owning results for TE / RE, LSS, etc. improvement plans and projects.Technical Masterya. The PIE develops mastery and understanding for the processes they are assigned to and uses that mastery to deliver improved TE, quality, yield, and thru-put. This includes understanding the physics and chemistry of how the production systems are designed to function, their limitations, and the impact of variation on thru-put, reliability, yield / cullage and quality.b. PIEs are qualified in the following areas and are expected to use them to produce results.- Planned and unplanned downtime, rate, yield, and quality loss data collection methodology, analysis, interpretation and opportunity analysis.- Loss analysis and TE improvement plan development, plan execution leadership, and results tracking- Centerline System management, including its development, maintenance and change management- Quality improvement process and quality validation.- Rapid Changeover activities including principles, target setting, and leading successful efforts reducing changeover time to achieve challenging objectives.- Analytical Troubleshooting and problem solving- Process Definition and Capability Studies- c. PIEs are expected to have a working knowledge of the following areas and build skills over time.- Understand the fundamental tools and methodologies of the following TPM pillars - FI, AM, PM, EM- Product development testing,- Early Equipment Management tools, methodologies, procedures and application- Package material evaluation/qualification process- CQV process - Commissioning, Qualification, VerificationOSHA, MSDS, GMP requirements, clean design- Change Management and Innovation Champion for Lines- Position is L6Qualifications/Requirements- BS Degree in Engineering, or related discipline required.- 5+ years of manufacturing experience in a consumer products manufacturing operation.- Ability to conduct assessments, audits and evaluation to measure progress.- Solid problem solving and action planning skills.- Must possess effective oral and written communication skills.- Solid understanding of variable and period costs.- Must be self-motivated, results and action-oriented.- Ability to make independent and sound decisions.- Must possess solid interpersonal skills.Not Eligible for RelocationUnited StatesIndianaIndianapolis08-Feb-2015Relocation Eligible: Not Eligible for RelocationJob Type: RegularAll qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.PepsiCo is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Female / Minority / Disability / Protected Veteran / Sexual Orientation / Gender IdentityOur Company will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and all other applicable laws, including but not limited to, San Francisco Police Code Sections 4901 - 4919, commonly referred to as the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance; and Chapter XVII, Ar