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Toolmaker 2nd shift


Simply Recruitment Partner
Salary band: $40k - $50k
Location: North America, United States, Michigan
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Cameron Craig
Category: Tooling
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2nd shift 2pm to 10 pm

The Toolmaker is responsible for assembly & equipment fixtures,
tooling adjustments, fixture tooling design, troubleshooting systems;
performing preventive and predictive maintenance on all installed
equipment to minimize downtime, while keeping safety and quality as a
priority; providing training and technical support to Assembly and
Maintenance Team Members. The Toolmaker assists in production
operations, and supports Management, Area Leaders, and Production
Associates by acting as a liaison in matters regarding automation,
safety, and continuous improvement for equipment, processes and
productivity.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

-Working with various Production Departments to design, fabricate,
and/or repair fixtures, tools and gages needed for automotive welded
assembly.
-Acting as part f first-response team in production-down situations,
lending product and manufacturing expertise to keep production flowing
through the plant.
-Setting-up and operating standard and specialty equipment and
attachments to turn, mill, drill, tap, grind, fit and finish
workpiece. Modify standard tools as required.
-Using a wide range of precision instruments gauges, equipment and
devices to layout, scribe/mark and check work for functional and
dimensional accuracy.

REQUIRED SKILLS/EXPERIENCE:






* Journeyman Toolmaker or Jig/Fixture Maker and/or 10 years of
equivalent experience & training.
* Minimum 5 years' experience with Journeyman Card or Minimum 10
years' experience.
* Extensive experience in stamped and welded assemblies (spot, MIG,
arc braze, etc.) including related clamping, fixturing, part fit-up,
PLC and part presence sensors.
* Strong understanding of GD&T to enable data-driven assembly
fixture adjustments.
* Ability to use hand tools to improve assembly tooling and
fixturing to include cutting, adjusting, and shimming of existing
tooling.
* Fixture tool design for continuous improvement activity
* Ability to reason through and identify root cause of
assembly-related issues and derive creative solutions to new and
existing design, clamping, fixturing, welding and robotic sealing and
adhesive
challenges.

* Check sensor height and adjust to the proper height to prevent
premature wear
* Knowledge of all equipment locations on the plant
floor
* Ability to read blue prints and technical
specs
* Ability to work under pressure to resolve assembly line issues
with permanent corrective actions that will minimize plant downtime
and ensure quality parts are delivered on
time.

EQUIPMENT AND/OR PRODUCT FAMILIARITY:
Forklift, Aerial Devices, PC, printer, telephone, fax, photocopier,
label maker, robots, pumps, compressors, DA Stud Welders, MIG, TIG,
Arc welders, Mills, Lathes, etc.
Microsoft Office and internal databases and software, etc.

RESPONSIBILITY AND WORKING CONDITIONS:
Under the general direction of the Maintenance and Facilities Manager,
the Skilled Trades Technician, Trainee works independently and confers
regularly with inside and outside contacts to ensure successful
implementation of programs & projects. Works with various Production
Departments to design, fabricate, and/or repair fixtures, tools and
gages needed for automotive welded assembly. Acts as part of the
first-response team in production-down situations, lending product and
manufacturing expertise to keep production flowing through the
plant. Set-up and operating standard and specialty equipment and
attachments to turn, mill, drill, tap, grind, fit and finish
workpiece. Modify standard tools as required. Using a wide range
of precision instruments, gauges, equipment and devices to layout,
scribe/mark and check work for functional and dimensional accuracy.
Travel may be required with occasional overnight accommodation at
various locations. Overtime may be required to meet program
expectations. The STT may be exposed to elements such as temperature
and noise during time spent in the plant or at customer or supplier
facilities. Ability to obtain and retain a valid passport is
required.
2nd shift 2pm to 10 pm

The Toolmaker is responsible for assembly & equipment fixtures,
tooling adjustments, fixture tooling design, troubleshooting systems;
performing preventive and predictive maintenance on all installed
equipment to minimize downtime, while keeping safety and quality as a
priority; providing training and technical support to Assembly and
Maintenance Team Members. The Toolmaker assists in production
operations, and supports Management, Area Leaders, and Production
Associates by acting as a liaison in matters regarding automation,
safety, and continuous improvement for equipment, processes and
productivity.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES

-Working with various Production Departments to design, fabricate,
and/or repair fixtures, tools and gages needed for automotive welded
assembly.
-Acting as part f first-response team in production-down situations,
lending product and manufacturing expertise to keep production flowing
through the plant.
-Setting-up and operating standard and specialty equipment and
attachments to turn, mill, drill, tap, grind, fit and finish
workpiece. Modify standard tools as required.
-Using a wide range of precision instruments gauges, equipment and
devices to layout, scribe/mark and check work for functional and
dimensional accuracy.

REQUIRED SKILLS/EXPERIENCE:






* Journeyman Toolmaker or Jig/Fixture Maker and/or 10 years of
equivalent experience & training.
* Minimum 5 years' experience with Journeyman Card or Minimum 10
years' experience.
* Extensive experience in stamped and welded assemblies (spot, MIG,
arc braze, etc.) including related clamping, fixturing, part fit-up,
PLC and part presence sensors.
* Strong understanding of GD&T to enable data-driven assembly
fixture adjustments.
* Ability to use hand tools to improve assembly tooling and
fixturing to include cutting, adjusting, and shimming of existing
tooling.
* Fixture tool design for continuous improvement activity
* Ability to reason through and identify root cause of
assembly-related issues and derive creative solutions to new and
existing design, clamping, fixturing, welding and robotic sealing and
adhesive
challenges.

* Check sensor height and adjust to the proper height to prevent
premature wear
* Knowledge of all equipment locations on the plant
floor
* Ability to read blue prints and technical
specs
* Ability to work under pressure to resolve assembly line issues
with permanent corrective actions that will minimize plant downtime
and ensure quality parts are delivered on
time.

EQUIPMENT AND/OR PRODUCT FAMILIARITY:
Forklift, Aerial Devices, PC, printer, telephone, fax, photocopier,
label maker, robots, pumps, compressors, DA Stud Welders, MIG, TIG,
Arc welders, Mills, Lathes, etc.
Microsoft Office and internal databases and software, etc.

RESPONSIBILITY AND WORKING CONDITIONS:
Under the general direction of the Maintenance and Facilities Manager,
the Skilled Trades Technician, Trainee works independently and confers
regularly with inside and outside contacts to ensure successful
implementation of programs & projects. Works with various Production
Departments to design, fabricate, and/or repair fixtures, tools and
gages needed for automotive welded assembly. Acts as part of the
first-response team in production-down situations, lending product and
manufacturing expertise to keep production flowing through the
plant. Set-up and operating standard and specialty equipment and
attachments to turn, mill, drill, tap, grind, fit and finish
workpiece. Modify standard tools as required. Using a wide range
of precision instruments, gauges, equipment and devices to layout,
scribe/mark and check work for functional and dimensional accuracy.
Travel may be required with occasional overnight accommodation at
various locations. Overtime may be required to meet program
expectations. The STT may be exposed to elements such as temperature
and noise during time spent in the plant or at customer or supplier
facilities. Ability to obtain and retain a valid passport is
required.

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