The production material handler position involves operating a sit-down forklift to deliver work in process and raw materials to multiple production lines to ensure manufacturing equipment does not shut down for lack of supply. Upon completion of training, this position is for the Midnight shift.
Material Handler Responsibilities:
- Load and unload material from the coil cradles as needed. Check counters to ensure the material does not run out during the job run or and preparation for the next job can be started.
- Load and unload dies from the presses in a safe and orderly fashion as well as clean the dies of any scrap that may be accumulated.
- Return dies in the proper location and safely blocked for storage.
- Move parts to their designated areas. Dispose of scrap in the appropriate scrap bins, replacing parts containers with new ones when the others are removed.
- Stage job in the staging area for each press and verify that the material that is needed is in inventory prior to staging.
- High school diploma or equivalent.
- Overhead crane training and certification.
- Forklift training and certification.
- Computer/Data Entry Skills.
Hatch is recognized as a world class leader in the design and manufacturing of metal stampings and assemblies. Hatch specializes in design, prototype construction, progressive die construction, stampings and assemblies. Hatch is the automotive stamping and assembly benchmark for innovation, technology, quality, delivery and service. Capabilities include a wide range of progressive and transfer die technology with presses ranging from 100 to 1,200 ton. Hatch also provides a wide range of assembly capabilities which include laser welding, resistance welding, robotic mig welding, robotic and automated component assembly, tapping, staking and orbital peening.