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Fabricator/Tool Maker

Job Number:  19773
Group:  Magna Seating
Division:  Magna Seating Columbus
Job Type:  Permanent/Regular
Location: 

LANCASTER, US, 43130

Magna

 

Job Number: 19773 
Group: Magna Seating  
Division: Magna Seating Columbus 
Job Type: Permanent/Regular 
Location: LANCASTER 

 


Group Description


Magna is an innovative leader in the development and manufacturing of high quality complete seating systems. Our solution includes seating structures, mechanisms and hardware, as well as foam and trim products for global automotive, heavy truck and bus industries. Our capabilities include market and consumer research; full concept development; design and engineering capabilities; testing, validation and world-class manufacturing. Our award-winning seating solutions are developed from consumer research, finding the ease of operation to be comfortable, convenient and connected.

 

Magna Pay Incentives

 

  • Sign-On Bonus: $8,000
  • Pay: $27.25
  • 90 Day Increase
  • Shift Differential Pay
  • Perfect Attendance Monthly Award

 

Magna Benefits

 

  • Profit Sharing (i.e. Cash/Stock Options)
  • 401(k) Company Match
  • Company Paid Life Insurance/Accidental Death and Dependent (Spouse & Child) Life Insurance
  • Company Paid Short Term Disability & Long Term Disability
  • Company Paid Vacation
  • Magna Perks
  • Medical, Dental & Vision
  • Magna Family Scholarship Program
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • And More…

 

Magna is one of the world’s largest suppliers to the automotive industry

 

Magna - Across the globe.  Across the industry.

 

  • Over 60 years of excellence
  • 164,750 employees
  • 346 manufacturing/assembling facilities
  • 94 engineering/product development/sales centers 
  • 27 countries 
  • $39.4 billion in sales

 

Magna Seating Columbus’ Current Business

 

  • Jeep Wrangler - 2nd Row Seat Structures
  • Jeep Grand Wagoneer - 2nd and 3rd Row Seat Structures

Role Summary

The Skilled Trades Toolmaker ensures all plant and facility equipment associated with the successful fabrication of product is serviced and maintained in a timely manner.  The STT is responsible for troubleshooting systems; performing preventive and predictive maintenance on all installed equipment to minimize downtime, while keeping safety and quality as a priority; providing training and technical support to Assembly and Maintenance Team Members.  The STT assists in production operations, and supports Management, Area Leaders, and Production Associates by acting as a liaison in matters regarding automation, safety, and continuous improvement for equipment, processes and productivity.

Key Responsibilities

  • Service, maintain, repair, install and test new or existing equipment and verify conformance to specifications. (Robot/Welding/Fixtures)
  • Complete repairs, modifications and installations as required.
  • Provide plant support in troubleshooting of process problems and completes quality improvements as required to maintain part standards of quality. Establish cross functional team for reliability issues
  • Deal extensively with production team and other support groups as well as vendors (both parts suppliers and equipment suppliers).
  • Department support for testing, repairing and calibrating measurement components. Validates reliability issues with components and investigates repeat component failures.
  • Carries out preventative/predictive maintenance procedures as laid out by CBAM and the manufacturer’s specifications.
  • Takes part in the continuous improvement process to improve productivity and quality (provides suggestions at team meetings, understands losses and gives ideas/solutions, participates in trials/experiments, volunteers on committee or focus group activities, etc.) cost reduction activities; repairs and systems improvements (optimization) and focuses on solutions.  Documents improvements and analysis data, ensure swift and effective implementation. 

Key Qualifications/Requirements

 

  • Able to work well with others; build and maintain positive employee relations
  • Strong understanding of GD&T to enable data driven assembly fixture adjustments 
  • Able to prepare, read and interpret written reports, instructions, procedures and guidelines
  • Able to effectively present information and respond to questions from management, employees, suppliers and customers
  • Able to operate machine tools such as TIG/MIG/ARC welders, lathes, milling machines
  • Able to maintain confidentiality, and use discretion and tact
  • Able to manage and schedule multiple priorities and meet deadlines
  • Able to use computer and software as required
  • Able to work to blueprints and sketches
  • High school diploma, GED or equivalent experience
  • Extensive experience in stamped and welded assemblies including related clamping, fixturing and part fit up
  • Journeyman status in Tool and Die or equivalent knowledge and 6 years of experience preferred


Nearest Major Market: Columbus

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