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    At Therma-Tru you will work for a company that is focused on developing and investing in its people, products, and processes. You will work for an organization that promotes associate learning, growth, development, and having fun. As a Therma-Tru Process Engineer you will have the opportunity to be a change agent and drive the continuous improvement efforts in the production of our industry leading fiberglass and steel entry door systems. You will lead data-driven safety, quality, and productivity improvement projects using tools including Lean, PDCA, and Six Sigma.  You will actively take part in root cause analysis, process documentation, and implementation of corrective actions to solve problems.  You will work with and lead dynamic teams to prepare and implement capital improvement projects and drive the development of capable and robust products and processes. Come work for an organization that values your contributions and strives for continuous improvement through empowered associates.


    Health, Safety, and Environmental

    Therma Tru Corporation is committed to providing a safe workplace and promoting the health and safety of its associates.  Workplace safety and managing the operation of our company in an environmentally responsible manner is the responsibility of each associate.  Associates are responsible for participating in our Company’s incident and injury prevention programs as well as our Company’s environmental programs.  All associates must comply with our environmental, health and safety polices and procedures as well as federal, state and local regulations.


    The process engineer with a focus on Industrial Engineering must act as a safety champion in the Butler Manufacturing Operations and drive safety improvements daily through the following actions:


    1)      Actively participate in the VBS (Values Based Safety) Program

    2)      Participate in incident investigations and resolutions

    3)      Develop process improvements with a “safety first” attitude regarding material handling. 

    4)      Immediately address any potential safety issues with the appropriate personnel

    5)      Review and evaluate ergonomic and safety concerns and risks for all activities and projects


    Focus on safety and ergonomics are a required and essential part of this role.


    In this position, you’ll have the opportunity to: Lead the transformation in the Butler Manufacturing Operations as well as company-wide with regards to Industrial Engineering. You will drive improvements through all facets of the Value Stream from supplier to customer. This position is essential in developing a culture of continuous improvement, lean manufacturing.    


    • Develop TTB Standards and Sustainability for such Standards. Including but not limited to:
      • 5S Program
      • CI Overhaul and system
      • Collaborate with safety and operations to insure alignment.
      • Plant Standards – ERP, routing, signage, markings, etc.
    • Act as an agent for cultural change and challenge the status quo
    • Lead and facilitate process improvements and strategic capital projects
    • Lead cross functional teams in utilizing value stream mapping to define current and future state
    • Support the development and use of plant standards for 5S and visual management
    • Collaborate with plant and corporate Continuous Improvement teams to share best practices
    • Develop standards utilizing Industrial Engineering techniques including time study, spaghetti diagrams and value stream mapping.
    • Review production information to understand methods and activities in manufacturing and services. This includes, but is not limited to, production schedules, process flows and engineering specs


    • 4 year technical degree required, Industrial or Industrial Systems Engineer preferred
    • Minimum of 5-10 years of industrial engineering experience
    • Knowledge and application of improvement tools including PDCA, SMED, VSM, 8D Problem Solving, and 5S
    • Passion and drive to continuously improve plant operations.
    • Proven interpersonal & communication skills at all organizational levels
    • Proven & effective facilitation, leadership, mentoring, and training skills.
    • Knowledge of production processes, costs, quality control, raw materials and other methods for maximizing the efficient manufacture and distribution of goods.
    • Knowledge of the ways various systems interact and how changes in operations, the environment and other conditions will affect outcomes.


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