Direct and document new programs per the Engineering Program Management procedure manual.
Establish and direct the program team members and resources to provide the most efficient program implementation.
Maintain timelines, documentation, and correspondence per the written and established Engineering procedures.
Coordinate all communication to the Customer pertaining to project from program inception through production approval and release to Manufacturing.
Act as the single point of contact for Sales, Mold Making – Design and Engineering, Manufacturing, Automation, and Supply Chain Partners.
Direct mold modifications to the Tooling Department to ensure product meets the
Guide the Quality Control Department with qualification methods, Q.C. specifications, validation procedures, and the design of special gauges and/or fixtures needed to maintain the molded product in production.
Assist the Production Department in determining proper molding conditions, procedures, and efficient handling of the molded product.
Assist the Sales Department and Customers requiring Engineering input by visitation and other direct contact.
Collaborate with the Design Department to assist Customers in part design where molding criteria is affected.
Estimate part cost on new and existing molding programs using Customer approved part prints, sample parts, or sketches. Acquire all capital costs including molds, automation, and secondary equipment.
Assist the Automation Department in evaluations and recommendations for automation and secondary equipment.
Provide assistance to Manufacturing on continuous improvement opportunities.
Injection molding theory, tooling, materials, processing, etc.
PC Skills, MS Project, Outlook, MS Office, Design Viewers, etc.
Effective and efficient communication and business skills.
4-year Engineering degree or equivalent industry experience
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