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This position is part of the Manufacturing Technology (MT) team supporting the Adhesive business within DuPont.
The MT team is accountable for the process technology needed to support the end-to-end manufacture of elastic adhesives products, intermediates, and primers at the plant sites and tollers. The MT team works across functions (MT, integrated operations & quality, contract manufacturing, EH&S, R&D, TS&D, commercial, marketing, and supply chain) to deliver results on projects in alignment with the site and business needs.
The EMEA MT role has primary responsibilities supporting and improving existing manufacturing operations as well as playing a key role in bringing process changes and new products to the site.
Your key responsibilities:
Demonstrate sincere personal leadership and accountability by being a role model for core values, business & site goals, and continuous improvement
Core member of the Schkopau Adhesives support staff; helps set the technical direction
Provide technical support for contract manufacturing projects
Lead and/or be a technical reviewer for manufacturing process changes; expertise with management of change (MOC) and change of design (COD) work processes;
Effectively provide technical support for Schkopau operations; assist with process upsets, root cause analyses, productivity and cost analysis, and continuous improvement projects, working closely to support/mentor/develop ATO, quality, and improvement engineers.
Team member on new product commercialization framework (NPCF) projects representing manufacturing during early phases thru commercialization; plays a role in defining and implement manufacturing process(es) to achieve project goals working closely across functions. Ensures a safe and efficient process is handed over to the operations team via product scale-up process (PSP).
Basic data development for capital projects;
Support the advancement of the process technology; work with Global Technology Guardians & Global Improvement Leader to execute the technology roadmap.
Your qualification profile:
Bachelor’s Degree (or higher) in Chemical or Mechanical Engineering
Several years of experience in manufacturing operations and/or capital / improvement projects as a manufacturing representative
Ability to diagnose and resolve complex process
Six Sigma or similar continuous improvement and statistical analysis experience is an advantage
Proven skills with MOC and/or COD is an advantage
Experience with polyurethane chemistries, mixing processes is an advantage
Experience with new product commercialization
Experience with process technology improvements/advancements is an advantage
Excellent interpersonal, written, and verbal communication skills is an advantage
Strong team player with an ability to work closely with cross functional teams
Fluency in English and German is required
Experience with capital project planning and execution
It is kindly requested to submit your CV in English
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