Process Technician (Injection Moulding)
Process Technician (injection moulding) - Dublin. Job Summary: Responsible for operating moulding and any auxiliary equipment. Responsible for inspecting product to a pre-determined specification and completing all documentation necessary to provide quality, production and traceability records in accordance with ISO9002/EN46002/ISO14001 standards/ customer specifications. Responsible for making technical adjustments to the machine as required. Core Duties and Responsibilities: • Ensures the quality of the parts produced by inspecting parts visually and through measuring devices. • Supporting the shift by reporting on/resolving process/technical issues. • Ensure the machine settings are as per the validated status and recorded on relevant documentation if applicable. • Attend production meetings as required. • Attend to all incidents of downtime and record in the relevant documentation on a daily basis. • Define machine status on OEE System in order to determine machine downtime and run time. • Carry out Pin correction when applicable. • Assisting with the introduction and validation of new tooling as required. • The introduction and transfer of new moulds into production as required. • Work closely with Maintenance, Toolroom and Process Engineers to ensure technical support for the room. • Complete tool changes. • Provide assistance, support and training to operators on the shift. • Perform line clearance in conjunction with the relevant procedures. • Maintain accuracy of batch documentation at all time and ensuring that it is filled in and right first time. • Ensure that machines are stopped and started as per the relevant start-up procedures in manufacturing manual. • Ensure that all machine adjustments are as per the validated state and recorded in the relevant PAL. • Understand and safely operate all equipment. • Report and/or correct unsafe working conditions. • Ensure all molding machines and ancillary equipment are working correctly, and report any problems. • Perform mould cleaning and cleaning of machines/robots and ancillary equipment on a daily/monthly basis. • Ensure that the correct raw materials are being used at each moulding machine; ensure raw material is staged/ready for next shift. • Verify the labels for correct part and lot numbers. • Maintain work areas in a clean and orderly manner by practicing good housekeeping. • Maintain and update assigned measures of performance, in conjunction with the Production Group leader. • Stands in as acting Production Group Leader during period of absence or holidays if required. • Compliance to all site Environmental, Health and Safety requirements training, and regulations. • Compliance to all local site company policies, procedures and corporate policies. • Act in accordance with the company’s guiding principles and adherence to the corporate Code of Conduct. • Develop and maintain methods/procedures and all supporting documentation to meet the requirements of ISO 9001/ ISO 13485 / ISO 14001. Interested applicants for this role should have: • Ideally have a Certificate in Plastics Engineering. • Must have good verbal reasoning, numerate ability and mechanical aptitude skills. • Must have good communication skills, both written and oral. • Must be able to work in a team environment. • Must be willing to work on a shift basis as required. • Ability to work on own initiative. • Previous production work experience in an injection-moulding environment. This job originally appeared on RecruitIreland.com.
67 days ago