Compound Finisher Job Description Sample
Compound Operator, Downstairs
Package PVC Compound in bags, boxes, and bulk.Label packaging according to instructions on schedule.Assemble boxes.Take samples and transport to lab.Clean unit between products.Housekeeping in assigned areas.Understand and follow established safety procedures.Understand and follow standard operating procedures.Understand and follow lockout/tagout procedures.Interpret schedule to correctly label production packaging.Monitor finished material for proper quality.Operate fork truck and electric hand truck safely.Utilize the proper tools for the job being done.Utilize exact weight scales and floor scales to properly weigh finished product.
Operate either a Banbury type batch mixer or a continuous mixer.Operate Pelletizing system.Collect data on production area.All Utility Operator functions listed above.
All Utility Operator functions listed above.Maintain finished goods inventory.Recycle B-grade. Back-up the Material Coordinator Raw Materials.
Back-up to all Material Handler positions.Maintain printers. Weigh each pallet or box of compound when it is complete. Properly mark and tag boxes, bags or pallets.
Verify bag weights and pallet weights. Complete all paperwork properly. Keep work area clean at all times.Assist in cleaning dicer housing.
Fabricate boxes for packaging compound. Assist in cleaning other areas within the department. Report any problems with your equipment immediately.Complete any other assignment given to you by your Crew leader or Supervisor.Maintain a reasonable level of quality production.
Perform all job duties in a safe and productive manner.Clean out material conveyors, Banbury, pit, mill and dicer between compound runs.Operate Banbury-mill system as scheduled on either compound or scrap production.Keep work station clean at all times. Includes hood, pan, dicer house and area as per clean up
Maintain a reasonable level of quality production.Complete paperwork properly.Keep cooling tank empty of any foreign material.Assist with cleaning other areas within the department.Report any problems with your equipment immediately. This includes any powder, water, steam
and air or oil leaks.
Complete any other assignment given to you by your Crew leader or Supervisor.Understand and follow established safety procedures.Understand and follow standard operating procedures.Understand and follow lockout/tagout procedures.Understand and follow specific unit/compound instructions written on unit instruction sheet.Understand and follow both written and verbal instructions.Utilize the proper tools for the job being done.Set temperature controllers, weigh scales, and batch weights according to unit instruction sheet.Monitor product to insure productivity and quality goals are achieved.
All Utility Operator responsibilities and authority listed above.Process downgrade and upgrade rejects from lab.Process customer returns.Maintain PC file for B-grade daily.Print B-grade PC reports.Review, change, print, sort, and file in the Supervisor's Office.Monitor manufacturing supplies.Provide for needs of the office.Perform assigned responsibilities in the Department's Training Program.Perform assigned responsibilities in quarterly inventories.Actively participate in department's focus on goals.Skills/
Unit and Utility Operator:
High School Diploma or GED or two years minimum work experience at TA/TN.Must have a valid driver's license.
All Utility Operator skills/education requirements above.Good written and verbal skills.Self-motivated and able to work with little supervision.Good organizational skills.Ability to work in a team environment.Ability to adjust to change.Ability to prioritize tasks.Maintain a good attendance and job performance record.Computer skills preferred but not required.Compound experience will be given preference.Qualifications & Competencies
. Essential Physical Requirements:
Bend, stoop, and lean over for extended periods while cleaning equipment.Weigh, stack and stencil 50 lb bags – 5 to a layer – 9 layers a pallet-appx. 20,000-30,000 lbs per
shift. Bending, reaching and stretching while assembling boxes.
Dump start up drums into back of Banbury weighing appx. 60 lbs without help (can be as heavy as
150 lbs with help).
Charge ingredients weighing appx. 40-50 lbs into back of Banbury. Can be as frequently as 15-20
times an hour.
Climb down ladder/steps to clean lower Banbury area.Operate fork and hand truck.Ability to climb ladder or stairs.Ability to wear required safety equipment.
Director, Pharmaceutical Development Compound Leader
Director, Pharmaceutical Development Compound Leader
Req #: 1801907
Location: Summit, NJUS
Job Category: Research and Early Development
Work Location: 556 Morris Avenue CELSUMWEST 07901
Organization: Celgene Corporation
Employee Status: Full time
Job Type: Regular
Other Locations:US- NJ- Summit West
Celgene is a global biopharmaceutical company leading the way in medical innovation to help patients live longer, better lives. Our purpose as a company is to discover and develop therapies that will change the course of human health. We value our passion for patients, quest for innovation, spirit of independence and love of challenge. With a presence in more than 70 countries, and growing - we look for talented people to grow our business, advance our science and contribute to our unique culture.
This position is responsible for delivering Pharmaceutical Development strategies and leading cross functional activities required for the development of pharmaceutical products as well as their associated manufacturing processes and controls. This position will provide committed and accountable leadership for development teams responsible for the pharmaceutical development of assigned compounds. This Director level position will work under the direction of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Technology Compound Leaders to support compound specific CMC development activities for Celgene drug candidates from candidate nomination continuing through development and product registration, partner closely with key stakeholders, and work collaboratively across multiple functional areas.
Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
Implements comprehensive, compound-specific development strategies and tactics to meet global project needs that incorporates all elements across the drug substance, drug product, analytical, quality, clinical supplies, and regulatory work space
Leads a high-performing scientific and technical cross functional team of PS&T Development scientists and engineers, and related CMC functional SMEs
Tracks and reports compound specific expense plans against predefined spending targets
Ensures appropriate technical, scale-up, and production strategies and timelines are in place to meet clinical supply and registration needs, and ensures production, technology transfer, validation and regulatory outcomes, meet or exceeds industry standards
Represent PS&T on Technical Commercialization Teams, and Global Project Teams for assigned compounds
Ensures an effective Target Product Profile is in place which adequately defines the product characteristics and performance expectations to inform pharmaceutical development work
Responsible for ensuring adequate transfer of knowledge to commercial manufacturing
Maximizes alignment, cooperation, input, decision making, commitment and synergy, of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Technology team members to ensure their technical contributions, meet and exceed program objectives
Promotes a "One-Team Culture" among scientists and engineers in drug substance, drug product and analytical development, and ensures the Compound Team operates within the mission and values of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Technology and Celgene
Provides sound scientific and technical leadership and advocacy to support the development of robust manufacturing processes and products, integrating current regulatory and industry standards
Communicates effectively and transparently with functional representatives within Pharmaceutical Sciences and Technology, and other stakeholders such as Quality, Toxicology, DMPK, Clinical Pharmacology, Regulatory, Clinical and Commercial Manufacturing, etc.) across the company
Ph.D. with 12 years' experience in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, Pharmaceutics or related disciplines, Master's degree with 15 years of experience may be considered
12 years' pharmaceutical development experience with exposure to all stages and aspects of product development
Comprehensive understanding of Drug Product Design and how pharmaceutical development integrates and partners with key functional areas such as Quality, Regulatory, Manufacturing, Clinical, and others
Proven leadership ability to align, motivate and empower team members
Demonstrated ability for critical thinking and innovation
Highly effective at communication, collaboration and negotiation
Accountable for delivery on complex development plans
Ability to understand and communicate risks as well as developing and executing contingency plans for development programs
Ability to manage ambiguity, and make sound scientific and business decisions with limited information (when necessary)
Proven ability to work effectively with cross-functional stakeholders in a complex, changing, environment
Ability to engage and align key stakeholders outside of PS&T and the project team
Celgene is committed to equal opportunity in the terms and conditions of employment for all employees and job applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability or veteran status. Celgene complies with all applicable national, state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment as well as employment eligibility verification requirements of the Immigration and Nationality Act. All applicants must have authorization to work for Celgene in the U.S.
Regional Joint Compound Sales Manager- NY, NJ Region
The Regional Joint Compound Sales Manager?s primary objective is to increase sales of Joint Compound in the Northeast region by identifying and targeting contractors and distributors. The incumbent will provide CBP?s joint compound business with guidance, planning and execution on the short term and long term commercial strategy to ensure that targeted volume, operating profit, and EBITDA goals are achieved and sustained.
The Regional Joint Compound Sales Manager (JCSM) is responsible for the regional sales management of Continental Building Product?s (CBP) portfolio of joint compound products through planning, analytics, rationalization, and new business development. This position will lead the sales planning and opportunity management of our joint compound products through contractor and distributor identification and targeting and the successful cross-functional coordination between Territory Sales Managers (TSMs) and a supporting team of Technical Field Representatives (TFRs) with the focus on growing CBP?s market position profitably (Volume and Operating Profit). The JCSM will oversee the development and maintenance of the region?s key market assessments and strategic plans. This includes field data gathering/consolidation (Voice of Customer), prioritizing and analyzing industry trends, products and customer requirements, and co-developing the associated marketing and advertising needs for product and promotions at an MSA level. This role will have a matrixed reporting structure and report to the RGM and the Sr. Director of Marketing. It will also work cross-functionally within the organization to ensure regional operating profit targets and sales volume goals are met and customer satisfaction goals are exceeded.
Joint Compound Regional New Business Development
Increase sales of joint compound
Develops new joint compound business opportunities by leading and targeting key contractors/finishers and distributors in the North Central regional markets to drive joint compound conversions.
Participate in key regional customer/contractor reviews as a key commercial sales and product resource.
Responsible for providing and reviewing daily/weekly/monthly product forecasts and reports for the sales operating process.
Works with the Technical Field Representatives and Territory Sales Mangers to perform key market intelligence and Voice-of-Customer (VOC) data to ensure that our joint compound product line satisfies the needs of our Customers and End-Users from a product breadth and quality standpoint.
Works with the TSMs to ensure successful execution of joint compound strategic sales plans targeting successful CBP joint compound conversions to increase CBP market share and achieve our commercial joint compound business plan.
Responsible for achieving the annual budget for joint compound ? Volume and Operating Profit targets for the region.
Assists with the strategic deployment of TFRs to target successful CBP joint compound conversions (key identified contractor opportunities) to increase CBP market share and achieve our commercial joint compound business plan.
Joint Compound Regional Sales Support
Participates in an annual internal CBP product line review through the ?eyes? of our customer base to ensure that we have the proper product offering to deliver best value for our customers and CBP.
Benchmark joint compound product-marketing activities with our competitors and assist in setting the strategic direction for the product line. Ensure CBP?s baseline product portfolio is stable, organized, optimized, and deployed in order to maximize our new brand.
Review and assess product line profitability to identify areas of opportunity (leakage and revenue generation) and assure that the regional strategic business plan is achieved.
Develop and deliver new product training content and materials to Internal and External Customers.
Work with Field Sales, Inside Sales, and Sales Services Group to develop internal promotional tools supporting the joint compound product line (i.e. Spiffs).
Partner with Logistics and Manufacturing to lead ongoing SKU rationalization, forecast management, analysis, and associated ROI to ensure optimal product availability from home plant.
Works with the Technical Field Representatives and Territory Sales Managers to ensure proper cross-functional support and leverages Salesforce.com to drive our go-to-market joint compound process (new opportunities, product demonstrations, call-backs, etc.)
Paint And Special Compound Applier
To perform Hand or spray application of paint and special compounds of parts, assemblies and finished apparatus.
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Hot airless, air, hot filling and sound deadening spray units, job hoist, steam jenny, air sanders, paint units, brushes, scrapers, wire brushes, ladders, scaffolds, chain and cable slings, safety equipment, small hand tools, electrostatic spray unit, worksaver, floor operated bridge hoist, small power hand tools, vacuum cleaner, protective cover, portable blasting equipment, gages or instruments to check proper millage of paint, overhead cranes, fork lift truck and other material handling equipment.
USED: Paint, varnish, shellac, thinners, solvents, filling compounds, oil, mashing tape, air, corrosion, preening compounds, name plate tags, healing torch, etc.
PRODUCED: Painted, varnished, shellacked, filled and slushed turbines, compressors, strainers, heaters, condensers, ejectors, tanks, turbochargers, mill motors, castings, gears, shafts, etc.
ResponsibilitiesReceives instructions from supervision.Works from work order book, drawings or special instructions.Selects equipment and material required for individual job.Stirs, shakes, mixes or things compounds as required.Mixes paints by adding ingredients as required to obtain proper consistency.Positions material by using a jib hoist or by means of an overhead crane.Cleans surfaces prior to painting by sanding, scraping, wire brushing, washing, etc.Prepares material for painting by filling and rubbing out, patching holes and crevices, masking, slushing, etc.Applies paint, varnish, shellac, solvents, filling compounds, sound deadening and other special compounds using a spray gun and/or brush.Loads material on flatbed trucks after painting operation.Obtains painting material from stock, as required.Removes and cleans any material by means of steam jenny for painting or production requirement.Climbs and works from ladders and low scaffolds occasionally.Makes minor repairs on spray units such as changing circulatory and draw vales, replacing nozzles, etc.Cleans paint spray unit and brushes after using.Cleans paint spray booth as required.Reports production count, time and identifying data as required.Maintains good housekeeping by keeping tools, material and equipment in proper place.Reports defective material and equipment to supervision.Observes all safety rules.Moves material in and out of laydown area or paint booth area.Checks wet and dry mil thickness of paint.Operates overhead crane.Operates fork lift truck and other material handling equipment.Attach name plate tags as required.Applies protective cover to finished unity as required.
The above statement reflects the general details considered necessary to describe the principal functions of the job identified, and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all of the work requirements that may be inherent in the job.
Must be available to work all shifts and overtime as needed.
Elliott is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by the federal, state or local laws of the United States. Elliott is a drug free workplace.
No agency submissions please. NOTE: Resumes submitted to any Elliott Group employee without a current, signed and valid contract in place with the Elliott Group recruiting team will become the property of Elliott Group and no search fees will be paid.
Biologics Compound Management Specialist (50)
Biologics Compound Management Specialist
We are seeking a detailed-oriented, logistics-focused biologics compound management specialist to help implement and then be a member of the team running a new biologics compound management function. You will assist in the implementation and performance of the processes and practices necessary for the registration, quality determination, storage, physical control and distribution of biologics throughout our site.
Assist in the mapping of the site's processes and in determining the flow of biologics to and from the groups within BDC
Work with these groups to determine the appropriate methods, containers, concentrations, volumes, and conditions for the transfer of these materials
Assist in the design, building and implementation of the aliquoting procedures, storage conditions and control practices for these materials
Assist in the implementation of an inventory system
In collaboration with all relevant groups within BDC, assist in the development of quality control standards and assays for the biologics. You will then implement these assays and maintain these standards
Assist in sample handling and logistics including shipping
BS, Masters or PhD in biology or related field with 3 - 7 years of professional experience in compound management
Proven ability to assist in the mapping and characterization of processes is desirable
Strong experience in the handling and basic characterization of biologics (mass spectrometry, SEC, light scattering, endotoxin measurements, etc.)
Strong experience performing and optimizing mycoplasma and other sterility indicating assays
Strong knowledge of antibody discovery, small scale production and purification and screening
Proven ability to perform at a very high level in a small team of fellow compound management scientists
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Molding Compound Assistant
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VACANCY REFERENCE NUMBER 106555
Molding Compound Assistant
Location: United States : Osceola, AR
Function: Overall Supporting Function
Career Level: Senior professionals (> 5 years)
Legal Entity: Evonik Cyro LLC
Business Line: Methacrylates
What we offer
You will work on exciting and challenging topics together with a team in an ultra-modern, innovative and creative environment. Intensive on-the-job training with expert colleagues guarantees you will quickly become familiar with your duties and perform them independently. Performance related pay and the opportunity for personal and professional development are of course part of the package. Since 2009 Evonik Industries AG has been certified as a family-friendly company by the German Hertie Foundation.
MEET THE TEAM - Learn more about Evonik from our employees
The Molding Compound Assistant is part of a team that is responsible for the operation of the two reactor trains in the Molding Compound plant, from monomer storage through finished product packaging. The Molding Compound Assistant handles a variety of incoming raw material feeds to the reaction system and has primary responsibility for finished product process equipment and packaging downstream of the extruder die.
Handle a variety of incoming raw material feeds to the reaction system and assume responsibility for finished product process equipment and packaging downstream of the extruder die.
The Molding Compound Assistant is the primary resource for draining process equipment, changing process filters, repairing leaks, changing sight glasses, changing check valves, and unplugging process equipment.
Perform rounds at specified intervals to ensure the optimum operation of the Molding Compound process, and detection of unsafe conditions, potential upsets, or quality issues.
Check the pelletizer room or rooms every thirty minutes to ensure that the strands have not fallen and that all is in proper operating order.
Operate the Molding Compound process in a cost-effective manner, to ensure that the Molding Compound products remain competitive.
High School diploma or equivalent.
Basic problem-solving skills preferred.
To ensure the fastest process of your application and to protect the environment, please apply online via our careers portal at https://careers.evonik.com.
VACANCY REFERENCE NUMBER 106555
Please note that Evonik will not accept any unsolicited application documents sent by staffing firms. Evonik works in conjunction with preferred service providers and will not pay any fee to staffing firms in the absence of an appropriate framework agreement. Should Evonik receive a candidate profile from a staffing firm with which it has no framework agreement, and should this candidate subsequently be considered in the recruitment process or offered employment, no claims from the staffing firm will be entertained in this regard.
Compound Lab Mixer
Compound Lab Mixer
Modine Manufacturing Company
Starting Salary Range:
Modine provides a competitive benefit package, including paid vacation, sick leave, 401(k), Defined Contribution Retirement Plan, health, dental, vision, and life insurance, flexible spending benefits, tuition reimbursement, and more!
Required Security Clearance:
Science and Laboratory, General Labor/Semi-Skilled, Engineering - Chemical
This position is responsible for the production and shipment of finished products from the Compound Lab. The incumbent must be proficient in all daily activities of the Compound Lab and must be capable of safely operating the Lab in the absence of supervision.
Understand, review and utilize detailed mixing and quality control procedures.
Understand, review and perform QC procedures using sophisticated analytical equipment under supervision.
Schedule and assist with shipping/receiving activities.
Maintain a working knowledge of Department of Transportation regulations for the shipment of hazardous material.
Maintain copies of safety data sheets and certificate of analysis on all raw materials.
Conduct monthly inventories on raw materials and finished products and/or assists in resolution of discrepancies.
Support preventative maintenance program on production equipment as defined in Compound Lab schedule.
Operate Compound Lab industrial equipment.
Safely dispose of generated wastes according to EH&S waste disposal guidelines.
Identify production inefficiencies and review practices with management.
Participate in scheduled safety training and apply training to daily job activities.
Obtain and maintain Class C certification for underground storage tank inspections.
Use EXCEL inventory program to generate bill of ladings.
Associates Degree in Science (chemistry preferred) or two years of post-high school education with an emphasis in science.
Understanding of mathematical and chemical concepts.
Must be computer literate, working knowledge of current versions of Windows, Office, Word and Excel.
Communicate effectively across all levels.
Proficient in fork lift operation, certification preferred.
Capable of lifting 50 lbs. repetitively.
Comfortable working with hazardous materials.
Some plant and/or supplier travel may be necessary.
Modine is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Welcomes all Qualified Applicants!
PolyOne Corporation (NYSE:POL), is an award-winning workplace because of the value we place on our people and their contributions through, recognition programs, competitive pay, community involvement, and opportunities to grow professionally and personally. We have a proven track record of promoting from within by providing professional development opportunities.
We are a $3 billion world-class, global provider of polymer solutions with our materials used in everyday products ranging from sports equipment to medical devices to electronics and more. With approximately 6,000 global associates and 70+ facilities around the world, we collaborate closely with our customers to deliver innovative products and services. If you like to be challenged in a fast-paced, team environment and to work with top, innovative talent, then PolyOne is the ideal company for you to build a career.
Position is responsible for the set up and operation of equipment which blends/mixes/packages/transports liquid or dry chemicals that comprise our customer products. Position ensures the highest quality product at the lowest possible costs while meeting customer specifications and delivery requirements in accordance with PolyOne Corporation policies and procedures.
Sets up, starts and runs all machinery, checking all controls for adherence to operating/safety procedures and ISO standards.
Weighs ingredients to meet recipe specification and inserts into machinery, or ensures the correct ingredients are delivered to the work area and inserts pre-blended materials into machinery.
Monitors production and equipment to ensure safe and efficient operation. Troubleshoots equipment and processing issues.
Operates machinery to mix, extrude/discharge or handle materials according to operating procedures.
Examines materials visually or physically to ensure conformance with established standards.
May take samples of materials to lab for evaluation and instructions on any batch adjustments if needed.
Refers issues/problems to Production Lead or Production/Shift Supervisor for disposition.
Performs all required machine cleaning.
Completes and maintains all required system inputs/transactions. Responsible for data integrity.
Documents work completed as required including logs, data reports, procedures, etc.
Participates in training, retraining and continual improvement processes and methods.
Follows and complies with all safety and work rules and regulations. Maintains departmental housekeeping standards.
Other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience
- High School Diploma / GED, some manufacturing experience preferred but not required
- Computer skills helpful
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; talk and/or hear.
Occasionally required to sit.
The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 55 pounds.
Specific vision abilities may require close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
Requires the use of safety equipment as dictated by the work area such as safety glasses and shoes, dust mask, hard hat, respirator, face shield, hearing protection, gloves, aprons, etc.
The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate with the exception of high noise areas. Proper personal safety equipment needs to be used while performing this job and that equipment is dictated by the plant safety guidelines.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, dust, fumes, airborne particles, chemical dust, and risk of electric shock, vibration, non-hazardous chemical agents and outside weather conditions.
Regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts and fumes or airborne particles. The employee is frequently exposed to vibration.
We offer a competitive salary, incentive and benefit plan to eligible employees. Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life insurance, disability, spending accounts and 401(k).
PolyOne Corporation is a drug free workplace. PolyOne is an equal opportunity employer. We maintain a policy of non-discrimination in providing equal employment to all qualified employees and candidates regardless of race, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, color, religion, national origin, disability, genetic information, protected veteran's status, or other legally protected classification in accordance with applicable state and local law.
Associate Director, Screening And Compound Management
HD Biosciences, Inc. (San Diego), a WuXi AppTec Company, is expanding its Screening and Compound Management team. We're seeking a capable leader to lead the team.
Lead a team with 5~8 people to support in vitro pharmacology assay and compound management in company
Help to design, develop and validate a variety of assays for screening as requested from customers.
Perform research related to improving and expanding core technology capabilities
Interact directly with customers to understand their requests, trouble shoot assay problems and propose/pursue solutions/Report/project update.
Perform and manage SAR/HTS compound screening project.
Be able to utilize literature and internal data sets to design and test target modulation hypotheses.
Ph.D. in biology, biochemistry, pharmacology or closely related field
Scientific and technical background in drug discovery, with demonstrated proficiency in assay development, optimization, and screening with small molecules.
Attention to detail, and organization skills are critical
Collaborative and proactive attitude with excellent written and oral communication skills
Flexibility to accommodate to rapidly changing priorities and deadline
Ability to work as part of an interdisciplinary team environment
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
Chemical Compound Engineer
Cooper Tire offers an entirely unique work experience because no matter what your title is, you'll play a part in contributing to the development, manufacturing and marketing of some of the most innovative tire products in the world. Cooper is a fun and exciting place to work, and we easily stand apart from our competition. We're constantly on the lookout for individuals who share our beliefs -- motivated individuals who can lead by example and inspire others to greatness. The opportunities are endless and the rewards rich for those who believe that job satisfaction and career success begin with a satisfied customer. Careers are a Journey…Come Ride with Us!
The Compound Development group at Cooper Tire is currently seeking to fill an experienced compounding role. The person in this position would work on development teams as well as on individual assignments. This person would have responsibility for researching, evaluating, and implementing new compound and materials technologies using laboratory testing and tire performance for direction. Other responsibilities would include developing new laboratory test methods and interfacing with other technical groups within the Cooper global technical footprint. Additionally, this position gathers customer input from the areas of Purchasing, Manufacturing, Research, and Tire Applications Development and helps provide technical direction based on this input.
At least B. S. in Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, or other related science / engineering degree required
3+ years of experience in rubber compounding and/or polymerization,
Abillity to manage multiple projects at once
Very strong desire to learn
Ability to work with others
Good communication skills
Evidence of accomplishment and leading successful projects
Proven track record on idea conceptulization and implementation
Cooper Tire is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. We strive to recruit, develop and retain top candidates by providing an engaging culture and opportunities to grow and develop. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, status as an individual with a disability or any other characteristic protected by applicable law.
Cooper's benefits philosophy is simple. We want our employees to come to work knowing they have a great support structure behind them. That's why Cooper has developed a competitive total rewards program for employees that promotes personal health, assists employees in maintaining a healthy balance between work and life and meets the diverse personal and professional needs of Cooper employees and their families.
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