The Tooling Engineer sets up and operates, with assistance, a variety of machines as they manufacture automotive interior components and systems such as instrument panels and consoles, door systems, headliner and overhead systems, and cockpit and console systems. The Tooling Engineer is responsible for the disassembly, assembly, inspection, cleaning, and polishing of molds with skill and care, particularly on critical surfaces.
They are knowledgeable in disassembling and repairing Hot Runner and hydraulic actuated molds, using diagrams, blueprints, and electrical circuit test meters to troubleshoot electrical and hydraulic circuits. They are proficient in reassembling and rewiring molds, as well as executing light basic mold base machining and rough machining of mold components.
Under the supervision of an onsite toolmaker, they perform light mold repair work. The Tooling Engineer is also responsible for maintaining PM (Preventive Maintenance) records and managing the inventory of Tool Room PM components and supplies.
REQUIRED EXPERIENCE & SKILLS:
2+ years of HANDS ON experience with Injection Molds
Experience disassembling, assembling, inspecting, clean and polishing molds
Experience with any type of software for tooling
Experience with Electrical and Hydraulics for manufacturing equipment
Experience reading and interpreting blue prints
Familiar with electrical and hydraulic circuits using diagrams
Ok with working overtime and call-ins on occasion
DESIRED EXPERIENCE & SKILLS:
Experience with cranes for injection molding
Experience with Tig Welding
Experience with machining for Manual Milling Machines and Manual Lathes
Experience disassembling and repairing Hot Runner and hydraulic actuated molds
Experience working with automotive interior systems manufacturing