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Principal Engineer

Our client is looking for a degreed engineer with some varied experience that can bring new ideas to the table. The Principal Engineer will provide project management throughout the entire project life cycle, from concept through implementation and close-out. They are responsible for project metrics such as project deliverables, management of scope including changes required, budget management and timeline adherence. During the project life-cycle, you will employ appropriate project management techniques and work collaboratively with all Departments (Operations, Maintenance, Quality, Environmental Health &Safety, Continuous Improvement, R&D, Engineering, Warehouse, Supply Chain) to enhance one or more of the following categories, food safety, personnel safety, quality, manufacturing capability, cost, schedule, productivity, reliability and environmental compliance. You will also provide leadership, guidance, mentoring, or coaching as needed to enable cross-functional project managers to develop & execute projects when needed. You will manage contractors and OEM'S as appropriate to support project execution within scope, budget and timeline. You will ensure the projects are well defined and agreed to by the stakeholders in writing prior to project approval and execution. This position typically works Monday through Friday, however the position may require working different hours including weekends and some holidays as needed to meet business, customer, schedule or personnel or product requirements. WHAT DO YOU NEED TO BE CONSIDERED? You must have a degree in engineering or related technical field. (BSME, BSChE, BSEE, OR related technical degree) MUST have at least 5 years of engineering experience in a US Based food processing plant. (grocery products ideally) You must have a proven track record of accomplishments per the duties listed above.
Salary Range: $90K - $110K
Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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