Process Leader

 Eau Claire, Wisconsin
 / Plant
Drylock Technologies Ltd. is a family-owned global hygiene products company, with a local office in Eau Claire, WI. By combining customer focus with product innovation and manufacturing, we provide the hygiene products of the future, today. As an employer, Drylock is committed to supporting you at work and at home, with great work/life balance, career growth tracks, and a top-level benefits package.

About Drylock Technologies

Drylock Technologies, with its headquarters in Belgium, Europe, is an innovative player in the hygiene market specialized in the production of baby diapers, feminine care products, and incontinence products. With plants in Europe, Brazil and in Eau Claire, Wisconsin and Reidsville, North Carolina, Drylock Technologies can rightfully be called a global player.

By working at Drylock, you become part of a highly innovative company that firmly believes that the future is green. You’ll work in an agile, dynamic environment, where initiative is highly valued and our people’s personal growth track matters.

Job description

  • Demonstrate Drylock Core Values: Safety, Respect, Ownership
  • Define Drylock Products converting equipment processes.
  • Develop process standards and control the documentation associated with all converting processes.
  • Resolve process issues and improve reliability through modifications as needed.
  • Validate equipment and material processing for all changes or new equipment.
  • Verify quality standard compliance on all process changes to equipment and material.
  • Design and develop packaging specifications.
  • Manage all aspects of trial process for equipment and material change to include test reports to qualify or disqualify proposed change through statistical process analysis.
  • Resolve manufacturing problems created by process issues.
  • Lead project initiatives as assigned.
  • Aid in training of operation team members for process management.
  • General project work as assigned.
  • Miscellaneous responsibilities as assigned.


  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Associate degree in Mechanical Engineering or similar field.
  • Computer and statistical skills preferred as applicable to quality control inspection in the manufacturing field.
  • An analytical background and the ability to use and understand statistics software, word, excel and power point are required.
  • Score a minimum of 60% on the Bennett Mechanical Aptitude test.

Our offer

  • Health, dental, and vision insurance
  • On-site health and wellness center
  • 401(k) retirement savings
  • Life and disability insurance
  • Product discounts
  • Employee prize giveaways
  • Employee contests … and more!
  • Pay: From $45k -55k


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