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Product Engineer in Muncy, PA at Andritz

Date Posted: 4/9/2019

Job Snapshot

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    Muncy, PA
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Job Description

The successful candidate will be fulfilling a number of roles as he/she gains knowledge and experience in the field.

Process and Refiner Plates: the successful candidate will learn about the MDF process and the function of refiner plates in the process.  Regular visits to MDF mills will be arranged, originally together with Regional Product Managers. Upon gaining experience, candidate will assume responsibility for a number of accounts in terms of refiner plate sales and technical process support.

Manufacturing: the successful candidate will work closely with the Manufacturing Team in Muncy, learning about all the steps involved in making refiner plates and taking part in projects to improve manufacturing efficiency,  Quality issues, review product standards to the market requirements, etc.

Refiner Plate Design: the successful candidate will learn about refiner plate technology, features, functions and the design process; helping the design team to produce new drawings for the market needs.  The successful candidate will provide direct support for the Global Technical Director for MDF Plates.

R&D Project Support: the successful candidate will also support various R&D projects related to MDF Refiner Plates, coordinating the various steps in Manufacturing, on-site trial support and data acquisition, generating reports, etc.

Job Requirements


The position will require regular travel, mostly in the USA but possibly abroad occasionally. 

Initial expectation is to travel typically two weeks per month, but not during weekends.

Travel includes mostly travel to customer sites, but will occasionally involve internal meetings

Bachelors of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering or Bachelors of Science in Wood Science or equivalent qualification

Functional use of AutoCAD 2D drawing useful but not essential