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Mold Maker II
We are a global leader in the irrigation, outdoor lighting, dispensing technology, and custom manufacturing industries. Driving our continued success is the combined energy and talents of the nearly 3,000 people on our team.
Together, we create a diverse array of products that can be seen all over the world, from residential landscapes to national landmarks, stadiums, parks, hotels, and municipal buildings. Although we're global, we're family owned, and our casual, fun, and caring company culture is what makes this a special place to work. As we grow, we are dedicated to preserving our unique culture that makes our employees proud to work here. Whether you're pursuing a career at our headquarters in Southern California, or an opportunity at one of our state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities, or something somewhere in between, we look forward to welcoming you to Hunter Industries and our Family of Companies.
About This Role:
From part or mold prints, the Mold Maker II manages construction of plastic injection molds for production and R&D needs.
Demonstrates behavior that is consistent with the company's values of Customer Satisfaction, Innovation, Family, and Social Responsibility.
Essential Job Functions/Tasks:
1.Provides some conceptual layout of injection molds.
2.Generates mold drawings and updates.
3.Suggests possible improvements or alternate methods of achieving a solid design to design engineers.
4.Constructs molds using tool room resources.
5.Reports tooling progress thru Microsoft Projects.
6.May work on large multiple tooling projects.
7.May contact individuals outside of the organization for specific information and services.
8.Performs Quality Control on own work and work received from others.
9.May provide guidance to junior level Mold Makers and Machinists.
10. Maintains assigned equipment and work areas.
Other Job Functions:
Performs other related tasks as assigned, some of which may become essential to the position.
Hunter Industries' approach to the health and safety of each employee is based on adherence to our Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP). Every employee is responsible for their safety and must work safely at all times. Employees are to immediately report all unsafe or hazardous conditions, including injuries and near misses to their Supervisor, Environmental Health & Safety Department, or Workers Compensation Manager. Those employees who do not comply with safe work practices may be subject to disciplinary action, up to and including termination.RequirementsEducation/Training Required:
Two years of college and/or trade school that includes mechanical drafting, trigonometry, material properties, heat treating and machining methods.
Experience Required: Requires a minimum of ten years' experience in plastic injection mold making or equivalent.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA's):
KSA #1: Requires verbal and written communication skills in English and the ability to comprehend work instructions
KSA #2: Understanding of machines and tools, including their uses and maintenance.
KSA #3: Requires ability to work within a team environment and demonstrate professional behavior.
KSA #4: Must be reliable, responsible, and dependable, and fulfilling obligations
KSA #5: Requires being careful about detail and thorough in completing work tasks
KSA #6: Ability to perform data entry, view electronic procedures, or pass training courses
KSA #7: Having a willingness to take on responsibilities and challenge
KSA #8: Using either control mechanisms or direct physical activity to operate machines or processes (not including computers or vehicles)
KSA #9: Conducting tests and inspections of products, services, or processes to evaluate quality or performance
KSA #10: Knowledge of and ability to use arithmetic
KSA #11: Excellent problem solving skills and detail oriented. Must be able to accurately perform intermediate mathematical and statistical calculations and use a weight counting scale
KSA #12: Requires strong interpersonal skills
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is:
Regularly required to stand; use hands to finger, handle or feel; and reach with hands and arms. Frequently is required to walk; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and talk or hear.
Occasionally required to sit and climb or balance. Regularly lift, push, pull and/or move up to 52 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is:
Regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts, odors and fumes or airborne particles. Frequently exposed to vibration.
Occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, outside weather conditions, and risk of static electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud and may require PPE.
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Instrument Maker II
Job Purpose: Perform modifications, maintenance and repair of instrumentation and related equipment used in laboratory operations.
Operate and maintain machinery (e.g., milling machines, computer controlled mills and lathes, shears and press brakes).
Modify, repair and rebuild laboratory equipment in accordance with design specifications.
Fabricate and assemble equipment.
Instruct students in safe operation of shop equipment.
Provide guidance to lower level Instrument Makers.
Confer with shop customers (faculty, students, etc.) regarding work requirements.
Provide input to design of equipment.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Education: Technical Diploma, Associate Degree or 2 years college course work
Work Experience: Seven to eight years job related experience.
This job requires journey level skills in: fabrication techniques, use of shop math, reading prints, drawings; sheet metal work; equipment repair; materials and components identification and selection; welding and soldering; use of machine tools and hand/power tools.
- Preferred Education: N/A
- Preferred Work Experience: N/A
- Preferred Certifications: N/A
Additional Information: Work requires following basic safety precautions. Requires lifting objects up to 25 lbs. and standing for extended periods of time.
Impact & Influence: This position will interact on a consistent basis with: shop supervisors and co-workers, student assistants. This position typically will advise and counsel: student assistants and lower level Instrument Makers. This position will supervise: NA.
Warn Automotive Tool & Die Maker II
Warn Automotive Tool & Die Maker II
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Date: Jun 29, 2018
Location:Milwaukie, OR, US
Company: Dover Corporation
Warn Automotive is a world leader in driveline disconnect technology. Our heritage comes from making WWII surplus Jeeps easier to drive on the road with the first unlocking hubs. We continue today by making disconnects for cars, trucks, and SUVs around the world. These trusted technologies come from years of innovation and listening to our customer's needs. We have a bright future ahead so come join our growing team at Warn Automotive.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under general supervision constructs, maintains, and repairs machine shop tools, dies, jigs, fixtures and R&D prototypes requiring a high degree of accuracy and close tolerances. Assignments require considerable ingenuity and are varied in nature. May provide technical guidance to other team members.
HS diploma or equivalent is required
Seven or more years experience in TDM work. Credit for up to five years of the seven years required may be given for experience in technical lathe and mill machining or time spent in approved machining classes or a TDM apprenticeship program. Minimum machine experience should include operation of manual lathes, mills, CNC (general programming), surface grinders, horizontal and vertical saws, and basic machine shop equipment
Must have knowledge of all machine shop tools.
Must have good application knowledge of shop math.
Ability to work collaboratively and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, customers and visitors.
Ability to effectively problem-solve.
Excellent communication, interpersonal and customer service skills.
Ability to facilitate activities necessary to a project's completion.
Ability to work with minimal supervision.
Must be enthusiastic about adopting Warn Industries' Core Values: Never Compromise Trust, Honesty, Partner with Customers, Commitment, Teamwork, Personal Development, Lead by Example.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, age, genetic information, or any other factors prohibited by law.
This position may be located in: Americas : United States : Oregon : Clackamas || Americas : United States : Oregon : Milwaukie || Americas : United States : Oregon : Portland
Sub Division : VSG Warn Automotive
Job Requisition ID : 13943
Tool & Die Maker / Tool Maker
Tool & Die Maker Tool Maker
Up to $25/HR PLUS Great Benefits & PAID RELOCATION to Northern MS
Great opportunity for Tool & Die makers! When you work at this metal fabrication company, you’ll have time to enjoy the area’s great outdoor & family activities. Northern Mississippi is close enough to the Gulf to hit the beach or head north for the casinos. Close enough to Jackson & Memphis to enjoy what the metro offers, yet far enough to miss the headaches of the city! You can go to festivals, hunting, fishing, or spend time on your land while still having a great income. Overtime is available, if you’d like some! Positions open on all shifts!
Up to $25/HR PLUS Great Benefits & PAID RELOCATION to Northern MS
To be considered for this Northern Mississippi Tool & Die Maker position, you’ll need to have the following experience & abilities:
- Reading, drawing of blueprints, CAD software
- Have at least 1 year of experience in tooling
- Worked in a stamping facility
- Need good oral & written communication skills
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Plan, layout and perform required bench and machine operations to construct, alter and repair intricately designed and constructed tools, dies, fixtures, cavity mold dies, gauges where a high degree of skill and extensive knowledge of plastic mold tooling practice and metal tooling practice application is required. Work from complicated drawings, specifications or concepts. Use a wide variety of precision instruments for exacting measurements.
Lay out work and plan machining and bench procedures. Perform difficult machining operations requiring complicated setups which may involve improvising of tooling and machines for adaptations beyond the normal range in capacities of available equipment. Sets up and operates a variety of CNC mills, CNC EDM's and related CAD equipment machine tools to perform precision machining operations.
Perform critical bench and assembly operations to fit, align, calibrate, adjust, assemble and finish work. Assume responsibility for quality workmanship and dimensional accuracy of assigned work. May include responsibility for training an apprentice Tool and Die Maker or other tool room personnel on a project basis.
Will also operate related CAD/CAM equipment. Analyzes molded parts to determine tool repair and adjustments required with minimum supervision. Responsible for observing safe work habits and cleanliness of work area.
Proceeds under general supervision. Performs other duties as may be requested. Responsible for using standardized inspection methods and SPC as requested.
Work subject to process and final inspection in accordance with Badger Meter ISO 9000 documentation. Equal opportunity employer. This company considers candidates regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. Applicants can learn more about their rights regarding equal opportunity in employment by viewing the federal "EEO is the Law" poster and the “EEO is the Law” poster supplement at http://www.dol.gov/ofccp/regs/compliance/posters/ofccpost.htm
Plant Tool & Die Maker
The location in Omaha, NE is a high-speed food can manufacturing plant specializing in producing the Hormel SPAM can & EZO end.
Join the Crown Cork & Seal team at our state-of-the-art food can manufacturing facility in Omaha! We are seeking a Tool & Die Maker who is dependable, safety conscious and concerned with quality. Primary job duties include:
Receive instructions, prints, and work orders
Design tools, dies, jigs, and fixtures
Procure or make tools, dies, jigs, fixtures or machine attachments for the job - - machining and/or hand finishing parts to precision tolerances and required surfaces
Use precision measuring instruments; assemble, fit, align, and adjust parts to very close exact tolerance
Perform work requiring a thorough knowledge of machine shop and tool room practices and techniques, properties of various materials, and the principals of application and operations of various types of tools, jigs, fixtures, and dies
Makes major unusual repairs or alterations to end and tongue dies including the manufacture of replacement parts as required
The ideal candidate will possess the following:
High school diploma or equivalent
Three years of experience
Salad Maker - Dining & Health Services
The Salad Maker is responsible for preparing assigned salads for customers based on client needs and contractual obligations.
Must have basic math, reading and writing abilities.
Must be able to follow oral and written instructions.
Must be able to measure accurately and have sufficient dexterity to handle food and equipment efficiently and safely.
Job requires employee to count or weigh items; add, subtract, multiply and divide; measure numbers, proportions and quantities of food products.
Job requires working with utensils, knives and other equipment to produce products.
Must be able to lift a minimum of 25 pounds with minimal effort following required safety guidelines.
Must be able to bend or stoop frequently at many intervals during the day.
Must be able to twist and rotate 180 degrees during each day.
Must be able to see near and far.
Must be able to tolerate sudden and extreme changes in temperatures.
Must be able to follow the Health Standards of the foodservice industry.
Job will require working under stress when confronted with emergency situations which working with speed is essential.
Must be able to stand for at least 8 hours a day.
Must be able to reach short distances into the oven to retrieve cooked products.
High school education, helpful.
At least one year experience in foodservice industry.
Knowledge/ experience of and experience in practicing proper safety standards in handling food and equipment.
The Salad Maker is directly supervised by the Supervisor on duty or the Manager with no responsibilities in management or personnel supervision.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES / STANDARDS OF PERFORMANCE:
1.Follow all company and client policies, rules and regulations.
Be to work on time. In case of emergency report directly to your Unit Manager in advance of regular scheduled starting time.
Report any problems immediately to the Unit Manager or manager on duty.
Read and follow company/client safety policies and procedures, initials and records.
2.Responsible for the preparation of all assigned salads for each meal.
Prepare all salads needed following production work sheets, completing by specified time on the schedule and/or as directed by supervisor.
Garnish all prepared items as needed and as specified by production work sheet and/or Unit Manager or Supervisor.
Break down salad bar, covering and storing all items.
Pre-prep items needed for the next day following production work sheet for that day.
3.Maintain cooking area and equipment in a clean, sanitary, neat and orderly manner.
Handle food, equipment and utensils in accordance with sanitary and safety regulations.
Wash and sanitize all pots and pans after preparing meals.
Ensure that all areas are clean before leaving each day.
4.Maintain workplace professionalism.
Support company decisions and policies even though you may personally disagree with those decisions.
Think in terms of what is best for the company.
Establish and meet realistic timetables for accomplishing goals.
Continuously evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of ongoing programs for which you are responsible and identify opportunities to improve these programs.
Display a friendly and positive attitude toward the job and other persons; perform job duties willingly and without complaint; attempt to understand and respond to needs of supervisor and co-workers; avoid making hostile or unproductive comments.
Maintain proper attendance. Report to work on time; provide sufficient notice to supervisory personnel prior to unavailability or lateness in accordance with company policy.
Dress professionally at all times.
Maintain a high level of confidentiality regarding departmental and company business; never releasing or discussing internal matters of a serious or sensitive nature outside the department or company.
Ensure that your supervisor is advised on a timely basis of potential problems.
Valley Services Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Tool & Die Maker - 2Nd Shift
Responsible for performing tool service. Involves fabrication of tools and dies.
May perform heat treating and produce test runs of filters. Replaces and repairs parts for production equipment. May perform setup on tool room machinery.
Some of the duties for this position include:
Responsible for analyzing and reading a variety of specifications and blueprints.
Use of lathe, milling machine, drill press, band saw, CNC machining center, and grinders.
Completes paperwork as required.
1)High School or Vocational education with one year machine shop experience or a one year technical school certificate in tool room machine operation required. One year technical school certificate in tool & die or mold making with three years tool & die experience preferred.
2)Must own tool & die maker hand tools and measuring devices.
3)Must handle and transport machine parts or equipment weighing up to approximately fifty pounds. Pushing or pulling objects may require greater exertion.
4)Good mechanical aptitude.
5)Good problem solving, analytical, and math skills.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Parker is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. Parker is committed to ensuring equal employment opportunities for all job applicants and employees.
Employment decisions are based upon job related reasons regardless of race, ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, gender identity, genetic information, veteran status, or any other status protected by law. U.S. Citizenship/Permanent Resident is required for most positions.
("Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran/VEVRAA Federal Contractor")
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Job ID: 2018-11769
Career Level: experienced
Division: Salt Lake City, UT/ Vascular Access Devices - MDS
Location: Salt Lake City,Utah,United States
BARD has now joined BD is a global medical technology company that is advancing the world of health by improving medical discovery, diagnostics and the delivery of care. We lead in patient and healthcare worker safety, and technologies that enable medical research and clinical laboratories. Our innovative solutions help advance medical research and genomics, enhance the diagnosis of infectious disease and cancer, improve medication management, promote infection prevention, equip surgical and interventional procedures, optimize respiratory care and support the management of diabetes.
Vascular Access Devices, a sub-business unit of Medication Delivery Solutions, focuses on developing, manufacturing, and distributing high-quality medical devices used by clinicians throughout the worldwide healthcare industry to access a patient's vasculature. Our devices assist in the delivery of chemotherapy, blood products, antibiotics, and nutrition.
Summary of Position with General
This position is primarily responsible for fabrication of class 101, 102, 103, and 104 injection molds which address production volumes from 100k to over 1 million cycles. The highest levels of accuracy, precision, quality, workmanship, and attention to detail all apply to the mold making position.
Other duties include developing prototype and production gauge and mold tooling concepts, making tool material and heat treatment recommendations, providing gauge and mold design for manufacture and assembly recommendations, and performing final mold tooling assembly and evaluation. A mold maker will likely specialize and become a department expert on a core production mold making technology such as hard milling, wire EDM, and/or sinker EDM.
This position assists R&D Engineering with optimum project and program tooling requirements, process development, and tooling and process qualification to support the short and long term needs and goals of the business. The incumbent will play a significant role and make meaningful contributions to designing, developing, qualifying, and sustaining unique manufacturing process and technologies.
The incumbent must perform with minimal supervision and be capable of working with small precision components with close tolerances. Demonstrated CAD/CAM proficiency, a willingness and ability to learn, and ability mentor and develop others are all essential skills and capabilities. Good communication and organizational skills and the ability to contribute in a cross functional team environment are also all essential skills and capabilities.
Essential job Functions:
The following duties and responsibilities are intended to be representative of the work performed by the incumbent(s) in this position and are not all-inclusive. The omission of a specific duty or responsibility will not preclude it from the position.
Fabricates class 101, 102, 103, and 104 injection molds.
Ability to produce the highest levels of accuracy, precision, quality, workmanship in their work.
Develops prototype and production gauge and mold tooling concepts, makes tool material and heat treatment recommendations, provides gauge and mold design for manufacture and assembly recommendations, and performs final mold tooling assembly and evaluation.
Provides effective technical support for vendor and customer exchanges.
Ability to become a department/division expert on a core production mold making technology such as hard milling, wire EDM, and/or sinker EDM.
Works effectively with small precision components with close tolerances.
Demonstrated CAD/CAM proficiency, a willingness and ability to learn, and ability mentor and develop others.
Conceives, develops, designs, fabricates and evaluates prototype and production molds and systems of tools, dies, gages, jigs and fixtures required for safe and cost effective manufacturing of high quality medical device products.
Prepares written proposals, concepts and estimates for machine tools, molds, and tooling programs.
Consults with R&D Engineering and Operations personnel on tooling and equipment implementation and best practices to assure optimum approaches to cost effective manufacturing.
Collaborates with R&D and Operations Engineering personnel in the determination and standardization of product designs or redesigns.
Provides operating and maintenance instructions, spare parts lists, and consulting services on construction, training and operation of special tools.
Prepares specifications, obtains quotations, analyzes and recommends purchase of machine tools and corresponding tooling packages.
High School diploma or equivalent.
Completion of formal Journeyman level tool making program or machining certification with tool making emphasis PLUS,
Three to five (3-5) years of tool making AND two to three (2-3) years of tool design experience or equivalency AND
Three to five (3-5) years of class 101, 102, 103, and 104 mold making.
Proficient in use of desktop computer workstation with Microsoft Windows® operating system and Microsoft Outlook®, Word®, and Excel®.
Demonstrated proficiency with computer aided manufacturing (CAM) software (e.g., MasterCAM®, SurfCAM®, Vitual Gibbs®, CAM Tool, Esprit etc.).
Capable user of standard and advanced metrology tools including calipers micrometers, height gauges, gauge blocks, optical comparators, and pin gauges etc.
Ability to accurately interpret engineering documentation.
Ability to speak, read, and comprehend English.
The incumbent must demonstrate the potential ability to perform the essential functions of the job as outlined in the duties and responsibilities.
Additional Desirable Qualifications Skills and
Knowledgeable in molding tooling manufacturing methods including grinding, turning, milling, hard milling, sinker EDM, and wire EDM.
Demonstrated knowledge of injection mold tool design and fabrication best practices.
Skilled in precision measurement techniques using precision instruments to verify quality of results.
Working knowledge and demonstrated abilities with geometric dimensioning and tolerancing.
Working knowledge of pneumatics, hydraulics, AC and DC wiring, and basic plumbing.
In-depth experience in tool design, low-cost tooling, and plastic/rubber mold tooling, jigs and fixtures, materials and processes.
Ability to visualize and devise new practices and methods based on established principles.
Thorough, detailed analysis and understanding of tool needs and programs.
Strong communication skills both written and verbal.
Experienced in all phases of common and emerging molding tool room activities including milling, hard milling, turning, surface grinding, plunge EDM, and wire EDM.
Demonstrated competence and skill with sinker EDM, wire EDM, and/or 3D surface milling and CAM programming.
Capable of contributing to product design efforts.
Updates job knowledge and skills by seeking out and participating in educational/training opportunities.
Willingness and demonstrated ability to teach and mentor others in mold design and fabrication best practices.
Thorough, detailed analysis and understanding of tool needs and programs.
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Demonstrated ability to work well with other in a cross functional team environment.
Label Maker Operator B Shift
- Ensures that all aspects of the Box Warehouse functions are preformed in a safe and acceptable method.
Must demonstrate the ability to perform all tasks in a safe and acceptable manner.
A. All plant safety programs pertaining to area of responsibility must be completed within a timely manner and emphasis applied to continuous safety practices.
B. Must be qualified to perform all safety functions of the program according to policy and procedures.
- Shall be required to make all product labels as needed for operations of production
A. Must have a vast knowledge of product codes and associated products for these codes
B. Must understand the required information needed to be in compliance with all USDA regulations
C. Must be flexible and adjust to immediate changes in production labels to support production operations
D. Must have the ability to comprehend the wording and numerical identifications of the labels required
MAJOR FUNCTION: Instrumental in supplying both Fabrication and Slaughter with the required product labels to identify product. This is not limited to other areas of the facility requiring product labels.
EDUCATION: • Minimum High School diploma or GED equivalent
EXPERIENCE: • Minimum of two years experience in production area with extensive knowledge of label applications
- Helpful but capable to learn the following computer programs in Excel, Word, Outlook applications
SPECIAL SKILLS: • Must work in a team concept with fellow team member to accomplish a high performance area
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