Reporting to the Engineering Manager, Molding, Manufacturing Process Technology. Responsible for the project management of injection molding tool development in support of new medical disposable product activities. Carries out mold tool development from the prototype stage to full commercial scale tooling and does the process development required to support commercialization.
Significant contributor to the development of technology strategy and plans for molding.
Manages project activities, including planning, organizing, and execution of major projects to successful completion with emphasis on timing, budget, and business performance.
Provides project management leadership for the injection molding tooling required to support a new product.
Provides technology input to guide product development on design-for-manufacturability.
Can be a team member or team leader on multi-functional project teams in support of new product launches.
Interfaces with R&D, Marketing, Design, and Manufacturing in the execution of project goals.
Responsible for the budget plan and execution in support of new product projects, including expense and capital equipment.
Seeks and evaluates new technologies for application to BD Business.
Provides leadership in the transfer of new mold tooling applications to manufacturing.
Communicates and coordinates molding process development activities.
Directs projects and/or employees in multi-functional setting. Directs activities of vendors and plant technicians to accomplish project objectives.
Anticipates consequences of actions and/or decisions. Makes decisions that are in the best interest of the company. Seeks new methods/solutions to achieve goals; has the ability to react quickly to changing situations. Prepares and maintains specific project task load time commitments to meet appropriate priorities.
Demonstrates initiative and innovation in action/ideas, respectively with constant vision toward execution of his/her assignment(s), including project management.
Contributes to and participates in expense and capital budgeting. Prepares CB-2 for submission. Controls spending.
Interfaces with appropriate/relevant functional groups and manufacturing sites for achieving project goals.
Keeps abreast and maintains latest technological developments in areas of responsibility.
Works independently to take work and get it done by prioritizing and scheduling the completion of assignments, within budget constraints.
Has authority to prioritize required activities in order to achieve overall project (s) objective.
Monthly status report to Manager and Director.
Able to train, develop and counsel assistants and team members.
BS Mechanical or Plastics Engineering (preferred) or related field required; tool and die maker training preferred.
Minimum of eight years experience in injection molding tool technology.
Knowledge of plastic part design.
Knowledge of thermoplastic and thermoset technologies, molding materials
technology, and assembly technology.
Knowledge of plastic processing.
Knowledge of metrology techniques for plastic parts.
Knowledge of molding production operations in a high volume precision parts business.
US-New Jersey-Franklin Lakes
First Shift / Day Job
Becton Dickinson - 11 months ago