Process Engineering - Injection Molding

Tasks: Typical duties/responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following: o Develop and optimize new manufacturing processes, equipment and fixtures. o Perform process capability studies ensuring manufacturing processes are in control. o Provide technical assistance for applicable departments to assure the smooth operation of processes. o Develop and maintain SOPs and work instructions. o Provide departments with process input for new and redesigned products. o Work with molding specialists to troubleshoot existing molds, processes and equipment. o Responsible for accuracy of product routing and times. o Continuously improve the production floor through standardizing our manufacturing methods. o Manage long term capital improvement projects. o Work with tool engineering to complete tool proofing of all new tooling o Support and develop processes for T&B Utilities Group facility. o Travel as needed for projects. o Perform, as assigned, other similar or related duties. Requirements: Basic Qualification: o Bachelor of Science in Engineering and a minimum of 7 years of overall Manufacturing experience. Preferred Qualification: o Bachelor of Science in Engineering and 10 years of overall Manufacturing experience with 2 years of Injection molding experience. o Strong interpersonal skills a plus. o Experience in process development, and/or Statistical Process Control (SPC) desired. o Significant experience working within manufacturing and production floor environments. o Ability to Travel 35%. o Candidates must already have a work authorization that would permit them to work for ABB in the US. Additional information Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action at ABB ABB is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) and Affirmative Action Employer encouraging diversity in the workplace. US65497879_E8
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Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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