Manufacturing Press Technician - First Shift
Jagemann Stamping Company is a rapidly growing and expanding full-service stamping company recognized world-wide as a leading manufacturer of deep drawn, progressive, and fine blanked stampings. The latest technology coupled with the best people in a state of the art manufacturing facility, which encompasses all functional aspects including sales, design, tool building and manufacturing, enables Jagemann Stamping to provide its customer with products and service that consistently exceed expectations.
Jagemann Stamping, one of Manitowoc County's premier employers, is headquartered in Manitowoc, WI on the banks of beautiful Lake Michigan, 30 minutes south of Green Bay, WI and an hour north of Milwaukee, WI. In addition to offering a stable, dynamic work environment, Jagemann Stamping provides professional development and challenging careers with opportunities for growth and advancement where innovation and knowledge sharing are valued and rewarded. Jagemann Stamping employees receive highly competitive compensation and an exceptional benefits package.
ALL BENEFITS ON FIRST DAY OF EMPLOYMENT - NO WAITING PERIOD
- Medical, Dental, Vision Available Immediately Upon Hire
- 80/20% Coinsurance for in Network Claims after Deductible
- Critical Illness and Injury Plans
- Company Paid Short and Long Term Disability
- Company Paid Basic Term Life Plan
- Voluntary Life Insurance Options.
- Roth and traditional 401(k) plan
- 10 paid holidays
- 7.5% shift Premium for 2nd and 3rd shifts
- Additional Vacation for 2nd and 3rd shifts
- On-site Workout Facility for Employees and Spouses
- Paid Education Program
- Career Development and Progression
- Flexible, Employee-friendly Policies and Work Environment
- Vacation Upon Hire
- Wall to Wall Climate Controlled Air Conditioned Facility
First Shift (6:00 am to 2:00 pm) Mon-Fri
First Shift wage range $17.00 to $20.53
(Starting wage based upon skills and experience)
A Press Technician operates and provide limited minor preventative maintenance of presses and other machinery and occasionally monitors as many as four presses or two Production cells. A Press Technician I follows established run mode practices.
- Technician is required to check finished parts, empty parts buckets to hoppers, and shut-down operation whenever deficiencies in quality or press operation are noted.
- Uses precision measuring instruments (caliper, micrometer, plug gauges, bore micrometer, dial indicator height gauge) to ensure that parts meet customer specifications. The Press Technician uses the instruments mentioned to measure such dimensions as shell length, O.D., I.D., hole diameter, step, reverse draw, wall and material thickness to tolerances.
- Maintain cleanliness in and around press and work area. Involves cleaning scrap from inside and outside of press upon order completion. In addition, whenever visible signs of debris, oil, coolant or any slippery conditions or substances are present, area must be mopped clean and an attempt made to discover and eliminate the source of any leaks.
- Perform minor and limited preventive maintenance such as lubrication and auditing for loose parts and visible defects in equipment.
- Load and unload raw material from stock reel or palletizer, following safety guidelines and using personal protection equipment such as gloves. Includes the responsibility to verify that material tags match the specifications required. Requires the safe & effective use of fork lift, overhead hoist, coil hook, stock reel, coil straightener and banding apparatus.
- Required to read and interpret part prints and understand the correlation between the print and critical dimensions upon which SPC charts are based. Includes an understanding of the use of SPC computer system and the basic principles of our SPC customer requirements.
- Records production, material, and quality information on designated JSC operating systems and in accordance with JSC operating procedures. Involves an understanding of the purpose and necessity for accurate record keeping and JSC inspection plans and statistical process control (SPC) charts.
- Through the safe operation of Fork Lift equipment, transport material (raw stock, scrap, and finished parts) when necessary. Frequently involves the safe operation of a fork lift and may require maneuvering a loaded truck in confined and pedestrian traffic areas.
- Other duties as assigned by supervisor for additional experience and/or training or refinement skills or in preparation for advancement.
- Occupation includes a requirement to attend and participate in team meetings and training programs.
- Participates in JSC's Continual Improvement Process.
- Occupation includes a requirement to follow Environmental Health & Safety Procedures.
EDUCATION: Math, problem solving, reading competency. A high degree of mechanical aptitude required.
EXPERIENCE: Previous work history in a manufacturing environment or experience demonstrating mechanical aptitude is required. Prior experience operating a press is desired, but not required.
If you desire the chance to make a difference and to work with great people who value teamwork, challenges and the ability to impact the future of the company.
Jagemann Stamping is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.Job Posted by ApplicantPro