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Support the North American Liquid and Dry Beverage Business Units in packaging related initiatives. Work with other Engineers on key projects. This position requires strong knowledge in Packaging and Project Management. The Engineer will be required to created accurate and detailed budgets, interact fluently with suppliers and the internal customers, follow through with the purchase order process, write, attend and report on the Factory Acceptances Tests and provide their opinion that will assist the group and company to move forward in achieving their goals. Personnel Safety and Food Safety design standards will lead priority in all projects.
The Packaging Engineer also has the responsibility to analyze packaging components and materials, performing experimental tests, identifying problems, recommending improvements, and writing specifications to ensure package integrity. This position will concurrently support multiple projects at one or more facilities throughout the organization and report to the Director of Engineering, or as assigned