Chemical and Automation Engineering “All-Stars”
Belated Happy Labor Day Week!
Manufacturing would not “work” without engineers both on the factory floor and in the engineering office. This Labor Day week, M-Works Search is proud to pay tribute to the contributions and achievements made by the American engineer.
In view of this Labor Day spirit, I’m highlighting two engineering “All-Stars” who are looking for opportunities to make new contributions and achievements in their respective disciplines of process and automation engineering. Our first “All-Star” is a chemical engineer who has a process and production engineering background within specialty chemical manufacturing. She’s hoping to build upon this experience in a process or project engineering role.
Our second “All-Star” is an early career automation engineer who has experience with cobot and robotic systems used in metal fabrication and low-volume, high mix assembly operations. He enjoys working on projects in a team oriented setting and seeks an new opportunity in central Wisconsin where he can build his interest in robotics and automation in a collaborative environment.
Although Labor Day has passed, it’s not too late to discuss how either of our Engineering “All-Stars” could help your manufacturing organization celebrate new engineering achievements and contributions this fall. Direct message me or email to discuss or if you have any other staffing needs that we can be of help with.
Process Engineer, #62859
-More than 6 years process and production engineering experience within specialty chemical manufacturing
-Reduced raw material costs by more than $250K by implementing a process change in production
-Used data analysis/data mining tools to reduce variable costs by $120K by optimizing catalyst usage
-Lead Kaizen events and conducted root cause analysis to improve process, quality and safety
-Developed and implemented a new process to generate more than $300K in new revenues
-Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering, University of Arkansas
Automation Engineer, #62858
-Currently, implementing collaborative robotic systems in a low-volume, high mix assembly setting to increase productivity
-Used Polyscope script programming language to code Universal Robots cobots
-Experienced with FANUC robotics I/Os and coding architecture used on robotic paint, welding, and pick and place applications
-Extensive experience using Solidworks for 3D modeling and drawing related tasks
-Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering with minor in Electrical Engineering, Michigan Technological University
-Member/Alumni of the Big Red Theory Robotics Team which qualified for State and World Championship with FIRST Robotics