Tooling Technician in Greenwood, Mississippi

Date Posted: 10/30/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

The Tooling Technician is responsible for providing tooling and parts necessary to meet production standards and schedules.

 Duties and Responsibilities

  • Perform work per work instructions
  • Machine replacement, parts, and tooling per supplied blueprints
  • Manual machining including mill, lathe, surface grinder
  • Tooling and fixturing maintenance including removal from equipment and repair to working condition
  • Complete purchase requisitions
  • Order supplies as necessary for sharpening equipment.
  • Operate and setup equipment to maintain specifications and independently adjust for variations
  • Perform necessary functions to prepare work stations to meet requirements
  • Perform preventative maintenance per requirements
  • Use tool room equipment to sharpen various tools, drill bits, and cutters
  • Welding, brazing and soldering and use of hand power tools to complete tasks
  • Use tool room equipment to mill, drill, grind, bore, and taps to build, repair or modify tools or fixtures
  • Adhere to all safety requirements in the work area
  • Practice 5Ss

 Knowledge, Skils and Abilities

  • Understand and follow verbal and written instructions as well as drawings and blueprints
  • College level math
  • Use of appropriate inspection equipment
  • Knowledge of applicable jigs, fixtures, index plates and grinding wheels
  • Computer profiency
  • Knowledge of cutting tools

 

Education and Experience Requirements

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • 2 years Machine Shop Technical School or 2 years tool room experience

 Physical and Weight Lifting Demands

The physical and weight lifting demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Frequency

Letter Code

Defined as

Never

N

 

Infrequent

I

Up to 1 hour per day

Occasionally

O

1 to 2 hours per day

Frequently

F

2 to 5 hours per day

Continuously

C

6+ hours per day

 

 

Physical Task

Frequency

Reason for Physical Actions

Stand

C

Standing work

Sit

O

To perform work at desk

Walk

F

To walk between stations

Bend/Twist

F

To gain visual access to parts

Push / Pull

I

To move parts from one area

Climb (stairs, ladders)

I

To access upper level of facility

Reach

I

To access parts

Lift

F

To move parts to different locations

Carry

I

To carry parts to different locations

Grasp/Grip

I

To grasp and handle parts

Repetitive Motions

I

 

Kneel/Crawl

N

 

Run

N

 

Jump

N

 

Rapid work speed

I

 

Filing

I

 

Finger movement

F

Manual dexterity to use precision measuring tools and handle small components

Keyboard use

F

As required to program, enter data and use software programs

Close vision

C

To read prints and drawings

Color vision

O

 

Depth perception

F

To use precision measuring tools

Far vision

F

To use precision measuring tools

Hear

C

To communicate with individuals in cell

Talk

F

To communicate with individuals in cell

Smell

F

 

Touch

F

Fine touch to discriminate texture

Temperature

C

Able to work in various temperatures

 

 

Amount of Weight

Frequency

Reason for Action

Up to 30 pounds

F

To move parts

 

Personal Protective Equipment

 

Equipment

Frequency

Reason

Safety glasses

C

To protect eyes

Leather shoes

C

To protect feet

Gloves

F

To protect hands

Ear Plugs

I

To protect hearing

 

 

 

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