Hands-on Plant Engineer (Mechanical, Chemical) - Manufacturing Environment

WHO WE NEED Penn Color is seeking an Engineer to function as a Project and Facilities Engineer.  We are looking for an ambitious self-starter who knows how to turn their ideas to action. We want an engineer who will do whatever it takes to get the job done, have high standards and want to make a direct impact.      Your Education will include:   BS degree in Engineering (Mechanical or Chemical preferred) MSdegreepreferred Your Knowledge, Skills and Experience will include:   8-10 years' engineering experience in industrial environments A proven mechanical aptitude and understanding of mechanical systems Significant hands-on experience with industrial equipment Experience with plastics strongly preferred (experience with extruders a plus) Experience in building expansion, dust and vapor collection and solvent-based products Understanding of government regulations in an industrial setting Must be a self-starter with strong organizational and project management skills Must possess strong interpersonal skills to effectively communicate and deal with all levels of the workforce Proficiency in CAD and Microsoft Office   WHAT YOU CAN DO FOR US   You will conceive, present, design and oversee projects for our domestic and international facilities These projects will include, but are not limited to:  updating process equipment, improving current facilities and designing plant additions and new plants Direct involvement across all sectors is essential and will include executives, production personnel, office staff, laboratory chemists, maintenance and contractors Prioritize safety in managing multiple tasks across multiple projects Occasional travel (less than 5%) and flexibility in your schedule Other duties as assigned
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Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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