Education required: High school diploma or equivalency
Experience required: Minimum 10 years Press operator machinist Must have experience going directly from print to part
Familiar with prototypes, blank development, setting up tools, tryouts etc.
Experience with welding, fabricating sheet metal prototypes from start to finish to the customer’s specification.
Follow corporate, quality and safety policies procedures.
Establishes job processes – layout of drawings to determine material dimensions, required equipment and operation sequences.
Set up and operate machines such as presses, mills, saws, grinders, lathes etc., to fabricate prototypes.
Operating hand tools – Air and power.
Devise and construct tools and fixtures or modify existing tools and fixtures.
Rework or alter prototypes as required to meet specifications.
Assign duties to general laborers to assist in job process.
Filling out appropriate forms – work orders, move tickets, etc.
Knowledge of Mig & Tig welding.
Clean and maintain work areas, machines, and tooling.
Skills, knowledge or abilities: Read, write & speak the English language fluently.
A strong commitment to success with a “can do / will do” attitude.
Technical experience with engineered products.
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively – both orally and in writing.
Strong listening skills.
Experience with planning and goal setting.
Excellent organizational and communication skills.
Demonstrated ability to deal tactfully with human issues in vendors, peers, supervisors and particularly customers.
Ability to create and maintain team building relationships within the organization.
Consistently demonstrate the ability to recognize and respond to changing priorities.
Ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure in a multi-task environment.