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Plastics Engineer

JOB DESCRIPTIONWe are a billion-dollar supplier and manufacturer of Life Science equipment that is experiencing tremendous growth both internally and through acquisition. As such, we are expanding our manufacturing operations. We make a line of medical supplies used by laboratories and pharmaceutical companies. We are looking for someone with a strong background in Polymer Process Engineering to be part of a new product development group. You will scale up and validate plastic forming processes used to manufacture new products. You will served as a subject matter expert and oversee work in our lab. 3 Awesome reasons to work here :Premier global manufacturing company making a difference in people's livesMultiple paths for career advancementGreat benefits package What you will be doing Support development of new products and drive the development processes for plastic forming processes (primarily injection molding) and secondary processes.Identify and provide plans to mitigate risksPlan and carry out experiments, provide data analysis to define new process parameters and control limits through use of rigorous statistical methodsDevelop resolution to complex technical problems and execute solutions within developed timelines. Research, identify, and propose best in class solutions.Lead design reviews for processes developedInterface with outside vendors that provide materials or services for assigned projects.Ensure Intellectual Property management process is followed, and any intellectual property developed as part of a project is properly documented. What you need for this Position :Bachelor's degree in Polymer Science, Plastics, Extrusion Engineering, Materials Science, Chemical Engineering or related5+ years of Plastics Engineering experiencePolymer Process Development experience with a focus on going from customer needs to marketed solutionProficient in injection molding process development including the use of scientific injection moldingWorking knowledge of statistical software such as MinitabExperience with secondary process techniques (Example: plastic part assembly methods) We'd be really excited if you have some of these additional skills and experiences:Experience with CAD drafting (Solidworks)Experience with stage gate process following ISO 9001 or ISO 13485, cGMP, Design ControlsExperience with disposable polymer products used in Life Science What's in it for you: This is a position designed for you to use your Injection Molding expertise, lead projects and quickly advance your career within the company through multiple possible career paths. In addition to a competitive salary ($90 - $125K) we offer a complete benefits package including pension, 401K, and medical benefits.

Craft Recruiting • Biddeford, U.S.

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Trade: Remote

Job Description:Lead and guide internal investigations related to potential regulatory violationsManage Trade Compliance investigations, to include reviewing and submitting Reportable Compliance Incidents, creating investigation work plans, interviewing employees, supporting root cause analysis and theidentification of effective corrective actions, reviewing documentation, and analyzing and compiling investigation resultsWork with Trade Compliance staff and business representatives to draft investigation work plans, complete root cause analysis, and develop effective corrective action plans for violations of regulations and Company policyOversee the completion of corrective actions, to include tracking, validating, reporting on, and closing corrective actionsDraft government disclosures, closure justifications, and extension requests, and compile enclosures for submissionCollaborate with Trade Compliance staff and business representatives to understand and document investigation scope, methodology, related policies and procedures, and other information necessary to completegovernment disclosures, closure justifications, and extension requestsTrack, update, and report on the status of all investigations, disclosures, and closure justificationsMaintain and contribute to CS Trade Compliance’s internal information web portal, file repositories, collaboration sites, and Trade software toolsAssist with responses to government or corporate inquiries on ITAR, EAR, Customs, and other trade related mattersContribute to the development of case studies, policies and procedures, trainings, and communications related to trade compliance issuesIdentify, recommend, and implement process improvementsAssist with the execution of special projects related to compliance mattersReports to the Manager, Trade Compliance Strategic Applications in the Communications Systems segment.Strong investigative skills with prior experience investigating ITAR, EAR, OFAC, and Customs mattersSubject matter expertise in understanding government regulations with primary focus on ITAR, EAR, and Customs requirementsEnsure compliance with ITAR, EAR, and Customs regulations including providing compliance guidance to both internal and external customersMust possess excellent writing skills, be able to assimilate and analyze complex information and draft clear and concise narrativesProject Management expertise, including the ability to effectively track, update, and report on various investigations, disclosures, and internal closures,while collaborating on and progressing other investigations, disclosures,and internal closuresAbility to multitask, context switch, and efficiently and effectively manage workload to include competing priorities and deadlines, ensuring on-timecompletion of activitiesStrong sense of accountability and responsibilityKeen judgment, discretion, and ability to maintain confidential information.Strong interpersonal skills and effective oral communication skillsAbility to work independently and perform duties with minimum supervision or direction while remaining a team player Education and Experience Requirements:Bachelor’s Degree and minimum 6 years of prior relevant experience; Graduate Degree and a minimum of 4 years of prior related experienceStrong candidates will have prior ITAR consent agreement experience or a law degree from an accredited universitySubject Matter Expert in ITAR, EAR, and Customs regulations.Advanced skills and expertise using SharePoint and Microsoft Office tools, particularly Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNoteLicensed Customs Broker.

Careerbuilder • New York, U.S.

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Regional In-store Logistics Manager | IKEA | Dubai

Job SummaryManage & Support the In-Store Goods Flow operations for existing & new IKEA Store’s by constantly improving excellence in logistical operations in the area of Goods Flow. Ensure all operational metrics for Commercial Build up are achieved as per the project timelines for new stores.Contribute to securing availability of our offer through all sales channels thereby strengthening the customer’s perceived availability with high merchandising quality and at the lowest possible cost.Strengthen the main objectives of IKEA to be leader in life at home in our local market and achieve growth and sustained long term profitability.Review the running stores Goods Flow operational performance by measuring the parameters in Navision and analysing the deviations in the stores monthly KPI’s.Monitor the new stores KPI post the opening, follow up 3 to 6 months into the new stores operations to secure that all ISL parameters are secured as per commercial brief agreements.Conduct ISL – 7 Steps trainings and competency workshops to enhance the knowledge of the Goods Flow team along with the Commercial Team partners thereby raising awareness of the Logistical operations carried out within an IKEA store.Existing IKEA StoresMatrix with the Goods Flow managers across the IKEA stores and secure excellence in the planning and execution of the goods flow process in co-operation with the ISL manager & business partners.Lead and inspire the Goods Flow Managers by providing support with the necessary tools and methods to enhance their functional competency development in order to secure succession planning.Actively support in planning, developing and improving logistics supply operations within the stores.Play and active role in ensuring that all the Goods Flow logistical KPIs are delivered as per the agreed business plan.Support the stores in securing efficient goods flow operations in a cost effective manner while maximizing overall commercial results.Support in analysing stock development with SSS partners and Goods flow managers to ensure a smooth flow of goods from external partners, ensure there is a healthy stock situation for all strategic articles.Ensure there is adequate emphases given for securing a safe working environment for the Good Flow teams, especially during the night replenishment operations with regards to health and safety in goods handling.Work together with partners in the supply chain to achieve a high and stable level of product availability for customers at all times.Live the IKEA and Al-Futtaim values and nurture a strong and living culture within the teams.New IKEA Store Project Support:Support the Expansion/Logistics strategy by ensuring the In – store logistic prerequisites are delivered in a timely manner as per the expansion project time plan, thereby ensuring a smooth Goods Flow during the build-up process for CBU 1 & CBU 2.Mentor, coach and support with recruitment for new stores as per the recruitment process in order to secure competency within the ISL team.Secure the right quantity of MHE for the logistics department by working with the Volume Based Resource Planning tool.Carry out project evaluation regarding the construction of the store for logistic areas.Secure all logistics areas Retail/ Back areas by working with the Dimensioning tool in order to ensure the store is built in order to secure 5 year sold volume capacity in store.Ensure the store warehouse racking is dimensioned in the most optimal (IKEA & EURO PALLET SPLIT) manner taking into consideration the construction aspects in order to secure a safe working environment for the ISL team.Ensure all checklists during CBU 1 & CBU 2 stage are worked with aggressively in order to tighten in store routines for goods handling and store safety.Ensure volumes sold split of 80/20 in terms of pieces sold through the Self-Serve / Full Serve area during commercial brief stage is secured.Secure the Goods Receiving Handover Checklist along with Customer Relations in order to ensure the store is ready for CBU 2 phase from a safety and security aspect.Secure a Service Level Agreement for the MHE and Racking audit is in place as soon as the store is handed over by construction to the In-store Logistics manager.Secure the Density in MH, Children’s IKEA & Kitchen accessories as per the IKEA benchmark figure.Ensure all logistics shortcuts, hotspots are secured and worked with during the commercial brief stage by liaising with the expansion commercial team on the same, as per the initial request from the in-store logistics manager of the store.Secure optimum service level at each step of the CBU 1 & 2 and ensure efficient build up stock to target highest service level at each step of the project and at opening time.Sales Supply Support & InventorySupport with ensuring the right service level of articles is ordered as per the range file and GPS input.Secure system integrity during the build-up phase in CBU 2 by ensuring all the relevant system parameters are in place i.e. Sales Space Management, RTS, Fill rate, Flexi sales to secure Common Planning Concept is worked with in the beginning. Organizational Readiness document to be tracked pre/post opening.Ensure the KPI’s for SSS are tracked right from the beginning in order to detect any deviation in the Service Level per HFB by securing a healthy stock on hand, on invoice and on order in the pipeline for the strategic articles in SL 1 & 2.Ensure the inventory team has an inventory cycle plan in place and the same is followed by securing a complete count for the store before store opening. (Displays, Room sets, fixed assets, buffer & picking locations, Sales support areas).Liaise with the import specialist to ensure all containers are received as per the agreed time plan and the flow of goods receiving is secured in order to reduce any demurrage at port.Plan and review the in-store logistics stock control system in order to ensure system accuracy and minimize discrepancies.Store Operating ProceduresEnsure the In-store logistics team has two set of SOP’s one for the build-up stage and one for operating a running store.Proof read and support with drafting the SOP of the ISL dept for both situations build up & post opening.Conduct an SOP test as per the expansion process to secure the ISL co-workers are well versed with the department SOP as well as the common SOP required to be learnt by all co-workers in store.Training & WorkshopsSupport the ISL manager by securing the transfer of know how during the expansion/build up process.Secure that the ISL co-workers are aware of the IKEA Concept, Safety routines, ISL process, Transfer Types, inventory process before store opening.Ensure the ISL 7 steps are touched upon for the Line Managers/ senior in ISL pre/post opening.Ensure the ISL Line Managers are aware of the contributions they have on the P & L and what lines they impact directly.Ensure the Recovery senior is taken through the Casey claim process along with the goods flow Manager.Ensure Navision training is given to all the ISL Line Manages & Seniors/Co-workers based on their job roles.Ensure the ISL Line managers/ seniors along with sales shopkeepers are taken through the Sales Space Management training.Ensure all the commercial team members are aware of the Transfer Types and the tracking of the same.Secure a Stock Loss Group post opening with the Recovery manager leading the team comprising of co-workers from the different areas of the store to secure knowledge and competences within the ISL organization.

EDARABIA • Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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Ingénieur projets – Dispositifs médicaux

Description de l'offreNotre client, leader mondial dans le domaine des dispositifs médicaux, est actuellement à la recherche d’un(e) ingénieur projet.Description du poste :Rédiger et exécuter des protocoles d’essais en respectant les standards internes.Définir et participer aux étapes d’industrialisation et / ou amélioration de procédés de fabricationDéfinir la stratégie et exécuter les validations initiales des nouveaux procédés et équipements complexesParticiper au transfert technologique des procédés de fabrication définis et communiqués par les équipes Développement et projets,Créer ou mettre à jour la documentation projet ou du SMQ dans le cadre de son activité en conformités avec les standards internes.Soutenir les activités de production en prodiguant une expertise pour la résolution de difficultés process.Proposer, harmoniser et implémenter les méthodes de travail en vue de cette amélioration.Participer et/ou animer le processus d’analyse de risque,Participer si nécessaire au processus de déviation, investigation et CAPAParticipation aux validations ou revues périodiques,Réaliser un reporting régulier de son activité,Veiller au respect du système Qualité en vigueur, des bonnes pratiques de fabrication, des règles d’hygiène et de sécurité, des règles de fonctionnement de l’entreprise.Préparer la documentation technique nécessaire pour soutenir un examen des autorités compétentes concernées, en accord avec les normes applicables en vigueurLe profil :Diplôme d’ingénieur ou équivalent,Expérience d’au moins 2 ans en R&D ou en Engineering, idéalement acquise dans le domaine de la chimie des polymères, des dispositifs médicaux, en qualification / validationConnaissances de la norme ISO13485, des BPF et autres normes applicables au dispositif médicauxMaîtrise des outils informatiques de bureautique standardsFrançais et anglais courantExpérience projet en tant qu’acteur ou gestionnaire ayant permis de démontrer une aisance relationnelle, des capacités à dialoguer avec des interlocuteurs variés internes et externes à l’entreprise

Approach People Recruitment • Lausanne, Suisse

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Procurement Manager

The Role: Procurement ManagerSector: Real Estate Development / ConstructionLocation: LondonSalary: £50,000 to £60,000pa DOEOur client is a privately owned Real Estate Developer with projects underway internationally and a strong pipeline. To ensure their continued success we are looking for a dynamic Procurement Manager to join them in a newly created role.This is an amazing opportunity for an experienced Procurement Manager to join a growing and very well backed developer to work on mixed asset class projects.As Procurement Manager you will liaise with Project Managers in a variety of locations and be tasked with creating and analysing pricing data coming from various regions.What we are looking forFinancial and numerical skills – highly commercialHigh-level of attention to detail, ability to analyse dataExcellent analytical and problem-solving skills – a strong understanding of Project managementExceptional talent in negotiating and networkingSolid knowledge of supplier or third-party management softwareExceptional communication skills with the ability to foster strong supplier relationshipsExperience of working internationallyAbility to work to and drive towards deadlinesActively assess Quality of materials – Quality Assurance The Ideal Procurement ManagerConfident and accurate communicatorA background in purchasing, pricing and costing in a development / construction businessVery tech-savvy, highly analyticalAbility to travel internationally as requiredProduce and deliver reports to senior leadership

COREcruitment LTD • London, United Kingdom

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Laboratory Animal Caretaker

Position: Laboratory Animal Caretaker Location: Philadelphia, PA Duration: 7 Months (High possibility of extension) Responsibilities : Job Description: The laboratory animal caretaker is responsible for providing a variety of animal husbandry services in support of Clients mission. Job Responsibilities Provide brief description of four or five separate responsibilities (not tasks or activities): 1. Understands and follows all SOPs and Quality Assurance Standards. 2. Performs daily animal health checks and reports any abnormal animal conditions to the veterinary technician and /or Area Supervisor. 3. Disposes of dead animals following standard SOPs and policies. 4. Changes animal caging, to include feed and water, according to SOPs and/or specific approved protocols and the schedule established by the Area Supervisor. 5. Sexes and weans animals according the SOPs. 6. Maintains daily animal census sheets, room equipment and status form sheets, and other forms requested by the Area Supervisor. 7. Cleans and sanitizes animal facility, assigned rooms and cages according to SOPs. 8. Maintains and repairs animal caging and support equipment. 9. Receives, examines, transfers, identifies and properly houses incoming animal shipments according to SOPs. 10. Assist with the restraint, handling and manipulation of various animal species as requested by the investigators. 11. Perform routine cleaning, descaling, and preventative maintenance on the cage washers and autoclaves, including checking and cleaning filters and spray manifolds. 12. Process clean caging and accessory equipment appropriately, including putting bedding into cages and autoclaving cages and supplies. 13. Understand and follow appropriate SOPs, safety procedures, and quality assurance guide-lines. 14. Prepare and submit records, charts, logs, cage cards, and inventories as required by SOPs. 15. Other duties as assigned to support animal care and welfare. Education: Required Education: High School/GED This is a level 2A worker but this worker needs additional health clearances to work with animals. The worker will need a respiratory medical evaluation questionnaire completed, a baseline hearing test completed, medical clearance saying he/she is cleared to be respiratory mask fit tested, a recent TB test, a Q fever titer completed, a Tdap vaccine, and a hepatitis B vaccine/proof of immunity/declination form Languages: English ( Speak, Read, Write ) Skills: Preferred Experience: Prior experience working with animals in private practice, laboratory animal or zoo animal setting

Careerbuilder • Philadelphia, U.S.

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Doorman

Job SummaryRespond to guest requests for special arrangements or services (e.g., transportation, reservations, dry cleaning) by making arrangements or identifying appropriate providers. Respond to special requests from guests with unique needs and follow up to ensure satisfaction. Gather, summarize, and provide information to guests about the property and the surrounding area amenities, including special events and activities. Answer, record, and process all guest calls, messages, requests, questions, or concerns. Contact appropriate individual or department (e.g., Bellperson, Housekeeping) as necessary to resolve guest call, request, or problem. Review shift logs/daily memo books and document pertinent information in logbooks. Monitor club lounge for seating availability, service, safety, and well-being of guests. Report accidents, injuries, and unsafe work conditions to manager; and complete safety training and certifications.Follow all company policies and procedures, ensure uniform and personal appearance are clean and professional, maintain confidentiality of proprietary information, and protect company assets. Welcome and acknowledge all guests according to company standards, anticipate and address guests’ service needs, assist individuals with disabilities, and thank guests with genuine appreciation. Speak with others using clear and professional language, prepare and review written documents accurately and completely, and answer telephones using appropriate etiquette. Develop and maintain positive working relationships with others, support team to reach common goals, and listen and respond appropriately to the concerns of other employees. Comply with quality assurance expectations and standards. Stand, sit, or walk for an extended period of time or for an entire work shift. Move, lift, carry, push, pull, and place objects weighing less than or equal to 10 pounds. Perform other reasonable job duties as requested by Supervisors.

EDARABIA • Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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Senior Scheduler

OMEGA is an industry-leading engineering firm providing consulting services throughout the greater Chicago region. Their team of skilled professionals provides engineering consultation for significant projects, from large-scale expressways to multi-million-dollar roadways, bridges, transit stations, and railroad construction projects. With a client-focused approach, OMEGA provides consultation, quality control, and engineering excellence far ahead of the curve. Our services include civil engineering, construction management, program management, and structural engineering. We specialize in projects with a high degree of complexity and those which our clients deem of the highest importance. The OMEGA team has extensive engineering service experience serving clients including Illinois Department of Transportation, Illinois Tollway, Chicago Department of Transportation, Chicago Department of Water Management, as well as the surrounding counties and municipalities. POSITION SUMMARY OMEGA is seeking to fulfill the position of Senior Scheduler. Reporting to Program Executives, and to client, the Senior Scheduler will work collaboratively with senior leadership to monitor all scheduling needs from design through construction, integrate all scheduling related items while maintaining a master schedule, and develop scheduling reporting processes for the program. Current construction management project portfolio includes a $4 billion, 22-mile corridor widening and reconstruction project, and a multi-expressway interchange reconstruction project --one of the busiest traffic junctions in the world. RESPONSIBILITIESCollaborate with senior leadership to develop and lead all scheduling related items for a large scale transportation programProvide executive level scheduling updates and recommendationsProvide overall quality assurance and independent third party analysis pertaining to scheduling for all design and construction contractsParticipate in project meetings to discuss status of overall program schedule, scheduling conflicts, and recommendations for scheduling improvementsIntegrate scheduling elements such as land acquisition, utilities, design and construction into a comprehensive master scheduleCoordinate any scheduling issues with affected entitiesAdditional duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONSBachelor's degree in Civil Engineering or related fieldMinimum of ten years scheduling experience within the transportation or heavy civil industryStrong understanding of transportation construction practices, procedures and methods of constructionAccomplished in using the Critical Path Method (CPM) scheduling techniqueExcellent verbal, written and presentation skillsProficient in Primavera P6Ability to analyze scheduling problems and provide solutions in a timely mannerStrong interpersonal skills, including a positive and professional attitude

Careerbuilder • Springfield, U.S.

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Laboratory Technician - Houston, TX

Position Description:  As a Laboratory Technician, you will be responsible for supporting the manufacturing process in one of Goodyear's Chemical manufacturing plants. Goodyear Chemical is a division of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company which manufactures and markets rubber-related chemicals for various applications. You will also promote safety, environmental stewardship and housekeeping throughout the facility. Responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: Gather and analyze in-process and finished product samples to provide quality assurance and process control information for the manufacturing process using specific laboratory test methods and techniques Perform routine maintenance (e.g., change septums, gas cylinders) Run miscellaneous test methods (e.g., specific gravity, Brookfield viscosity, refractive index, flow index, density, melt point) Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing Ability to comprehend and employ both written and verbal instruction Abide by safe work standards including Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO), Fall Protection, Confined Spaces, and appropriate use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Adhere to Goodyear's attendance policy Perform a variety of manual tasks in varying temperatures for extended periods of time, which may include lifting light to heavy materials, climbing, standing, squatting, bending, and working at heights and/or confined spaces when applicable. Basic Qualifications:   HS Diploma/GED Must have completed a minimum of 20 semester hours of college level chemistry including: General Chemistry Organic Chemistry Quantitative Chemistry, and/or Instrumental Analytical Chemistry *Previous experience in instrumental laboratory testing can be substituted for up to four (4) hours of the required chemistry hours Must be at least 18 years of age Must be legally authorized to work in the US without company sponsorship now or in the future Must be able to successfully complete all post-offer, pre-employment contingencies Ability to work any and/or rotating shifts, weekends, holidays, or overtime if applicable Basic computer skills. Preferred Qualifications: BS degree in Chemistry or other science Previous experience in instrumental laboratory testing Previous military service experience within a technical specialty  Candidate Criteria: Self-motivated: demonstrates appropriate initiative with or without direct supervision  Hard worker: someone who works diligently to get tasks done Adaptability: the ability to make changes, and to be successful in changing environments Team player: an associate who can be counted on to assist the company in being successful whether working on a team or individual projects Ability to review, analyze, and interpret information, identify problems, and make decisions in routine and non-routine situations Commitment to working safely.

Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company • Houston, U.S.

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