duties of a Product Developer are to develop products based on requirements
given to them by Special Engineering Manager. The Product Developer is
expected to complete development projects in the time provided. Upon completion of a project it is expected
that the product is ready for production.
duties and accountabilities
Interprets specifications and assignments with full
Be able to suggest design or construction changes to
Adapting approach to be appropriate for each
situation, keeping Production/Operations in mind.
Makes good use of internal resources including
systems, equipment, supplies, and analytical tools, etc.
Creation of patterns for new products including
grading and alteration of new products.
Completion of new code checklist.
Creation of trim sheets for new products.
Be able to explain product to sample-makers and
instruct how to build sample.
Minimal cutting or re-cutting duties (of fabric
and/or trim), when applicable.
Completion of projects within the time allowed.
Notify Manager of completion of project or delays.
Digitizing patterns when required.
Supports other co-workers and departments when
Other duties as assigned.
Must be an
advance user with Gerber Accu-Mark systems, includes but, not limited pattern making, grading and alterations.
Language Skills: Able to communicate in English,
with reading & writing required.
Must be able to
identify various non-ballistic fabric & trim (by color& size) used on
experience using Microsoft Office, includes but, not limited to Excel &
Must be able to
work in a fast-paced environment.
knowledge a plus.
Operate machinery required to build garments a plus.
with current styles offered by Point Blank Body Armor a plus.
Second language a plus.
Moderate physical effort is required, such
as going to other areas of the building to collect (ballistic and
non-ballistic)samples. Lifting and carrying up to 20 pounds for short
distances maybe required. Willing to work additional time to complete
projects as necessary.
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