Job Title: Process Engineer Supervisor
Date Posted: 06-30-2008
Job Location: Ohio-Cleveland
Job Type: Full Time
Education Level: Masters Degree
Work Experience: 5+ to 7 Years
Job Shift: First Shift
Yearly Salary:DOE (Depend on Experience)
Company Name: Lear Corporation
Contact Information: Lear Corporation   Lear Corporation (huronhr@lear.com)
Job Description:
Process Engineer Supervisor

 

The Lear Corporation is currently seeking a Process Engineer Supervisor in our Huron, OH
facility.  

 

The Huron facility is located just a few miles from Lake Erie beaches and Islands, Cedar Point
Amusement Park, beautiful golf courses and situated approximately one hour in driving distance
between the cities of Cleveland and Toledo. 

 

Our 375,000 square foot buildings operations include plastic injection molding, assembly, and
vacuum forming/cast in place operations of Acoustical barriers.  Production generally operates
three shifts a day five days a week. We manufacture and assemble interior components such as
instrument panels, center consoles, and door panels and ship to several major OEMs.

 

The Process Engineer Supervisor will be responsible for the following:

 

      Monitor and optimize manufacturing process.  Advise on tool, process or machine
correction to give manufacturing a larger operating window.

      Perform DOE and capability studies on regular basis in order to root cause and
troubleshoot potential Quality concerns.

      Establish a schedule for sampling new molds or materials.

      Assist Quality and Manufacturing on any customer quality concerns

      Provide training for Leads/Operators

      Analyze audit reports and scrap rate reports. Drive scrap reduction.

      Review tool drawings on future programs to insure manufacturing feasibility.

      Recommend gating design, advise on material selection for new programs.

      Update and improve existing machine technology.

      Attend required shoot of tools at tool shop.

      Establish a manufacturing process for new tools.

      Assist production in the launch of new programs and provide training to molding
technicians on new tools.

 

 

A Bachelors degree in chemical, plastics, mechanical or industrial engineering, or related
technical degree with three to five years of related experience in injection molding is
required.

 

If you have the desire to take on a new challenge and enjoy using your skills and abilities in
a fast-paced manufacturing environment, we would like to hear from you.  

 

Equal Opportunity Employer
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