Sales Account Manager

Macomb, MI

Job Description

The account manager is responsible for building professional relationships with potential and current industry buyers. The account manager is also expected to earn RFQs from buyers and quote products competitively, while maximizing potential gains. This role is also responsible for technical and finance-related discussions with the customer, as well as internally.

Education & Experience:

• A minimum of five years of applicable Injection Molding work experience.
• Experience with computer and/or computer related systems.
• Relationship development skills.
• High school diploma or GED
• Computer Training (Preferred)
• Blue Print Reading
• College Degree (Preferred)
• Knowledge of Automotive and Injection Molding Process/markets (Preferred)


Project Engineer

Macomb, MI

Job Description

Manages new projects and existing projects from inception to completion. These projects may include new mold builds with production, engineering changes, spot buys, and revisions. Will work with Tool Shop, processing, inspection, and production management to ensure project completion and successful production launch

Education & Experience:

• Applicable work experience in the Automotive Industry. (Preferred)
• Experience with computers and related software such as MS Outlook, MS Word, Excel, etc. (Required)
• Computer Aided Design (CAD) Experience. (Preferred)
• Solidworks (CAD) Experience. (Preferred)
• Geomagic or Polyworks software Experience. (Preferred)
• Proficient in blueprint reading and GD&T. (Required)
• Quality System Related Experience (Preferred)
• Customer Communication Experience (Required)


Cell Technician

Job Description

a. Assist the Lead Process Technician in running a safe, clean, organized and controlled production floor.

b. Product Qualification
• Understand/perform all checks (per C.P.) and enter in appropriate database/spreadsheet.
• Perform final audit on all jobs per C.P.
• Understand/perform procedure for non-conforming product…N.C.R
• Perform necessary log entries regarding part quality into IQ Log
• Understand lot # system & traceability: including serial numbers / box count and label information
• Print labels, label cartons, stamp labels per instructions and packaging instructions in job book
• Reload labels and Ribbons in the Barcode printer when empty
• Quality alert / Certification requirements

c. Material Handling:
• Tend all machines running with appropriate resin per Work Instruction
• Log into IQ log: lot numbers, resin grade for each job running and know when/how to maintain current/changing lot numbers in IQ Log
• Perform moisture analysis with moisture analyzer
• Proper identification of material containers using Material Data Sheet
• Make cartons in accordance with packaging instructions
• Pull/Put Raw materials to Staging Area for Proper Press, and put away when job is down.
• Put/pull full pallets away from cell and stage for scanning
• Fill and label MAC Bins, recording lot numbers in IQLog
• Handle and Label Finished Stock, with Date/Shift Stamp
• Change Lot numbers in IQMS at the appropriate timing based on the PRISM lot control system and customer specific instructions.
• Print Labels, deliver to your cells, and pre-label cartons per guidelines.

d. Equipment:
• Understand its function and safety guidelines for using each piece of equipment used.
• Understand the possible failure modes and how to resolve them.
• Understand how process change impacts part quality and what the system is for managing it.
• Understand and perform cleaning and maintenance of equipment as applied to daily production.

e. Methods:
• Understand and perform IQMS System scrap and downtime entry.
• Understand and perform Realtime Production Bucket changes in IQMS as requested.
• Understand and perform first and lost shots check sheet and its importance to our system.
• Understand and perform final audits on all finished goods product coming off the machines.
• Understand and perform quality checks on product as required. This includes entry into IQMS.

f. Make Cartons for the Shift

g. Wrap Pallets for the Shift.

h. Empty Production Floor Garbage at the end of each shift.

i. Know and understand shift change expectations, as well as perform a sound rundown.

j. Coverage for Absences and Vacations of other personnel as required.

k. Load/Unload Deliveries as required (mostly on Shift #1)

Education & Experience:

• High school diploma or GED
• Computer Training (preferred)
• Robotic and/or Automation Training (preferred)
• Decoupled molding by R.J.G. (preferred)
• Recommended one year of applicable work experience.
• Experience with computer and/or computer related systems.
• Robotics and/or automation experience.


Shift Lead Process Technician

Location:  Meadville, PA
12-hour shifts
Job Description

• Oversee/Manage your specific shift consisting of 8 – 12 employees.
• Assure your team is successfully completing their required tasks for the oncoming shift.
• Communicate with off shift Lead process tech and Operations managers.|
• Maintain a safe, clean and professional work environment.
• Efficient and quick mold changes.
• Production start ups/shut downs.
• Assure product quality through use of process limits, machine auto reject alarms and part inspection to the control plan.
• Complete employee evaluations.
• Maximize your shift efficiencies by maintaining standard cycles and reducing scrap.
• Establish, maintain and evaluate effectiveness of authorized work instructions.
• Continuously improve all areas related to manufacturing.
• Maintain your shift by logging downtime and scrap within the ERP system.

Education & Experience:

• High school diploma or GED
• Computer training – Preferred
• Minimum 3 years of applicable work experience.  Supervision, injection mold processing, mold set-up.
• Experience with computers and ERP systems.
• Robotics and or automation training preferred.
• RJG, decoupled molding experience preferred.


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