Ink and Supplies Engineer
Applies developed subject matter knowledge to solve common and complex business issues within established guidelines and recommends appropriate alternatives. Works on problems of diverse complexity and scope. May act as a team or project leader providing direction to team activities and facilitates information validation and team decision making process. Exercises independent judgment within generally defined policies and practices to identify and select a solution. Ability to handle most unique situations. May seek advice in order to make decisions on complex business issues.
- Designs engineering solutions for chemical- based processes, technologies, and formulations for product design and manufacturing based on established chemistry and engineering principles and in accordance with development technology practices and guidelines.
- Develops and implements chemical process and operating equipment specifications, chemical formulations, and test plans for new and existing products; assists manufacturing partners with issue diagnosis and problem-solving.
- Collaborates and communicates with management, internal, and outsourced research and development partners regarding design status, project progress, and issue resolution.
- Leads a project team of other chemists and chemical engineers and internal and outsourced research and development partners to develop reliable, cost effective and high quality solutions for moderately-complex products.
- Represents the chemistry team for all phases of larger and more-complex development projects.
- Provides guidance and mentoring to less- experienced staff members.
Education and Experience Required:
- Bachelor's, Master's or PHD degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, or equivalent Typically 4-6 years experience.
Knowledge and Skills:
- Experience with and understanding of chemistry concepts, practices, and laboratory procedures
- Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
- Strong understanding and experience in designing chemical formulations and processes and associated production tooling and processes.
- Defining and performing chemical and process analysis to test formulations and resolve manufacturing issues.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills; mastery in English and local language.
- Ability to effectively communicate process architectures and product formulations, design proposals and negotiate options at management levels.
- Strong Microsoft Office skills (Excel, Word, PowerPoint).
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