Injection Mould Setter
 
 
  • Permanent
  • West Yorkshire
  • Shifts – 4 on 4 off days and nights
  • Salary £30,000 - £34,000
 
 
Duties and responsibilities as an Injection Mould Setter
  • Tool setting/tool changes to conform with company safe working practices and procedures.
  • Assist the shift with operating the injection moulding machines, ancillaries and automated assembly machines.
  • Ensure machinery is safe, checked in accordance with maintenance logs and repaired either permanently or temporarily in conjunction with the Maintenance Department.
  • Refer to standards setting and modify processes, where necessary, in order to achieve maximum production rates and quality standards. Record all changes made to proceed.
  • Follow the escalating procedure to Toolroom, Maintenance and Technical department. Fill appropriate documents.
  • Liaise with the Setter Supervisor, Team Leader, Planning, Quality Department, Toolroom, Maintenance, other team members and other shifts with regard to tool changes, settings, operating procedures and general running requirements.
  • Perform tool changes/setting and the application of ancillaries in line with production requirements.
  • Attend meetings and communicate effectively with all departments.
  • Perform safe interim repairs in the absence of Maintenance and the Toolroom.
  • Maintain a safe, healthy, clean and tidy environment for yourself and others.
  • Complete training when required.
  • Perform any other reasonable task required by the Setter Supervisor, Team Leader, senior managers or directors.
 
 
Experience
  • Health, Safety, welfare and Environment
  • Considerable experience on injection moulding/tool-setting experience with a recognised company.
  • Adequate experience of ancillaries such as material feed systems, masterbatch dosing, chillers, mould heaters, pick and place robotic systems, granulators, conveyors etc.
  • Experience of running automatic assembly lines would be an advantage.
  • Plastics raw material knowledge (handling, processing etc.)
  • The applicant ideally would have experience in a manufacturing environment and have the ability to work in a high-pressure site.
  • Must be able to work effectively, communicate with others and be willing to work as a part of a team
 
 
This position is easily commutable from Leeds, Wakefield, Bradford, Huddersfield & Halifax
 
 
All applicants must have the right to live and work in the UK.
 
 
How to Apply:
 
Contact Jamie Hancher at Micron Recruitment on 01527 759120, or simply click apply.
 
Due to the sheer volume of applications, we receive, we will only contact successful applications. Therefore, if you have not heard from us within 10 working days, please deem your application as unsuccessful.   
 
Micron Recruitment is working as a recruitment agency in relation to this vacancy.