Instrument Maker Job Description Sample
Instrument Maker 3 / CNC Machinist
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The Applied Physics Laboratory at the University of Washington (APL-UW) is a national center for advanced science and engineering research and development and education. APL-UW was formed in 1943 for the U.S. Navy to bring university research resources to bear on urgent WWII defense problems. APL-UW has developed an international reputation for its broad based programs in science, engineering and for designing, building, and deploying the advanced technology required to meet the research needs of numerous government and commercial sponsors. With modern facilities, equipment and over 350 talented researchers and staff, APL-UW provides a unique, dynamic work environment with many opportunities.
APL has an outstanding full time opportunity for a Instrument Maker 3 / CNC Machinist.
APL-UW provides a unique, dynamic work environment with many opportunities. APL-UW is organized into eight scientific and technical departments. The ability to turn ideas and hypotheses into experiments, field programs, and new instrumentation relies on the composite of many science and engineering disciplines. The Laboratory owes its success to the synergy created by investigators and technicians working across these departments and their commitment to basic and applied research.
The appointee to this position will perform complex high precision work on Oceanographic Research Instruments by setting up and operating manual machine tools and/or programming, setting up and operating CNC machine tools such as Okuma lathes, Haas CNC mills, SIP jig borer, Bridgeport manual mill, G&L horizontal boring mill, grinding machines, and Vision Engraver to fabricate parts for research purposes. Resolve highly complex design and manufacturing problems such as performing design work from verbal or minimal written instructions to manufacture mechanical devices; determining tolerances and fits on mechanical designs; performing advanced jig and fixture design and construction; and diagnosing, troubleshooting, repairing and rebuilding machine tools and/or mechanical devices.
Under general direction, independently perform highly complex design and project coordination duties in support of part fabrication such as designing complex, state-of-the-art mechanical devices or systems requiring a comprehensive knowledge of system integration involving features such as probes, sensors, gauges or other electro-mechanical devices, plus troubleshooting and repairing mechanical equipment.
Confer with professors, scientists, and engineers on development of Oceanographic instruments and specialized equipment for research use; recommend design modifications
Work from SolidWorks solid models, hard copy blueprints, sketches, diagrams, written and oral instructions and suggest design or material changes when alternate configurations appear appropriate
Create Fanuc style CNC programs using CAMWorks software to facilitate the fabrication of components on Haas 5-axis, 4-axis and 3-axis mills, Revolution mill, and an Okuma CNC lathe
Plan and lay out work, design jigs and fixtures, determine material and fabrication methods to be used, if not explicitly specified; calculate sizes, apply GD&T to components and determine working tolerances
Set up and run CNC machine tools and make adjustments as required to maintain appropriate tolerances; Construct or machine parts from standard and exotic metals and alloys, plus plastics, rubber, ceramic, etc.
Determine and plan all inspection criteria required to prove the repeatable accuracy of high-tolerance components and devices; perform inspections with appropriate gauges and measuring machines
Troubleshoot malfunctioning equipment or machine tools, perform basic repairs, and solve complex mechanical problems;
Follow the APL Machine Shop electronic file system structure and work with the MS Access tooling storage database
Perform advanced welding using Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) and Metal Inert Gas (MIG) processes along with heat-treating processes including welding of ferrous and nonferrous alloys and shield metal arc welding techniques, and brazing, soldering and heat treating of a wide variety of metals
Perform close tolerance sheet metal work
Perform duties of Instrument Maker II and other related duties as required
- Two years of experience as an Instrument Maker II OR equivalent education/experience
Experience with SolidWorks software and CAMWorks CAM programming software or equivalent
Experience with 4th and 5th Axis programming, setup, and operation
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Instrument Maker II (Sheet Metal Technician) (18223)
Job Title: Instrument Maker II (Sheet Metal Technician)
Location: Boulder, CO
Type: Full-time, Non-Exempt
This position will be posted until Tuesday, October 2, 2018 or until a sufficient number of applications have been received. Thereafter, applications will be reviewed on an as-needed basis.
No relocation package is offered for this position.
- U.S. Citizenship, Permanent Residency, or other protected status under 8 U.S.C. 1324b(a)(3) is required for this position.
- UCAR/NCAR will not sponsor a work visa (e.g., J-1, H1-B, etc.) for this position.
Who We Are:
Located in Boulder, Colorado, the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) is one of the world's premier scientific institutions, with an internationally recognized staff and research program dedicated to advancing knowledge, providing community-based resources, and building human capacity in the atmospheric and related sciences. NCAR is sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and managed by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR).
Scientific programs from all over the world rely on NCAR/EOL's Design and Fabrication Services (DFS) Facility to create innovative engineering solutions and highest quality machining and repair services of new and existing highly-specialized instrumentation used on every imaginable platform. DFS provides an unmatched set of skills and capabilities uniquely tailored to meet the development needs and requirements of the atmospheric research community. Through closely interacting with scientists and other engineers across our community, DFS utilizes the latest in solid modeling and computer aided design software to achieve innovative solutions to complex and challenging instrumentation requirements. Examples of products DFS has created are aircraft instrumentation, heavy parts for radar pedestals, laboratory equipment, light-weight precise optical mountings for aircraft or satellite instruments, and ocean-going systems.
For more information on EOL please see the Join Our Team page.
What You Will Do:
Provides technical support for scientists, engineers and technicians in the design, processing, sheet metal fabrication, machining and repair of precision instruments and components in a research environment with minimal supervision.
Understands and utilizes formal engineering drawings, solid models, sketches, written specifications, and verbal instructions to complete fabrication assignments.
Utilizes manual rolls, brakes, punches, shears, and other sheet metal fabrication equipment required to manufacture and assemble precision sheet metal components and large assemblies for ground based and airborne instruments.
Utilizes precision measuring equipment to inspect accuracy of work. Ability to assemble, test, modify, install, and repair instruments as required.
Generates 2D geometry, i.e. circular, elliptical and multi-sided shapes, hole patterns and points, utilizing PC based CAM software. Utilizes geometry to program 2-axis CNC milling machines to fabricate flat patterns and shapes.
Performs set-ups for sheet metal fabrication. Understands setbacks (K-values) and bend allowances in sheet metal manufacturing.
Performs set-ups and operates manual and 2-axis CNC milling machines in the process of fabricating precision instrument components.
Performs set-ups and welds components to customer's specifications using MIG and TIG welding equipment. Common materials are aluminum, stainless steel, and steel.
Utilizes air-less paint gun and breathing respirator to apply primer and paint to sheet metal and machined components, assemblies, and instruments.
Consults with the Shop Supervisor to understand project requirements and to develop processing techniques for the most efficient method of sheet metal fabrication and/or machining. Reports as to project status and difficulties encountered.
Recommends new and replacement sheet metal tooling purchases to ensure maximum efficiency and maintains an adequate supply of such tooling.
Performs all duties and responsibilities in compliance with all applicable OSHA and UCAR safety regulations.
What You Need:
Education and Years of Experience:
- Completion of a relevant machine trade vocational program and at least six (6) years of relevant, high precision sheet metal trade experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Advanced level skills in sheet metal fabrication.
Experience setting solid rivets using rivet setting equipment and air operated hand tools.
Demonstrated skills in mechanical instrument making, machine operation and selection for various fabrication requirements.
Knowledge of materials, their properties, bendability, machinability, and appropriate use for various fabrication requirements.
Ability to work from formal engineering drawings, solid models, informal sketches, and verbal instructions.
Ability to setup and run machining equipment.
Ability to setup and operate MIG and TIG welding equipment.
Ability to prepare and apply primer and paint to sheet metal components, assemblies, and machined parts.
Experience with CAM software.
Ability to contribute ideas on a design level.
Skills in collaborating with engineers and a wide variety of technical people.
Effective written and oral communication skills.
Knowledge of OSHA regulations and general workplace safety rules.
- This position requires a willingness to work in remote locations on occasion. Typically for not more than one day.
What's In It for You:
Benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision)
The University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer that strives to develop and maintain a diverse workforce. UCAR is committed to providing equal opportunity for all employees and applicants for employment and does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, creed, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or pregnancy.
Whatever your intersection of identities, you are welcome at the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR). We are committed to inclusivity and promoting an equitable environment that values and respects the uniqueness of all members of our organization.
Instrument Maker - Advanced
INSTRUMENT/MODEL MAKER - ADVANCED Position Number 02176857 Division B34 Office of Research Department B3401 GRAD RESEARCH VICE PROVOST OFF Position Type University Staff Appointment Type Ongoing/Probationary FLSA Status Nonexempt Percent 100 Posting Type Staff Introduction (Description of School/College/Dept/Program)
The UWM Prototyping Center is home to several of the most advanced prototyping and machining centers available to be able to fabricate nearly anything. But to operate the equipment to produce successful prototypes, it takes our staff of experienced machinists, model makers, and engineers. Custom parts for varieties of industries are designed, developed, and fabricated for anyone from campus researchers to private sector goliaths to independent entrepreneurs. Development efficiency is achieved from combining the unique capabilities of each machining center to best carry out the fabrication of components. Iterations of highly-complex designs are streamlined due to the rare integration of engineering and CNC machining centers being just steps away to provide a cost-effective means of achieving success quickly.
This is advanced level Instrument Maker work in a client-facing role. The work performed is similar to the journey-level except that employees at this level are significantly more involved in the design phase of highly specialized parts, machinery and instruments. Advanced instrument makers are in constant contact with the user or client, for example graduate students, professors and researchers, or external private entities functioning as a consultant to them. In addition, advanced level instrument makers are often responsible for coordinating, assembling and testing projects. The projects may last six months to a couple of years and require thousands of individual parts. Also, employees at this level are considered experts (i.e., they have advanced knowledge, skills and experience) in a specialized area, such as, but not limited to, welding, Computer Aided Design (CAD)/Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM)/Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) equipment, complex project coordination or student machine shop coordination with an emphasis on providing instruments for advanced scientific research. Employees, who are considered experts, spend a majority of their time in that particular area of expertise. Communication skills and the ability to foster relationships are mandatory to be able to meet, update, and continue long-term relationships with clients.
Please note that in addition to satisfying the identified minimum and preferred qualifications, the ideal candidates for each of the positions will be able demonstrate strengths with the following competencies, deemed important for superior performance of the incumbent in this function:
Attention and appreciation for details, and quality of work produced.
Capacity and passion for problem solving, critical thinking, and analytics.
Evidence of ability to effectively manage time, prioritize workload, and meet deadlines.
Ability to show initiative and resourcefulness.
Adaptability in an ever-changing business environment motivated by business necessity.
Communication skills that are closely aligned with the ability to focus on customer's needs, collaboration, and on building effective relationship with a varied group of peers, clients, and administrators.
Accountability and integrity for one's actions.
Excels in a team environment, while being able to function independently.
Desire for, and pursuit of, continuous learning.
Evidence of experience in 2D and 3D CAD modeling;
Evidence of experience in CAM programming for 3D toolpaths (e.g., CNC 3-axis End Mills, 5-axis End Mills, Lathe, and EDM equipment, etc.);
Evidence of experience with interpreting, reading, writing, and creating conversational programming CNC equipment (e.g., CNC 3-axis, 5-axis, Lathe, and EDM equipment, etc.);
Experience with setting up, operating, and editing programs and parameters with the CNC machines;
Evidence of experience with manual machining using various tools (e.g., end mills, lathes, saws, grinders, sheet metal benders, hand tools, etc.);
Metrology knowledge as evidenced by experience using precision instruments to gauge part dimension;
Expertise in manual TIG and MIG welding of various alloys/metals (e.g. steels, stainless steels, aluminums, etc.);
Knowledge of, evidenced by experience, with OSHA safety standards;
Experience with fabrication and tooling methods (e.g. vacuum forming, casting, extrusions, injection molding, stamping, forging, heat treating, etc.).
Expertise in 2D and 3D CAD modeling with SolidWorks;
Expertise in CAM programming with HSMWorks for 3D toolpaths for CNC 3-axis End Mills, 5-axis End Mills, Lathe, and EDM equipment;
Experience in 3D printing with knowledge of the FDM process;
Experience in scanning and post-processing 3D data for surface meshing, reverse engineering, and part inspection;
Expertise in 2D CAM programming with EnRoute for 2D toolpaths for CNC 2-axis plasma cutting (or laser-cutting experience);
Prior consultancy experience in fabrication, design, or engineering with knowledge and understanding of the cost of doing a project;
Experience in a wide variety of fabrication and prototyping industries.
Please submit the following application materials: cover letter, resume, and a list of three professional references.
Please clearly address minimum and preferred qualifications in your cover letter and resume. In instances where the Search and Screen Committee is unable to ascertain from the candidates' application materials whether he/she meets any of the qualifications, they will be evaluated as not meeting such qualifications.
Application Deadline 09/28/2018 Continuous (Open Until Filled?) No If Continuous, Initial Review Date Position Contact Name Kyle Jansson Contact Phone 414.316.3081 Contact Email firstname.lastname@example.org Application Notes
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Model Maker II
Model Maker II
Designs, develops, machines and fabricates new medical devices, mechanisms and tooling in support of new product development and continuous improvement activities. Works with Physicians, Design Engineers/Teams, and independently to rapidly produce concept and functional prototypes and mechanisms.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Uses basic and advanced machine shop practices in conjunction with established engineering and machining practices to complete the required tasks.
Work with Design Teams, and priority list, to manage assigned projects, action items, scheduled labs, meetings, and project milestones.
Works with various levels of detail from concept sketch up to detailed engineering drawings.
Set-up and operate mills, lathes, grinders, welders, EDM (wire & sinker), CNC conversational mill, laser marker, laser welding, etc.
Make 3D printed models for concept development.
Works on projects of varying complexity from component design up to completed device.
Is involved in the earliest phases of new product related engineering projects, where creativity or ingenuity is normally required.
Works with Designers and Engineers to develop and manufacture new surgical instruments and tooling by fabricating prototypes, functional mechanisms and molds.
Review Drawing/Sketches to ensure functionality and manufacturability.
Maintain area equipment, gauges and tooling by execution of calibration, preventative maintenance and general housekeeping practices/procedures.
- 5 years of CNC machining/set-up/programming experience required.
Expertise with CNC machining, CAD/CAM, 3D Printing, prototype molding, orthopedics, arthroscopy, and manufacturability.
High school diploma with hands on machine shop experience.
Knowledge of basic and advanced machine shop principles.
CONMED Corporation is a progressive, global medical device company. Through thoughtful leadership, innovation and team work, we are changing the future of medicine. Our 3,500 employees worldwide make meaningful contributions, positively impact the business, and advance in their careers as our company and product portfolio grows.
We are a leader in Orthopedics, General Surgery, Gynecology, Gastroenterology, Pulmonology, and Anesthesiology and our employees enjoy challenging and diverse job opportunities across these varied specializations. We are headquartered in upstate New York with additional domestic facilities in FL, CA, MA, NJ, CO, and GA. We have an international presence in more than 20 locations throughout Europe, Australia, Latin America, Asia, North America, and the Middle East.
CONMED offers competitive compensation
Excellent healthcare including medical, dental, vision and prescription coverage
Short & long term disability plus life insurance -- cost paid fully by CONMED
Retirement Savings Plan (401K) -- company match dollar for dollar up to 7%
Employee stock purchase plan -- allows stock purchases at discounted price
Tuition assistance for undergraduate and graduate level courses
CONMED is an Equal Opportunity Employer & an Affirmative Action Employer. CONMED is a strong advocate of workforce diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status
Tool & Die Maker
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Set up and operate various machine tools consistent with the Tool & Die trade including but not limited to Lathes, Mills, Drills, Saws, Shapers, Die repair and rework, etc. in order to produce required product from prints, samples, and sketches, etc.
Reviews prints in order to plan sequence of operations required for job.
Selects proper materials to be used including type of steel, machines, tooling, gauging instruments, etc.
Uses various types of gauging and measuring instruments in order to check and dimensionally verify the part being used.
Assists in the design, manufacture and development of new tools or processes working closely with Engineering and other department personnel.
Troubleshoots and develops corrective actions for tooling or process related problems on production floor.
Qualified journeyman card holder, must have completed and provide evidence of having completed an approved apprentice program or have a minimum of 8 years experience and be able to provide evidence of such.
High school diploma required.
Must possess own tools including but not limited to micrometers, depth mics, inside mics, calipers, indicators, radius gages, etc.
Composite Tool Maker (2Nd Shift)
Job ID#: 20830BR
Company: General Atomics Aeronautical Systems
Job Title: Composite Tool Maker (2nd Shift)
Job Category: Manufacturing
City: San Diego
Full-Time/Part-Time: Full-Time Hourly
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI), an affiliate of General Atomics, is a world leader in proven, reliable remotely piloted aircraft and tactical reconnaissance radars, as well as advanced high-resolution surveillance systems.
We recognize and appreciate the value and contributions of individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences and welcome all qualified individuals to apply.
We have an exciting opportunity for a 2nd Shift Composite Tool Maker located in San Diego, CA. Under limited supervision and working in a loud manufacturing environment with a variety of epoxy agents, this position lays out, fabricates and assembles complex metalworking dies, molds, composite, and machine tool fixtures by analyzing blueprints, sketches, engineering designs/drawings, models, tool orders, manufacturing service requests, engineering or shop specifications, and verbal descriptions.
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Performs complex precision work to exacting tolerances and dimensions; may recommend revisions in design and/or substitutions in material based on machinability or fabrication problems encountered.
Solves problems relating to unusual materials, work-holding arrangements, machine settings, fabrication methods, and production process.
May monitor and verify quality in accordance with statistical process or other control procedures and may provide direction and guidance to less experienced staff.
Fabricate and assemble composite parts and tools using epoxy resins, pre-preg material, graphite, fiberglass, structural adhesives, tooling foams, tooling boards (solid and honeycomb) and other various materials.
Assist in the development of prototype molds and jigs.
Fabricate composite and metal trim & drill fixtures per blueprints and assemble composite and metal assembly fixtures for controlling location and configuration of composite structures.
Sets up and operates micrometers, height gages, calipers, jig transit and precision level to determine location of holes, trim, lines, center lines, alignment of master models and assembly fixtures.
Fabrication and set up contour templates, mix plaster, spine plaster over templates to fabricate plaster pattern. Assists with plaster spins and runs to create master molds.
Layout patterns on wood stock, divides patterns into sections according to the shape to facilitate the removal of the part from the pattern and verify the dimensions and contours and measure of patterns on polystyrene and polyurethane foams.
Cut and shape pattern using planes, shaves, files, sure foams, scrapers, routers, hotwires, mills and lathes.
Apply sealers, releases, base coats and finish coats using various spray equipment.
Set up and operate of metal working machine tools such as saws, drills, lathes, planners, belt & disk sanders, grinders, drill press, hydraulic press, shear and brake, and welding equipment.
Fabricate machine parts to specifications of tooling requirements.
Perform product inspection and rework as required.
Other duties as assigned or required.
Typically requires High school diploma and five or more years of progressive work experience.
Additional work experience in an environment using composite pre-preg materials and epoxy resin systems may be substituted in lieu of education.
Must be able to work 2nd shift (3:00 pm - 12:30 am)
Uses a variety of machinist's hand tools and precision measuring instruments; computes dimensions; determines machining and material or parts required.
Must be able to read and interpret a variety of complex engineering design drawings; satisfactorily complete complex engineering calculations; have complete knowledge and use of measuring instruments such as scales, protractors and calipers; interpret very detailed descriptions and instructions for making appropriate tools; and have complete knowledge and experience using a variety of shop tools such as lathes, mills, planners, band saws, table saws, belt & disk sanders, grinders, drill press, hydraulic press, shear and brake, and hand tools such as rollers, paper cutters, scissors, x-acto knives, electric heat gun and fixtures such as mold and mandrels.
May require respirator certification.
Must be able to work in a loud environment, work extended hours as required, and be able to lift tools and assemblies weighing up to 60 lbs.
Knowledge of composite pre-preg materials and epoxy resin systems is desired.
Travel Percentage Required : 0% - 25%
Clearance Required? No
Mold Maker / Tool & Die Automotive Industry
Mold Maker / Tool & Die Automotive Industry
Do you consider yourself a master of mold making? Doherty Career Solutions is currently partnering with a global OEM manufacturer and Aftermarket provider in the automotive industry located in Eden Prairie, MN.
We work one-on-one with great candidates to help connect them with local employment opportunities. We are seeking a Mold Maker on 1st shift for this direct hire employment opportunity! Compensation competitive and based on experience. Interested? Get more details below!
When you become a member team, you have access to the following benefits: medical and dental insurance, retirement savings with a company match, paid time off & holidays, casual dress code, corporate wellness program, bonus programs, financial assistance for higher education, employee referral program, group term life insurance (company paid), accidental death & dismemberment (company paid), short term disability (company paid), long term disability (company paid).
Mold Maker Main Duties/
Responsible for all aspects of too/mold design, new product development, and production of parts, jigs, and fixtures.
Performs repairs, set-up, and trouble- shooting of molds and dies; following prints and other written and verbal specifications.
Studies blueprints, sketches, models, work instructions, and specifications to produce fabricating tools, dies, injection molds, jigs, fixtures and assemblies using a variety of machine operations within close tolerances.
Conducts test runs with completed tools, mold, or dies to ensure that parts meet specifications. Verifies dimensions, alignments, and clearances of finished parts using measuring instruments such as calipers, micrometers, gauge blocks, etc.
Develops specifications from general description and draws sketch of part or product to be fabricated and/or from made-to-print items.
Confers with Engineers, Production Personnel, Programmers, or others to resolve product and/or equipment issues. Works with Engineering to develop new products, tools, and processes.
Demonstrates familiarity and consistently complies with all ISO/TS standards and practices.
Mold Maker Key Requirements/
3-5 years’ experience in a manufacturing environment including tool design, mold making, and process layout.
CNC Machining Experience
Wire EDM Experience
Working knowledge of Pro-E, Solidworks, AutoCAD, and Espirit EDM software
Use your skills and experience to succeed with this great job opportunity apply today! Apply now by completing our online, mobile-friendly application. For questions or further information about the Mold Maker position, please call our office directly at or email your resume to .
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Territory Sales - Laboratory Diagnostic Instrument Specialist - Mid Atlantic
JOB TITLE: Territory Sales
Laboratory Diagnostic Instrument Specialist
At Cardinal Health, we're developing the innovative products and services that make healthcare safer and more productive. Join a growing, global company genuinely committed to making a difference for our customers and communities.
What Business Development
- Med Dev contributes to Cardinal Health
Business Development is responsible for driving sales and services to new and existing customers. Responsible for maximizing customer value/satisfaction by aligning complex product solutions and services with key customer initiatives. Builds and maintains relationship with key decision makers or potential influencers. Involves a longer sales cycle.
What is expected of you for success in your role
Demonstrates advanced knowledge of Cardinal Health and customer industry, including: key competitors, terminology, technology, trends, challenges, reimbursement and government regulation; demonstrates working knowledge of how Cardinal Health offerings match with a customers' unique business needs.
Executes on business opportunities and maintains a pipeline large enough to support objective attainment
Creates and executes an opportunity plan with occasional support and coaching to achieve consistent results
Utilizes available resources within own business unit and looks for ways to involve other business units in executing the Solutions Sales Process
What is expected of you and others at this level in Direct Sales for functional success
Applies knowledge of the customer's business to develop optimal solutions
Proactively and with a regular cadence demonstrates to the customer the defined value of partnering with Cardinal Health both pre- and post-sales
Effectively negotiates and collaborates with the customer and colleagues to influence support for mutually beneficial outcomes and achieve consensus
Builds and sustains relationships founded on trust with internal and external customers and ensures customer satisfaction and loyalty
Identifies and qualifies new sales opportunities and develops plans for introducing new solutions through collaborative relationships
Accountabilities in this role
Responsible for selling laboratory diagnostic instrument (capital sells) in the Mid-Atlantic region. Supports a team of 8 Scientific Product Lab reps covering MD, DE, PA, DC, Northern WV, Northern VA. Fully responsible for the diagnostic instrument capital sales quota while working with manufacture partners and managing the Cardinal team without authority.
Manage the sales process of capital equipment in the clinical laboratory to include lead generation, financial modeling working closely with our manufacturer partners to close system sales in chemistry, immunology, histology, microbiology, hematology, and molecular diagnostics within assigned region.
Effectively provide competitive differentiation and value to the overall customer solution. Provide in-depth technical expertise regarding assigned product lines.
Utilize competitive, customer, and product knowledge to establish competitive barriers to market penetration by positioning Cardinal Health Diagnostic's solutions.
Assist customers in achieving defined business/technical and personal goals. These responsibilities will include pre & post analysis review.
Work cross functionally with internal colleagues and peers to share information and best practices while remaining actively involved in industry/customer organizations that impact business.
Deliver tailored presentations specific to customer needs incorporating the outcome data from the various process analysis.
Conduct system demonstrations & presentations where applicable; Road Shows, Site Visits, etc.
Bachelor's degree preferred
Min 4 years related sales experience in lab medicine, preferred
Ability to travel 50% of the time
Proven product knowledge in business area
Valid driver's license
3 to 5 years selling capital equipment and laboratory equipment into hospitals and reference laboratories
Medical Technology experience preferred
Functional understanding of Laboratory workflow and process
Experience working in complex sales environments with demonstrated success
Successful negotiation, strategic planning and organizational skills
Entrepreneurial spirit, strong business acumen, and a desire to conquer complex sales processes
Cardinal Health is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status.
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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Tool And Die Maker Tier II
Dana is a global leader in the supply of highly engineered driveline, sealing, and thermal-management technologies that improve the efficiency and performance of vehicles with both conventional and alternative-energy powertrains. Serving three primary markets – passenger vehicle, commercial truck, and off-highway equipment – Dana provides the world's original-equipment manufacturers and the aftermarket with local product and service support through a network of nearly 100 engineering, manufacturing, and distribution facilities.
Dana Corporation is seeking to hire for a Tool and Die Maker Humboldt, TN.
SPECIFIC JOB FUNCTIONS:
Performs a non-repetitive tool making and die repair operation to construct, alter, or repair tools, jigs, fixtures, dies, machine parts, and gauges. Applies knowledge of tool and die design and construction. Requires knowledge of advanced mathematics, metal properties, machine layout, and production procedures.
Follows detailed instructions and procedures, including blueprints and specification charts, to determine dimensions, operating sequences, and methods. The toolmaker must also use considerable discretion when preparing parts from verbal instructions or from used tool and die parts to determine necessary modifications.
Performs exacting set-ups of various machine shop tools, presses, and grinding machines requiring moderate difficulty.
Checks work using all types of precision measuring instruments such as Micrometers, Height Gauges, Gauge Blocks, and Dial Indicators as required. This operation requires a high degree of accuracy.
Makes sketches of parts to determine proper procedures and dimensions in building parts.
Dismantles tools and dies when necessary to make repairs and modifications.
Operates all types of shop equipment such as lathes, drill presses, milling machines, grinders, saws, etc.
Makes determinations as to the proper types of steel to be used to prepare the necessary parts.
Uses heat treating equipment to bring tools and die parts to the proper hardness levels.
Works from work orders submitted by the Production Department and assigned by Engineer.
Verifies the conformance of machine parts to required specifications.
Occasionally assists in the training and instruction of employees in the Tool and Die trainee program and in the orientation of newly hired Tool and Die makers.
Detects and reports faulty operation of equipment, defective materials, and unusual conditions to assigned supervisor.
Maintains work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition.
Observes prescribed safety regulations, gauging frequencies, and other standards of operation and conduct.
Performs other related duties as directed by assigned supervisor.
Performs die set-ups and all other die setter functions as is necessary when a die setter for any reason is unable to carry out his/her assigned duties.
PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES & AUTHORITY:
Read and interpret complex engineering drawings, tooling drawings and work in process documentation
Designs ,builds, changes, and repairs dies, forms, cutting tools, gauges, jigs and fixtures
Builds precision dies, tooling, and prototypes using conventional and numerical controlled metal-cutting and forming machines.
Proficient use and operation of various machines and tools including saws, dills, grinders, lathes, mills, presses and EDMs
Effectively troubleshoot and carry out projects
Fitting, assembling, inspecting machined parts and assemblies using hand tools and precision measuring instruments.
Effectively troubleshoot and spot any flaws in the operation/or finish of machine tools or manufactured parts and take corrective action
Perform preventative maintenance and work on continuous improvement projects
Planning efficient effective sequence of events and operations from set up to completion of project or task
Act as a liaison between Production and the tool room
Informs supervisor immediately of any and all work related concerns
AutoCAD and 3D preferred
Welding Skills - MIG, TIG with intent of hard facing. Specific knowledge of preheat temps and welding procedure for tool steel.
Blueprint Reading Skills
Forklift Safety Training
Geometric Tolerancing and Dimensioning Training
Knowledge of Operation of CNC Equipment
Machine Shop Training – Technical School Certificate/Diploma
Tool and Die Training – Technical School Certificate/Diploma
Die development and process optimization. New dies will need to be tweaked for increased productivity.
Workers are subject to hazards which include a variety of physical conditions such as:
Exposure to high heat
Noise sufficient enough to require hearing protection
Proximity to moving mechanical parts
Exposure to electrical current and EMF frequencies
Working on scaffolding and high places
Exposure to chemicals
Subject to one or more of the following atmospheric conditions: fumes, odors, dust, or mists.
Exposure to oils and other cutting fluids through air and/or skin exposure.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
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