Process Engineer

Job Title

Process Engineer

Job Description

In this role, you have the opportunity to
Lead the continuous improvement process in our warehouse, distribution and postponement operations. As well, you will be responsible for delivering process engineering capabilities and supporting change notice implementation and validation activities.

You are responsible for

  • Developing, implementing and trending process metrics to continuously monitor and improve distribution.
  • Supporting and executing process validation protocols, while helping to generate reports with Postponement Project Manager
  • Understanding and supporting training of the Lean tools and systems to the warehouse team including supervisors, team leads, and warehouse operators
  • Supporting Practical Problem Solving by utilizing PDCA (Plan-Do-Check-Act) and 8 Step Problem Solving Methods and document using A3 template
  • Identifying areas of improvements within warehouse, postponement processes and layouts, while supporting the development and updates of Value Stream Mapping for processes.
  • Supporting investigation and implementation of countermeasures to any efficiency, quality, or safety concern utilizing 3C forms.
  • Leading Kaizen events within the local distribution team, while helping to develop and support implementation of new Lean Tools into the warehouse (6S, Quick and Easy Kaizen, etc.)
  • Flexible to work overtime and different shift hours as required to support the Warehouse Operational need.

You are a part of
The Sleep & Respiratory Care (SRC) business unit, which exists to restore natural sleep and breathing. Our success spans more than three decades and can be attributed to our passion for deeply understanding the needs of the patients we serve. We leverage these insights to develop intuitive and seamlessly connected solutions that improve quality of life and help people rediscover their dreams. You will report to the Senior Manager of Distribution.

To succeed in this role, you should have the following skills and experience
  • Bachelor's degree in Engineering (required) with minimum of 1 year of experience in engineering with focus on supply chain and/or manufacturing
  • Process improvement experience using methodologies such as LEAN or Six Sigma
  • Project management or involvement in process improvement projects (required)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Self-starter with urgency, requiring minimum direction to make significant improvements
  • Experience with MS Office products required
  • Experience with SAP (preferred)

In return, we offer you
The opportunity to become engrossed in the supply chain operations within our Mount Pleasant distribution center. You drive local Lean and continuous improvement initiatives, which will improve customer satisfaction, reduce waste, increase efficiencies, decrease costs, reduce defects and eliminate variation in distribution.

Why should you join Philips?
Working at Philips is more than a job. It's a calling to create a healthier society through meaningful work, focused on improving 3 billion lives a year by delivering innovative solutions across the health continuum . Life at Philips is an opportunity for personal and professional growth. And a journey into the unexpected; our people often experience moments when their lives and careers come together in meaningful ways.

In addition to being purpose-driven, at Philips, we deeply believe in equality and that our people should be a reflection of the society and countries in which we operate. So we value our people in all aspects of diversity, whether generational, gender, experience, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, ability, nationality, or other aspects. We believe that a flexible and inclusive culture invites a full spectrum of ideas, opinions, and experiences into the decision-making, and strive to create it wherever possible.

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