Industrial Engineer

As an Industrial Engineer you will monitor current practices and recommends more efficient and cost effective ways of designing operational processes and determine how to best utilize work force, technology and other resources to achieve maximum productivity within budgetary constraints.
Responsibilities Include:
Observes current operations and processes and gains understanding of all elements influencing work flow.
Determines best utilization of resources to attain desired outcomes.
Develops work and process flows to eliminate or mitigate blockages or slowdowns in existing processes.
Redesigns processes to maximize efficiency and productivity.
Establishes methodologies and metrics to monitor trends and to identify potential problems that require resolution.
Recommends alternative methodologies to existing practices that will maximize efficiency and that are cost effective.
Develops and oversees implementation of process improvement programs.
Participates in communication efforts regarding operational efficiencies, costs and productivity.
Bachelor's Degree in a related field involving analysis, required. Degree concentration in Industrial Engineering, Science or Organizational Management, preferred.
Minimum of five (5) years experience in related field involving problem solving, organizational design and analysis, required.

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