Position Title Machinist - Mold Making - IA #3886
Location Des Moines IA
We have exciting opportunities for Machinists to join Company's talented, dedicated and growing team! This person will complete assigned engineering tasks as needed to build components for engineering projects. Use various machining techniques to produce a quality plastic part that meets the requirements of the customer and provide tooling support.
2nd shift 2PM-10:30PM Mon-Fri (5% shift differential)
3rd shift 10PM-6:30AM Sun-Thu (15% shift differential)
4th shift 6AM-6:30PM Fri, Sat, & Sun (15% shift differential)
5th shift 6PM-6:30AM Fri, Sat, & Sun (20% shift differential)
Clean and maintain production tools and molds.
Build components for new tools, existing tools and molds through the use of tool room equipment, using designs created by the engineering department. Read and interpret plans from paper drawings or computer files.
Using toolmakers scope, measures, examines, diagnoses and trouble-shoots existing molds to make improvements or corrections repairs.
Work with project leaders to ensure that projects are finished quickly and precisely.
Education/Experience. High school education coursework or GED required. Two-year tool & die degree or four years of experience in tooling or mold making preferred. Experience using tools such as metal saws, mills, grinders and lathes.
Computer Skills. Ability to operate personal computer. Knowledge of Windows based CAD programs such as Master cam, AutoCAD and Solid Works.
Language Skills. Ability to read, comprehend, and utilize instructions and short correspondence with professionals. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to other employees.
Mathematical Skills. Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratios, percent and use trigonometry. Ability to read and understand complicated designs and drawings.
Bottom line requirements we need notes on with candidate submittal:
1. High school education coursework or GED.
2. Two-year tool & die degree or four years of experience in tooling or mold making preferred.
3. Experience using tools such as metal saws, mills, grinders and lathes.
4. Knowledge of Windows based CAD programs such as Master cam, AutoCAD and Solid Works.