Tool & Die Project Leader

Company Name:
Job Juncture
Position will coordinate with Japan on Dies needed and Tooling etc. Make sure the parts that come in are right for the stamping dies and etc. Lots of Liaison
type work. Will possibly spend some time in Japan. Should have Tool/Die experience and prefer degree. Looking for long term employment with Large parts
supplier to Honda. Project oriented
Work on process improvements. Schedule production flow. Work with new parts tooling. Coordinate with sales, procurement and design to insure that the
tooling for new parts will conform to clients needs.
Degree prefered. Experience with large stamping/tooling. Project leadership in stamping enviroment . Flexable and able to do some travel.
Big paid benefit pkg. paid overtime, profit share, bonus opportunities, uniforms furnished and more.
Company Description:
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