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Looking for a new challenge where your hard work and entrepreneurial spirit will gain you recognition and reward? Then look no further than GAF, a $3 billion company and the largest roofing manufacturer in North America. GAF, we've built one of the most dynamic, cutting-edge, and successful employee teams in the building products industry (and we've got the financial results to prove it!). Whether it's in our Parsippany, NJ, world headquarters, or at one of our more than 30 manufacturing plants, our standards are high and the opportunities for career advancement are limited only by your desire to succeed. If you're turned on by the idea of working for a market-leading company, in a fast-paced environment where you can truly make a difference, then GAF may be the place for you.
We are looking for a Process Engineer who will help lead the execution of Quality and Process Improvement projects and activities using standard PI tools such as Qualpro, MVT/DOE, Kepner Tregoe PSDM. Use Hierarchy of values (Safety, Quality, Service, Cost) in prioritizing, using Plans and executes capital improvements resulting from these projects. Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Lead process design reviews, raw material qualification and product and process qualification and capability studies. Performs PPA/FMEA on all major process and raw material changes. Train production personnel on Statistical process Control (SPC). Leads the application and interpretation of SPC charting. Train and educates personnel on company products, plant and corporate quality policies and procedures; including internal and external personnel, suppliers and customers. Conduct internal compliance audits of production tests, process specifications, plant change notices (PCN's) and other in-plant processes. Co-ordinate Plant Trials with R&D and plant personnel. Ensures trials are accurately conducted and reported.
- A BS in Engineering (Electrical, Mechanical, or Chemical) required
- Minimum of 1-3 years' of demonstrated related experience in a manufacturing environment preferred.
- Demonstrated knowledge of engineering fundamentals and proficiency in Microsoft Office, PLC and AutoCAD.
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