Injection Moulding Technician

Job Reference: WM - 2271

Location: Tonbridge

Salary: £30,000 - £35,000

Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

Injection Moulding Technician


  • Working permanent afternoon shift / Monday – Friday / 1400-2200
  • Responsible for managing the smooth running of a shift
  • Following procedures regarding tool change start up, shut down.
  • Ensure tools are running to standards and meeting efficiency targets.
  • Preventive maintenance of tools and related equipment as required.
  • Shift handover to incoming process technician.
  • Scrap reduction, cycle efficiencies and submission of start-up and process change sheets.
  • Following procedures regarding line clearance when work orders complete.
  • Detailed reporting of any equipment breakdown.
  • Assist other technical departments when required.
  • Monitoring quality of production during production run.
  • Code of practice checks, housekeeping, 5’s, SMED.
  • Health and Safety.
  • Following work instructions regarding the manufacture of product.
  • Efficient operation of moulding machines and assembly ensuring acceptable quality of parts.
  • Recording scrap accurately and informing Leads of any issues.
  • Any reasonable duty or request to meet the demands of a flexible working environment.


About You:


  • Excellent knowledge of injection moulding process, related materials and equipment and of product produced.
  • Good communication
  • Good attitude.
  • Slinging and lifting training a must
  • Robot knowledge
  • Problem-solving skills


Job Application:


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Candidates must be eligible to work and live in the UK