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Model Maker

LOCATION: 

Streetsboro, OH, US, 44241

REQ ID:  40483

Sealed Air designs and delivers packaging solutions that protect essential goods transported worldwide, preserve food, enable e-commerce and digital connectivity, and help create a global supply chain that is touchless, safer, less wasteful, and more resilient. 

Our people are entrepreneurial innovators and problem solvers committed to bringing unique insights and solutions to the needs of our customers, stakeholders, and society. At SEE, we are creating a community of inventors, problem solvers, and future makers that are passionate about fulfilling our purpose.

Sealed Air generated $5.5 billion in sales in 2021 and has approximately 16,500 employees who serve customers in 114 countries. To learn more, visit www.sealedair.com.

Job Description

Participate in the activities of a group involved in various machining, forming, fabrication, assembly and operational testing of prototype parts, components, machines or related packaging systems and other product line development duties assigned. Work in a positive, team-oriented manner to create a safe and positive work environment.

 

Long Description

• Communicate and collaborate with stakeholders to ensure projects meet quality and identity standards; cost estimate; on-time delivery goal; and customer expectations.  

• Maintain flow of work. Improvise tooling, methods, work set-up or arrangement as required for machining, forming, altering existing design or for new development concept, including assembly of parts, components and testing/adjustment or modification needed to meet design requirements.

• Identify required tools and materials for projects and communicate to project team. 

• Observe all safety standards and wear PPE.

• Troubleshoot and diagnose problems. Confer, discuss difficulties with engineering and other department personnel. Remedy problems within scope of assigned responsibilities. Take action or advise others of major or critical problems in existing or new design concepts to resolve or avoid difficulties in machining, forming, fabrication, assembly or other production related consideration based upon prototype modification or part, component, machine change to meet or improve operational performance

• Work from work orders, complicated prints, specifications, sketches, written and verbal instructions and own knowledge of situation. Use a variety of common hand tools such as wrenches, pliers, screwdrivers and precision measuring instruments, vernier calipers, micrometers and dial indicators. Operate small lathe, milling machine, drill press, cutoff, band saws and gas or electric welding equipment as required. Proficient in CNC programming.

• Obtain work or instructions and discuss considerations as required with leadership, engineering and own or other department personnel. Determine standard or special requirements, adaptation of existing design, modifications and/or new prototype operational concepts. Plan work sequence and determine method, procedure or tolerance as required to perform occasional difficult or unusual operations. Improvise tooling, methods, work set-up or arrangement as required for machining, forming, altering existing design or for new development concept, including assembly of parts, components and testing/adjustment or modification needed to meet design requirements. 

• Make exacting set-ups when required. Select a normal range or speeds, feeds, tooling and perform machining, welding or fabrication necessary. Hold close tolerances. Turn, mill, tap and/or bend and form a variety of various types of sheet steel, aluminum, stainless or bar, rod and plate stock. Perform a range of milling, drilling or hand finish work on heavy castings. 

• Perform bench or floor assembly and make various accurate fitting and adjustments of parts, components and complete units as required, assigned or directed. Install interrelated pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical/electronic parts, controls, or accessory equipment to make proper and/or operational arrangement. Conduct or assist in testing required. Troubleshoot and diagnose problem. Confer, discuss difficulties with engineering and other department personnel. Remedy problems within scope of assigned responsibilities. Suggest alternate course of action, prototype modification or part, component, machine change to avoid production-related problems or to meet or improve operational performance. Perform re-work, repairs modifications required or as directed to remedy or avoid problems. 

• Maintain data, information and records. Maintain work, storage areas and equipment used in a clean and orderly condition. 

• Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • Minimum 3 years of experience in advanced machining with demonstrated ability to do prototypes.  Model making experience preferred.
  • Proficient in all machine shop equipment set-up and operation including CNC programming.
  • Proficient with advanced shop mathematics, machine shop practices, procedures, and various machine tools and measuring instruments such as calipers and micrometers.
  • Proficient with related welding, fabrication, assembly, testing methods and practices.
  • Must have the ability to work from work orders, complicated prints, specifications, and written and verbal instructions.
  • Effective at collaborating to solve problems.
  • Requires ingenuity, initiative and judgment.
  • Dependable. Team player.  Effective written and verbal communication skills.  Takes positive approach
  • Lead with positive, teamwork approach.
  • Computer literacy: able to learn business system.  Basic proficiency in Microsoft Office products.
  • Excellent attendance and reliability.  Able to work overtime and attend meetings, training etc. outside normal shift. Able to travel when required.

Requisition id: 40483 

Relocation: No  

The Company is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all applicants for employment and to all employees, without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, protected disability, veteran status, or any other protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state or local laws.

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WHY WORK AT SEALED AIR?

It is our responsibility to leverage what we have to affect positive and meaningful change for our communities and planet using Sealed Air’s global resources and expertise.

Corporate sustainability. It’s about improving the lives of people around the world by addressing pressing needs in the communities where we and our customers operate.

Customer Success. Meeting our customers' needs. At Sealed Air it’s more than a goal, it’s an integral part of our business practices, our innovative solutions, and our values.

Leaving our communities better than we found them through dedication of time, talent and resources.


Nearest Major Market: Akron
Nearest Secondary Market: Cleveland

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