Are you an experienced Injection Molding Mold Maker trying to find a home at a solid, stable company? Have you been working in smaller companies where the compensation and longer-term career opportunities are limited? This position can change that for you!
A US company with several manufacturing facilities has an immediate opening for Sr. Mold Maker to join their Hudson, NH facility. The facility services customers from a variety of industries, but primarily from the Aerospace and Medical Device industries. It is focused on "quick turnaround" projects where customer need "rapid solutions" related to their manufacturing needs.
You will be responsible for constructing, reworking, maintaining, and repairing molds with minimal supervision. You must be able to operate most tool room machinery and have the ability to work self-paced to meet timelines. .
Key duties and responsibilities
· Assemble and dis-assemble molds; analyze and solve basic mold problems including flashing conditions, galling, venting, cooling problems, etc.
· Assemble, repair, inspect, clean and polish molds.
· Understand the operation of an injection mold. Recommend manufacturing methods, support / assist in mold design
· Layout, fabricate and assemble molds while planning the machine tooling and fixtures required by analyzing blueprints, sketches, models and engineering or shop specification.
· Use a variety of machinist's hand tools and precision measuring instruments.
· Set up and operate machines in tool room – CNC mills machining centers, EDM wire and Ram/Sinkers, lathe, Bridgeport’s / Prototraks, and grinders.
· Program CNC equipment using SurfCam CAM software. Training is available for the right candidate.
· Perform mold changes & modifications with minimal supervision.
· Solve problems relating to unusual material, work-holding arrangements, machine settings, fabrication methods, and production process.
· Monitor and verifies quality in accordance with statistical process or other control procedures.
· Troubleshooting of minor problems with tooling and production.
· Associates Degree or equivalent from 2-year College Technical Degree or 5+ year’s job specific experience.
· Must have good working knowledge of geometric dimensioning and be able to assess part prints.
· Advanced math skills.
· Ability to work with a team, ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
· Ability to speak effectively among employees for organizational reasons.