Manufacturing Engineers – Do you want to be a part of a Sustainability Goal?

Every day, 1.3 billion people trust Kimberly-Clark products and the solutions they provide to make their lives better. With well-known family care and personal care brands such as Kleenex, Scott, Andrex, Huggies, Pull-Ups, Kotex, Poise and Depend we have a responsibility to attain a deeper understanding of our impact on the world.   Addressing Sustainability issues and incorporating solutions through all levels of Kimberly-Clark is a critical component of our business:  http://bit.ly/K-C-SustainVideo . Our goal is to create a better future through People, Planet and Products (Green Done Right).

 

Kimberly-Clark has set aggressive goals to make our mills and other manufacturing plants more sustainable but we need the best talent to do it.  Today we have various levels of engineering roles open, some of which are corporate and others in our paper mills in WI, GA, TN, OK and MS.   Get details on these jobs by using this link in IE: http://bit.ly/WorkingHere   and choose the “Job Category” of Operations/Manufacturing Management or Logistics/Supply Chain.  Many titles have “Continuous Improvement” and “Lean Manufacturing” in them.  We seek candidates that are familiar with Lean tools such as Value Stream Mapping, Five S, Kanban (pull systems), and poka-yoke (error-proofing).  For Continuous Improvement we seek certifications in Six Sigma on various levels using various tools such as Control Charting, Root Cause Analysis, Process Capability among others.

Don’t see anything that fits your current career plans?  Add your resume to our database using this link –  http://bit.ly/K-C_CareersWW because we will have many more jobs opening up in the near future that might be a better fit.  If you get into our database then you can be found by recruiters!

 

Some basic requirements and “nice to haves”:

  • Bachelor’s degree in engineering is required for all jobs
  • Experience with Lean tools or Continuous Improvement tools depending on the role and sometimes BOTH
  • Total minimal experience of about 10 years in a manufacturing environment required for all jobs and 3-5 years in either CIP or Lean roles
  • SixSigma certifications are sometimes required

 

Thanks for your consideration and if you do apply or just post your resume please indicate where you found this job announcement.

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