Job Postings from Regeneron for IE!
From Alum Ryan Loggins Ryan.Loggins@regeneron.com: These are the current roles I have open on my team that would be good for an IE.
- As an Industrial Engineer, you would be responsible for identifying opportunities for improving efficiencies, decreasing waste, and developing more robust business processes. As an Industrial Engineer you will also enforce and advance a culture of operational excellence and continuous improvement by working with individuals across all levels of the organization to advance our goals.
Sr Manufacturing Data Management Specialist
- Manages and understands all aspects of the Large-Scale Manufacturing data landscape and establishes standardization and efficiencies in areas consisting of, but not limited to, structure, utilization, documentation, integrity, and end-user requirements.
Sr Manufacturing Planning Specialist
- Performs tasks related to the planning of global manufacturing operations, tracking and analysis of production metrics, coordination of non-manufacturing activities such as maintenance and validation, and analyzing multi-site production capacity.
Sr Manufacturing Change Specialist
- This role is responsible for developing and executing a master change portfolio with changes and projects relating to IOPS bulk production. This role will work closely with the change owners, project managers, programs managers, production planners, QA change control, and supporting functions to ensure alignment and accountability to the master plan. This role will also develop implementation strategies that align with the resources across different parts of the business.
Manufacturing Project Specialist – Manufacturing Systems
- Performs tasks related to the management of manufacturing IT projects including the implementation of the MES system for large scale bulk API production in Rensselaer NY. The role will collaborate cross-functionally to ensure that our systems and technology are meeting our business needs, interact with end users to gather meaningful feedback, and develop strategies around training and communication related to new projects.
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