Plastic Process Technician - Cedar Rapids, IA

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Industry leader in custom molded plastics products seeks Molding Technician to support production operations in a fast paced, automated atmosphere.
Set up injection molding machine; install and remove molds.
Load cycles from machine memory or written process sheets and troubleshoot as required.
Perform material changes and material handling duties as required
Operate and set-up thermolators and any other auxiliary equipment as required.
Optimize machine process for quality and overall cycle time.
Perform preventative maintenance and safety checks on machines.
Maintain good housekeeping and adhere to all safety rules.
Knowledge of injection molding process required, as is the ability to read and interpret schematics or blueprints. Company sells to a variety of OEM customers, across a range of industries. Offering an interesting, fast-paced work environment and a committment to family values. Bbase salary to $50,000 and a full benefits package.
For complete details, call Alex Riddle at:
(609) 584-9000, ext 210
OR submit resume online to:
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Please reference #34964 when responding
Education Requirements: High School
Minimum Experience Requirements: 2-5 years
Job City Location: Cedar Rapids
Job State Location: IA
Job Country Location: USA
Salary Range: $40,000 to $50,000
WE ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER and our employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, handicap, disability or marital status. We reasonably accommodate individuals with handicaps, disabilities and bona fide religious beliefs.
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