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JTI, a member of the Japan Tobacco Group of Companies, is a leading international tobacco manufacturer. With headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, and more than 40,000 employees worldwide, JTI has operations in more than 120 countries. It is the global owner of both Winston, the number two cigarette brand in the world, and Camel outside the USA and has the largest share in sales for both brands. Other global brands include Mevius and LD.
JTI is one of the first multinational companies to be established in Romania since 1993 and the first tobacco company that started to produce on the local market, in 1994. The company has also a national distribution system. JTI is engaged in supporting the local community, investing in a wide range of corporate social responsibility programs related to culture, society and environment.
JTI Romania is certified as a Top Employer Romania, Europe and Global 2020. In addition to the global certification achieved for the seventh year in a row, JTI was also ranked as Number One Top Employer for the Middle East, Europe, and the Asia Pacific regions.
At JTI, your career is firmly in your own hands. We strive to create an environment where the goals and needs of our business are supported by investment in people’s growth, providing you with opportunities to master your skills and reach your full potential through training and development programs, exciting local and international career opportunities.
At JTI, you can shape your future! If you like it, Join The Idea!
Technical University degree (preferably in Industrial Engineering);
Work experience in production environment;
Understanding of production processes;
Proficient in using MS Office (Excel - very good knowledge);
Good English knowledge;
Experience in working with SAP is considered an advantage
The Process Engineer is responsible for coordinating technical and process improvement activities in order to meet set production targets (KPIs and other internal targets) in line with EHS guidelines and ensuring 5S standards.
He / she manages continuous improvement activities within the associated production lines and supports actively the upcoming projects or changes regarding engineering, materials' specifications, new products and global initiatives.