Die Changer


  • Ability to perform mold changes utilizing overhead crane, mold cart, or forklift
  • Must be able to obtain license to drive forklift
  • Must verify schedule and install the proper mold, with the correct inserts if applicable
  • Has to be familiar with all types of injection machine controllers in use on the floor
  • Must understand and follow standard work practices including loading proper machine setup, ensure process water setup correctly, and mold clamped securely
  • Clean up after all mold changeovers and return removed mold to its proper location
  • Communicating all mold/machine issues or damage before installing/removing molds to shift supervisor or engineering department
  • Works on any other projects assigned by shift supervisor or Lead Processor
  • Maintain a safe and clean work area; maintain 5S standards
  • Clean and protect core and cavity against rust by coating with mold protect spray before removal
  • Must be able to work overtime on a short notice
  • Job requires being reliable, responsible, and dependable; attendance is crucial

Decision Making Authority

  • Authority to shut down press or not set mold if feels an unsafe condition exists; must notify supervisor


Preferred Qualifications for Hire or Promotion

  • Proof of other professional vocational training
  • 1-3 years associated experience in injection molding
  • Good hand eye coordination, mechanically inclined
  • Must be team player, capable of working well with others

Education and Job Experience Requirements

  • High school diploma or GED equivalent, preferred
  • Basic math, reading, and computer skills

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