Summary of Functions:
The Process Technician will support the production efforts at Medbio, Inc. in the staging of tooling and startup of production jobs while maintaining reasonable efficiencies, minimizing tool damage/wear, and preserving the safety of all viability. Support of engineering development and corrective/preventative action efforts are required as necessary.
Major Duties and Responsibilities:
- Provide machine set up and process support for all production processes
- Clean, stage and tear down molds (with extreme care and attention) to meet production needs
- Communicate in an effective and timely manner any equipment issues/breakdowns to maintenance
- Communicate in an effective and timely manner any tooling issues to the Production Manager and the team Process Engineer
- Measure first shots for each production job, as necessary
- Run sample parts and facilitate in establishing processes for new and transfer tooling projects
- Exhibit safety awareness and safe work practices
The Process Technician reports directly to the Team Supervisor for daily work priorities. The Process Technician reports to the Process Engineer for technical direction and training. Team Supervisors and the Production Manager will provide the scheduling priorities for the Process Technician. Engineering samples or prototype runs will be scheduled in conjunction with the Process Engineer and the Production Manager to avoid complications.
Experience and/or Educational Requirements:
- High School Diploma or GED equivalent. Prefer a two-year training certificate or Associates Degree in plastics-related subject
- Attended advanced training courses in plastics injection molding processing
- Preferred 5-10 years experience with advanced plastics injection molding processing
- General understating of automation systems and equipment
- Basic computer skills (Microsoft Office)
- Basic blueprint reading skills
- Strong written/verbal communication, leadership, interpersonal and motivational skills
- Understanding of ISO and FDA/GMP regulations with regard to production processes and documentation practices
Must be able to work a standard 40 hour work week with occasional overtime including weekends as a possibility. Sitting and/or standing for an extended period of time as well as some walking within the facility. Must be able to see with or without corrective lenses and distinguish color differences and depth perception for product and safety issues. Hearing ability should be sufficient to hear and react to audible alarms from distances up to 100 feet. The ability lift and carry various items up to 70 pounds.