Support daily operations of the rolling mill by interacting with the employees, observing and collecting data along with feedback from the employees on the floor to be relied on to provide recommendations to improve the performance of the mill.

Other Responsibilities:

  • Review customer specifications and support all areas to meet customer demand.
  • Develop understanding of Rolling equipment capabilities and applications.
  • Evaluate the impact of Roll configuration changes.
  • Create, maintain & update mill instructions as required to produce quality product.
  • Provide internal/external technical support for Hot Rolling processes including reviewing and resolving deviations, non-conformances, and customer complaints.
  • Support Operations Leadership with data collection, reporting and training.
  • Work closely with Maintenance, Engineering, Quality, Operations and other support functions to meet developmental needs and business plan requirements with internal and external customers.
  • Analyze mill data and apply problem solving techniques to reduce downtime, improve yields and improve product quality.
  • Recommend and develop strategic mill improvement projects.
  • Support product/process Continuous Improvement programs that support Rolled Bar Value Stream Team.
  • Utilize statistical data analysis, process modeling, and sub/full – scale trials to support initiatives.
  • Communicate results to management, colleagues, and customers in the form of written reports and oral presentations.
  • Manage conversion stainless products, recommending actions for product improvements, investigating claims, and finding solutions to production issues.
  • Supervise order entry, scheduling, and shipping of conversion products.
  • Monitor and report on customer value streams.


Basic Qualifications:

Bachelors of Science in Material Science or related discipline 3 years of experience in process or product engineering experience related to Ni/Fe/Co- base super alloys, titanium and/or specialty/stainless steels or other related industries.

5+ years in Metallurgy in a manufacturing environment. Hot Mill and Rolling experience a plus.

Relocation Assistance Available  / Interview Travel Reimbursed  / Willingness to Travel – Occasionally ONSITE only.

Injection Molding Technician

Our client is a leading manufacturer of closure systems globally. 
Responsible setting-up and starting production, as well as trouble shoot issues with the molding processes.
  • Install and set up molds in injection molding machines.
  • Handle insert and material changes.
  • Start up production and trouble shoot problems.
  • Change over assembly machines and supervise running and assist with minor problems.
  • Communicate any mold or machine issues with the tooling or maintenance departments.
  • Perform quality assurance measurements in an ISO 9001/14001/50001/BRC certified environment.
  • Keep the production floor organized.
  • Responsible for upholding the BRC Hygiene Standard and its focus on Product Safety.
  • 3-7 Years of experience in an injection molding environment.
  • RJG or Paulson Plastics training.
  • Experience with single and bi-injection molds.
  • Experience with large and small cavitation hot runner and cold runner molds.
  • Experience with unscrewing molds, robots and polyolefins.
  • High school or GED.
  • Computer skills in MS Excel and MS Word.
7am – 3:30pm, OT available at 1.5x

Tool Room Technician

Responsible for mold troubleshooting, ensuring PM’s are carried out following all standard requirements and preventive maintenance procedures. Ensure that molds are thoroughly cleaned, stored, and maintained. Ensure repairs are made in a timely fashion following the production schedule. Responsible for training and implementation of procedures of all tool room trainees to ensure they are proficient and following all safety guidelines.
  • Ensure safe working practices
  • Mold troubleshooting
  • Maintain the cleaning of all tool room equipment and machinery used to perform job functions
  • Oversee all maintenance for molds internal and external
  • Maintain records for all mold maintenance (planned PM or emergency repairs)
  • Work with production to ensure mold longevity as well as full cavitation on all tools
  • Responsible for upholding the BRC Hygiene Standard (Food Safety) and its focus on Product Safety
  • Responsible for upholding all company environmental, hygiene and energy initiatives and practices (ISO 9001, ISO 50001 & ISO 14001)
  • 7-10 Years of experience in mold building or fabrication
  • RJG or Paulson Plastics training preferred
  • High school or GED
  • Computer skills in MS Excel and MS Word
  • Ability to lead and train employees while sufficiently measuring the effectiveness of training


Days from 7am – 3:30pm, OT available at 1.5x



Our client has an opening for a Site Manager at our NJ plant. The Site Manager is accountable for overseeing plant performance as it relates to safety, cost, machine uptime, quality, waste and overall process reliability, while overseeing employees and fostering effective teams.


  • Committed to a safe work environment and ensures that all IP safety and health reliable methods and federal and state OSHA requirements are in place and followed.
  • Coordinates site efforts through Complex General Manager, other complex facilities to achieve quality targets, volume expectations, and delivery requirements.
  • Works with Complex General Manager to develop and implement short- and long-term plans to become a low-cost producer and preferred supplier for customers.
  • Manages direct reports in customer service, production, quality, shipping, scheduling and maintenance departments.
  • Develops and maintains an effective team and organizational structure, through personal involvement, to maximize performance and drive superior customer and employee satisfaction.
  • Manages plant assets and aligns with strategic plans.


  • High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • Minimum 6 years experience in production management, with industry experience.
  • Proven in-depth manufacturing knowledge including manufacturing processes and corrugating and converting equipment.

Our client offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package that includes medical, dental, disability, life and accident insurance, vacation as well as a 401(k) plan and retirement savings account.   This is a great opportunity to start a career with a dynamic and proven manufacturer in the packaging industry.


Who You Are:

A leader who will work side by side with the Sr. Director of Procurement, and lead a team of talented costing professional to achieve company goals and offer best in class costing procedures. This is a high visibility role and will be responsible for cost management to evaluate product designs, provide a framework to drive cost reduction, develop cost estimates which are used by cross functional departments in the design and development process, and manage the costing system that provides the product costing statistic to produce the financial reports.

What You’ll Do:

  • Provide timely, competitive and reliable product cost estimates and economic information of products in support of the effective execution of design, development and manufacturing process.
  • Analyze product design to effect maximum utilization of materials, methods and processes in order to meet cost objectives and quality specifications.
  • Ability to Identify areas for cost reduction during design process to help teams meet cost targets.
  • Develop “should cost” estimates.
  • Develop cost control and improvement projects each year to partner with factories.
  • Responsible for maintaining a material cost library and tracking core commodity costs.
  • Communicates updates to management and other stakeholders regarding product costing activities.
  • Active participant in the annual budget setting process.
  • Evaluation of factories and their capabilities.

Qualification You Have:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Applied Science or Applied Mathematics from a four-year college or university.
  • Minimum of 7+ years working experience in product costing.
  • Thorough understanding of the product development and manufacturing processes; prior work experience inside manufacturing environment is an essential requirement. 
  • Merchandising knowledge or experience in the consumer product industry is a plus.
  • Knowledge of financial and engineering economy concepts is a definite advantage.
  • Good presentation and communication skills in both written and spoken English

Travel: This position will eventually require domestic and international travel of up to 15%.

We offer work-life balance benefits such as paid maternity and paternity leave, hybrid work schedules, and annual weeklong global office closures giving our people a chance to recharge!


Primary Purpose of this Job

This position will be responsible for working with maintenance & production when assisting with projects, major maintenance, managing outages & shutdowns. Other responsibilities will include the research, design and assessment of new equipment, tools, processes and standards inside of safety, people, quality, cost and responsiveness for both maintenance and production.

Essential Functions (other duties may be assigned)

  • Research new equipment, tools, and processes, assess compatibility with current systems
  • Manage multiple projects within the maintenance organization related to planned outages, major maintenance, shutdowns or miscellaneous projects.
  • Design equipment, processes, and standards for both maintenance and production.
  • Lead troubleshooting events and manage completion of repairs from those events.
  • Develop KCC (control standards) for improvements in efficiency, reliability, quality, and safety.
  • Conduct audits, benchmarking studies and research within external machine shops, rebuild shops, and OEM’s for continuous improvement.
  • Manage the Preventive Maintenance (PM) process which includes creation of new PM’s, evaluation of existing PM’s to determine effectiveness and ensure thorough completion of PM’s in designated timeframes.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field, BSME or BSEE preferred, or equivalent work experience.
  • 3 years of experience in a maintenance engineer or a similar role

Preferred Requirements:

  • Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering BSME or Electrical Engineering BSEE

Executive Director, Finance – Aerospace

My client is a global engineering and manufacturing company with leading positions in the markets it serves. The Business Unit Aerospace designs, develops and manufacture valves, actuators, pumps, switches, energy absorption devices and composite parts for commercial and defense aerospace applications and provide an ideal workplace environment in which to create a rewarding career.


The Business Unit Controller is responsible for all elements of accounting, financial planning, reporting and analysis for the Aerospace and Industrial divisions, a segment of the Connect and Control Technologies Value Center. Position will provide support to Executive Management and other Senior Executives on a broad range of accounting, financial strategic and tactical issues that impact the Company. The Executive Director works as a close business partner to the General Manager defining and deploying business strategy and plans for the Aerospace+ Industrial Business Unit.

Responsibilities include internal consolidated financial planning, reporting and analysis; policy and procedure development. This position owns financial responsibility for a $210M P&L, cost accounting, balance sheet accounting and is responsible for management reporting such as monthly and quarterly financial reports and presentations.  Will evaluate, develop and lead improvements in the accounting, financial planning, reporting and analysis processes to ensure compliance with G.A.A.P and an adequate system of internal controls. Provides functional leadership in the interpretation and application of technical accounting rules.

Leads Finance with direct reports in California, Mexico, and in New York.

Safety is a core value at our client’s site.  Leaders are responsible for creating and maintaining a safe workplace by ensuring that appropriate and adequate resources are provided to support safety programs.  The role provides leadership by integrating safety into all aspects of the business.


  • BS/BA in Accounting or Finance. MBA or relevant advanced degree preferred, CPA A+++
  • Fluency in both English and Spanish highly desirable
  • 10+ years relevant financial experience
  • Experience with a strong focus on financial planning, reporting and analysis in a manufacturing environment
  • Demonstrated command of general &operational accounting, specifically Corporate, Legal and Regulatory requirements
  • Experience with cost accounting, project accounting (as appropriate) and day-to-day operational support.
  • Experience managing Sarbanes Oxley Compliance (SOX), operations planning and forecast.
  • Strong communication, organizational and analytical skills with expert proficiency in MS Office.
  • Experience in M&A due diligence and integration
  • Minimal travel required including some international travel.
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Nature and Scope

  • 16TA technical position involving equipment repairs and maintenance activities intended to keep the facility equipment (i.e. process, utility, and general equipment) within compliance of cGMPs.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Nothing in this job description restricts management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.

Perform Preventative Maintenance Tasks

  • Follow written PM procedures.
  • Accurately complete PM paperwork, including work orders and logbooks in accordance with existing company policies, procedures, and Current Good Manufacturing Practices, health and safety requirements.
  • Perform PM of all types of plant equipment including coordinating access to equipment working around customer’s needs.

Execute Repairs

  • Respond to customer requests and/or alarm conditions.
  • Assess instrument failures/breakdowns, systematically identify problems, and restore to operation.
  • Accurately document repair activities.
  • Support Quality Assurance investigations of failures/breakdowns.

Operate Plant Utilities

  • Monitor site (steam, electric, chilled water, compressed air, etc) and clean (WFI, clean steam, etc) utility operating parameters.
  • Respond to out of range conditions or trends.
  • Troubleshoot issues that arise.

Contractor Support

  • Support contractors performing tasks within building.
  • Ensure that contractor employees follow company safety and cGMP standards.
  • Oversee technical quality of work performed.

Lead Small Projects

  • Manage small (<$10K) projects to completion.
  • Perform any other tasks/duties as assigned by management.
  • We all must embrace the QUALITY culture.

Qualifications and Requirements

  • H.S. diploma or GED required. Trade School/certification in a technical discipline preferred.
  • Minimum 1 year of experience in maintenance in a manufacturing or lab environment preferred.
  • Experience working in a Pharmaceutical or similar regulated industry preferred.
  • Hands-on ability to isolate problems and identify root cause of issues.
  • Good organizational, interpersonal and communication skills (oral and written).
  • Comfortable working in production environment with multiple priorities.
  • Comfortable working in culture of performance that emphasizes responsiveness.
  • Works to ensure that customer timelines are understood and met.
  • Flexibility to work multiple shifts and off hours during shutdown plus some overtime.
  • This position is part of a multi-shift operation and may require assignment to a regular off shift and/or weekends schedule.
  • Must be able to read documents in Standard English such as Standard Operating Procedures, maintenance schedules and operating manuals.
  • Must be comfortable in the use of Microsoft Office Applications, including Microsoft Word, and Excel.

Basic understanding and knowledge of …

  • CMMS (computerized maintenance management) systems.
  • electrical systems and electronics.
  • pneumatic, electrical, and mechanical control systems such as PID Controllers, smart devices, programmers/communicators, and multimeters.
  • engineering principles as they apply to facility and production equipment.
  • instrumentation field wiring and to PLCs (Loop Powered and self-powered instruments, RTDs, thermocouples, etc.).
  • troubleshooting mechanical and electrical control problems with Allen Bradley or Siemens PLC experience.
  • Details oriented.
  • OSHA safe work practices.
  • cGMP, GDP, and FDA requirements as they apply to maintenance a plus.

Ability to …

  • focus on problem at hand in systematic manner.
  • troubleshoot systems and instruments.
  • clearly describe technical issues.
  • clearly and neatly document work performed.
  • follow PM procedures that clearly define required tasks.
  • read P&ID’s, electrical drawings, and blueprints.
  • work independently with some supervision.
  • work and interconnect effectively as a team member.
  • juggle multiple tasks with supervisory guidance.Ability to work overtime as needed.

Physically able to wear cleanroom/protective gowning and equipment, including but not limited to gowning, goggles, face shields, respirators, and protective gloves. PPE and Respirators are essential for the health and safety of employees.


  • Industrial Maintenance
  • Boiler Steam
  • Electrical

The maintenance team works mostly in a sterile environment so Preventative Maintenance is the focus. The machines are driven by PLC systems. The candidate needs PLC experience to some degree. 3-phase electrical experience a must. Entry level candidates with some experience in the following will be considered.

  • Read machine blue prints; Electronic document filing systems;
  • Clean Utility Systems; Filters, ION exchange
  • Plant Utility Systems? Vacuum, HVAC, Heat exchangers?
  • This is a 2nd Shift position. 1:30pm – 10pm Monday – Friday
  • Full Benefits
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The Job You Will Perform:

  • Champions safety efforts resulting in superior performance by modeling and maintaining an environment of safe work practice and proactive approach to safety management
  • Responsible for the operation and management of area equipment
  • Ensures continued compliance with company policy manuals related to operations and maintenance of relevant equipment and actively seeks to close gaps when they are identified
  • Provides leadership, coaching, and resources to support engagement and a high performance work team
  • Demonstrate a proactive approach to operations (including but not limited to the liquor cycle) by working with the other Area Managers to balance operations for the good of the mill
  • Takes initiatives to proactively deal with issues both with the team and cross-functionally, ensuring communication flows to and from team
  • Leads team in goal-setting and performance management consistent with company and mill direction
  • Understands the environmental impacts of production processes to ensure continuous compliance
  • Sets clear expectations and holds employees accountable for meeting them
  • Develops and maintains excellent manufacturing systems
  • Helps identify and reduce skill/ knowledge gaps and approves training plans to fit machine needs
  • Directs maintenance priorities for day-to-day and outage work through coordination with the OMC and is an ardent supporter of the Manufacturing Work System and other Reliability processes.
  • Leads continuous improvement efforts and seeks process efficiencies through 5S and housekeeping initiatives

The Skills You Will Bring:

  • B.S in Engineering preferred, related degree or experience
  • Process Management

The Benefits You Will Enjoy:

  • Paid time off including Vacation and Holidays
  • Retirement, and 401k Matching Program
  • Medical & Dental
  • Education & Development (including Tuition Reimbursement)
  • Life & Disability Insurance

The Career You Will Build:

  • Leadership training
  • Promotional opportunities
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  • Attain annual safety goals through a solid understanding of safety management as well as the ability to convey and enforce safety rules and procedures.
  • A comprehensive knowledge of continuous improvement concepts including statistical process control and lean manufacturing is required.
  • Attain annual expense and/or budget goals and participates in annual capital budget to achieve promised benefits.
  • Performs functions inherent in all management positions including recruitment, performance evaluation, coaching and Training & Development .
  • Familiarity with union environment and direct oversight of the collective bargaining agreement.
  • Direct reports are production managers, supervisors, administrator and hourly associates


  • Must be a well-educated manufacturing leader who is capable of pushing forward the necessary strategies and programs to increase quality, productivity and customer service.
  • This person must possess excellent communication skills, which are characterized by sincerity, persuasiveness and clarity of thought.
  • Incumbent must have strong interpersonal skills reflecting leadership, sensitivity and the demonstrated desire and ability to foster teamwork focusing on positive cooperative communication.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering; MBA desirable.
  • Minimum of 10 years Manufacturing Management experience.
  • Experience managing production management personnel
  • Strong leader who manages fairly and consistently when applying rules, policies, and procedures.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
  • High levels of personal initiative, energy and ownership for success.
  • Goal oriented, well organized, with excellent communication skills.
  • Previous experience working in a Union environment