Injection Molding Technician - Leinster – 1116


Keltia Ireland Ltd.
Rubicon Centre CIT Campus
Bishopstown, CO.CORK T12Y275
Ireland

Category
Manages Others
Yes
Experience Required
Yes
Degree Required
Yes
Employment Type
Employee
Work Schedule
Full-Time Permanent

Job Description

 

Our client in Leinster is a single destination solution provider offering custom manufactured solutions in metal and plastics to industries such as aerospace, medical, telecoms and engineering. Candidate must have at least 5 years of experience primarily in Injection Mold Processing .

Keltia is a Specialist CAD Design & CAD Training Provider for 20 years now. Our parent company is based in Seattle USA and our European offices opened in 2012 and are based in Waterford, Cork & Dublin https://www.keltia-ireland.ie/engineering-services/

For full details please follow the link  https://bit.ly/3dutEsW

Requirements
Injection Molding Technician role ensures that productivity within the manufacturing area is always maximized.

  • Proactively work to the production schedule to maximize productivity.
  • Work as part of a cross functional team to support the production schedule & drive process improvements.
  • Take direct & daily ownership of assigned process setup areas, highlighting any challenges, and liaising with Engineering & Tooling groups to drive continuous improvement.
  • Install tooling in Injection Molding Machines, and process within established process settings.
  • Work as part of a cross-functional team to support validation activities.
  • Support process qualification IQ/OQ/PQ and Injection Molding process troubleshooting.
  • Rapidly respond to sudden manufacturing requests.
  • Perform TPM on process equipment in line with the Preventative Maintenance system.
  • Maintain equipment logs to document process performance, actions taken etc.
  • Ensure jigs, fixtures and tooling is handled appropriately during the process setup phase.
  • Ensure that safety of personnel and that equipment safety guards and features are in full working order before process is released to production.
  • Proactively identify challenging process, equipment etc., and make recommendations for continuous improvement.
  • Support data capturing and trend analysis to identify opportunities for improvement.
  • At all times, maintain a culture of continuous improvement, while adhering to required standards of housekeeping, GMP, GDP and safety.
  • As required, execute design of experiments (DOEs) to optimize manufacturing process performance.

Qualifications

  • Qualification in Equipment Processing / Polymer Engineering / Science or related discipline preferred.
  • In-depth knowledge of Injection Molding equipment, tooling and design.
  • Experienced in validation execution beneficial.
  • Knowledge of quality standards and expectations within the medical device industry.
  • Excellent attention to detail in oral & written communication
  • Experienced in SOP generation, and training of staff with same.
  • Excellent communication skills and capable of working in a cross functional team.
  • Knowledge of plastics processes, resins, tooling, & GMP considerations.

Please send a CV in Word .doc format with availability & pay requirements to fahmeda@keltia-design.com and we will get back to you immediately.

Employer
Keltia Ireland Ltd.
Kevin Burtchaell
Rubicon Centre CIT Campus
Bishopstown CO.CORK T12Y275
Ireland