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Injection Moulding Toolmaker
Double Days (6am – 3pm / 1pm – 10pm)
£30,000 Rising To £32,000 After Probation
Making and assembling new tooling to a very high standard. (This involves accurately reading/interpreting highly technical engineering drawings, accurate final grinding of mould parts and the final assembly of complete moulds, all to a very high standard.) Actively participating in and facilitating continuous improvements to tooling and production methods.
Maintaining and updating relevant documentation.
Working as part of a team to ensure set targets for delivery, quality and efficiency are met.
Assisting in the training of apprentice toolmakers.
Experience and Competencies RequiredIn addition to the required professional and technical expertise, candidates will be motivated and flexible with the ability to work on their own initiative. A customer and quality focus is essential. The ability to get on with others and to work as part of a team is also essential as is the ability to work under pressure whilst maintaining a keen eye for detail.
Proven post apprenticeship experience in a similar mould toolmaking company.
Detailed working knowledge of the assembly on new high quality mould tools and the use of surface grinding machines.
Toolroom inspection equipment and the ability to read and interpret highly technical engineering drawings.
Experience of multi-cavity tooling with hot runner systems is highly desirable.
Plastic Injection Moulding Experience (Advantageous)
In return for your commitment my client offers a stable and secure career for a technically motivated toolmaker. If you feel this is of interest, please send your CV directly to Thomas Barkes at or call for a confidential discussion on (phone number removed)
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