Established in 1992, our client is a leader in providing passive components for high density optical interconnects. The company was founded to expand the use of MT style multifiber technology through the design, manufacturing, and sales of high precision fiber optic components.
Today their brands span the globe, delivering cost effective technology solutions for data center and enterprise structured cabling, public networks, circuit board interconnect, and industrial and military markets worldwide.
The Process Engineering Manager leads a team of engineers and technicians to establish, document, implement and maintain capable injection molding processes thru structured study and the application of scientific molding principles. Responsibilities include delivery of processes for new injection molding tooling introductions as well as support of existing tooling through cost reductions and process capability improvements. In addition, the role will:
To be successful in this critical role, ideal candidates have gained 1-2 years’ experience in a similar role in an industrial/manufacturing company. Additionally, you will need:
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