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Traverse City, MI, US

0079 Mold PM Tech

Mold PM Tech Essential Functions:

  • Pack orders according to customer requirements. 
  • To clean and repair tooling and molds within plant capabilities, and perform preventative maintenance on tooling utilized in the manufacturing process
  • Remove and replace tools from storage rack
  • Disassemble tooling
  • Clean, lubricate, and maintain internal and external components of tooling
  • Replace broken or worn components
  • Operate the fork truck and overhead cranes to transport and move dies and molds
  • Analyze tooling issues and suggest corrective action
  • Maintain the required tooling documentation
  • Maintain work area based on 5s principles: everything has a place and everything is located in the correct place




Job Requirements


  • Mechanical aptitude
  • Knowledge of various types of materials and required processes i.e.: drying time
  • Exerting up to seventy-five (75) pounds of force infrequently, thirty-five (35) pounds of force frequently
  • Support all Lear environmental, quality, health and safety procedures and rules.
  • Ensure that proper procedures are followed and the working environment is healthy and safe
  • Work as a team with fellow employees and train new employees in the classification
  • Maintains the work area in accordance with 5S standards.
  • Complete additional tasks assigned by Shift Supervisor / Department Manager



Mold PM Tech Evaluations:


  • Mold PM Tech trainee evaluation will be made on a weekly basis.
  • Training will follow the training plan.
  • There is a 60 day qualification period.


Working Conditions:


Degree of Physical Demands (Strength) usually associated with this classification:

  • Lifting packages up to 75 pounds.
  • Walking, standing, stooping, kneeling, and occasional crouching.


 Environmental conditions (Physical Surroundings) usually associated with this classification:

  • The associate is subject to environmental conditions common to a plant environment, including cramped conditions between presses and enclosures.
  • Some exposure to loud noise and oil.


Environmental conditions (Hazards) usually associated with this classified:

  • Exposure to Hi-Lo traffic, battery charger, possible cuts from material tail and banding, occasional exposure to wet or slippery dock plates.



The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification.  They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.

Nearest Major Market: Traverse City
Nearest Secondary Market: Northern Michigan