Senior Process Engineer I Nike

As our Sr. Process Engineer, you'll work with our Engineering staff to ensure that our Manufacturing group has the equipment and training necessary to transform raw materials into finished Nike Air product while utilizing cost effective methods and maintaining specified quality standards in a safe working environment. You will be responsible for operation, improvement and development of manufacturing processes, which produce Nike Air components. You will design and execute experiments to understand key variables between material, process, tooling and equipment. You'll provide technical leadership & support to maintain, repair and/or replace equipment and tooling. In addition, you will modify existing production equipment to improve both reliability and functionality. You will help drive engineering activities for new products, including providing support for prototype development trials and commercialization. This opportunity also involves providing technical support for our Materials Research & Development team. Qualifications Bachelor's degree in Engineering or other manufacturing related degree +5 years directly related work experience in high volume manufacturing 12 years directly related work experience may be considered in lieu of a degree Demonstrated expertise in injection molding Troubleshooting industrial machinery which requires knowledge in both electrical and mechanical systems Experience in design of experiments and strong statistical skills preferred Exposure to Lean manufacturing principles preferred Possess a detailed and methodical approach to problem solving Ability to work with associates of all levels including directors, managers, engineers, machine operators, quality technicians, line supervisors, and maintenance technicians Knowledge of plastics processing a plus Process knowledge of thermoforming a plus Process knowledge of radio frequency and other plastics welding technologies a plus Job ID: 00300556 Location: USA-Oregon-Beaverton Job Category: Manufacturing & Engineering

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