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Plant Paint Process Engineer

PLASTIC OMNIUM

Job Description

Hungry for challenges? Join a group with innovation at its heart and contribute to the automotive revolution!

With 32,000 team members located in 26 countries and a 2018 revenue of €8.2 billion, Plastic Omnium is world leader in intelligent exterior systems, clean energy systems and front-end modules.

Through its offer in the exterior body panels market, Plastic Omnium provides customized multi-material solutions with high added value that increasingly integrate functions and enhance safety to reduce vehicle weight and CO2 emissions.

Our ambition? Provide automakers with cutting-edge equipment and solutions to develop tomorrow's clean and connected car.

Specific Job Duties:

* Set-up and develop Plastic Omnium's painting process window for 2K prime, waterborne base coats, and 2K clear coats.
* Work with equipment suppliers to accurately collect application and performance data on new technology tested in the painting process.
* Operate paint process and application equipment in accordance with established control plans in order to satisfy the customer quality standards and delivery schedule.
* Participate in the development of robotic path motions and operating parameters for the introduction of new products and the continuous improvement of existing programs to optimize transfer efficiency and improve cycle times within the guidelines of the control plans and customer quality standards.
* Robotic path work cycle times * Initiate, recommend or provide solutions utilizing error proofing techniques to prevent the occurrence of any non-conformities relating to the product, process and/or quality system through designated channels.
* Establish, coordinate and evaluate the necessary training and 'hands-on' troubleshooting requirements of the robot technicians including all electrical, mechanical and pneumatic functions of the Durr's, control cabinets, spray guns and PLC interconnections.
* Direct all changes and modifications to the paint control plan and process FMEA resulting from continuous improvement activities as well as internal or external customer requirements in accordance with ISO-TS16949 protocol.
* Track, record and prepare management reports detailing process capability and trend analyses of key parameters as directed by the Paint Technical Manager.
* Actively participate in continuous improvement teams as assigned by the Paint Technical Manager.

We are an equal opportunity employer. M/F/D/V
Except where prohibited by state law all offers of employment are conditioned upon successfully passing a drug test.
We participate in the E-Verify Employment Verification Program.
Must be authorized to work in the United States without company sponsorship now or in the future.

Some of our Outstanding Benefits Effective on Day of Hire:
* Medical / Dental / Vision plans
* Paid Holidays
* Vacation Pay
* Vehicle Discount Programs
* Tuition Assistance and Professional Development Programs
* 401K

Competencies:

* Safety Minded
* Previous automotive Class A finishing and robotic experience.
* Experience with industrial control, computer technology and programming is an asset.
* Bachelor's Degree in Chemical, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering required; work related experience may be substituted in lieu of degree.

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Location US-SC-Greer, United States
Employment Type Full-Time
Pay Type Year
Pay Rate N/A
Store Type Engineering & Aerospace

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PLASTIC OMNIUM
Company:
US-SC-Greer, United States
Location:
Full-Time
Employment Type:
Year
Pay Type:
N/A
Pay Rate:
Engineering & Aerospace
Store Type:

Job Description

Hungry for challenges? Join a group with innovation at its heart and contribute to the automotive revolution!

With 32,000 team members located in 26 countries and a 2018 revenue of €8.2 billion, Plastic Omnium is world leader in intelligent exterior systems, clean energy systems and front-end modules.

Through its offer in the exterior body panels market, Plastic Omnium provides customized multi-material solutions with high added value that increasingly integrate functions and enhance safety to reduce vehicle weight and CO2 emissions.

Our ambition? Provide automakers with cutting-edge equipment and solutions to develop tomorrow's clean and connected car.

Specific Job Duties:

* Set-up and develop Plastic Omnium's painting process window for 2K prime, waterborne base coats, and 2K clear coats.
* Work with equipment suppliers to accurately collect application and performance data on new technology tested in the painting process.
* Operate paint process and application equipment in accordance with established control plans in order to satisfy the customer quality standards and delivery schedule.
* Participate in the development of robotic path motions and operating parameters for the introduction of new products and the continuous improvement of existing programs to optimize transfer efficiency and improve cycle times within the guidelines of the control plans and customer quality standards.
* Robotic path work cycle times * Initiate, recommend or provide solutions utilizing error proofing techniques to prevent the occurrence of any non-conformities relating to the product, process and/or quality system through designated channels.
* Establish, coordinate and evaluate the necessary training and 'hands-on' troubleshooting requirements of the robot technicians including all electrical, mechanical and pneumatic functions of the Durr's, control cabinets, spray guns and PLC interconnections.
* Direct all changes and modifications to the paint control plan and process FMEA resulting from continuous improvement activities as well as internal or external customer requirements in accordance with ISO-TS16949 protocol.
* Track, record and prepare management reports detailing process capability and trend analyses of key parameters as directed by the Paint Technical Manager.
* Actively participate in continuous improvement teams as assigned by the Paint Technical Manager.

We are an equal opportunity employer. M/F/D/V
Except where prohibited by state law all offers of employment are conditioned upon successfully passing a drug test.
We participate in the E-Verify Employment Verification Program.
Must be authorized to work in the United States without company sponsorship now or in the future.

Some of our Outstanding Benefits Effective on Day of Hire:
* Medical / Dental / Vision plans
* Paid Holidays
* Vacation Pay
* Vehicle Discount Programs
* Tuition Assistance and Professional Development Programs
* 401K

Competencies:

* Safety Minded
* Previous automotive Class A finishing and robotic experience.
* Experience with industrial control, computer technology and programming is an asset.
* Bachelor's Degree in Chemical, Electrical or Mechanical Engineering required; work related experience may be substituted in lieu of degree.

Job Requirements

 
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