Senior Tooling Technician in Carol Stream, IL at DAVIES MOLDING, LLC

Date Posted: 3/22/2021

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    3/22/2021

Job Description

Troubleshooting and identifying root causes of tooling issues

Maintain and operate variety of tool room equipment. 

Assist in troubleshooting and resolving tooling issues across the plant.      

Assist with launch of new products.

 Work with the Tooling supervisor and Engineer related to new tool startups and validation.

Maintenance of Tools.

Improve Tools conditions and recommend actions to further improve PM program.

Continuous improvement.           

 Recommend actions related to current and potential Toolroom equipment to improve internal capabilities.  This includes CAM and Tooling Design software.

Provide CNC subject matter expertise.

Provide support to the operation and continual improvement of CNC machines across the plant.

Training

 Assist in training of setup technicians, and operators on proper tooling usage and handling.

Significant Mental/Physical Demands of the Job:

 Able to work at ambient room temperature. Ambulatory, able to lift a minimum of 30 lbs. Excellent visual acuity and dexterity.

Health and Safety Responsibilities:

Maintain compliance with all Safety Rules and Regulations.

Identify and report any safety, environment or security risks, accidents, incidents (near miss), injuries and property damage at the workplace. Correct use of appropriate personal protective equipment.

Specific Training, Knowledge, Skills Required:

  • Extensive Tooling experience.
  • Must demonstrate record of self-motivation and capability to perform job duties with minimal supervision.
  • Knowledge of molds set ups and Thermoplastic/Thermoset material processing.
  • Ability to provide training to others in the area of expertise.
  • Proven ability to handle multiple projects and meet deadlines.
  • Excellent communication skills.
  • Attention to details. Mechanically oriented
  • Safety Conscious. Driven by a zero-incident safety culture.
  • Must be able to read and understand prints and drawings of a mechanical nature.
  • 5S and Lean Principles applied to Tooling.