Jarden Corporation Technician, Tooling and Set Up in Chattanooga, Tennessee
The Tooling / Set-up Technician have the primary responsibility of set-up and line out of all roll fed and inline equipment. This position also acts as a technical resource for all processing equipment. This position reports directly to the Tool Room Shift Supervisor and also takes direction from the Technical Manager.
Basic Duties and Task Statements:
Must be able to set-up and line out all Roll Fed and inline equipment in the prescribed amount of time with the prescribed material.
Must be able to work with less experienced operators training them on the approved safe methods of setting up and operating the machines.
Contribute to the ongoing effort to update and revise the machine training manuals and JSA’s.
Must be able to perform basic mechanical basic machine maintenance, repair tasks and P.M.
Set-up person will be involved in the decision making process for upgrade and/or replacement of existing machinery.
Must be able to work closely with the Tooling Department developing improvements and modification to the tools.
Must be able to work with sales and tool design departments with the purpose of assuring that new tools have been designed to run efficiently on WNA equipment.
Must be able to work closely with the Process Engineer, lead person, maintenance, operators and packers with the goal of minimizing set-up time, maximizing production efficiency and eliminating scrap.
To make any and all adjustments to the machines as it relates to the set-up of the tooling in to production.
Must maintain a clean and safe work area. Set-up person must always be aware of the safety and housekeeping of others working in the area. If there is a problem, the set-up person must notify the lead person or supervisor.
Must be able to do all tool preparation (including insert changes, plug installation, etc.) before set-up and tear down and disassembly after the production run.
Must do proper tool inspection and institute tool repair work orders, when necessary, before the tool is stored.
Must be able to do minor tool repairs (broken bolts, seal rubber, die sharpening, die shimming, etc.)
Must be able to work over time as needed.
Must be able to read product specifications, process documents, and set-up documents.
Must be able to write, explain downtime process changes.
Basic math skills required Percentages, fractions, multiplication, division, addition, subtraction.
Must have or be able to learn basic computer skills.
Basic Competencies and Requirements:
A minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent required
A minimum of 1-3 years experience in an industrial environment required
Ability to work well in a team environment & motivate others within the team
Ability to guide and train new mechanics
Provide tools to perform duties of position
Must be able to communicate verbally and written.
Must be able to calculate scrap, measure downtime, production and labor.
Knowledge of commonly used concepts, tools, practices and procedures
Must be able to apply torque to wrenches and ratchets, lift tooling dies and associated parts into the machine with human and mechanical assistance, 10% - 25% of the time. Up to 50 pounds.
Must be able to lift cartons onto pallets, 5% - 10% of the time. Up to 35 pounds.
Normal Dexterity & Weight Requirements (requires extensive walking, bending, reaching, pushing, pulling, climbing and lifting up to 60 pounds)
Work over time as need
- Must be able to compare product to signed samples and to written QA specifications.
COMPANY: Waddington North America, Inc.
Requisition Id: 110944
Location: TN - Chattanooga