Die Setter - Press Operator
Portland, Tennessee - Full Time

Do you have experience in a production facility environment?  Do you know how to operate machinery to produce quality results?  Are you reliable, and eager to learn more to advance your skills? Are you looking for an industry-leading manufacturing company that is thriving?

If you answered, "Yes!", then Hatch Stamping Company has just the opportunity for you. We need you to help us keep up with our growing Manufacturing Services demand to deliver state-of-the-art, custom-engineered manufacturing stamping and assemblies.  

As a Die Setter for Hatch Stamping based in Portland, TN, you will be responsible for a variety of duties including but not limited to: operating metal stamping presses, following die setting procedures according to each press, verifying setup sheets are updated and changed if needed, loading and unloading workpieces, adjusting machine settings, verifying die maintenance has been completed according to die tag, documenting piece counts, and using various gauges, calipers and micrometers to inspect and measure pieces to meet customer specifications.  

The ideal candidate for this position will have experience in a production facility environment and know how to operate and set stamping dies.  They will be reliable and attentive to quality standards.  

Experience driving a forklift and the ability to read blueprints would be preferred, but not necessary.



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.