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Polymer Compounding Production Manager-Morristown, NJ

A large plastic polymer compounding company is searching for a hands-on Polymer Compounding Production Manager.  The Polymer Compounding Production Manager is responsible for ensuring top performance in operations – specifically in the areas of operability and quality performance in manufacturing. Must have strong people development skills, an improvement mindset and experience in polymer processing.

Polymer Compounding Production Manager responsibilities include:

  • Analyzing and delivering improvements on operational performance
  • Ensuring availability of products, as required by the market
  • Providing input to ensure inventory levels are maintained to minimum required for delivery of market needs and operational excellence
  • Promoting healthy working practices for all employees
  • Managing safety through line organization
  • Actively seeking and implementing improvement opportunities
  • Leads and coaches department in delivery of results
  • Ensuring the development of direct reports and their teams
  • Provides regular feedback on performance and makes time for people issues
  • Ensuring that products meet (or exceed) customer expectations in terms of quality, availability and manufacturing cost
  • Working actively to maintain a good working environment within the management team and between departments

In addition to an annual salary in the $110,000 to $125,000 range, the company offers competitive healthcare benefits, a 10% bonus potential, profit sharing and relocation assistance.

Requirements:

Education:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Chemistry, Production Management or equivalent (a Master’s Degree is preferred).
  • Minimum 10 years professional experience in a relevant management position

Required Knowledge:

  • Economic effects of productivity, etc.
  • Trouble shooting and root cause analysis
  • Policies, guidelines and procedures
  • Process management and optimization
  • Risk management

Experience

  • Polymer processing and process engineering
  • Performance management and coaching
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Strong communications skills (written and verbal)
  • High ethical standards
  • Ability to simultaneously work in line and matrix organization

Sr. Tooling Engineer – Chicago, IL

Description

A privately-held, international consumer products company, specializing in the design, marketing and manufacturing of high quality, innovative housewares products is searching for a Senior Tooling Engineer.

The Senior Tooling Engineer reports to the Director of Operations and is part of the senior management team for the plant. The Senior Tooling Engineer will lead the activities of tool room employees, contractors or vendors and be responsible for all tool building activities, maintenance and repair. The Sr. Tooling Engineer will also be responsible for customer molding (sample) trials delivering solutions on-time, on budget and in accordance with safety protocols.

Responsibilities

  • Manage tool room and inventory of tools and third party production locations.
  • Develop and maintain mold standards and mold documentation.
  • Develop and approve tooling suppliers, new mold designs or modifications, molding processes and metrology.
  • Manage mold construction, mold design review, process design, quality assurance and assembly process. Works with customer blueprints / specifications to generate design and cost feedback.
  • Ensure all product quality attributes are met and all quality systems are supported.
  • Perform analysis on customer returns to determine root cause of failures or complaints.
  • Assist in developing scientific molding expertise of organization through training of manufacturing management, process technicians and manufacturing associates.
  • Implements process control techniques and procedures, trouble shoots and advises on injection molding processes and tooling.
  • Key member of plant safety committee driving implementation of safety system.
  • Co-develop budget, capital requests, and cost improvement planning.
  • Support manufacturing management in lean / continuous improvement activities.

In addition to an annual salary in the $80,000 to $95,000 range, the company provides an attractive compensation plan with bonus, a comprehensive and competitive benefits package.

 Requirements

Bachelor’s degree in a technical field is required, preferably in Mechanical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering Technology.

  • Minimum 10 years of experience in mold making or tool molding environment managing tooling, mold design, mold troubleshooting, maintenance and repair.
  • Understanding of CNC cutting processes and injection molding processes.
  • Project management skills and training.
  • Strong trouble shooting skills. Able to analyze and solve complex technical issues related to equipment, injection molds, process and product quality.
  • Proficient with CAD.
  • Ability to read and comprehend blueprints
  • Residing in the Chicago area.
Associate Engineering Manager – Racine, WI

Description

One of the world’s leaking makers of household products is searching for an Associate Engineering Manager.  The Associate Engineering Manager is responsible for engineering and managing capital projects and leading manufacturing operational improvement efforts to; assure a safe, high quality and performance working environment, continually looking to eradicate losses, build new capabilities and/or implement new technologies.

Associate Engineering Manager Primary Accountabilities and Requirements:

• Managing capital projects and budgets from concept through start-up
• Leading the preparation of; engineering designs, specifications, control logic, instrumentation lists, equipment lists, flow charts, P&ID’s, engineering calculations and procedures for new and modified production lines and processes.
• Assuring compliance of Global Standards and Regulations that may apply
• Investigating, driving, and assisting in implementation of; cost saving projects, process optimization, and productivity improvements related to existing processes
• Supporting long term tech plans and upgrades working together with the Global Engineering team.

• Project Management – Develops project plans and communicates changes and progress. Completes projects on time and within budget
• Planning/Organizing – Prioritizes and plans work activities, sets goals and objectives
• Teamwork – Balances team and individual responsibilities which fosters group commitments to goals and objectives
• Communication – Strong oral and written communication skills
• Continuous Improvement – Knowledge and experience in TPM Early Management methodology and Lean Manufacturing
• Problem Solving – Identifies and resolves problems in a timely manner
• Innovation – Displays original thinking, creativity and resourcefulness which generate innovative approaches and ideas
• Leadership – Can effectively manage a team to deliver results through others, keeping the team engaged, energized and committed.

In addition to an annual salary in the $100,000 to $115,000 range, the company offers; subsidized health care, profit sharing , matched 401(k) contributions, retirement benefits, bonus opportunities and relocation assistance.

Requirements Education and Experience:
• BS Engineering degree (prefer Chemical or Manufacturing) is required
• Minimum 3 years of experience leading Engineering Projects and manufacturing support in an OSHA & TPM environment
• PSM (Process Safety Management) experience desirable
• Experience with capital project/equipment installation management
• Experience in contractor and vendor management
• Knowledge of TPM/ Lean is an asset
• GMP, SAP, Microsoft Project, AutoCAD preferred
• Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)
• Demonstrated leadership and strategic planning skills
• Excellent interpersonal skills
Process Engineering Manager – Petersburg, VA

Job Description

A fast-growing polymer resin toll compounding company is searching for a Process Engineering Manager.  The company is focused on building an efficient business with strong operations and assets that is poised to continue growing by building a culture around continuous improvement and providing unmatched levels of quality to their customers.

The Process Engineering Manager is responsible for determining operations parameters to produce products and develops processes to ensure quality, cost and efficiency requirements are met.  This role is a critical leadership role, with Engineering being a central function of the company.  In addition to overseeing all day to day Engineering, this individual will be a key member of our leadership team driving continuous improvement across the business.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

•Process Engineer

◦Oversees all operating parameters for vessels to ensure we meet our customers product specifications
◦Ensures we are delivering best in class quality for our customers
◦Interacts with customer technical contacts to review processing specifications and provide production summary results
◦Reviews testing results and processing parameters, and makes necessary adjustments to operations on a real time basis
◦Supports all broader Engineering efforts at the company focused on developing new products and trials
◦Supports the conversion of new products from trial stage to full scale commercialization
◦Works closely with operations to support day to day production

•Continuous improvement
◦Serves as a key leader of the organization, seeking and driving opportunities to improve our operations and quality
◦Seeks ways to constantly improve our Engineering processes and controls

In addition to a modern work environment the company offers an annual salary in the $75,000 to $90,000 range.
Job Requirements
•Over 5 years experience in an engineering role in the polymer industry

•Engineering degree required

•Process engineering experience preferred

 

Manufacturing Manager – Minneapolis, MN

Description:

A rapidly growing custom rotational molding manufacturing company is searching for a Manufacturing Manager to lead the rotational molding operations.  The Manufacturing Manager will be responsible for improving the organization and structure of the manufacturing operations and lead the operations, maintenance, and quality departments. 

In addition to an annual salary in the $90,000 to $100,000 range the company offers excellent professional growth potential in a new manufacturing facility, bonus potential,  and relocation assistance.

 Requirements:

  • Plastic rotational molding experience preferred.
  • Some experience with plastic molding operations required.
  • Lean manufacturing experience preferred.

Engineering & Maintenance Manager – Springfield, MA

Description

A manufacturer of thermoformed and molded custom plastic packaging is seeking an Engineering & Maintenance Manager with excellent communication skills and ability to stay focused in a fast-paced manufacturing environment.  The position involves leading the maintenance and engineering processes for plastic molding and thermoforming equipment, tooling, and facilities to achieve continuous improvement in operational performance as well as complying with all applicable regulatory agencies.  The Engineering & Maintenance Manager will also manage new additions and modifications to the facility, grounds and equipment in such a way that they comply with GMPs, SQF requirements and all safety regulations.

The company offers an annual salary in the $90,000 to $99,000 range.

Requirements

  • Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree in an Engineering related field.
  • A minimum of 7 years of progressively responsible work experience in plastic molding and/or thermoforming in a high volume, process manufacturing environment including managing both engineering and maintenance.
  • Experience must include a minimum of 5 years in a managerial role.
Blow Molding Quality Manager – Hudson, NY

Description

A plastic extrusion blow molding company that manufactures a variety of plastic containers and closures is searching for a Quality Manager. The company serves clients in the health care, pharmaceutical, household, industrial, food and beverage, and automotive and agricultural chemical markets. The company offers bottles, jars, canisters, cylinders, jugs and drug ovals in a range of designs and colors.

The Quality Manager is responsible for; managing, planning, coordinating, and directing a quality control program designed to ensure continuous product of products that meet or exceed customer requirements.

Essential Quality Functions

  • Direct inspection and testing activities to ensure continuous control over materials, equipment, and products.
  • Perform mold validations and process capability.
  • Perform capability studies to determine process stability.
  • Serve as ISO  9000management representative and conduct ISO audits.
  • Develop and analyze statistical data and product specifications to determine product standards.
  • Conduct CpK analysis and develop improvement projects to insure products have CpK’s of at least 1.0 for all products.
  • Visit, assist and interact with customers to resolve issues and improve product performance.

In addition to an annual salary in the $70,000 to $80,000 range, the company offers competitive benefits and relocation package.

 Requirements
•Must have quality management experience in a plastic extrusion blow molding facility or equivalent operation.

•Must have a four year technical degree and a broad range of quality control and management principles or equivalent knowledge and training, including; working knowledge of GMP, SPC, and SQC requirements in a manufacturing environment.

Injection Molding Quality Manager – Pawling, NY

Description

A custom plastic injection molding product company is searching for a Quality Manager to manage the quality process to ensure that customer requirements are met, and the quality management system is maintained and continually improved.

Quality Manager Responsibilities:

  • Efficiently manage inspection and QA personnel and resources in the support of production activities.
  • Oversee process performance metrics with an overall goal of continual improvement.
  • Design and oversee processes with emphasis on problem avoidance and measurement as part of an overall continuous process improvement program.
  • Establish and maintain an on-the-job training program that ensures a knowledgeable and skilled workforce
  • Ensure an efficient, safe, and secure environment is maintained.
  • Manage the Quality Management System, reporting status and effectiveness to Executive Management
  • Management of Supplier Quality and Quality Training
  • .Responsible for the quality and adequacy of own work.
  • Adherence to the Company’s Personnel Policies & ProceduresIn addition to an annual salary in the $85,000 to $95,000 range, the company offers competitive benefits and relocation assistance

Requirements

KNOWLEDGE/ SKILLS

  • Metrology
  • Knowledge of Injection Molding Manufacturing Industry Standards
  • Process throughput/ efficiencies
  • ISO 9000 Series Standards
  • Organizational skills
  • Planning and Goal Setting
  • Training and Organizational Development
  • Good verbal and written communication skills.
  • Good presentation skills.

EDUCATION/ EXPERIENCE

BS or BA in Business Administration or equivalent work experience and 7 to 15 years quality management experience.

Thermoforming Plant Manager – Mansfield, MA

Description
A rapidly growing turnkey thermoforming provider for custom and stock tray, blister, clamshell and container packaging is searching for a Thermoforming Plant Manager. The Thermoforming Plant Manager will be responsible for leading a plant with 170 employees and 13 thermoforming lines.

In addition to an annual salary in the $85,000 to $115,000 range, the company offers competitive benefits and a relocation packager.

Requirements
Must have several years of experience managing a thermoforming packaging operation.

Manufacturing Operations Leader – Troy, MI

Description

The world leader in the manufacture of plastic automotive body components, and fuel systems is searching for an Manufacturing Operations Leader to supervise production team members manufacturing fuel system on a second or third shift. The Manufacturing Operations Leader will be responsible for the shift operations by ensuring production goals are achieved through following standardized work.  In addition, the Manufacturing Operations Leader will be responsible for:

Ensuring production goals are met through the effective actions of production team members:

  1. Safety protocols are always followed
  2. Quality standards are met
  3. Ensure production goals are met so delivery windows are met
  4. Continuous Improvement actions are developed and completed
  5. Enforce standards of positive recognition, discipline and behavior to create a safe working environment
  6. Continuous improvement of the lean culture
  7. Quality System compliance, including TS-16949, ISO-14001, and OHSAS18001.
  8. Training plans are being met so there are no lost pitches due to training.
  9. Consistent enforcement of company policies
  10. Support of Continuous Improvement Process
  11. Authority and responsibility to stop production when a quality or safety issue arises
  12. Lockout/Tagout – responsible for ensuring all authorized Lockout/Tagout Employees have received the appropriate level of training and that these employees are provided with the proper equipment and personal protective equipment (PPE) to perform the job safely and that they are adhering to LOTO procedures

The company offers an annual salary in the $50,000 to $75,000 range.

 Requirements

  1. Prefer a minimum of an Associates Degree in Business or Manufacturing
  2. 5 years manufacturing experience in a lean environment
  3. 2 years of leadership experience including accountability for the performance of direct reports
  4. Knowledge of blow molding process and/or the extrusion or injection of plastic material
  5. Knowledge of assembly processes, preferably with Blow Molded fuel system
Plastic Resin Sales Manager – West Palm Beach, FL

Description

A plastic recycling and brokering company is searching for a Sales Manager that could become the Chief Operating Officer also.  In addition to selling plastic resins, the Sales Manager would also could also become the COO:

  • Ensuring accurate and timely reporting of operations
  • Ensuring compliance with established company procedures and internal controls with an objective to improve, streamline and document operating procedures
  • Providing analysis and interpretation of variances and financial results
  • Preparing and manages plant monthly statements

 Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Business Administration is preferred or equivalent experience
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Excellent computer/spreadsheet skills (CIE Trade experience a plus)
  • Experience selling recycled plastic resins.
  • Demonstrated initiative
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Excellent organizational skills with proven ability to prioritize
  • Self-motivated
  • Ability to multi-task
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