Mercedes-Benz: Building Exceptional Vehicles… and Careers!
The best chapters in Alabama’s automotive success story are yet to come. The Mercedes-Benz automobile of the future will be different; greener, more efficient, safer, and even more fascinating. Only one thing will never change – It will wear a star.
MBUSI is home to the GLE, GLE Coupe, and GLS Sport Utility Vehicles and the C-Class for the North American market. Our facility is one of the most advanced automotive manufacturing facilities in the world, with over 6 million square feet under one roof. The plant, located in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama, is positioned in an area of natural beauty and abundant natural resources.
MBUSI offers an excellent compensation and benefits package including health and life insurance, 401(k) and retirement, on-site child development and wellness facilities. MBUSI is committed to excellence and actively promotes teamwork, safety, quality, and continuous improvement within its ranks. Our Team Members share a common goal to always be the best premium auto manufacturer in North America.
Mercedes-Benz, U.S. International, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants. Mercedes-Benz U.S. International, Inc. follows all local, state and federal laws in all aspects of business.
All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply for any open positions.
Purpose of the Position: Under general supervision, responsible for the development, design, validation and project management of packaging projects, including new packaging designs, material conversions, packaging equipment procurement lifecycle and quality and regulatory compliance.
Identify, design, develop, evaluate and qualify innovative packaging processes.
Identify, lead and support cost reduction opportunities by qualifying alternate packaging materials, process improvements and packaging design optimization.
Design test plans to trouble shoot issues, identify root causes and ensure corrective actions are implemented to meet project milestones.
Support plant-driven packaging initiatives with technical expertise to complement current plant resources when required.
Support change control process and maintenance of business activities related to packaging.
Lead continuous improvement projects within the packaging department.
Develop and manage timelines for all packaging projects.
Consult with vendors, as required, regarding the technical aspects of design and development projects.
Review designs for feasibility and accuracy.
Identify, analyze and recommend new technologies or materials for specific applications.
Work closely with packaging suppliers to identify appropriate packaging components and materials.
Coordinate and perform packaging line trials.
Lead / participate in productivity teams that contribute to overall company cost savings objectives.
Prepare written policies, procedures, proposals and reports.