$60,000/year, benefits, OT after 45 hours

2nd or 3rd Shift Availability

Direct Hire!

Responsibilities:

  • Optimizes all machine processes by reducing scrap, cycle times and mold change times;
  • Assists with launches of new programs by building a new process to ensure quality products of parts and attends launch meetings prior to production start-up as needed;
  • Maintains and secures controlled injection process by using part weights by using plastic data and using a systematic approach to optimizing current running process;
  • Directs set-ups for molds using efficient mold change systems and robotics;
  • Oversees in-house tooling and material evaluations to ensure optimum performance;
  • Describes system, components, and parts operating characteristics and malfunctions by writing technical reports;
  • Sets-up injection molds and performs start-up and shut-down of molding systems;
  • Verifies systems performance by testing functioning of installed equipment;
  • Ensures operation of equipment by completing preventive maintenance requirements, troubleshooting malfunctions, calling for repairs, and evaluating new equipment and techniques;
  • Responsible for setting up and maintaining process controls of presses, molds and equipment.
  • Knowledge of TPO’s/ABS/Nylons/PC’s.
  • Monitor production for accuracy and efficiency and work with quality inspectors to ensure part quality/performance
  • Make minor electrical and mechanical repairs and adjustments to machines/tools and notify supervisors when major service is required
  • Provide ownership and analysis of injection molding process and equipment for the reduction in defects, overall process improvement and/or the reduction of downtime and continue improvements
  • Compiles, stores and receives production data
  • Completes all paperwork as required.
  • Perform supervisory duties.

Qualifications:

  • 3-5 years general injection molding troubleshooting experience.
  • 3+ years’ Supervisory experience in a manufacturing setting required, automotive preferred.
  • Technical training in higher order injection molding operations (SPC, DOE, Paulson, RJG, etc.)
  • Skills to use a systematic approach in solving problems through analysis of problem and evaluation of alternate solutions; use logic, mathematics or other problem solving tools in data analysis or in generating solutions.
  • Two years formal education in plastics technology or tooling.
  • High School Diploma required.
  • Strong understanding of injection molding equipment and machinery (experience with 50-1500 ton presses.)

**To be considered, please send your resume to peter@canadianexecutivesearch.com**

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