September 17, 2021

Growing Food & Beverage Leader Seeks Project Engineering Leaders

Successful candidates will lead delivery of the effective, elegant process-design solutions and certainty of outcome clients expect from Haskell.

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There’s a good chance that snacks you eat and the water, juices, sodas or sports drinks you sip to wash them down come from production lines designed and installed by Haskell, a trusted partner to many of the world’s best-known consumer brands and ENR’s No. 1-ranked Food & Beverage Contractor two years in a row.

Preceded by that reputation, Haskell is growing rapidly, expanding domestically through three Regional Operations Centers (ROCs) – in Jacksonville, Dallas, and Salt Lake City – to better serve existing clients and accept engagements with new ones.

Currently, it has immediate need in each ROC and its Madison, Wisconsin, office for Project Engineering Managers in its Process Design Division. Successful candidates will be responsible for the management of innovative, appropriate, cost-effective designs, drawings, and specifications for industrial process projects in the Food & Beverage and Consumer Products industries. They will lead the Haskell process team as it delivers effective and elegant process design solutions and certainty of outcome that customers expect from No. 1.

“It's a wide-ranging role,” said Shawn Hubbard, Haskell Director – Process Manufacturing. “They may be doing site visits, estimating, scope generation, and proposals. They are the primary point of contact from a process-design perspective for all those pieces. Then, once we’re awarded the project, they're responsible for executing it from a design perspective, integrated within the larger team”.

“They may have some responsibilities in training additional people, so there's potentially some mentoring involved, as well.”

As a pioneer in integrated design, Haskell was an early adopter of Engineer Procure Construct (EPC) project delivery, and its process, packaging and material handling engagements can range from $10,000 designs for capital projects to the manufacturing portion of $400 million jobs.

Hubbard said ideal candidates would be subject-matter experts in process design with a general knowledge of packaging, making them capable of acting as the single engineering manager overseeing the entire process, packaging and automation disciplines on any given project.

“I would prefer someone with food experience, specifically snack foods,” he said. “We need somebody who understands how dry ingredients are handled and has experience with dry-material handling and batching. It may be that we’re working on a line for breadsticks., coffee, doughnuts, pretzels, chips, you name it.”

Haskell’s Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) Group is a melting pot of industry-leading experts and knowledgeable team members who collaborate closely to provide clients the best possible facility solutions. The company operates with the direction of six strategic pillars, the first of which is to “Provide Team Members the BEST Job of Their Lives.” It offers a robust benefits package that includes a 401k match and an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP), which creates stock ownership for every full-time team member.

Click here for the complete job description and to apply.

Haskell delivers more than $1 billion annually in Architecture, Engineering, Construction (AEC) and Consulting solutions to assure certainty of outcome for complex capital projects worldwide. Haskell is a global, fully integrated, single-source design-build and EPC firm with over 1,800 highly specialized, in-house design, construction and administrative professionals across industrial and commercial markets. With 20+ office locations around the globe, Haskell is a trusted partner for global and emerging clients.

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