Job Title: Tool and Die Maker
Why work at Alliance Laundry Systems? For starters, you will be able to work and grow professionally with a global leader. And because laundry services are needed no matter what the economy is doing, the industry is very stable.
We already have over 2,500 dedicated employees, and although our manufacturing is concentrated in Wisconsin, Belgium, China and the Czech Republic, we have sales and field service employees on every continent of the globe, except Antarctica.
By joining Alliance, you can receive the training, opportunities and professional growth that will bring out your very best. And your best is what is needed to support the customer-centric philosophy that drives our company to even higher levels; a philosophy we call Customer One. It’s this unique cultural commitment that ensures that every customer interaction with an Alliance employee is exceptional, translating to better products, ideas and support after the sale.
Our North American headquarters are in Ripon, Wisconsin. A great place to live and work, Ripon is one of the coolest small towns in America (by MSNBC) known for its scenic trails, outdoor recreation and quality education. This is reflected in the local school district as well – 160-year-old liberal arts Ripon College was recently named by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top 25 values in higher education. Big city attractions are a short 90-minute interstate drive to Milwaukee.
The Tool and Die Maker will report to the Manufacturing Engineer and works as part of the team in the tool room.
•Thorough and timely ability to repair and maintain complex progressive dies in addition to repairing and maintaining other types of dies to include troubleshooting
•Thorough and timely ability to repair and maintain molds in addition to troubleshooting mold issues
•Must have the ability to construct all types of shop tools and fixtures following blueprints, schematics, and sketches
•Must be able to operate various machine tools and equipment associated with the job
•May be required to perform layout work, fitting and assembling as the need arises
•Perform a variety of work as directed by the coordinator
•Other duties as assigned
•Must have successfully completed an apprenticeship and have certification of completion or 8 years of experience. There is interaction with many different functions within the facility so good oral and written communication skills are important.
2. Skills and Abilities:
•Must be capable of leading, directing, and teaching employees
•Must be able to function in a team environment
•High school diploma or GED equivalent required.
4. Physical Requirements:
•Position involves sitting long periods, standing, manual dexterity, stooping, bending and minimal lifting a minimum of 50 lbs.