Product Development Technician - First Shift
Dover, NH Technical Services
Job Type
Full-time
Description

  

Welch Fluorocarbon, Inc. is currently looking to fill the role of Product Development Technician for our Technical Services Team

Since 1985, Welch Fluorocarbon has specialized in providing thermoformed and heat-sealed products to a variety of customers. We utilize the best, thin, high-performance films. Welch Fluorocarbon was founded to answer the industry’s demand for high-performance plastic products. 


Our corporate culture is a true team environment where there is a presence of clear purpose, the strength of real community and the celebration of individual creativity. Every day we prove that “the whole is always greater than the sum of its parts.” The foundation of our culture is based on the core ideology of balance. At Welch Fluorocarbon, we believe that balance is achieved when all people involved in a transaction are satisfied with the outcome. As part of our culture and promoting balance for Team Members lives, Welch provides a competitive benefits package.


Company Paid Benefits – No Cost to Team Members 

• 100% Paid Health and Dental Insurance Premiums for you and your family 

• Partial reimbursement of any deductibles you may incur for each family member per year 

• 100% Paid Life, Short and Long-Term Disability Insurance 

• 120 hours of Personal Time Off (PTO) pay

• 10 Paid Holidays annually 

• Flextime 

• 401K Company match up to 5% after one year of employment 

• Education reimbursement, up to $1,500.00 annually after one year of employment 

• BJ’s Wholesale Club membership

• Team Member Referral Bonus Program 

Additional Voluntary Benefits – Payroll Deductions 

• 401K Plan enrollment after 30 days of employment from your start date 

• Vision Insurance plans for you and your family 

• Aflac Insurance available for additional coverages 


Essential Tasks:

  • Support PD Engineers in verification and validations of products through participation of IQ OQ PQ tasks. 
  • Establish initial process parameters for new or revised tooling and equipment.
  • Support Engineering with troubleshooting of product and process difficulties.
  • Support Manufacturing by resolving tooling, equipment, and process parameter issues. 
  • Support Engineers as assigned with tooling and equipment preparation for use including creating tool storage solutions and applying and documenting asset tags.      
  • Complete preventative maintenance work orders for all tooling and equipment according to EIQ MRO module schedule.
  • Maintain 5S standards for the Critical Spare Parts Kanban. 
  • Implement and maintain Gauges/Devices module for all new and existing Gages/Devices: Setup Gauge/Device overview, establish Calibration parameters, input  R&R and Gage Studies data provided by Engineer, and link associated documentation (gage CMM reports, drawings, etc.).
  • Support Engineers as assigned to complete Gage R&Rs and MSAs.
  • Other tasks as assigned by the Product Development Team Leader
Requirements
  • High school level education minimum
  • Previous experience with tools and measurement devices
  • Hands-on use of common hand tools and simple equipment; screw driver, wrenches, drill, etc.
  • Hands-on use of measurement devices; micrometer, caliper, etc.
  • Ability to read engineering drawings and documentation
  • Correct interpretation of dimensions and basic GD&T
  • Read and write simple work instructions, equipment procedures, etc. 
  • Ability to read, write, and speak in English and be clearly understood
  • Simple math skills; Add, subtract, multiply, and divide with whole numbers without a calculator
  • Simple computer skills; Microsoft Word, Excel, etc. with the ability to learn new one


Physical Requirements

  • Able to lift 30 pounds without help of equipment, but using proper lifting techniques
  • Able to ascend/descend ladders, stairs, crouch/kneel (for short periods), and stand for sustained periods of time (less than several hours)
  • To have sufficient visual acuity (with correction if necessary) to see small parts, part defects, and read computer monitors/documentation
  • Able to work in conditions of high heat and humidity for several hours at a  time

Eligibility to Work

  • Must be able to verify identity and eligibility to work      in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility      verification form.
  • Must be able to pass a Background Check.