Manufacturing Engineer

Responsible for providing injection molding process and manufacturing engineering and project management support for production operations. You will implement technical improvements to injection molding manufacturing equipment, processes and methods, which support the production of existing thermoplastic products and the introduction of new products.
The essential functions of the preferred candidate will be, but not limited to:
Responsible for cost improvement programs and procedures on ongoing and new project/product basis.
Leads and participates in cost-of-goods teams.
Controls molding departmental changes and assists in the design concepts of new and replacement injection molding equipment and interfaces with Production Management/Project Management on issues such as machine repairs, parts and machine maintenance, capital and cost improvements.
Develops maintenance systems and cycles in the injection molding manufacturing area.
Maintains accurate data on machine and equipment performance.
Improve reliability and extends life of all tools, and equipment by upgrading their design to include the latest technology.
Conceives, develops and demonstrates production capability of process and tool changes which will improve either molding efficiency or product quality.
Assists in the design concept of new or replacement equipment to ensure compatibility with existing systems and serviceability.
Coordinates with Engineering on new product, molding equipment and tool development programs. Provides information on process and performance of joint evaluations.
Responsible for determining financial plans/projections and controlling within the scope of assigned projects.
Communicate with RD&E engineering and other support groups as necessary. Communicate with production colleagues daily.
Be aware of and follow the Environmental Policy and EH&S work instructions that apply to the job.
Lead the molding area to GMP compliance for present and future medical device opportunities.
Desired Skills and Experience
B.S. in Engineering. 5+ years of plastics injection molding manufacturing experience.

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