Toolmaker

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
Staffordshire
Salary
Competitive
Posted
05 Sep 2017
Closes
03 Oct 2017
Sector
Engineering
Job Type
Apprentice
Contract Type
Permanent
A Press Toolmaker is required to join an experienced domestic tool room, working for an established worldwide engineering firm in the automotive manufacturing industry. This is a permanent, full time position and in return our client offers an excellent rate of pay and benefits package. You will be responsible for repair and maintenance including dies, jigs and fixtures and presses up to 1800 tonne

Seen as a key role to the business, the Toolmaker will provide support to overall production and join a team of loyal and longstanding employees.

Key responsibilities will include:

* Repair and maintenance to various types of progression press tools and die repairs

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Routine servicing and regrinding

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Fault finding on breakdowns and repairs to aid production

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Electrode maintenance and repair (including nut/stud feeders)

* Evaluating each job and determine if it can be repaired in press or must be removed for essential maintenance and repair work

To be successful in this role, you will have the following skills and experience:

* Recognised toolmaking apprenticeship, including Die Maintenance

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Ability to work under minimal supervision

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Trained in the repair and maintenance of progression press tools

* Committed and hardworking

This position is based in Cannock and is easily commutable from Stafford, Lichfield, Walsall, Tamworth, Sutton Coldfield, Wolverhampton, Telford, Burton upon Trent and Birmingham.

If you are an apprentice trained Toolmaker looking to secure a long term career with a renowned firm within the automotive industry, please apply immediately. In return our client offers excellent rate of pay and benefits package.

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