Bridgestone Americas

Process Engineer Seam Tape

Employee Type
Regular Full-Time
Degree Preferred
4 Year Degree
Requisition ID
Posted Date
Functional Area

Company Overview

At Bridgestone, our dream is to become a truly global enterprise and to establish the Bridgestone brand as the undisputed world No. 1 brand in both name and substance. Across the globe, our entire team is focused on achieving this goal. The roots of our dream date back to the establishment of Bridgestone Tire Co., Ltd. in 1931. Anticipating the future potential of tires for passenger cars and the international development of the business, founder Shojiro Ishibashi used an English translation of his surname for the name of the company. Even then he may indeed have been dreaming of the future of the Bridgestone Group. As Japan's automobile industry grew, The Bridgestone Group expanded its business to become Japan's largest tire manufacturer. The company also actively expanded overseas, particularly in Asia. In 1988, the company acquired The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, a well respected global corporation with a venerable history of its own. This transformed Bridgestone into one of the world's largest tire and rubber companies and created a global team dedicated to serving customers worldwide with the highest level of quality, service and technology. We hope this introduction to our company will provide you with a deeper understanding of the Bridgestone Group's strengths, as well as our future direction.

Position Summary

The process engineer at the Prescott, AR manufacturing location works to make the best possible product at the lowest cost. This includes:

  • Monitoring test data, product quality information and customer complaints for trends and recommend countermeasures.
  • Administering and promoting root cause analysis for quality issues that arise in the factory.
  • Planning, conducting and analyzing experimental trials on the production floor.
  • Initiating and assisting in cost reduction projects.
  • Participating in new product and process development.
  • Developing and maintaining process flow charts, PFMEA, and control plans for all production processes.


  • Participate or lead safety activities in targeted areas on the production floor.
  • Assist the Environmental Manager with compliance issues involving manufacturing processes.
  • Establish and maintain process controls to ensure product quality.
  • Improve productivity and reduce costs.
  • Qualify new products and processes.
  • Develop standards and procedures for production to ensure safety, environmental and quality compliance.
  • Investigate customer complaints and recommend corrective action.
  • Work with all FSBP teammates, customers and suppliers as needed.


  • Bachelor degree in Engineering or Chemical Engineering.
  • Knowledge of problem-solving, process mapping, PFMEA, control plans, measurement system analysis, DOE and SPC is preferred.
  • A minimum of 2 years process engineering experience, preferably in rubber or polymer industries.
  • Knowledge of ISO 9000 and SAP.







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