Industrial Maintenance Mechanic II, Tool & Die Maker

Posted 19 January 2024
Salary Up to $80,000
Job type Permanent
Contact NameNatalie Wattenbach

Job description

Industrial Maintenance Mechanic II, Tool & Die Maker – 3rd Shift

A global leader in medical technology and the US's largest supplier of critical medical supplies is looking for an experienced Maintenance Mechanic to join their dynamic manufacturing facility in Cleveland, MS. In this crucial role, you'll play a vital part in ensuring the seamless production of life-saving equipment, directly contributing to our mission of saving and sustaining lives.

If you thrive in a fast-paced environment, possess exceptional technical skills, and are passionate about teamwork and continuous learning, then we encourage you to apply.

  • Fabricate precision parts from blueprints and drawings utilizing diverse machine shop equipment, including lathes, milling machines, grinders, and drill presses.
  • Perform comprehensive disassembly, cleaning, and reassembly of injection molding molds.
  • Diagnose and troubleshoot mechanical and electrical issues within production machinery, implementing effective repairs and modifications.
  • Design and manufacture replacement parts to optimize equipment performance and uptime.
  • Install and relocate equipment as required, ensuring operational efficiency and adherence to safety protocols.
  • Analyze and repair pneumatic and hydraulic systems, maintaining optimal production flow.
  • Utilize arc and gas welding, metal fabrication tools, and precision measurement equipment with dexterity and accuracy.
  • Uphold a deep understanding of environmental health and safety regulations specific to both the plant and department.

  • High school diploma or equivalent required.
  • Tool and die certification or technical school diploma strongly preferred.
  • Minimum 3 years of hands-on maintenance experience in tool and die making or a related job shop environment.
  • Proficiency in operating hand tools, layout equipment, rotary tables, precision measuring tools, voltmeters, drill presses, surface grinders, metal lathes, milling machines, furnaces, and welding/fabrication equipment.
  • Basic computer literacy and familiarity with CNC operations desirable.
  • Successful completion of audiometric testing and commitment to adhering to hearing protection protocols mandatory.