Arconic Process Control Engineering Superintendent in Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Process Control Engineering Superintendent
Arconic is currently in search of a Process Control Engineering Superintendent to join our Global Rolled Products business unit in Lancaster, PA.
This position is to direct the activities for the facilities’ operational process network and plant floor process control systems. The incumbent is to implement and optimize process control and network systems with the objective of ensuing that plant operations remain in a high state of uptime and reliability.
Lead in a manner that drives the identification, implementation and documentation of best practices for process control systems. Interface with other Arconic organizations to benchmark and share best practices.
Provide leadership to identify and implement reliable processes to minimize disruption to plant operations.
Lead and drive achievement of department goals through promoting and practicing ABS concepts as well as leading the department Daily Management process.
Lead in a manner that recognizes that accident, injury, and environmental incident prevention are equal in importance to production, quality, delivery, recovery and cost control.
Direct supervision of the facility’s PCS Engineers
Accepts the responsibility to work safely and promote safety consciousness among other employees using the tools of Human Performance (HP).
Deploy short and long-term initiatives established for Process Control Systems and Infrastructure based on Lancaster location needs in collaboration with corporate PCS/IT organizations.
Provide oversight for all aspects of process control project assignments within the assigned area of expertise and responsibilities.
Participate in the annual development of the plant's three-year budget process through scope development, solicitation for quotes and generation of the related project description and budget cost information, particularly with plant and manufacturing computer system related projects and services.
Review control system hardware and maintain plan to ensure support of critical plant processes. Including spare parts, backups, failover and disaster recovery.
Ensure security of plant control systems through implementation of Cyber Security Protocol as well as adherence to corporate network segregation practices and ASAT requirements.
Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Computer Science, or Mathematics from an accredited institution
Minimum of 7 years’ experience in Process Control or IT environment.
Minimum 2 years supervisory experience
Minimum 2 years project management experience
Employees must be legally authorized to work in the United States. Verification of employment eligibility will be required at the time of hire. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position.
Process Controls Engineering experience preferably in a heavy manufacturing, industrial environment
Business Unit Group
Global Rolled Products