Industrial Engineer-New Grad/Entry Level

GENERAL SUMMARY: Responsible for providing Industrial Engineering support to DC's/campuses, as needed. Key working relationships will be with divisional engineering managers. Specific responsibilities, in addition to core I.E. requirements, include capacity and cost analyses of distribution networks. ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Core Industrial Engineering competencies required; including, but not limited to time/motion studies, process flow analyses and improvements, conceptual process and material handling design capability. Demonstrate strong warehouse operations knowledge at the functional level of detail. Provide analyses of capacity impacts for all divisional projects. Provide ongoing cause and effect analyses. Create capacity models, tools and templates for analyses, measurement and ongoing reporting. Provide analytical support on projects during conceptual/evaluation phase to assess potential costs and/or benefits. Identify capacity impacts to distribution centers associated with varying parameters within the supply chain. Develop database models, which simulate distribution operations and estimate impacts to throughput (inbound and outbound) and/or storage capacities due to changes in business requirements. Understand and quantify differences between physical and operating capacities within distribution facilities. Maintain current capacity utilization metrics for all distribution centers on key operating capacities. Ensure consistency of capacity reporting across the division. ORGANIZATION RELATIONSHIPS: Works closely with Campus and Divisional Engineers. Develops and maintains a thorough understanding of divisional and brand organizational structures. Demonstrates proven written & verbal communication skills. Displays teamwork abilities.


Demonstrated experience in applying core Industrial Engineering practices.

Knowledgeable of supply chain relationships and volume flows.

Strong interpersonal and human relation skills.

Strong written and oral communication skills.

Strong ability to manage multiple tasks with confidence.

Strong time management skills.

Knowledge of network capacity design software, such as MatLab, Cast, Arena, etc. will be preferred

Knowledgeable of distribution methods and operating systems.

Knowledge of Excel, Access, and PowerPoint.

Minimum Education:

Bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering or equivalent, advanced degree preferred.

Minimum Experience:

1 to 3 years industrial engineering experience.

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