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Tooling Engineer

Company Name:
MalaceHR
Education Requirements > High School Diploma or GED > Certified Toolmaker or 5 yrs experience in Tool and Die field Experience Requirements > Tool and Die maker 5 yrs. Minimum > Minimum 3 years manufacturing experience > Minimum 3 years stamping experience or related field (Automotive preferred) > Minimum 3 years Computer (PC) experience > Basic AutoCAD or other drawing software experience Training Requirements > TS-16949 / ISO14001 > Lean Manufacturing / JIT > Mistake Proofing / Problem Solving > Blueprint / GD&T > Project Management > Overhead Crane Certification Skill Requirements > Applicant is required to be a Class A Tool & Die Maker in order to understand the principles of tooling. > Previous AutoCAD experience. > Demonstrate strong leadership qualities. > Demonstrate strong organizational skills in order to deal with outside vendors. > Demonstrate a "HANDS ON" approach in relation to die troubleshooting, modifications and improvements. > Demonstrate ability to give direction as required to meet all requirements. Principle Duties and/or Responsibilities > Physically work on tooling, tooling related problems and assist toolmakers in daily troubleshooting within the toolroom and in the press department to ensure tools are operating at peak efficiency. > Delegate troubleshooting and die maintenance responsibilities in a clear and concise manner. > Assist Toolmakers / Apprentices and toolroom staff to make quality and tooling related decisions for long term solutions. > Consistently address problems and make / implement solutions to improve efficiencies, process and product flow, safety and quality. > Work closely and co-operatively with the other Managers and Team Leaders on day to day issues. > Fill in all reports properly and completely. > Report all necessary quality, production or safety problems to the Tooling Manager. > Must have the ability to be on the job during normal business hours. > Ability to establish tracking system to grade all tooling vendors for quality and delivery and document all findings in log book. > Must have the ability to document changes to include detail prints and/or procedures to dies and track the results as die repairs, modifications and improvements are made. Principle Duties and/or Responsibilities - continued > Must have strong inter-personal skills to allow clear communication. > Must be able to maintain assigned group of dies. This will include all aspects from initial die design review, to the quality of the parts being produced. > Adequately stock the tool crib with spare parts, using a computer to track stock and organize the toolcrib in a fashion to ensure available stock of tooling components at all times. > Responsible for quoting and purchasing replacement details, according to budget. > Purchase spare parts, die sections, supplies, etc., for toolcrib at "best buy" conditions. > Expand tooling supply base to achieve adequate supply at reasonable pricing. > Use AutoCAD for updating and making prints as needed. > Work with production to ensure good quality parts. > Incoming inspection of all tooling entering the plant to include die details, shop supplies, etc,. > Establish quarterly goals and objectives with the Tooling Manager. > Continuous Improvements will be driven by tooling cost reductions, by improving usage or lower price without sacrificing quality. > Interact with toolmakers to ensure the tool room supplies are adequate. > Be involved in continuous improvement of the tooling, (i.e., coatings, different metals). > Available for overtime and training as required. > Other duties as assigned by Tooling Manager. > Must be able to work within the budget allowed for the area of responsibility they are assigned. > Employees - Listen to each employees problems and make sure to follow up on their suggestions - Praise the employee when he does a good job - Stress the need for teamwork > Self - Be positive - Look for ways to improve given the environment - Hard work, job knowledge and honesty will create respect and make you a leader - Lead by example > Safety - Ensure all employees follow the safety policy - Keep the work area clean - Follow all safety rules - Follow the lockout/tagout procedure Physical Requirements > Standing, walking, bending, twisting, reaching and lifting required daily > Must be able to lift 35 lbs multiple times throughout the day > Must be able to lift 75 lbs 3 - 4 times per day

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