tool management technician in mississauga

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job type
permanent
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job details

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location
mississauga, ontario
job category
Skilled Trades and Industrial Management
job type
permanent
reference number
2107842STFEN
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job description

Are you looking for a full-time role with a competitive benefits package?
Do you have experience as a CNC Operator or Tool & Die Maker?
Are you interested in joining a company with friendly, family-feel culture in the Mississauga area?
Do you have experience in the metal working industry, along with a personable and positive attitude?

Within this rewarding role, you will be responsible for the following key responsibilities:
- Maintain and monitor cutting tool inventory and database
- Monitor inventory levels of cutting oils, inserts, abrasives, tool holders and related items
- Prepare order recommendations for purchasing department
- Perform incoming inspection of new and reconditioned tools/fixtures
- Participate/perform testing and validation of tools and fixtures
- Perform regular maintenance of tools, fixtures and related equipment
- Supply work cells with tools, inserts, fixtures, other related items and consumables
- Inspect and condition tools during and after use as needed

Advantages
- Friendly team environment
- Extensive on-boarding & training
- Full competitive benefits
- Health spending account
- Ideal Mississauga location

Qualifications
- Experience as a CNC Operator and/or Tool & Die Maker
- Experience with metal working tools
- Metal working experience
- Machine shop experience
- Must be able to use basic measuring instruments; such as callipers, micrometers and bore gauges
- Good written and spoken communication skills required

We are actively interviewing this week for the Tool Manager in Mississauga.
Do not wait - come and speak to us today!

Here's how:

Call: Vanja Djordjevic at (905) 799-0269

COME SEE US AT:

2456 Queen Street East
Brampton ON


Randstad Canada
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