The Process Control Engineer position reports to the Process Control Manager for the Arkansas Kraft Division. This person will be responsible for day to day maintenance, new project implementation and system reliability for all mill automation systems which include Foxboro DCS, ABB QCS and Allen Bradley PLC’s. Position will also be responsible for support of automation data collection and reporting systems, network systems, and automation system security.
Beyond making day-to-day enhancements, the incumbent will stay abreast of new technologies and help maintain a vision to support the strategy of being the leader in our business. This includes avoiding equipment obsolescence while prudently managing equipment costs.
The Arkansas Kraft Division maintenance training program produces competent technical craftspeople who welcome opportunities to expand their skills to become proficient in more advanced control strategies and systems. The Process Control Engineer will always leverage the support infrastructure and encourage involvement. Occasionally, the incumbent may be asked to train others in a classroom.
An undergraduate degree in engineering is preferred, experience in lieu of a degree may be considered. The Process Control Engineer should have 5 years of recent experience working in a large industrial environment, preferably an integrated paper mill.
Has superior verbal and written communication skills and the ability to effectively deliver and reinforce consistent messages at all levels.
Conveys the credibility to work with other departments to achieve AKD’s vision and strategies.
Has the ability to effectively work with various operating groups meeting their needs while always focusing on the overall improvement of a solid operational system.
Serve as a resource that removes barriers and helps our front-line employees excel in all aspects of process improvement and variation reduction.
Additional Salary Information: In addition to a competitive wage, the selected candidate will enjoy an excellent benefit package including Medical, Dental, Prescription Drug, Life, STD, LTD, and company matching 401(k).
About Green Bay Packaging Inc., Arkansas Kraft Division
Green Bay Packaging Inc. is a privately owned, diversified manufacturer of paperboard packaging. Founded by George F. Kress in 1933, the company employs more than 3000 people and consists of 30 divisions operating in 15 states.
As an integrated manufacturer, our company's two paper mills manufacture linerboard, which is supplied to Green Bay Packaging's corrugated box plants as well as to other... manufacturers. The Green Bay Mill is a fully-integrated pulp and paper mill that manufacturers 100% recycled containerboard while our Arkansas Kraft Mill utilizes a large percentage of recycled materials to produce kraft linerboard and medium.
Green Bay Packaging's Arkansas Kraft Division is a fully-integrated pulp and paperboard mill. Being fully integrated means we utilize a large percentage of recycled materials to produce kraft linerboard and medium. By recycling fiber in various forms, we are able to conserve substantial landfill acres annually. Average daily production of unbleached kraft linerboard and medium is between 1,100 and 1,250 tons. Our staff of educated, experienced and highly skilled employees is dedicated to producing only the highest quality paperboard in the industry.
• A two paper machine, fully integrated facility with pulp/power/and recycled fiber capacity.
• Linerboard and corrugating medium production capability in basis weights from 26#/MSF to 69# /MSF
• Quality is part of the development and production process all along the line. Our ISO 9001:2008 certification underscores our commitment to continuous improvement.
Green Bay Packaging was founded on the idea of finding innovative solutions to meet specific customer needs. Over the years, those needs have changed. What hasn't changed is our commitment. Our focus is on channeling all of our advanced, affordable packaging solutions available to exceed expectations for performance, customer service, and quality.
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