Process Engineer - Plastic Injection Molding
Process Engineer – Plastic Injection Molding
As a process engineer you will plan, direct, and coordinate manufacturing equipment and processes to produce high quality injection molded products. You will be responsible for coordinating the molding efforts on new program launches, setting up and/or revising manufacturing processes and assisting the manufacturing operations in problem solving and continuous process improvements.
About This Job
- Develop new processes utilizing scientific molding principles, assess and document new and existing processes. Implement and evaluate changes to existing processes designed to improve product quality, productivity, and overall equipment efficiency.
- Provide technical leadership and mentorship to process technicians, operators, and other molding personnel.
- Develop and maintain process documentation ensuring that processes and procedures are clearly stated and understandable for all employees. Provide technical support/solutions to manufacturing processes, improve yield and throughput, drive cost reduction activities and improve on part quality.
About This Company
- Our client is a custom plastic injection molder with a national footprint that serves many markets including automotive, appliance, sporting goods, filtration, and power equipment.
- Manufacturing capabilities include injection, gas assist, structural foam, overmolding and has presses ranging from 200 to 2,000 tons.
- Our client specializes in small to large, high aesthetic complex molded products that provide added value in a one-stop-shop environment.
- Our client, an ISO 9001 and IATF 16949 registered company, has implemented extensive quality procedures to ensure all requirements and customer specifications are met or exceeded.
Minimum Job Qualifications
- B.S. degree in Plastics, Chemical or Mechanical Engineering is required. Must have 5+ years of practical work experience in an Injection Molding Operation.
- Training such as the RJG Master Molder series or eDart experience is a plus.
- Strong and diverse technical background in injection molding processing, tooling, equipment, materials, manufacturing, and quality.
- Self-starter must be able to work with little direction and with a high level of self-motivation.
- Ability to manage multiple start-up projects.