Tooling Technician - Air MI

As our Tooling Technician, you'll be responsible for the set-up, maintenance, and storage of tooling used to produce air-cushioning components. This includes assuring tooling is in safe working condition and that it is production ready according to production specifications dictated by Engineering. You will understand the assembly of matched tool sets and will conduct evaluations on components using a variety of lab equipment. You will assist Engineers in the commercialization process of new tooling, as well as modifications to existing tooling.

The following shifts are available:

  • C Shift: Friday - Sunday: 5:12 am - 5:12 pm
  • D Shift: Friday - Sunday: 5:12 pm - 5:12 am

Qualifications
  • High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent
  • Ability to read and understand technical blueprints and drawings.
  • Some background in steel rule cutting, die fabrication, and some machining experience is a plus, (mill, lathe, etc.)
  • Technical skill base enhanced by working directly with Engineers on projects
  • Work on prototype and production tooling repair & assembly
  • Ability to use personal computer, basic hand tools, maintenance shop equipment including a lathe, drill press, belt sander, soldering tools, grinder, vernier calipers, steel rule die bending equipment, and others that could be needed to perform tooling maintenance duties
  • Must be able to operate hydraulic lifts and tables
  • Fork truck experience, a plus
  • High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent
  • Ability to read and understand technical blueprints and drawings.
  • Some background in steel rule cutting, die fabrication, and some machining experience is a plus, (mill, lathe, etc.)
  • Technical skill base enhanced by working directly with Engineers on projects
  • Work on prototype and production tooling repair & assembly
  • Ability to use personal computer, basic hand tools, maintenance shop equipment including a lathe, drill press, belt sander, soldering tools, grinder, vernier calipers, steel rule die bending equipment, and others that could be needed to perform tooling maintenance duties
  • Must be able to operate hydraulic lifts and tables
  • Fork truck experience, a plus


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