Die Setter, $14-$17 DOE Walker, MI
Set up and changes dies on small and large (200 Ton to 2500 Ton) Progressive, Secondary and Transfer presses according to prescribed Job Element Sheets (JES) and die set up sheets to ensure quality parts are produced to Quality Standards, production schedules and engineering specifications
RESPONSIBILITIES AND RESULTS
Understands and can explain the company s Quality Policy
Understands job description and required tasks. Able to explain how this position impacts customer satisfaction and contributes to fulfilling the Quality Policy
Understands the overview of Quality Management System and document architecture
Understands and explain all relevant quality policy, procedures, and work instructions associated with this job description
Understands and is able to identify Quality Management System and implementation; Document and/or log all non-conformity
Participates in preventative actions where appropriate. Conducts corrective actions and perform problem solving analysis and reporting as required
Conducts housekeeping for personal work area and shared facility space
Observes and complies with all safety, environmental, regulatory, and statutory requirements associated with this job description
Participates in needs analysis and attends and performs the requirements of scheduled training and educational programs identified for this position
Participates, as requested, in independent objective auditing activities and supports company continuous improvement activities
Stops work on processes as appropriate and contains suspect or defective material or services to avoid further processing.
Positions, and safely clamps Dies/tools, feed guides, and Guarding.
Threads metal strip from coils through pinch rollers, and/or loads Dies/tools with metal blanks
Installs part ejection, and air blasts/external oilers.
Installs any and all die protection devices
WORK ENVIRONMENT / PHYSICAL DEMANDS
Able to use air tools, wrenches, and metal cutting devices.
Fast pace work environment that requires a sharp sense of your surroundings.
Ability to be on your feet for long periods of time, and cover a lot of ground. In the summer months it does get very hot, and you must keep yourself hydrated.
You must be able to lift up to 35 lbs.
SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE
Ability to use basic Measurement skills
Ability to use basic mathematic skills
Knowledge of controls systems for programming purposes.
Ability to operate Hilo/ Die Truck
High School Diploma or GED required
At least 6 months of experience
Metal Stamping Experience, Die Setting Experience, Lock out Tag out experience and press operating experience.
Has high standards of performance for self.
Is thorough, accurate, and reliable when performing and completing job tasks; demonstrates honesty and integrity in all aspects of work.
Takes positive action to objectively resolve conflict by listening, staying focused on issue to find resolution, and monitoring progress.
Maintains positive relationships by constructively resolving conflicts.
Works with sense of urgency to meet needs of customers.
Has necessary experience, skills, and knowledge to perform all aspects of job; rotates through all job responsibilities.
Looks for good in others; works collaboratively with others; shares information and knowledge.
Is at work when scheduled and ensures coverage when absent; takes timely breaks/lunches; uses time wisely.
Must be able to understand and follow written and verbal workplace instructions
Must be able to work up to 12 hours per day including Saturday and Sunday
Job Order 164069