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Injection Molding Engineer

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Location: Columbus OH

Company Name: CNC Jobs

Occupational Category: 17-3026.00,Industrial Engineering Technicians

Date Posted: 2020-02-12

Valid Through: 2020-03-13

Employment Type: FULL_TIME


The Injection Molding Engineer is a technical manufacturing engineering position responsible for supporting all facets of the injection molding process. Key job functions include technical leadership within the organization,quality troubleshooting, establishing processes and machineset-up for new product lines, and ongoing support of continuous improvement projects, injection molding automation projects, and E-Dart sensors/systems implementation projects.
• Provide molding manufacturing expertise to all business units.
• Lead problem-solving and continuous improvement efforts related to molded products, processes, and equipment.
• Troubleshoot process, tooling, or equipment-related issues to ensure production and quality efficiencies.
• Support lean initiatives in the molding department.
• Track and respond to standards/efficiency deviations.
• Review all Engineering Change Notice (ECNs) to ensure successful molding operations.
• Create manufacturing work instructions.
• Support and provide back-up to other member of the molding engineering team.
• Participate in additional assignments/projects as business needs evolve.

• Bachelor's degree in a technical discipline such as Mechanical Engineering Technology or equivalent.
• 3-5 years hands-on technical experience in an injection molding environment.
• Experience with high-quality nylon molded parts.
• Knowledge of scientific molding and technical leadership skills.
• Green or Black Belt Certification in Six Sigma or Design for Six Sigma Preferred.
Associated topics: die, fixture, mold, melt, molten, tool, toolmaker, tool and die, tool designer, tool die