- High School Diploma or GED
- Manufacturing Experience
- Electrical Discharge Machining
- CAM Programming
Toolmaker- Machinist New Jersey – Robbinsville
Our client, a leader in precision dispensing, fluid management, and related technologies, is currently hiring a Machinist to work in the toolroom setting up and repairing equipment.
This position is a First Shift, Direct Hire role.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Work independently to assess repairs and setup tool room equipment to perform specific tasks.
Accurately measure mold components using gauges, jo blocks, comparator, micrometers and other measuring devices to determine fit and machining required to accomplish repairs.
Operate mills, lathes, grinders, EDM equipment both conventional and CNC.
Advise supervisor of practical means to accomplish repairs based on assessment of the work required.
Disassemble tooling and reassemble as required to fit critical components.
Accomplish assigned repair work in a timely and efficient manner.
Work within molding and mold prep departments to help repair and assemble tooling.
Maintain tools and advise supervisor of repairs status and the need for purchased accessories and tooling components.
Build fixtures, and other devices to support production as required.
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:
High School Diploma or equivalent.
3-5 years’ work experience in a manufacturing environment evaluating, troubleshooting, and building/repairing injection molds.
Technical or vocational school, preferred.
Journeyman status in machining/tooling, preferred.
Experience with tools ranging 300-13,000lbs and molding machines 80 ton to 770 ton, preferred.
SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Ability to operate C.N.C equipment.
Ability to work from sketches, prints, or samples.
Ability to interact with other between departments effectively.
Ability to use CAM software, preferred.
Client operates in over 30 countries, offering products and systems for managing adhesives, industrial coatings, sealants, paints, polymers, fluids and biomaterials.
Whatever you do today, they are likely a part of it. They engineer, manufacture and market differentiated products and systems used for precision dispensing and processing in a variety of end markets, from packaging to transportation and medical to electronics.
Founded in 1954, client operates under the values of integrity, respect for people, customer passion, energy and excellence.
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