Process Technician - Injection Molding

Job Description:
Established international company has an opportunity at a high volume plant commutable to the east of Columbia, SC for a Process Technician - Injection Molding to be responsible for setup, quality, safety and evaluating the output of injection molding machines.
Will work in a team environment and there is bonus potential.
This role is on the 3rd shift.
HSG or GED with an associate degree in engineering or related field a plus or a bachelor degree At least 3 years of related experience working in a manufacturing environment Would like 5 years of experience with plastic injection molding with solid mechanical and technical skills Knowledge and experience with end of arm tooling, fabrication writing and install of robot programs Experience with lean manufacturing is required Basic math skills that are strong Experience with structured approach to problem solving like Root Cause Analysis and A3 Problem Solving Effective team player Very good with safety practices Ability to proactively drive process improvements Experience with APQP, IATF, TS 16949 and ISO 14001 Knowledge of technical process for plastics, machining and assembly Must be open to working on the 3rd shift Company Description The Cameron Craig Group is an executive search firm representing job openings in virtually every industry and job function across the country.
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