Job Title: Injection Molding Press Operator

This position is continually open as we build an applicant pool to fill on-going needs.  

First Shift Hours - 7:30a to 3:30p

Second Shift Hours - 3:30a to 11:30p

Third Shift Hours - 11:30p to 7:30a

Position Summary - Duties include monitoring injection molding press, finishing and trimming of parts, inspecting parts, packing parts, reporting paperwork, and work area cleaning. ​Starting Pay is $11.00 per hour.


Job Title: Quality Auditor

Second Shift Hours - 3:00a to 11:30p

Position Summary - Position Summary

Collect information from visual inspection of production and materials.  Legibly document collected information on Quality Audit Report.  Must have knowledge of quality control procedures and provide the attention to detail required to assess whether or not a product is in compliance. Be familiar with quality management standards including automotive standards such as ISO, TS or IATF.

Work Hours - 2nd Shift, Monday – Friday, 3:00p to 11:30p. May be required to work overtime or on weekends.

Expected Starting Hourly Pay Rate - $13.00

Examples of Job Duties

Verify correct resin, lot numbers and cycle times. / Verify work instructions, samples & first part produced are available.

Inspect proper trimming of the gates, inspect clips, foam and/or inserts. / Assure correct labels, PI tags, containers and packaging are used /Assure that the pack quantity and weights are correct / Document reasons for down time & corrective action / Document description of nonconformance’s found / Approval of First Part Produced and submission of FPP to the Quality Lab / Submission of Last Part Produced to the Quality Lab

Work Requirements

This job requires activity including standing and walking during entire shift, lifting up to 30 pounds, frequently bending, stooping, squatting or twisting, repeatedly grasping and other finger or hand manipulations.

​​Job Title: Tool Shop - Entry Level

First Shift Hours - 6:30a to 3:00p with a 30 minute unpaid lunch

Position Summary - Does this sound like you?
This entry level position will be working with experienced tool and mold staff to learn the skills of the trade. The approach is hands-on through the assignment of a variety of tasks designed to cover all basic aspects of the trade

Responsibilities include:
• Work with mold makers to learn the tool and mold trade.
• Become proficient in the operation of machines necessary to accomplish work needed to repair, build and complete major revisions to tooling. Machines include CNC Lathes, CNC Mills, CNC Multi Axis Machining Centers and CAD/CAM programming.
• Handle molds with hoists and power-assisted trucks.
• Operate company vehicles to pick up or deliver product or supplies - must have valid operator's license
• Responsible for Tool Shop tools, inspect tools and supplies and locate in the appropriate areas
• Clean machines and sweeps/mops shop floors to ensure they are clean and safe.


Job Title: Tool Shop - Machinist

First Shift Hours - 6:30a to 3:00p with a 30 minute unpaid lunch

Position Summary - This position machines parts for injection molds in the plastics industry using CNC Lathes, CNC Mills, CNC Multi Axis Machining Centers and performs CAD/CAM programming.

Responsibilities include CNC operations including programming, machine set-ups, calibrations, adjusting speeds, feeds, and depth of cut, to machined parts to specifications set forth in blueprints, drawings, engineering orders, etc. Maintains specifications by observing operations; taking measurements; detecting malfunctions; troubleshooting processes; editing programs; sharpening and replacing worn tools; adhering to quality assurance procedures and processes. Handle molds with hoists, die trucks and power-assisted trucks

Skills and abilities include a strong working knowledge of CNC operations including programming, set up and operation; the ability to calculate dimensions and close tolerances using knowledge of mathematics and precision machines and instruments; the ability to work within in close tolerances using cutting tools, gauges, and other machinists´ tools; the ability to safely operate forklift and other material moving equipment and to lift and carry up to 75 pounds.