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Engineering, Technology, Quality and EH&S

Engineering is at the heart of the corrugated packaging industry. Chemical, electrical, mechanical, civil, environmental, and industrial engineers are needed to ensure the smooth operation and productivity of mills and plants through project implementation, process control, equipment planning, design, contractor management and more. Safety is also a big priority in the corrugated packaging industry.

Positions within this area help achieve the desired safety and quality initiatives set forth by the company. Role examples may include ensuring compliance to company policies, laboratory testing, conducting regulatory assessments, performing environmental compliance testing, developing measures to address ergonomics, air quality and other aspects of workplace safety.

Skills & Education

The skill set and desired qualifications vary by position, but generally include:

Level of Education:

Bachelor’s (BS) degree or
equivalent experience required

Preferred Skills:
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills;  Presentation and delivery skills
  • Aptitude for organization, prioritization and managing multiple tasks
  • Ability to work in a collaborative fashion to accomplish requirements and objectives
  • Ability to take direction and “drive” initiatives with minimal need for oversight
  • Experience in providing technical support on manufacturing equipment and processes
  • Ability to work well with consulting engineers, local utility providers, and local authorities having jurisdiction
Sample Engineering, Technology, Quality and EH&S Jobs

Click on each job title below for a description of job responsibilities:

Environmental Engineer

Environmental Engineers assist in overall planning and installation of equipment relating to environment systems, perform testing, serve as liaisons between organization and regulatory agencies, renew permits and licenses, and provide laboratory oversight.

Plant Optimization Engineer

Plant Optimization Engineers are an early-career engineering role that provide engineering support to all plant functions to include operations, maintenance, and other corrugated plant functional areas. They provide support to optimize plant equipment, improve reliability, enhance, and sustain product quality while maximizing throughput and product revenue. 

Safety Manager

Safety Managers manage health and safety technical and regulatory support and program development to prevent occupational injuries and illnesses and to maintain compliance with U.S. health and safety regulations. 

Staff Engineer – Mechanical

Staff Engineers provide technical support to business and manufacturing operations. They valuate, select and apply standard engineering techniques, procedures and criteria using judgment in making adaptations and modifications, and provide project management support.

Quality Systems Manager

Quality Systems Managers are responsible for quality, environmental, health, and food safety programs within the plant to ensure production of a high-quality product to meet customer needs. As a member of the plant management team, the Quality Systems Manager is responsible for evaluating opportunities to improve overall plant performance and profitability.

EHS Coordinator

The EHS Coordinator is responsible for coordinating all day-to-day activities related to meeting all environmental, health and safety standards established by applicable regulation, as well as policies and procedures established internally. This role supports and fosters the safety culture and safety and environmental compliance of the manufacturing facility(ies).

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