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Industrial Engineer

Date:  09-Aug-2022
Location:  Connecticut
State:  Nort
Country:  US
Company:  LTTS

Thorough understanding of Industrial Engineering concepts.
Establish, maintain, and improve labor standards, line layouts, BOMs, and routings for all products.
Perform time studies, ergonomic/safety assessments, process flow analysis, line balancing, and productivity evaluations for all production areas and implement identified improvements.
Perform financial analysis for capital equipment purchases, product cost reduction projects, and quality initiatives, and provide recommendations.
Develop and Maintain capacity models for GSP and/or AST Focus Factories
Develop tools to forecast shop floor staffing needs.
Develop tools to maintain and analyze supplier component capacities.
Leverage ERP(BPCS) systems for data mining.
Develop standard work and document SOPs for Industrial Engineering Department.
Actively participate in S&OP/IBP process.
Utilize lean, six-sigma, 5S, team building, effective communication, and project management skills to perform essential job functions and develop effective actions plans.
Collaborate with Tooling and Manufacturing Engineers to develop flexible manufacturing cell designs.
Develop and optimize factory layout for assembly equipment.
Lead and/or participate in COS/MOS line transformations.
Develop and maintain Value Stream Maps
Frequent (verbal and written) communications; able to present to peers and management on deliverables status.
Must have a BS in Industrial Engineering 
Minimum of 5 years work experience as an Industrial or Systems Engineer or 3+ years of related experience with MS in Industrial or Systems Engineering 
Must be very strong at capacity modeling/simulation, time studies, and line balancing
Highly skilled with MS Suite especially Excel and PowerPoint, AutoCAD, and ERP Systems
Strong written and verbal communications (including presentation skills)