Hồ Chí Minh [Moose Toys] Packaging Design Engineer

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    The Organisation:



    Moose Toys exists to make children happy. The team has innovation in their DNA and are famous for the design, development and manufacture of award winning toys that continue to disrupt the market. Moose dominates in categories including collectables, craft, dolls, games and youth electronics featuring much loved brands such as: Shopkins, Little Live Pets, Pikmi Pops Happy Places, The Grossery Gang, Treasure X and Mighty Beanz and is consistently recognised as the most creative company in the industry.

    The family run business disrupted the toy industry with the global phenomenon Shopkins and through these pintsized characters, reinvigorated the way children play. The success of the company extends to the development of content, entertainment and global licensing deals. Moose calls Australia home, has over 400 staff and distributes to over 100 countries.

    Position:

    Packaging Design Engineer
    Reports To: Head of Engineering


    Role Objectives

    Based in Melbourne and working with cross functional Global teams you will provide solutions relating to the development of product and Point of Sale (POS) packaging across the entire range of Moose products from concept and costing through to manufacture.


    The role will require you to ensure product appeal and integrity under varying shipping and display conditions. This will include cost estimation, testing and analysis, materials and process selection for packaging based on manufacturability, durability, performance and price, while always pushing the boundaries of innovation and design.


    You will work closely with Product Design, Art Directors and Project Management teams to develop new packaging solutions that:

    · provide innovative design and engineering solutions

    · satisfy the design intent

    · meet product integrity specifications

    · are feasible and cost efficient to manufacture

    · meet the required schedule

    · deliver “Frustration Free” and environmentally conscious packaging solutions

    Key Capabilities:

    Applying Expertise and Technology

    Has functional, practical and technical knowledge of Product Design. Takes ownership of processes and functions and applies this expertise accordingly. Shares this expertise and knowledge with others. In addition, has:

    · Excellent computer skills

    · Advanced experience using Adobe Illustrator, SolidWorks and CAD

    · A comprehensive understanding of consumer packaging design engineering and manufacturing

    · An ability to sketch at a communication level

    · Basic hands on prototype building skills

    · An understanding of production line processes, manufacturing and assembly constraints

    · Extensive understanding and experience of a range of different packaging materials, manufacturing processes and their characteristics, including vacuum formed plastics


    Creating and Innovating

    Open to new ideas and experiences; Handles situations and problems with innovation and creativity; Thinks broadly and strategically; Shows fresh, insightful thinking by producing a range of creative solutions and approaches to problems.


    Delivering Results and Meeting Customer Expectations

    Drives improvements for business results; creates a culture of discipline by consistently setting high standards for quality and quantity at all times; monitors and maintains productivity; uses economic, financial, market and industry data to understand and improve business results.


    Relating and Networking

    Creates win-win partnerships by building effective relationships; the team and cross functionally; collaborates and relates well to people at all levels; manages conflict promptly and effectively and builds trust by connecting, understanding differences and empathising with others.

    Qualifications:

    · A tertiary qualification in Packaging Engineering, Product Design, Engineering, Industrial Design or similar

    · 8+ years of packaging design and engineering experience (concept to production), including costing, testing and manufacturing

    · Toy industry or FMCG experience is valuable but not essential.

    Salary:

    Commensurate with experience.

    Responsibilities:

    · In collaboration with the Design team, assist in the further development of packaging solutions from approved concept through to production with a focus on innovation

    · Work with the Design team to prepare cost estimates on packaging and printing options during concept development while ensuring all packaging dimensions are estimated accurately to enable retail partners to set planograms

    · Provide packaging design and engineering direction and technical support to the product development team, including guidance regarding concept feasibility, cost considerations, general product manufacturing and assembly recommendations

    · Analyse packaging designs to optimise the utilization of materials as well as manufacturing, assembly methods and production processes in order to meet cost objectives, quality and transit testing specifications

    · Ensure packaging concepts are feasible in large scale manufacturing environment and are delivered within budget

    · Work to develop packaging guidelines in line with APC regulations

    · Contribute to the development of “Frustration Free Packaging”

    · Research and present new package design trends, technologies, materials, and manufacturing processes.

    · Build and maintain packaging library and ensure all conceptual packaging concepts, approved packaging die-lines and blister specs are documented and filed future use

    · Design and creation of inside packaging components, including blisters and component layout

    · Creation of "Product Packing Instructions" documents to clearly communicate internally to the Global organisation and externally with production partners.

    · Prepare and maintain product specification for all In-Store Display units, including FSDU, Shelf Ready PDQ, Sidekick, Endcap, and Shelf Pallets

    · Design from concept to production including engineering analysis, testing, design, tooling recommendations, prototype build, safety approvals and product integration

    · Develop and check technical documentation, engineering drawings and assembly diagrams to ensure that necessary information for manufacturing and assembly is clearly communicated

    · Interface with manufacturers to resolve technical issues that may arise in manufacturing and to improve cost and quality of designs

    · Participate in design reviews, risk assessments and continual improvement planning

    · Provide training to other personnel to improve overall capabilities and knowledge
     
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