Engineer - Injection Molding

Posting Date 1 month ago(10/20/2021 1:38 PM)
Requisition ID
2021-9576
Job Location(s)
Bloomington IN United States
Shift Type
First
Position Type
Full Time
Company
Cook Polymer Technology
Category
Engineering

Overview

Responsible for providing technical support for the day-today production activities in the manufacture of custom, plastic components used in the assemblies of various medical devices.  This is a hands-on position with visibility on the manufacturing floor and requires a high level of interaction with the production, product development, and quality teams.   The engineer is responsible for supporting product development activities, continuous improvement, complaint resolution, CAPA investigations and other quality initiatives. 

Responsibilities

Responsible for:

*providing technical support for the day-today production activities in the manufacture of custom, plastic components used in the assemblies of various medical devices 

*This is a hands-on position with visibility on the manufacturing floor and requires a high level of interaction with the production, product development, and quality teams.   

*Responsible for supporting product development activities, continuous improvement, complaint resolution, CAPA investigations and other quality initiatives. 

*Injection molding

*Scientific Molding 

 

Qualifications

 

·       Bachelor’s degree in Engineering

 

·       3+ years of work related to polymer processing preferred

·       Process validation (IQ, OQ, PQ)

·       Equipment qualification (IQ, OQ, PQ)

 

·       Mechanical aptitude

·       ISO 13485:2016

·       CFR, FDA, OSHA, environmental regulations

·       Equipment / process troubleshooting

·       Blue print reading

·       Design of Experiments / 6 Sigma

  • 3 years experience injection molding processing
  • Knowledge and experience with using Scientific Molding techniques to establish processes for new and existing parts

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