Tool Maker B

Columbia, South Carolina
04 Oct 2016
01 Nov 2016
Oil and Gas
Contract Type
Full Time
JobID :   22511BR

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We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Tool Maker B at our Columbia, SC facility.
In this position, a Tool Maker can expect to be responsible for the following:
  • Make, modify and/or repair tools, dies, jigs, fixtures and gauges of a fairly complicated design and construction involving interrelated dimensions and surfaces to very close tolerances.
  • Have knowledge of AutoCAD, Esprit, and Solid works used to produce programs for CNC Machines.
  • Work with A and C Toolmakers to Repair /Replace/Set up Tooling used at Westinghouse for manufacturing product.

EOE of Minorities/Females/Vets/Disability
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Job Requirements
The successful candidate for this position will possess the following:
  • High School Diploma
  • 2 + years of Machine Tooling experience
  • Satisfactorily perform Toolmaker C responsibilities for a minimum of one (1) year.


Employees enjoy a comprehensive benefits package including Competitive Pay, Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance, Short Term Disability & Long Term Disability, Life & Accident Insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts, 401(k) Savings Plan, and Paid Vacation. We also offer a number of work/life programs such as flextime and a variety of training and development opportunities.


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