Process Technician (Mid-Ohio) in Crestline, OH at Vitro

Date Posted: 10/22/2019

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Job Description


The Process Technician is a member of the production unit who provides both process and equipment troubleshooting and gathers pertinent information for Production, Engineering, Maintenance and Quality by continuously evaluating the process equipment and recommending changes to improve safety, quality and value.

  1. Provide technical assistance to Production in resolving day-to-day production problems involving production equipment in order to maximize efficiency, productivity and to reduce equipment downtime.
  2. Investigate process development problems, propose solutions, communicate and gather input from others and implement approved solutions to support continuous improvement goals and ensure best solutions are applied.
  3. Plan and execute small -sized projects to improve operational efficiencies.
  4. Write job orders to correct malfunctions or improve processes, both in the short and long-term range in order to take ownership of continuous improvement opportunities.
  5. Support training activities and provide training as needed to employees in the use of new modified equipment within specific areas of accountability, to ensure a qualified workforce.
  6. Work with Engineering to determine new products and equipment to be tested and help to establish the parameters for evaluating new products and equipment (including assisting in the actual testing), to ensure a comprehensive assessment of new product and equipment prior to mass production.
  7. Order spare parts and supplies, etc. as necessary, determine adequate stock levels and write store additions and reductions to maintain proper inventory of parts and supplies used in specific areas of accountability.
  8. Specify, design or order production tooling or related items and assist in determining standards for key process variables to ensure tools, measurements and processes are in place to maintain targets for quality and productivity.

An Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.



Job Requirements

The incumbent must possess above-average technical skills. At a minimum, the incumbent must possess a High School Diploma or equivalent.   Post high school education in an electrical or mechanical field is preferred. PLC programming, Fanuc Robot programming, and hands on experience in fabrication, welding, electrical work and 5S is an asset. 

Shift work and work on weekends are required based on Customer demand, equipment installation and preventative maintenance requirements.