Under general supervision, builds, develops, sets-up, tries out, repairs and adjusts tools, inspection gages and special fixtures for transfer and progressive metal working machines and secondary department machines.
Build, develop, set-up, tryout, repair, and adjust tools, inspection gages and special fixtures for transfer and progressive metal working machines and secondary department machines.
Repair transfer and progressive working machines.
Develop difficult tools with some supervision
Perform operator functions as required.
Effectively use all Tool Room tools and equipment such as lathes, mills, grinders, shapers, saws, drill presses, tappers, polishers, hardening, tempering, and the like, as well as all special attachments to above equipment.
Must perform to the specified work of production and quality standards for the assigned jobs.
At times, expected to exceed equipment capabilities to attain respective tolerances.
Use care in operation of all machine tools and attachments so equipment can produce accurate quality work.
Must have a good knowledge of the functions and workability of tool steels and production materials.
Keep machines and work area neat, clean and orderly.
Keep all necessary records and make out all necessary forms.
Required to train, instruct, and assist apprentices, learners, or skilled workers.
Make suggestions for changes in methods to improve operations.
Store and retrieve plant tools, records, and drawings according to procedure.
Perform proper handling and labeling of hazardous materials and wastes, as directed by supervisor. This includes performing required Hazardous Waste (and PPC) Site Inspections and meeting spill response objectives.
Report immediately all suspicious and hazardous conditions to a supervisor.
Understand and observe all safety guidelines and assure quality and safety by complying with all appropriate CBI policies and procedures.
Assist in maintaining clean, orderly and hazard-free work areas.
Requires some supervision but is a self-starter and detail oriented.
Other duties as may be assigned.
Ability to read, write, speak and comprehend the English language.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide, and calculate percentages; apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry.
Ability to read and interpret sketches and ordinary mechanical drawings.
Ability to operate a keyboard and perform basic computer functions
Knowledge of SPC required.
Education and/or Experience
High School Diploma or GED, 2+ years of vocational training preferred.
State certified apprenticeship or equivalent.
Minimum of 2-5 years of experience as an Eyelet Toolmaker.
Solid knowledge of manufacturing process necessary in making complex, precise adjustments to tools and equipment.
Click Bond Way - Key Attributes
Communicates respectfully to all team members, vendors, and visitors.
Models a positive attitude.
Actively listens to others and supports the team environment.
Asks questions and learns from mistakes.
Executes tasks with minimal errors in a timely and efficient manner.
Attendance is consistent and meets or exceeds company standards