At Tottser-Iroquois Industries you will discover a company that will help you be the best you can be. Our employees are the reason that we have a reputation for innovation, quality, and performance. They strive every day to make us the best at what we do. In return, we are committed to:
If you are interested in joining our diverse and growing team of professionals, please review our current opportunities and contact the Tottser-Iroquois Human Resources department today!
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Must exhibit strong hand-eye coordination, attention to detail, ability to sit/stand up to 10 hours/shift, a minimum 6 months experience in machine operation is preferred with the ability to lift up to 50 lbs. Must be safety oriented, have reliable transportation, be punctual and display a positive attitude.
Duties include, but not limited to: Control machines and processes; handle and move objects; inspect equipment and materials; perform general physical activity and maintain cleanliness in the press area; inspect labels and materials to ensure accuracy.
Must exhibit strong hand-eye coordination, attention to detail, ability to sit/stand up to 10 hours/shift, basic math skills and the ability to lift up to 50 lbs. Must be safety oriented, have reliable transportation, be punctual and display a positive attitude.
Duties include, but not limited to: Load parts into machine; activate machine; examine welded components to detect defects and make adjustments on spot welder, as necessary, for different materials; take completed parts off of machine for placement on pallet; repetitive use of hands, wrists, arms, bending/twisting and lift up to 50 lbs. on a repetitive basis; inspect labels and materials to ensure accuracy.
Experienced Die Setter needed to set up and adjust heavy duty power press to blank, form, or pierce metal parts using dies and feeder equipment.
Duties include, but not limited to: Set up progressive and line dies; measure and adjust ram; align dies and set up air cushions in the press; bolt dies to press ram and press bed; set up press feeding, lube and safety equipment, such as pullbacks and light curtains; set up palm stands and control buttons; position work-piece or metal strip into die and activate machine to blank, form, or pierce part; reposition parts in multi-stage dies for additional operation; inspect parts after each stroke to ensure accuracy and uniformity; bring parts to quality control for first piece approval; set up chutes for parts and scrap removal; set up counters and appropriate containers; remove dies from presses and apply appropriate die tags for repair by tool room; clean and remove clamps, bolts, and debris from press die area to prepare for next die set-up
Must be a proficient forklift operator