Plastics Process Engineer

Murfreesboro, Tennessee – Movement Search & Delivery   is working with an international tier-one automotive supplier. Due to their recent growth, they have opened a position for a Process Engineer.

What you will do: The Process Engineer develops, coordinates and troubleshoots the manufacturing process of plastic injection molding using polypropylene and nylon resins. The role develops the injection molding process for new tooling, including all molding machine parameters, peripheral equipment such as chillers and dryers and take-out robotic programming, while also troubleshooting processing problems manufacturing encounters with quality issues, including dimensional issues, flash, short shots, burn areas, flow marks and bubbles. The position implements improvements to molding processes, reviews new and existing mold tooling issues with tooling engineers and mold maintenance for re-engineering/repair, and coordinates/trains set-up technicians to improve OEE, FTT, PE and 5s on injection molding machines. Additionally, the Process Engineer works closely with Production to improve mold change over time and prepares/maintains documentation on preventative countermeasures.

What you will need: Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering. Experience in an injection molding plant with emphasis on process problem solving. Current experience in automotive manufacturing.

What we offer: Honest and transparent representation to our clients…  it’s what we do.

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Please send your resume and current compensation to:

Greg Giltner
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