Lead Engineer Mechanical (Corinth, MS)
Lead Engineer Mechanical (Corinth, MS)
As a person, you’re a learner – a natural leader – someone who is always taking initiative to make things better and bring others along with you. You live your life in alignment with the highest values of integrity and quality, always ensuring your responsibilities become a long-term success story. In this role, you’ll help us deliver better care for billions of people around the world. It starts with YOU.
The Mechanical Engineer for this role will provide guidance in design, development, optimization and problem solving of Non-wovens, Converting/Packaging, and Mill Utility equipment. Candidates must have expertise across multiple technologies and will have a demonstrated ability to effectively interface with a broad range of team members. The incumbent reports to Engineering and Reliability Manager and receives direction in the form of broad and specific project objectives and daily accountability meetings.
This role is located in Corinth, MS at our Corinth Mill.
In this role, you will:
- Carry out all job responsibilities in a safe and effective manner. Develop equipment and processes that meet safety codes, policies and guidelines. Provide for the safety and well-being of operators, maintenance, and other personnel.
- Lead various engineering projects with a financial scope of $5 to $10 million from conception through commercialization.
- Provide functional guidance in the design, development, and optimization of tissue converting equipment and processes to meet unit objective.
- Develop knowledge and skills in application of engineering principles, scientific analysis, and project management.
- Seek, recognize, define, and solve problems to achieve unit objectives while collaborating and maintaining relationships with technicians, reliability team members, staff, and outside vendors/contractors.
- Identify complex technical issues and provide necessary solutions to eliminate root cause.
- Provide on-call and on-site support coverage occasionally/as needed.
- Actively demonstrate Environmental, Health and Safety as a value through active leadership, positive influence of mindsets and by identifying and addressing risks to prevent loss to our people, processes, and materials, while ensuring compliance with regulations, corporate policies, and plant guidelines.
At Kimberly-Clark, you’ll be part of the best teams committed to driving innovation and growth. We’re founded on 150 years of market leadership, and we’re always looking for new and better ways to perform—so what can you do with that? There’s no time like the present to make an impact at Kimberly-Clark. It’s all here for you at Kimberly-Clark.
Led by Purpose. Driven by You.
You’re driven to perform at the highest level possible, and you appreciate a performance culture fueled by authentic caring. You want to be part of a company actively dedicated to sustainability, inclusion, wellbeing, and career development.
To succeed in this role, you will need the following qualifications:
- Bachelor’s or advanced degree in Mechanical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering Technology from an accredited college and university
- 3+ years of experience in a variety of technical or operational assignments is preferred.
- Working Knowledge
- Ancillary Manufacturing Processes and Systems
- Machine Safety Design
- Project Management and Execution Practices
- Technical Documentation, Communication, and Report Writing
- Total Asset Life Cycle Management
- Lean Manufacturing technologies.
- A demonstrated ability to work independently or to lead a team to complete projects within required timeframes.
- Collaborative Leadership style with the ability to improve teamwork and drive results.
Here are a few of the benefits you’d enjoy. For a complete overview, see www.mykcbenefits.com.
- Great support for good health with medical, dental, and vision coverage options. No waiting periods or pre-existing condition restrictions. Access to an on-site fitness center, occupational health nurse, and allowances for high-quality safety equipment.
- Flexible Savings and spending accounts to maximize health care options and stretch dollars when caring for yourself or dependents.
- Diverse income protection insurance options to protect yourself and your family in case of illness, injury, or other unexpected events.
- Additional programs and support to continue your education, adopt a child, relocate, or even find temporary childcare.
For Kimberly-Clark to grow and prosper, we must be an inclusive organization that applies the diverse experiences and passions of its team members to brands that make life better for people all around the world. We actively seek to build a workforce that reflects the experiences of our consumers. When you bring your original thinking to Kimberly-Clark, you fuel the continued success of our enterprise. We are a committed equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, pregnancy, genetic information, citizenship status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Additional information about the compensation and benefits for this role are available upon request. You may contact 866-444-4516 or firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. You must include the six digit Job # with your request.
The statements above are intended to describe the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to this classification. Statements are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and skills required for this position.
K-C will support in-country relocation for the chosen candidate for the role. The benefits provided will be per the terms of K-C’s applicable mobility policies. The benefits/policy provided will decided in K-C’s sole discretion.