What We Do

Stelray Plastic Products, Inc. is an ISO 9001:2015 precision injection molder and mold builder servicing a wide range of industries. Our company creates a broad range of custom built injection molds for our clients while utilizing a wide range of thermoplastics materials in our customer’s products.

Industries served:

  • Aerospace & Aircraft
  • Automotive
  • Electronics
  • Security
  • Instrumentation
  • Medical / Dental
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Consumer Appliance
  • OEM Applications
  • Defense
  • Water & Chemical Filtration
  • Lighting & Architectural
Stelray Plastic Products Employee

Who We Are

Stelray Plastic Products is constantly looking for qualified and enthusiastic individuals to join our plastic injection molding company. Besides our vast equipment and technological resources we have available, we rely heavily on our own skilled employees to creatively overcome challenges and complete given tasks and objectives.

A few of our benefits include:

  • Medical / Dental insurance
  • Competitive wages
  • Team oriented environment
  • Flexible schedule (24/7)
  • Family owned company
  • Apprenticeship opportunities
  • On the job training

Our Services

Stelray Plastic Products Employee

Positions Currently Available

Mold Set-Up Technician

Contract injection molding company located in south central Connecticut seeking experienced, self-motivated individuals with hands-on expertise in the injection molding industry to join our team of skilled professionals on one of our three shifts; 1st, 2nd, or 3rd , in both a technical and supervisory capacity. The ideal candidate should be an energetic self-starter with a minimum of 3 years of experience in the plastics industry possessing working knowledge of mold set-up, processing, and materials along with well-developed leadership and communication skills.

This is an excellent opportunity for the right individual to become part of a growing team of plastic injection molding professionals in a dynamic working environment. We offer highly competitive wages, an excellent benefits package and a very clean work environment.

Job Type: Full-time

Engineering & Tooling Manager

This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced injection molding professional to join a mid-sized contract injection molding company located in south central Connecticut. Stelray Plastic Products, Inc. is seeking a dynamic individual to fill this Senior Manager role to lead our Engineering Department and oversee the companies Tool Room day-to-day operations. The ideal candidate would have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in this field and should feel confident with the following job description:

  • Program Management oversight, including implementation and scheduling.
    · Oversight of tool room operations and workload management, setting daily priorities, and interface directly with Tool Room Manager. Help establish short and long term goals.
    · Primary responsibility for new tooling quotations; in-house, domestic, off-shore. Quotations then presented back to Stelray Sales Dept.
    · Interacting with customers and prospects, assisting in new sales opportunities and creation of DFM’s (Sales Engineering) when need be to aid in program development.
    · Strong proficiency in CAD software to analyze product designs and tooling layouts and designs.
    · Lead person in Mold Design Review meetings and contribute to the review process.
    · Provide engineering/technical support for other departments to facilitate/improve efficiencies of company as a whole.
    · Expected to work with and manage outside contractors as need be.
    · Participate in Material Review Board and Correction Action process.
    · Direct engineering support of company ‘secondary operations’; pad printing, hot stamping, ultrasonic welding, packaging, and machining.
    · Develop and maintain tracking of jobs in tool room (cleaning, repair, rebuild) and where billing opportunities might arise.
    · Participate in Staff level company management discussions and maintain excellent lines of communication both upstream and downstream – and throughout the organization.
    · Help prospect and promote mentoring of technical talent at local vocational schools at both the High School and Secondary levels; internships, apprenticeships, etc.
    · Recommend cost-savings initiatives throughout the company operations as they present themselves.
    · Excellent written and verbal communication skills are expected.
    · College or Technical School degrees are preferred and valued but not required.

Job Type: Full-time

Mold Maker/Tool Maker - Injection Molding

Seeking apprenticed experienced journeyman mold maker/tool maker to become part of an active dynamic organization where individual skills and experience would be utilized on a daily basis.

Candidates should have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in a tool room, complete understanding and operational skills on all conventional tool room equipment including surface grinders and milling machines, comfort and understanding of working 2D and 3D tool designs. Basic job functions will entail mold repair, mold modification, and new mold construction.

Additional knowledge and working understanding of 3 axis CNC machinery and CAD/CAM software is preferred and considered beneficial.

This is a full time 1st shift position with highly competitive wages and benefits, including company matching 401k retirement program. Hiring bonus available.

Job Type: Full-time

Quality Control Technician

Summary

The QA Technician works under the direction and supervision of the Quality Assurance Supervisor. This position assists Quality management to investigate, improve, support and process quality efforts. The QC Technician works with minimal supervision and is part of a cross-functional team that partners with internal manufacturing and external customers.

Responsibilities/Duties:

  • Performs accurate measurement set-ups and inspections of both simple and medium complexity plastic injection molded components utilizing a variety of standard measurement devices including CMM measurement systems.
  • Supports First Article Inspection report initiatives.
  • Ability to program and conduct CMM inspections.
  • Controls raw material by assigning lot numbers upon receipt, entering receipts onto the Raw Material Log, performing incoming inspection, verifying inspection status by tagging skids and coils, and creating and maintaining files for raw material certification.
  • Provides certifications for shipments of finished product to customers, including certification information from suppliers/vendors for raw materials/subcontracted services, and creates and maintains files for certifications.
  • Completes visual and dimensional inspection of components.
  • Audits product to prescribed control plans and or process sheets.
  • Provides support with validation activities, as required.

Qualifications/Other Requirements:

  • High School Diploma, GED or equivalent, or previously demonstrated experience.
  • Minimum of 3 years of previous experience within Quality Inspection in a manufacturing environment.
  • Programming and operation of a coordinate measuring machine or equivalent and vision equipment with minimal supervision, is preferred.
  • Experience with reading / interpreting blueprints, customer specifications and standards, along with strong GD&T skills is expected.
  • Excellent computer skills and fully functional in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) including MiniTab.
  • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to effectively communicate and present information to associates and managers is expected.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work with others.
  • Ability to perform multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment to assure on-time delivery requirements.
  • Excellent time-management skills with the ability to work independently with little supervision.

Job Type: Full-time

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