Plastics Process Engineer
Career Development Partners is hand selecting candidates for a recognized industry leader.
If selected, you'll be advancing your career with an organization that values employees and actively invests in their success.
In this team environment, employees thrive in a culture that values people, serves people and emphasizes quality.
Competitive salary commensurate with experience.
Comprehensive benefits include:
401k with match
Paid holidays & Vacation days - Bonuses 2x a year based on company goals/performance
Plastics Process Engineer IMPACT:
Manages the engineering planning & preparation activities necessary to launch assigned new jobs and engineering changes at budgeted standards. Also, has engineering responsibility for resolving process problems and improving plant safety, quality, and productivity.
Plastics Process Engineer DETAILS:
-Ensure compliance and complete assigned APQP (Advanced Product Quality Planning) engineering activities.
-Evaluate effectiveness of proposed process to ensure optimal manufacturability, adherence to tolerance guidelines, functionality, tool design, machine design, cell layout, and safety and ergonomic concerns.
-Initiate activities to secure and install new equipment or processes.
-Lead cross-functional teams to develop PFMEA’s (Process Failure Mode Effects Analysis), mistake/error proofing.
-Lead and/or assist with tooling design and development from prototype through manufacturing production stages as required by Program Manager.
-Review product design with respect to materials, quality, function and manufacturability.
-Execute required prototype and pre-launch production runs.
-Train operators, supervisors, and maintenance personnel to run new process and equipment.
-Ensure products meet quoted cycle time, material usage, and operator requirements.
-Coordinate PPAP, PSA’s, Run at Rates runs with plant personnel to ensure a capable product.
-Demonstrate compliance to plant and department TS16949 procedures.
-Apply Lean manufacturing principles (e.g. 5S, value stream mapping, SMED, standardized work methods, etc.) to improve assigned processes.
-Experience with thermoforming manufacturing
-Intermediate knowledge or experience in Fanuc Robots
-Experience interpreting or using CAD/CAM drawings and systems
-Understanding of SPC.
-The ability to perform Failure Model and Effects Analysis (FMEA) and Design of Experiments (DOE’s).
Ideal Background of Plastics Process Engineer
-Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical, or Industrial).
-Relevant work experience in manufacturing involving automation applications.
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