The Process Engineer is primarily responsible for developing processing instructions for plant operators (mostly batch records). These are the instructions used by the plant personnel to produce products in the plant. This involves gathering information from Research, Marketing, Safety, and Quality groups and then interpreting and organizing the information into a standard format for operators to use. Secondarily responsible for troubleshooting processing problems in the plant on batch processes being executed. Problems discovered in these processes should be corrected for future use by revising the batch records in a timely manner. Develop cost reduction options for existing processes to reduce production costs in order to improve plant performance and maintain product viability. The process engineer should also be able to carry out projects in the plant with maintenance and contract personnel. This includes specifying equipment, piping, and controls and developing plans to install, startup, and operate the equipment.
Summary of Major Responsibilities: Process Engineer position exists to insure that day to day operations function smoothly in order to obtain maximum potential from the workforce. As such, the process engineer should be able to:
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