As a Technical Lead, you will be the IT primary point of contact. Primary focus will include IT oversight, support, communication, and knowledge sharing.
A successful candidate will be a member of the IT support team. This individual will be expected to build and foster effective relationships with the plant stakeholders for systems and technical needs. Good communication, trouble-shooting skills, manufacturing systems knowledge and relationship management skills will be additional keys to success. The role includes the following:
Lead/Align site IT team to Vision and Execute on our Business Initiatives and Bets
Own the overall technical roadmap to support the site Manufacturing Transformation
Own implementation of cyber security standards and process control security processes
Partner with process control, engineering, and IT organizations
Accountable for site-based IT projects (interfacing with end users, developing scope, evaluating alternatives, development, testing, implementation, documentation, training, and support).
Partner with Regional Manufacturing Support to enable emerging manufacturing solutions
Collaborate with other Koch companies to foster and leverage common solutions, platforms, and applications.
Support IT networks and systems
o Work with IT/OT on implementing best practices for network architecture and security o Develop/Drive adoption of standard systems, process visualization, and data analytics
What You Will Do In Your Role
A strong performer in this role will effectively apply our culture and MBM philosophy to:
Knowledge Share standards and best practices across the Manufacturing facilities
Proactively identify improvement opportunities and system enhancements
Achieve superior results through innovation and the application of technology
Work independently or as part of a team on projects at CPG sites.
Drive Operational Excellence with clear focus on Safety and Value Creation
The Experience You Will Bring
At least 5 years of experience working with Network Infrastructure in a Manufacturing Environment
At least 4 years of experience working with process/industrial control systems, PLC/SCADA or DCS
Experience with Manufacturing Systems (i.e. OSI PI Historian, FactoryTalk, Experion, DeltaV)
Knowledge of VM Ware, VM Hosts, Network Monitoring & Analysis, Cyber Security
Leading Manufacturing IT projects
Willing to travel up to 10% of the time
What Will Put You Ahead
Experience supporting IT and/or Process Engineers in a manufacturing operational environment
Experience providing reporting and/or analysis of manufacturing process data.
Knowledge of MES, ERP, CMMS, or Order Mgmt. Systems
Experience working with Automated Guiding Vehicles (AGV) and Industrial Automation
Bachelor's degree or higher in Engineering, Information Technology, or closely related field
Salary and Benefits Commensurate with Experience. Equal Opportunity Employer. Except where prohibited by state law, all offers of employment are conditioned upon successfully passing a drug test.