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Benefits of Working at Oneda Corporation

As a metal stamping manufacturing company that has been in business for more than 60 years, with an average employee tenure of more than 10 years, Oneda has a proven track record of hiring, retaining, and promoting our talent. We have an internal Die Shop Apprenticeship program to train our team on new skills. By joining the Oneda team, in Columbus, Georgia you will work with a company that is:

Whether it’s a manufacturing job or a front office position you are looking for, we hope you will consider joining the Oneda team.

Open Positions

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Under the direction of the Tool and Die Supervisor, works from plots to plan and perform the work required to construct and troubleshoot metal forms (dies) which are used in manufacturing precision metal parts.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Nine months of experience in die making
  • Possess the ability to read plots, basic mathematical ability
  • Working knowledge of metric measuring system, calipers, micrometers, and dial gauges

Preferred

  • Graduate of a two year course in basic machining
  • Basic programming experience
  • One or more years of experience in machine shop and/or die making
  • Possesses the ability to perform basic functions on a computer

DUTIES

Band Saw Operator

  • Selects material to be used as designated by blueprint; making initial cut
  • Measures steel plate and bars that will be cut to form parts of the final die; keeping an accurate inventory of stocked material
  • Sets band saw machine to proper position to cut material to the necessary size

Manual Milling Machine Operator

  • Face mills and squares material to a precise measurement using a vertical milling machine and other needed measuring devices to set parts at right angles to the milling head
  • Manually adjusts vise to hold exact position of part: (utilizing a digital read out) sets quill or knee to proper depth to be milled
  • Checks accuracy of work

Numerical Control (NC) Milling Machine Operator

  • Face mills material to an accurate measurement using a vertical numerical controlled milling machine
  • Positions material to be milled on magnetic table of machine using measuring devices as needed, ensuring material is lying flat and not warped or lying on metal chips
  • Manually programs machine for milling, per specified instructions

Surface Grinder Machine Operator

  • Operates grinder to achieve a precision ground surface on the die plates
  • Positions part on magnetic table ensuring the part is secure and not lying on debris
  • Sets the grinding wheel to proper depth of cut, measures plates with micrometer to assure precise thickness is acquired
  • When process is complete, cleans part and work area.

Computerized Numerical Controlled (CNC) Programmer/Operator

Laser

  • Programs/operates a computerized machining center which bores, mills, taps, etc., by utilizing a program tape from the CAD/CAM system
  • Arranges materials to be processed and makes necessary adjustments to program
  • While CNC is in operation, observes to detect potential errors or problems, making corrections as needed
  • Removes, deburrs, and cleans finished parts

Wire

  • Programs/operates a computerized machine that electronically discharges parts in a multitude of shapes to absolute measurements
  • Installs wire for machining
  • Arranges part to be machined on EDM table using measuring devices as needed
  • Utilizes program tape from CAD/CAM system to operate machine
  • While EDM is in operation, observes process to ensure accuracy
  • Removes and cleans finished part

Heat Treatment

  • Adjusts controls on oven to heat material to approximately 1700 degrees Fahrenheit or 930 degrees Celsius
  • Prepares material for heat treatment by ensuring all previous machining as indicated on blueprint has been completed
  • Places material in oven and secures oven door
  • Sets oven controls according to material type and hardness required
  • When heat treatment is complete, submerses part in coolant or air cools parts. Cryogenic processing may be used

Die Assembly

  • Assembles dies according to blueprint and cut sheet instructions; ensuring all bolts, screws, pins, etc. are collected
  • Modifies dies sent from outside sources to fit Oneda Corporation presses
  • Maintains inventory of hardware and orders supplies as needed, following appropriate policies and procedures

Other Duties

  • Ensures all machines are cleaned of debris, coolant, and material at the completion of use
  • Performs a preventative maintenance on all shop machines daily, to include checking lubricants and fluid levels
  • Completes all appropriate documentation throughout the production process
  • Occasionally operates lathe, radial drill press, bench drill press, drill/tool sharpener and press machines

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assists and mentors Tool and Die Apprentice(s)

TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

  • Forklift Certification

QUALITY STANDARDS

  • Possesses the knowledge of quality, environmental, and company policies and procedures; ensuring all products are produced efficiently and effectively to meet the established requirements.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • Required to work in a sitting or standing position, on a hard surface, for extended periods of time. Will be required to stoop, bend, and lift heavy objects (up to 50 lbs.). Required to complete some reading and computer work. Vision requirement minimum is 20/40 near and distant ( with or without corrective lens).

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

  • Wears safety shoes, glasses, gloves (as required/desired), and ear plugs while in the production area, this includes the die shop and warehouse. Appropriate protective equipment will be worn while operating the forklift.

WORK ENVIRONMENT

  • Works inside of a temperature controlled plant where there is a great deal of noise from presses. The work will be dusty, dirty, and greasy. Will be exposed to sharp edged materials and chemicals in oil.

This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Repairs and maintains production machines and facilities equipment, using hand tools, power tools, measuring instruments, and computers. Assists with other maintenance tasks as instructed by the Maintenance Manager.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • High school diploma or GED

  • Certification in industrial electrical or industrial maintenance or three years of experience of industrial machine repair experience

Preferred

  • Four years or more of experience as an industrial machine repairer in some or all of the following areas: hydraulics, electrical systems, welding, precision measuring instruments, power tools, and computer skills.

DUTIES

  • Repairs, installs, and maintains production machinery including, presses, robot lines, welders, conveyors, sensors, and other equipment
  • Repairs, installs, and maintains facilities equipment including air conditioning, compressors, air lines, gas farm, plant electrical, forklifts, and other equipment
  • Builds and assembles work tables, guards, jig, racks, control enclosures, and other equipment when required
  • Removes and replaces worn or defective parts, according to instructional manuals, blueprints, and diagrams; making modifications as necessary
  • Verifies/validates the functions of RY sensors, repairing/replacing sensors as needed
  • Orders maintenance supplies and spare parts as required for machinery maintenance and facilities maintenance, following appropriate policies and procedures
  • Maintains maintenance records as instructed by the Manager of Maintenance
  • Conducts periodic preventative maintenance to production machinery and other equipment as scheduled or needed by the Manager of Maintenance
  • Follows safety regulations with lock out/tag out
  • Assists with any maintenance repair(s) as instructed by the Maintenance Manager         
  • Assists in rebuilding defective parts, if applicable

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • None

TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

  • Forklift Certification

QUALITY STANDARDS

  • Possesses the knowledge of quality, environmental, and company policies and procedures; ensuring all products are produced efficiently and effectively to meet the established requirements.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • Works in a standing or sitting position, on a hard surface, of extended periods of time, with continual movement of hands and arms. Required to stand, stoop, bend, and lift heavy objects (up to 50 lbs.). Required to do reading and computer work. Vision minimum is 20/40 near and distant (with or without corrective lenses). May occasionally operate ladders or mechanical lifts.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT

  • Wears safety shoes, glasses, gloves (as required/desired), and ear plugs while in the production area, this includes the die shop and warehouse.

WORK ENVIRONMENT

  • Works inside of a temperature controlled plant where there is a great deal of noise from presses. The work may be dusty, dirty and greasy. Will be exposed to sharp edged materials and chemicals in oil.

This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties, or responsibilities that are required of the employee.

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