Under the direction of the Program Manager, Engineering and Supportive Services, Office of State Printing, to perform the more difficult work in and to supervise a subordinate staff engaged in the engineering analysis of printing production methods, processes, and procedures, and to provide support in all areas of industrial engineering, including areas involving data processing systems.
Plans, organizes, assigns and checks work, gives instruction and assistance; evaluates performance and makes technical decisions in connection with the supervision of the work of a subordinate staff engaged in systems development; personally performs engineering studies relative to the design and installation of systems that will improve the operation of the Printing Plant; conducts utilization studies relative to setting workload standards for cost centers; conducts replacement surveys of production equipment to develop replacement schedules; develops techniques to measure production activities and develops recommendations for corrective action; does plant layout and determines production area and storage space requirements; recommends selection of equipment needed for production and material handling; coordinates with the Quality Control Engineer to simplify work and improve product quality; develops specifications for raw materials, and standards for production methods and procedures; advises production personnel on proper safety practices; supervises the systems development unit; performs other studies and special projects as assigned.
Experience: Five years of experience as an industrial engineer. (In appraising experience, more weight will be given to industrial engineering experience gained in a large scale printing operation.)
andEducation: Equivalent to graduation from college with a major in industrial or mechanical engineering, or a related field. (Additional qualifying experience in industrial engineering may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis.) andPossession of a valid certificate of Registration as an Industrial Engineer issued by the California Board of Registration of Professional Engineers.
Knowledge of: Principles and practices of industrial engineering and production management, work simplification; specification and procedure writing; methods analysis; plant layout; material handling; inventory control; production planning and control; systems approach to problem solving; principles of data processing; good supervisory techniques; and OSHA safety regulations applying to manufacturing operations; department's affirmative action objectives; a manager's role in the affirmative action program and the processes available to meet affirmative action objectives.
Ability to: Reason logically and creatively; analyze data and present conclusions in a concise manner; maintain effective working relationships; present information effectively both orally and in writing; develop detailed specifications; establish working priorities; plan projects, organize resources, and coordinate staff as a supervisor to accomplish desired results; understand and effectively carry out State and departmental equal employment opportunity and affirmative action policies.
Work Week Group: 4C