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Mold Maintenance Technician

Description

Phillips-Medisize is seeking a Mold Maintenance Technician at our Red Cedar Facility in Menomonie, Wisconsin. We are looking for someone to maintain and make minor repairs to molds in a timely, efficient manner, with little or no guidance, to allow production to remain on schedule.

Shift: 2nd (3p-11p)

What You Will Do In Your Role

  • Provide minor fabrication/repair of mold components, secondary fixtures and gauges
  • Clean and lubricate molds
  • Clean and minor repairs to hot manifold/sprue systems
  • Properly tag molds and secondary equipment
  • Change mold inserts over to run different parts and set date codes
  • Review production schedule and identify molds with change over and date codes and ensure mold is set-up correct
  • Keep accurate account for all molds and verify actual location
  • Prepare molds for shipment to vendor locations
  • Maintain a log of molds that are shipped and received
  • Inspect tools by completing the New Tool Checklist

The Experience You Will Bring

Requirements:

  • Technical Degree in related field, or equivalent mix of education and experience
  • Experience in an operations or manufacturing-related role

Physical Requirements:

  • Lifting Requirements: up to 40lbs
  • Push/Pull Force: up to 60lbs
  • Standing Requirements: 6 – 7 hours

What Will Put You Ahead

  • Experience with injection molding
  • Experience in a maintenance-related role

Salary and Benefits Commensurate with Experience.
Equal Opportunity Employer.
Except where prohibited by state law, all offers of employment are conditioned upon successfully passing a drug test.

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