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Process Specialist

Process Specialist Niagara Falls, NY If you are interested in this position, please email your resume to (Mason) email removed Duties:
Reporting to the Production Leader, you will primarily be responsible for the following:
analyze process efficiency, find process improvement opportunities and provide technical support to the production teams; Participate in the day to day process improvement activities; Work with the production teams to support the basic care maintenance program; Participate in the work order request & approval process; Participate in the planning of the maintenance shutdown schedule; Participate in the planning of the operational shutdown jobs; Provide technical support during time of operational difficulty; Support development of production team members by acting as a technical resource.
Requirements:
Associates Degree or equivalent manufacturing experience with leadership responsibilities; Knowledge and hands-on experience in the pulp & paper industry required; Must be self-motivated, able to function autonomously, well organized, detail oriented and efficient under pressure; Good knowledge of automation, mechanical and computer skills; Should be a team player with strong problem solving skills; Must have a strong safety background & mindset; Teamwork skills are essential.
If you are interested in this position, please email your resume to (Mason) email removed .
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841.
4648, my cell at 248.
978.
8976, or text me any time until midnight PST (weekends are okay as well) if you have any questions.
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