The Clorox Company EIC Senior Staff Engineer in Kennesaw, Georgia
Working in a participative team based environment, using World Class Operations (WCO) processes and principles, the Staff Engineer participates on teams developing, designing, installing and starting-up new products, product improvements and technology upgrades for larger projects. Plans and leads small to medium sized projects. Provides thorough and practical solutions to complex problems with minimal assistance. Works under general management and completed work is checked for technical soundness and accuracy. Contacts are usually intra-organizational and more frequently with outside suppliers and consultants.
Position requires approximately 60-70% travel.
Make your mark
At Clorox, we build big brands that make everyday life better, every day. We value our differences, and challenge each other to think and act boldly. We try new things, succeed, fail and keep learning. We work hard, and have busy personal lives. And we're all able to make a positive impact -- at Clorox, in our communities, and in the lives of millions of people who invite us into their homes. Make your mark and help us drive Good Growth -- growth that is profitable, sustainable and responsible.
Capital Project Management/Execution, Design, and Construction Management (Typical $100K - $1M)
Manage projects in accordance with Clorox Project Management Standards to achieve required results, timing, and budgetary targets
Manage outside engineering firms deliver project design details and to support project work. Provide leadership and supervision to construction contractors and equipment vendors. Manage spending to approved capital and expense budgets based on project estimates.
Deliver project safety performance objectives
Support cost savings initiatives to reduce project spending
Support and drive regulatory compliance
Technical Problem Solving and Engineering Services
Electrical, Instrumentation and Controls design
Ability to develop, read and interpret electrical drawings
Working knowledge of Allen Bradley hardware and software
Working knowledge of NEC and NFPA
Working knowledge of industrial power and lighting applications; power distribution; and MCC, conduit and wiring
Ability to develop, read and interpret electrical drawings
Support system start-up and operational checkout on systems including configuration, wiring, calibration, and power testing.
Provide hardware and software application support assistance to engineers and operations.
Utilize technical materials such as equipment manuals, system drawings, P&IDs, schematics and blue prints to troubleshoot and repair complex electrical/control systems.
Interpret industry, regulatory, and company specifications and standards and apply to projects.
Project Technical Feasibility Evaluations
Develop and manage estimates, financial analysis, contracts, and purchase orders. Includes the use of Early Management principles and activities to deliver customer expectations.
Provide technical expertise and insight to project teams on business and engineering needs and proposals.
Engineering Administrative Duties
Participate in and share information on technical seminars for departmental or cross functional training in order to stay up to date on current trends, changes, and technological advancements
Participate in strategy development and execution activities
Various administrative duties
Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution in Electrical / Controls Engineering (BS EE, BS ECE)
5 years of experience in an engineering role with capital projects
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
Position will require the candidate to be in manufacturing environment with rotating equipment, elevated surfaces, temperature variations etc.
Good business acumen and judgment
Demonstrated ability to achieve quality results and meet deadlines with minimal direction
Solid analytical skills
High level of initiative and ability to drive results with minimal supervision
Change management experience and discipline
Knowledge of Microsoft Office, SAP or equivalent, and utilization of Engineering Standards
TPM / Lean Manufacturing processes and techniques
Proven skills to effectively document and communicate technical information
Experience in batch, continuous, and discrete manufacturing a plus
Working knowledge of ANSI, IEC, NEMA a plus
Engineering or operations experience with consumer packaged goods packaging equipment and systems preferred
Background in consumer packaged goods environment
Excellent presentation skills to technical and non-technical audiences
Understands Continuous Improvement Methodology
Continuous improvement mindset
People and Leadership
Effective interpersonal skills and communication skills in formal and informal settings using both written and verbal communication skills
Motivation & commitment to lead and direct others to exceptional results
Analytical & decision making skills that integrate technical and business factors
Adaptation & flexibility skills to recognize the need for change and to initiate the change process
More about Clorox
The Clorox Company (NYSE: CLX) is a leading multinational manufacturer and marketer of consumer and professional products with 8,700 employees worldwide and fiscal year 2017 sales of $6 billion. In addition to our namesake bleach and cleaning products, we market some of the most trusted and recognized consumer brand names, including:
Brita® water-filtration products
Burt's Bees® natural personal care products
Fresh Step® cat litter
Glad® bags, wraps and containers
Hidden Valley® dressings and sauces
Liquid Plumr® clog removers
RenewLife® digestive health products
Rainbow Light®, Natural Vitality®, Neocell® and Stop Aging Now® dietary supplements
Professional services: Clorox Healthcare® and Clorox Commercial Solutions®
More than 80% of our sales are generated from brands that hold the No. 1 or No. 2 market share positions in their categories.
Making a positive impact
Clorox is a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact, a community of global leaders committed to sustainability. We've been broadly recognized for our corporate responsibility efforts, most notably being named to the Drucker Institute's 2017 Management Top 250 list, The Just 100: America's Top Corporate Citizens list, CR Magazine's 2018 Best Corporate Citizens list and the first sector-neutral Bloomberg Gender Equality Index in 2018.
We also support our communities, and, in FY2017, contributed $11 million in combined cash grants, product donations and cause marketing.
The Clorox Company and its subsidiaries is an EEO/AA/Protected Veteran/Disabled/LGBT employer.
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled