Mold Maker

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We are seeking a highly experienced Mold Maker to join our team at our Portland, OR plant.
Lays out /machines/fits/assembles/and finishes metal parts to make and repair molds for Press & Blow, Blow & Blow Glass Containers.
Studies blueprints of and computes specifications, applying knowledge of shop mathematics and glass molding processes and machinery.
Sets up and operates machines, such as Horizontal Boring Mill, Manual Vertical Mill, Welders, Manual Lathes, CNC, Lathes, Milling Machine.
Use hand tools to assemble mold.
Verifies dimensions, using micrometers, calipers, gauges, and dial indicators.
Position Requirements
Must have CNC certification and/or CNC experience.
Must have machine lathe and mill experience
Experience with reading blueprints and drawings.
Must have welding experience.
Ability to use all precision measuring devices.
Experience with bench repair and neck rings is desirable.
Automatic CNC mill and lathe knowledge is desirable.
High School Graduate or Equivalent.
Prefer a minimum of five years work experience in a related industry.
Able to work well with others and from verbal instructions under minimal supervision.
In order to be considered for this opportunity, please submit an online application.
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About O-I
Owens-Illinois, Inc. (NYSE: OI) is the world's largest glass container manufacturer and preferred partner for many of the world's leading food and beverage brands. The Company had revenues of $7.0 billion in 2013 and employs approximately 22,500 people at 77 plants in 21 countries. With global headquarters in Perrysburg, Ohio, USA, O-I delivers safe, sustainable, pure, iconic, brand-building glass packaging to a growing global marketplace. For more information, visit www.o-i.com.
O-I's Glass Is Life movement promotes the widespread benefits of glass packaging in key markets around the globe. Join us in the #betteringlass conversation at www.glassislife.com.
O-I is an equal opportunity employer.

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