HON an industry leader in office furniture design and manufacturing, is in search of a 4th Shift. Tool and Die Maker to our Leveraged Furniture Operations (LFO) team in Cedartown, GA!
As a tool and die maker with us, you will get to use blueprints to determine project specifications, set up and operate machine tools, finish and adjust parts, and test tools to ensure quality standards are met. You will also get to make use of your outstanding mechanical and mathematical skills while crafting and maintaining tools and dies. This position is excellent for anyone with exceptional technical expertise and a positive, team-oriented attitude looking to work for a company where they can grow and hone their skills.
Some of the essential aspects of the position include:
• Fabricate, repair and maintain all dies, fixtures, jigs and other tooling items required for the proper running of equipment.
• Design and create tools/fixtures as needed.
• Assist in preventative maintenance program for maintaining tooling.
• Assist and work with other skilled trades members on projects and lead project work as needed.
• Follow standard work for tooling duties; suggest and document improvements to standard work.
• Participate in activities as appropriate to ensure the success of the organization.
• Document and maintain all work in CMMS system.
What it takes:
• High School GED or diploma required. Successful completion of The HON Company Tool and Die Maker Apprenticeship Program or equivalent technical degree program. Documented and verified work history may be substituted in lieu of education.
• 5 years of progressive tooling experience working up to become a Tool and Die Maker
Required Skills and Abilities:
• Experience with multiple machining platforms both manual and CNC. Milling, turning and Wire EDM experience a plus.
• Successful completion of required company training (Safety/Ergo, Lock Out/Tag Out, Lift Truck etc.)
• Ability to work under minimal supervision.
• Utilize hand and machine tools to assemble parts of tools and dies and to repair and modify gauges, jigs and dies
• Treating co-workers with dignity and respect.
• Working independently and with co-workers up and downstream from assigned areas.
• Working within a team of members to accomplish both team and individual output goals.
• Reading and interpreting complicated drawings, blueprints and schematics
• Problem solving skills that deal with a variety of variables related to machine operations set up and proper machine cycles.
• Reasoning skills in order to make general decisions related to safety, quality, operation and set up sequences.
• Recognizing when something is wrong or is likely to go wrong and possess the ability to resolve the problem or concern.
• Applying general rules to specific problems to produce answers that make sense.
• Examining parts, products or processes to verify conformance to operational standards.
• Observing equipment operations so that malfunctions can be detected and rectify malfunctions.
• Demonstrate flexibility and adaptability, while maintaining a positive attitude and approach under pressure.
Additional Skills and Abilities:
• Concise verbal communication skills
• Previous knowledge of machine related types of gauges, dies and fixtures not permanently attached to machine is a plus
• Seasonal fluctuations in temperatures and humidity.
• Dust, fumes and noise are commonplace.
• Work with chemicals associated with a repair or clean-up operation.
• Up to 12-hour shifts and change of shift or hours worked if requested with reasonable notice.
• Work up to 12-hour days with continuous standing and/or motion on a concrete floor.
• Lift and carry up to 50 pounds (for up to 10 feet) on a continuous basis.
• Frequent use of hand, arms, legs and/or back in a push/pull motion up to 25 pounds.
• Use of abdominal and lower back muscles to support part of the body frequently or continuously over time without 'giving out' or fatiguing.
• Continuous movement of hand, hand together with arm, or two hands to grasp, manipulate, or maneuver raw materials through machine processes.
• Continuous coordinating of two or more limbs (for example, two arms, two legs, or one leg and one arm).
• Continuous and repetitive use of wrists, hands, arms, and legs including bending, lifting and gripping.
• Continuous movement at the waist, back, hip and knees including bending, knelling, squatting and twisting.
• Frequent reaching and lifting up to 15 pounds at and above the shoulders.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Why HNI Corporation?
HNI Corporation (NYSE: HNI) is a manufacturer of workplace furnishings and building products, operating under two segments. The workplace furnishings segment is a leading global designer and provider of commercial furnishings, going to market under multiple unique brands. The residential building products segment is the nation’s leading manufacturer and marketer of hearth products, which include a full array of gas, electric, wood, and pellet-burning fireplaces, inserts, stoves, facings, and accessories.
Leveraged Furniture Operations (LFO) is the branded name for our furniture manufacturing and operations structure. This encompasses all roles in manufacturing, plant engineering, supply chain, distribution and logistics, as well as some roles in finance and accounting, and human resources. By centralizing these key functions, we enhance our efficiencies, reduce costs, and ultimately improve our customer’s experience with HNI! When you accept a role in LFO, you’ll have the opportunity to make a significant impact on both our future and yours with work that matters, empowerment and autonomy, and growth without limits.
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