Engineering Change Administrator

USA-IL-West Chicago
1 week ago


Our vision is to be the best provider of building products in the eyes of our customers, employees, shareholders, suppliers and communities.

At Masonite, we understand that people are key. We are a composite of diverse people who come together by showing support and respect to one another.

We hire people that demonstrate integrity under pressure. Integrity is at the foundation of everything we do. It is in each door we make, in our commitment delivery and in our honest and sincere communication.

Our employees are flexible, versatile and resilient. Our ability to weather any storm, to bend without breaking, is what allows us to hear the knock and open the door with confidence, no matter what's on the other side.

At Masonite, we hold the door open for each other and for new ideas. We want everyone to freely contribute ideas and add value, so we are positive and encouraging. This collaborative environment is what makes Masonite a transparent, fair company- one that doesn't hide behind closed doors.

We continuously strive to improve both our products and our customers' experiences. This drive leads us to revolutionize the door industry and help people walk through walls.


As an Engineering Change Administrator you will processes technical engineering changes across all Masonite product lines and manufacturing processes.

You will performs administrative tasks surrounding the Masonite Change Process (MCP) and ensures the timely completion of engineering changes.

You will work closely with appropriate Product Engineering staff and other functions across Masonite as applicable. 

As an Engineering Change Administrator you will be performing tasks for the Masonite Change Process that identify engineering change requirements.

You will be scheduling and facilitating conference calls for cross functioanl teams, logging change information, following up for approvals with leadership, and closing open engineering changes.

You will perform various levels of  safety assignments and leading ongoing identification of continuous improvement opportunities.

You will work closely to train with current Engeering Change Adminstrators to learn best practices.


  • Associate Degree in a technical discipline (industrial, mechanical, civil, chemical, or materials engineering)
  • 3-5 year work experience.  
  • General understanding of engineering with wood, composites, plastics, fiberglass, and adhesively bonded systems & technologies of sealing, insulated (thermal & sound), fire resistant composite systems.
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and Engineering Change Processes.
  • A technical understanding of manufacturing processes and products
  • Understand Engineering Change requirements.
  • In addition to working independently must be able to comprehend and follow verbal and written instructions.
  • Scheduling, resource allocation, administrative and organization skills, meeting and conference-call facilitation skills, multi-tasking and prioritizing capabilities.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Read & Follow Blueprints, SOPs & Process Guidelines.


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