Injection Moulding Team Lead
Posted on Jun 10, 2019 by CV-Library
The Injection Mould Team Lead will be required to ensure that all scheduled jobs are running to the production plan and in line with the established processes, that all products meet the agreed quality standard and that any quality issues are investigated and corrected in a timely manner in order to maintain the highest possible level of machine up-time.
To work with the Shift Supervisor to plan and prioritise work in line with the production schedule
To work with the Setter to prepare for production, setting machines and confirming accurate 'first-off's' that meet the quality standards
Maximising machine utilisation & overall equipment effectiveness
Identify the root cause of moulding issues and correcting the process to resolve them
Analysing 'problem jobs' to reduce scrap to a minimum
Documenting the production process to ensure traceability of products
The correct disposition of all waste from the moulding process
Responding to red-lights and recording all corrective action taken
Support the safe and effective operation of mould shop equipment and the production of moulded components to the required standard
To actively participate in, and facilitate team effectiveness through coaching, developing and influencing others in order to continually improve performance
Highlight opportunities for training and development of others in order to support faster and more accurate diagnosis of faults
Identify, lead and support continuous improvement initiatives
Full compliance with all company Standard Operations Procedures (SOP's)
To comply with all administrative and procedural requirements of the role
To ensure Health, Safety and Environmental Policies are adhered to at all times
The achievement of agreed personal and team objectives
Experienced technical setter with demonstrable knowledge of engineering polymers
Thorough and demonstrable knowledge of injection moulding process and moulding ancillaries
Experience of carrying out tool trials, machine conditioning and process optimisation
Experience of working with Krauss Maffei, Arburg, Engel, Haitian, Zhafir, Negri Bossi
Experience of working with Efacs and Microsoft Office
Experience of continuous improvements, 5S, Six Sigma and Lean working
Strong organisational and time management skills with the ability to prioritise effectively
Good commercial understanding of the manufacturing process
Excellent customer facing skills, presenting in a professional and knowledgeable manner
A team player with the ability to work productively and easily with others
The ability to build effective team relationships
Prepared to work flexibly depending on the needs of the business
Responsibility for Product/Equipment/Money
Responsible for machinery, tooling and tools
Working hours are Monday to Friday from 06:00 till 14:00.
This role is commutable from Whitney, Faringdon, Oxford and Chipping Norton.
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