Romac Industries Published: July 31, 2018

Description

Looking to grow your career? For a company that supports that growth and cares for its employees? Look no further.

Romac Industries, innovator of pipe products for the waterworks industry, seeks an experienced Foundry Process Improvement Specialist to drive down foundry operational costs and optimize sand and metal chemistry to achieve efficiencies in yield, productivity and equipment longevity. This role considers the effects on the entire process when implementing improvements and serves as sands and metals lab technical expert and analyst. This position evaluates options for cost improvement with incoming materials and suppliers, as well as, collaborates with plant supervisors, Engineering and Quality, while being heavily involved in production.

The ideal candidate for this role has the ability to read technical/engineering documents, define technical issues, and conduct statistical analysis, as well as the ability to use tools and equipment, to prepare samples, run lab tests and confirm cast parts meet dimensional and metallurgical specification. Effective reading, writing, and general mathematical skills are needed, as is a strong command of the English language, both written and verbal.
If interested in joining our dynamic and innovative team, please send a resume to hr@romac.com. For a complete job description, please check out the posting on our careers page at http://romac.com/foundry-process-improvement-specialist.

Romac’s Story…

In 1969 Manford ‘Mac’ McNeil started Romac with two employees in a small warehouse in Bellevue, WA. It was then that Mac introduced the first all stainless steel repair clamp. Armed with a great product and propelled by a commitment to providing customers with first-rate customer service and lightning fast product delivery, Romac experienced remarkable growth. In the following years Romac pushed to develop new ideas into inventive products that no one in the industry had seen. Many of these new “better-way” products are now industry standards.
We pour our ductile iron parts in our own foundry, mold our own gaskets and we even make the threaded fasteners on many of our products. Because we keep nearly all phases of manufacturing in-house, the supply chain is simplified and extremely efficient. Parts are made to our exact specifications and design changes can be made quickly. Our customers enjoy our ability to quickly provide custom products designed to meet unique requirements.
Today we’re a little bigger, but our commitment to serving our customers and our customer’s customers is as evident today as it was over 40 years ago.