Industrial Engineer

Company Name:
Judge Executive Search

The Judge Group is seeking a degreed Industrial Engineer for a large food manufacturing company in Kansas. The qualified individual will be responsible for planning the utilization of facilities, materials, equipment and personnel to improve efficiency of plant operations. He or she will analyze work samples and establish work measurement programs to develop standards for labor utilization.

Analyzes facility layout, workforce utilization and operation data such as production flow charts, production costs and production schedules to determine efficient utilization of equipment and workers through the application of various industrial engineering techniques
Conducts labor management systems validations
Determines which variables to change and verifies the accuracy of the program logic for calculating labor standards
Tracks associate performance and completes process flow charts
Compiles and inputs time study data and calculates associate percent performance by individual work element and overall performance
Develops, monitors and coordinates reporting systems to measure labor productivity and efficiency on an on-going basis
Develops, evaluates and identifies project recommendations and solutions for minimizing total operational costs while presenting and selling recommendations to all levels of management
Conducts feasibility studies of varied projects to determine the worth on an investment and provide economic justification for capital appropriations
Conducts training on relevant industrial engineering subjects with operations management, distribution center associates and union leadership
Assists supply chain management in directing all on-going projects as required
Acts as department liaison to union leadership, operations management and distribution center associates to ensure projects are brought to a timely and cost efficient conclusion

Bachelor's Degree in Industrial Engineering
2 plus years' experience in related field
Ability to travel independently on a regular basis
Ability to preserve confidentiality of information
Accuracy and attention to detail
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and Access
Ability to prioritize and organize a variety of tasks and projects

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