Very successful and growing company is searching for a Process Technician, with experience in injection molding. The Process Technician I is responsible for learning how to produce maximum production of parts, with proper cavitation’s that conforms to quality assurance specifications. Perform basic adjustments on injection molding presses, with guidance and instructions.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities – Essential duties and responsibilities include the following; other duties may be assigned.
Responsible, with guidance and training for producing good quality parts with proper number of cavities at/or below injection molding standards as well as auxiliary equipment and fixtures.
Responsible for observing and learning how to fill out work orders to correct machines or molds not functioning properly. Responsible for correcting or reporting to supervisor all unsafe conditions or machinery in assigned areas.
Responsible for learning and entering all necessary data into the Mattec System and filling out technical portion of production recap report for assigned areas.
Responsible for working closely with Process Technicians, Supervisors, Production Assistants, and Utilities on color changes, completion of work orders and new mold start-ups.
Collects start-up and shut down samples from each mold in assigned area, and delivers to Quality Assurance Department.
Responsible for learning minor maintenance and repair of equipment.
Responsible for adhering to other guidelines, which includes organization and prioritization of activities during shift, developing plans to maximize efficiency, and maintain efficiency of molding presses.
Plans daily activities within the guidelines of company policy, job description, and Supervisor’s instruction in such a way as to maximize personal output.
Process Technician I, Levels A, B, C
Upon entering training as a Process Technician I, the employee is classified as a Process Technician I, Level A. Upon completion of the training period (90 to 180 days), the Process Technician IA must be proficient, as certified by a Supervisor or Process Technician IC, Process Technician IIC, or Process Technician IIIC, in the following skill set:
Upon completion of training and certification, the Process Technician I will be at B level. Upon training two employees to be Process Technician I, level B, the Trainer is eligible to be promoted to Process Technician IC level.
Associates degree (A.A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. The Process Technician must have working knowledge of hand tools.