Careers

Tulip Molded Plastics Corporation is focused on being the supplier of choice. We pride ourselves in having a diverse and engaged workforce that brings fresh perspectives to our team. We attribute our success to all our hard-working, dedicated and talented employees. As a member of Tulip you will enjoy a positive work environment, competitive benefit package and opportunity for professional growth.

Our multitalented team here at Tulip strives for perfection. Joining our team will allow you to expand your boundaries and advance your career. Together we can reshape your future and ours!

CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

Milwaukee

Maintenance Technician (Night Shift)

SCOPE: A Maintenance “A” Technician is responsible to maintain all plant equipment in a safe and efficient working order to minimize down time. Troubleshoots and repairs from prints to update and modify, existing and new molding machines, secondary finishing machines, material handling equipment and safety equipment covering mechanical, hydraulic and electrical systems (including PLC troubleshooting).

REPORTS TO: Maintenance Supervisor

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Troubleshoots electrical problems from prints
  • Troubleshoots from Mechanical & Hydraulic prints
  • Troubleshoots PLC and repair
  • Installs new wiring, updates old machines and building wiring
  • All of the above performed with an eye to maintaining and improving product quality and personnel safety
  • Follows all safety rules and wears required personal protective equipment
  • Helps production Process Technicians when a mold change is required which includes pulling, installing and hooking up of the mold to the injection molding press.
  • The above list of responsibilities describes normal work but the Supervisor may assign this person to duties not listed when production requirements dictate or when there is not enough work in the regular classification to fill out the workday.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • High school diploma or GED equivalent
  • Five (5) years experience in industrial equipment troubleshooting from prints
  • Demonstrated competence in 5 of 6 following areas:
  • Mechanical
  • Electrical
  • Hydraulic
  • Pneumatic
  • Welding
  • HAVC
  • Two (2) years experience in PLC troubleshooting
  • Must have completed a forklift driver-training program
  • Must have completed scissor lift training
  • Capable of lifting 90 pounds frequently
  • Good attendance record
  • Eyesight corrected to 20/20
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Milwaukee

Tool & Die Maker (Night Shift)

SCOPE: Plan, layout and perform machining operations and bench work to construct, alter, and repair tools from the Corporation. Must be able to read complicated mold drawings and to perform difficult machining operators.

Tool and die makers must have significant recent plastic injection molding experience. Experience with hot runner systems is a plus.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Must be able to set – up, produce tooling and run all Tool Room related machinery:
  • Milling machines
  • Grinders (surface and cylindrical)
  • Electrical discharge machine
  • Lathes
  • Duplicating equipment
  • Able to diagnose Mold problems
  • Follow all safety rules and wears all required personal protective equipment.
  • The above list of responsibilities describes normal work but the Supervisor may assign this person to duties not listed when production requirements dictate or when there is not enough work in the regular classification to fill out the work day.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must be a card holding Journeyman Tool and Die Maker
  • Must be able to produce tooling, electrodes, for all Tool Room equipment
  • Must have a strong background in math and trigonometry
  • Must have taken blueprint-reading classes
  • Must have experience with CNC/NC machines
  • Must have completed a forklift driver-training program
  • Based on job responsibilities, may be required to complete scissor lift training
  • Must be able to handle large work (75lbs. minimum)
  • Must be well motivated and work well with others and without a lot of supervision
  • Will have to be able to assist other machinists with their tasks in the Tool Room

Job Type: Full-time

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Milwaukee

POSITION

Toolroom Mechanic

REPORTS TO

Toolroom Manager

SCOPE

General maintenance and changeover of all plastic injection molds.

RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Embraces and follows the Beliefs and Values of Tulip Molded Plastics Corporation.
  • Embraces and follows the work and safety rules and wears all required personal protective equipment.
  • Moves injection molds around the facility as required by the toolroom and production departments.
  • Disassembly of injection molds, cleaning, changeover of components, and reassembly of the mold when completed.
  • Electrical checks of mold heaters and thermocouples.
  • Water pressure checks of mold.
  • Complete mold and equipment work orders using computerized CMMS system.
  • General disassembly, cleanup, and reassembly of secondary production equipment.
  • Maintains housekeeping and cleanliness of the toolroom department as instructed by management.
  • Reports unsafe conditions to the Supervisor for immediate action.
  • The above list of responsibilities describes normal work but the Supervisor may assign this person to duties not listed when production requirements dictate or when there is not enough work in the regular classification to fill out the workday.

  

QUALIFICATIONS

  • High school diploma or GED equivalent.
  • Must pass Tulip mechanical aptitude test.
  • Must be able to lift 75 pounds.
  • Must be able to accurately and efficiently do basic mathematics.
  • Must be able to read and understand engineering blueprints.
  • Must be able to safely and effectively operate basic shop equipment including drill press and basic hand power tools.
  • Good attendance and performance work history.
  • Motived self-starter that is able to productively work alone and in teams/groups to solve problems and get work done.
  • Must have proven mechanical ability.
  • Must have his/her own tools.
  • Must complete a forklift driving training program.
  • Must learn proper lifting skills of over 10,000 lbs. with a forklift or crane.
  • Must complete a Lock Out/Tag Out training program.
  • Must have the ability and willingness to work overtime on an as needed/required basis in order to complete work in process and communicate with other shifts.

 

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