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Process Engineer

  • Reporting to the Production Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible for providing technical leadership in the Injection Moulding department, to sustain and improve operations. You will execute and standardise processes for machine set-ups, tooling changeovers and other department processes. You will troubleshoot and solve problems impacting capacity, quality, efficiency, delivery, environmental compliance, and safety. You will perform cost analysis, identify cost savings opportunities, and plan continuous improvement projects, as well as establish and maintain metrics and key performance indicators (KPI's).

    The Process Engineer role will involve:
  • Monitoring and analysing operating data from the manufacturing process using statistical tools, both proactively (statistical quality/process control) and reactively (troubleshooting);
  • Injection Moulding Process engineering including tooling design, GA Reviews, mould flow analysis;
  • Maintaining process documentation, including process flow diagrams, operating instructions, training documentation;
  • Assisting in co-ordinating the implementation of and commissioning of any new machinery within the department. Ensuring correct and safe operation of same, before it is officially handed over to production personnel;
  • Ensuring equipment is introduced that produces quality parts and meets company philosophies of TPM;
  • Being responsible for improvements to the current processing parameters/techniques, with a view to employing new systems/methods necessary in the efficient production of all products;
  • Leading in the processing of any trials required within the department.  Full feedback of the trial results will be required for the Technical and Quality Assurance Departments, with required samples.

The suitable candidate will hold a Technical or Engineering Qualification with at least 5 years’ experience in an Injection Moulding processing role.

Specifically the level of experience / education includes:

  • HNC or equivalent in an engineering or plastics-related subject.

  The person should also:

  • Have an ability to generate tool trials reports and process capability data, corrective action reports, including overall planning for trial/supplier timing plans, other presentation materials;
  • Have the ability to contribute / lead improvement teams. Manage supplier's performance/selection;
  • Be able to review & Critique / make recommendation from mould design projects;
  • Have proven experience in the procurement of injection moulding tooling / equipment & introduction from design / feasibility to production readiness; 
    Be proficient in the use of Windows & CAD.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits within a well established and progressive company.  Aptitude and practical tests will be used as part of the selection process.  

Please contact the Human Resources Department if you wish to apply for the above position. 

Brett Martin has always been committed to the principles of Fair Employment and Equal Opportunity. Applications are welcome from all sections of the community.


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