Molder/Production Technician

Monday-Friday 8:00 A.M to 4:00 P.M

The basic function of a Molder is to work in the molding room, using specialized molding equipment, to produce molded rubber vacuum pads for Wood’s Powr-Grip (WPG) products.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

High School Graduate/GED; must be 18 years old or older; driver’s license; ability to communicate verbally and in writing effectively to the extent required by the position; ability to effectively and cooperatively work with other people both in and outside the company; must be able to meet the working conditions and physical demands identified below; ability to read, write, and speak English; ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide to the extent required by the position; must have the ability to become familiar and comfortable with molding press, respond to product specification requirements, and constantly monitor and evaluate tasks performed for safety, efficiency, and quality.

WORKING CONDITIONS & PHYSICAL DEMANDS

In general, the working conditions are as follows: clean environment; exposure to noise, heat, dust, and occasional hazardous chemicals. The position requires the following: normal spatial orientation; ability to use of all body senses; ability to walk, sit, stand, bend, reach, and carry throughout ten to twelve hour shifts; ability to consistently lift 80 lbs. from a floor or table position to chest high using a proper lifting technique; ability to repetitively use arms, hands, and fingers in the manipulation of parts; ability to demonstrate good hand/eye coordination and demonstrate good manual dexterity; and ability to stand for the length of the shifts described above.

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