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2019 - Fluid Ink Associate
Summary
Title:2019 - Fluid Ink Associate
ID:2654 - 12-19
Department:Processing
Description

Founded in 1983, International Imaging Materials, Inc. (IIMAK) is a leading global manufacturer of printing, imaging and marking consumables and related services. Our highly engineered core products include a full line of thermal transfer ribbons, inkjet inks, and stamp inks used widely in manufacturing, distribution, food packaging, textiles, electronics, medical, healthcare and office applications. We are committed to forward thinking technology, with recent developments in conductive inks for flexible circuits. IIMAK is headquartered in Amherst, New York where primary R&D, engineering, manufacturing and sales activities reside, with a strong dedication to cross functional teamwork. Additional manufacturing, sales and distribution facilities are located in Mexico, Belgium and Brazil. IIMAK has a strong culture of customer care, providing a full range of highly differentiated services that help our customers grow their business and make doing business easy. We currently have an opportunity at our Amherst, New York facility to join IIMAK as a Fluid Ink Associate.

 

 

 

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

Responsible for the on-shift daily flow of producing non-standard inks used in a variety of applications.  Involved in the set up, operation and continuous flow of ink products and assist in helping to develop standard operating procedures as necessary.  The daily assignment is based upon priorities determined by Ink Planning and the Ink Systems Supervisor.  Works closely with Support Engineering and Manufacturing in the production and transition of inks from lab to manufacturing.  Introduces new processes & raw materials to Inkmakers and Ink Support Specialists.  Work hands-on to identify improvements on Ink Processes and make production inks to meet customer demands.

 

 

 

QUALIFIED CANDIDATES SHOULD POSSESS:

 

  • Minimum of 1 year of ink processing and packaging experience
  • Ability to be a self-starter a must when working with minimal direct supervision
  • Ability to work both independently and in a team environment
  • Mechanical aptitude for general maintenance and set-up of inkmaking and filling equipment required
  • Ability to understand specifications, identify products and follow work instructions and recipes
  • Strong problem solving abilities
  • Possess positive, organizational and interpersonal skills to effectively interface with various departmental personnel including R&D, maintenance, engineering, planning, as well as possible customer tours
  • Solid verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills
  • Solid PC skills to include MS Office and internal programs
  • Associates Degree preferred

 

 

If interested in joining a dynamic organization with global presence and applying for this learning opportunity, please apply online at www.iimak.com/careers.
 

EOE M/F/Disabled/Veterans, IIMAK is an equal opportunity employer committed to workforce diversity.

 

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