1st Shift Tool Setter

at Foam Holdings, Inc.
Location Greer, South Carolina
Date Posted September 24, 2022
Category Trades & Services
Job Type Permanent


1st Shift

$20.00 an hour + New Benefits Package!

Responsible for the inspection and installation of all tooling and associated components used in the production process. Provides training and direction to other individuals on the tool setting/maintenance team(s) in the area of tool preparation, maintenance, and repair as needed or as instructed by the Maintenance Manager of the facility.

Removes tools from press at the completion of production run, inspects the tools for damage or repair needs and prepares them for storage in the designated mold storage area.

Retrieves tools from storage and prepares them for production in accordance with production plan established by the Plant Manager and Production Supervisor(s). Configures designated press to accept tooling required for the next production job and installs the tool.

Performs preventive maintenance on fill guns used in the production process.

Performs preventive maintenance on production equipment as needed. Performs routine inspection on all molds and receiver frames.

Assists Maintenance Manager with daily preventive maintenance tasks as needed and also assists with repairs to building and/or equipment when required.

Documents and maintains appropriate records for mold changes and repairs

Compliance with legal environmental and safety requirements of the area.

Know the environmental aspects of the area and its control.

Know the environmental impacts associated with their activities.

Follow all Environmental and Safety policies.

Comply with procedures, regulations, and instructions of environmental and safety programs.

Other duties as assigned

• Organization - able to maintain orderly storage system for tools and support equipment; logical workflow planning to support efficient tool change.

• Equipment Maintenance/Repair - Has experience/knowledge in the use of both hand and power tools in the repair and maintenance of production tooling.

• Troubleshooting - ability to inspect and identify root cause of broken or malfunctioning equipment and initiate corrective action

• Inspection - ability to visually inspect process equipment and use applicable measuring devices to gauge compliance with acceptable tolerances.

• Technical - ability to read and properly interpret blueprints, CADD drawings and work instructions

• Forklift certification required.

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