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KMC Stampings
Attn: Human Resources
1221 S. Park Street
Port Washington, WI 53074
Fax: 262-387-2102
hr@kmcstampings.com

Plant Supervisor

Responsible for managing manufacturing, shipping and tool room functions and personnel. Individual directs plant operations to ensure the achievement of manufacturing-related objectives primarily cost, quality, delivery and safety. This position supervises the Manufacturing Supervisors, Shipping Supervisor and Tool Room Department (if applicable).

 

Talent & Retention Specialist

Under the direction of the Director of Human Resources, using his/her knowledge and understanding of the human resources function the Talent & Retention Specialist will proactively identify top talent for technical, skilled, semi-skilled and entry level positions for all KMC facilities. Methods of recruitment include, but are not limited to: Advertising, social media, networking events, resume search engines, posting KMC opportunities online and yet to be identified out of the box opportunities. She/he will be responsible for the entire recruiting process – including finding, filtering, qualifying, presenting candidates and onboarding. In addition, this position will collaborate with hiring managers to develop continued onboarding techniques allowing recently hired employees to be brought up to speed quickly and effectively allowing them to be contributing members to the team.

 

Punch Press Operator

Safely and efficiently operate punch press equipment to make parts at-rate and accurately to print. Performs basic material handling duties and operate crane to load and unload raw materials within the department. Trains and provides guidance to new Production helpers and Punch Press Operators.

 

Weld Equipment Setup Tech

Safely set-up, operate and tear-down all weld equipment, including robotic welders, to KMC standards. Trains and provides guidance to Weld Equipment Operators and Weld Equipment Setup Operators.

 

Brake Press Setup/Operator

Under the direction of the Production Supervisor, the Brake Press Setup/Operator sets-up and operates brake presses and punch presses to form and bend a variety of materials. Responsible for part quality and efficiency.

 

Brake Press Operator - 2nd Shift

Under the direction of the Laser Supervisor, the Brake Press Operator operates manual brake presses and punch presses to form and bend a variety of materials. Responsible for part quality and efficiency.

 

Punch Press Setup/Operator

Safely set-up and tear-down punch press equipment to KMC standards, as well as safely and efficiently operate punch press equipment to make parts at rate and accurately to print. Required to safely operate a forklift and crane to load/unload raw materials and dies within the department.

 

Weld Equipment Operator

Safely and efficiently operate resistance welding and assembly equipment to make parts at-rate and accurately to print. Performs packaging duties, as well as basic material handling duties to move materials and tooling within the department. Trains and provides guidance to new Weld Equipment Operators.

 

Design Engineer - Tool Quoting

Tool Quoting Engineer compiles accurate cost estimates for tool design, manufacturing or procurement in a timely manner using customer print and specifications as primary input and maintains all tool cost estimate related tools.

 

Tool & Die Maker

Plans, lays out, and performs all machine operations to sharpen, alter, and repair intricately designed and constructed tools, dies, fixtures, gauges, machine attachments, and mechanisms, requiring a high degree of skill and knowledge of tooling practice and application.

 

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