Process Engineer - RI

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Teknor Apex Company
Process Engineer - RI
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Division:Thermoplastics Elastomers
Location:Pawtucket, Rhode Island
Teknor Apex Companyis a privately held, global material science, company founded in 1924 and headquartered in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. We manufacture for our eight divisions in 9 locations in the U.S., and one each in Singapore, China, Belgium and the United Kingdom.
In all our businesses we pride ourselves on our commitment to technical innovation, quality products and custom service.Positions offered are both challenging and rewarding and have excellent growth opportunities.
Join our team as Process Engineer. Duties include:
Develops and implements production/processing methods and controls to meet quality standards in the most cost efficient manner.
Investigates and resolves work-in-process problems.
Recommends and implements improvements and/or modifications in sequence of operations, equipment utilization, and related matters.
Monitors assigned operations to assure compliance with approved methods and quality standards
BS or MS in Polymer Engineering, Polymer Science, Chemical Engineering, Materials Science or related discipline
2-3 years experience
Strong analytic ability and inductive thinking
Requires imagination, creative thinking and good organizational skills.
Requires a good understanding of the formulation, material science and equipment involved.
Must be able to work in a team environment.
Exposure to Six Sigma and Lean Experience preferred.
Ability to work in and support an ISO 9000 environment is needed.
Knowledgeable in engineered thermoplastics, polymer blends and polymer compounding.
Introduce and improve manufacturing process
Teknor Apexhas a long-standing history of caring for its employees. We are committed to the philosophy of providing employees with a comprehensive and competitive benefits package.
Medical w/prescription drug coverage
Dental and Vision
Life Insurance
401k w/company match and Pension Plan
Paid Holidays and Vacation
Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
Tuition Reimbursement
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Employee Wellness Program
Service Recognition

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