The Injection Molding Process Engineer at Molding Dynamics will have a lead role in establishing molding conditions, integrating new projects into production and driving continuous improvement. They will ensure that products run within quality standards and meet all production goals. The Injection Molding Process Engineer provides technical leadership, interacts with other departments to resolve problems that interfere with productivity, and has a good understanding of manufacturing operations and processes.
Molding Dynamics is located just outside of Cleveland in Bedford, OH. As a plastic injection molding supplier, we provide innovative ideas and solutions, build trust and loyalty with our customers and our employees, and offer unparalleled customer service, engineering, and design services. We provide the training you need to do your job well. In addition, you'll work in a clean, safe environment.
Benefit programs that evolve with you
401K program with company matching
Paid vacation and holidays
Establish process conditions through scientific molding for new products
Troubleshoot molding processes and material or equipment issues
Evaluate tooling for areas of concern, areas of improvement for quality and efficiency, and recommend improvements to optimize molding, setup, and overall manufacturing
Collect and analyze data on individual processes to identify and improve process capability
Document and maintain mold process sheets for accuracy
Support process technicians through training in scientific molding practices
Leadership role in continuous improvement and cost reduction activities
Use Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma, and other techniques to analyze process data to determine capabilities as well as improvements
Program robots and peripheral equipment
Additional items as needed to ensure smooth operation of the plant
The injection molding process engineer has a number of job skills and requirements. However, training is available for the right candidate. The ideal candidate will already possess:
Associates in Engineering or Engineering Technology with focus in Plastics, Manufacturing or Mechanical; Bachelor’s degree in engineering preferred; or 10+ years of direct applicable experience in injection molding
5+ years of hands-on experience in injection molding in addition to one of the aforementioned technical degrees
A working knowledge and experience with injection molding and ancillary equipment
A working knowledge of a wide range of thermoplastic materials and their properties
Excellent problem-solving skills with attention to detail
RJG Master Molder I/II or AIM certification
Willingness to work occasional overtime and weekends as needed
Experience in mentoring and developing associate members of the molding process development team
Molding Dynamics is committed to providing a competitive salary and compensation package for the right process engineer candidate.
Competitive pay commensurate with experience
401K with company matching
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