Project Engineer

Project Engineer Tulsa, OK $80-120K + bonus   We are recruiting for a global food manufacturing company in the Tulsa, OK area. The Project Engineer will drive capital projects. The Project Engineer will report to the Engineering Manager. Key Responsibilities:   Evaluate team functional capability and identify gaps within the project team. Provide leadership for an effective and cohesive team. Lead the team in identifying non-capital alternatives or lower capital options. Ensure excellence in adherence to PSM, SHE, MIQA, GMP and export controls. Define and analyze KPI's. Responsible for the development and implementation of Project Quality Plans. Manage overall project expenses up to $30MM. Job Qualifications:   Bachelors of Engineering degreerequired. Chemical Engineering preferred. Professional Engineering and/or PMP certification preferred. Experience in pharmaceutical / food manufacturing is a must. Strong leadership skills, ability to prioritize, and manage multiple tasks. Experience managing projects totaling $500,000 and above. Experience with SAP/R3, Documentum, SOX project reconciliation, MS Project, and 3D Modeling Software. Additional Incentives:   Medical Benefits Vacation and Paid Time Off (PTO) Flex Spending Account (FSA) Disability and Life Insurance Retirement Savings Plan (RSP) Maternity and Paternity Leave Tuition Reimbursement Relocation assistance capital project engineer, project engineer, chemical engineering, food, beverage, pharmaceutical, nutrition, dairy, manufacturing, engineering, project management, project management professional, PMP, SAP, PSM, process safety management, leadership.
Salary Range: $80K - $120K
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