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Operations Industrial Engineer Summer Intern in Danvers, MA at ITW

Date Posted: 2/22/2019

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Seasonal/Temp
  • Location:
    Danvers, MA
  • Job Type:
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    2/22/2019

Job Description



SUMMARY:

Responsible for the management of the Devcon Packaging Improvement Project.  This project’s goal is to review the packaging offerings of the Devcon Production Line, simplify the product offerings, reduce change over and setup costs, propose new packaging concepts, and implement these proposals into the production line.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Reviews and analyzes the data of the packaging process. These techniques include process flows, BOM evaluations, product costing, and general data analysis.

  • Works with operators, supervisors, and managers of the product lines to understand the pain points in the process, identify waste in the process, and document process constraints.

  • Research different packaging techniques, options, and opportunities for the assembly line.  Including discussion with vendors, Capital Equipment, and identifying the requirements for the proposed solutions.

  • Perform cost analysis of the production line with the current method and the proposed solutions to determine the per product cost savings each option generates.

  • Develop and present recommendations to the team demonstrating costs, action plan, and timeline for implementation.

  • Manage the implementation of the approved proposals into the production line working with all relevant team parties including production, supply chain, change management, and maintenance. 

  • Track cost savings and demonstrate the true savings of the implemented program. 

Job Requirements



 




SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:


Pursuing an Industrial Engineering Degree or applicable Engineering Discipline.





PREFERED SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES:


Familiarity with Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma, Continuous Improvement or similar techniques is preferred.