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        • Windsor, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Are you a Program Manager with a great Tool and Die background?Are you looking for an opportunity to join a dynamic, growing organization?If so, this could be the opportunity for you?The Program Manager assumes responsibility for reviewing, quoting, planning, organizing, monitoring, and managing all phases of tool and die build projects. •Conducts preliminary review; prepares and submits quotes. Receives notification of intent to award project. Conduct internal kick-off meeting per company standards •Meets with customers and team members to gain understanding and knowledge of projects and to determine tooling requirements, components, materials, technologies, health, safety and security measures.• Successfully monitors project status and adherence to schedules, requirements, and deadlines..• Maintains accurate and complete records during the development process. Ensures related oral and electronic communications regarding project requirements, design changes, problems, solutions, etc. are securely maintained and readily available for review. Responsible for following and updating the ATQP process.•Co-ordinates, records, and implements quality loops per standards as required. Ensures problems are resolved quickly and effectively. Coordinates final customer design review and conducts design validation.• Monitors contracts and manages project budgets. Participates in monthly cost curve review meetings. •Ensures tools are fully functional and meet established project requirements and deadlines. • Ensures final versions of tooling and supporting materials are delivered to customers in a timely manner, and that all dynamic buy-off procedures are followed and completed. • Conducts home line try-out meeting with plant personnel and closing meetings per company standards. • Works to ensure quality service and customer satisfaction with finished products and support services.•Maintains regular contact with plant personnel to obtain or convey information related to the project. •Keeps management informed of projects, area activities, and any significant problems or concerns. •Provides leadership through effective objective setting, delegation, and communication. Conducts meetings to ensure personnel are well informed of project details.•Formulates and implements corrective actions as needed. Keeps accurate, thorough, and legally compliant documentation. Participates and chairs continuous improvement meeting (5 why’s) as needed.AdvantagesAbility to work with a world class organizationQuality and Safety focused organizationCompetitive compensation package, development and trainingResponsibilitiesThe Program Manager assumes responsibility for reviewing, quoting, planning, organizing, monitoring, and managing all phases of tool and die build projects. •Conducts preliminary review; prepares and submits quotes. Receives notification of intent to award project. Conduct internal kick-off meeting per company standards •Meets with customers and team members to gain understanding and knowledge of projects and to determine tooling requirements, components, materials, technologies, health, safety and security measures.• Successfully monitors project status and adherence to schedules, requirements, and deadlines..• Maintains accurate and complete records during the development process. Ensures related oral and electronic communications regarding project requirements, design changes, problems, solutions, etc. are securely maintained and readily available for review. Responsible for following and updating the ATQP process.•Co-ordinates, records, and implements quality loops per standards as required. Ensures problems are resolved quickly and effectively. Coordinates final customer design review and conducts design validation.• Monitors contracts and manages project budgets. Participates in monthly cost curve review meetings. •Ensures tools are fully functional and meet established project requirements and deadlines. • Ensures final versions of tooling and supporting materials are delivered to customers in a timely manner, and that all dynamic buy-off procedures are followed and completed. • Conducts home line try-out meeting with plant personnel and closing meetings per company standards. • Works to ensure quality service and customer satisfaction with finished products and support services.•Maintains regular contact with plant personnel to obtain or convey information related to the project. •Keeps management informed of projects, area activities, and any significant problems or concerns. •Provides leadership through effective objective setting, delegation, and communication. Conducts meetings to ensure personnel are well informed of project details.•Formulates and implements corrective actions as needed. Keeps accurate, thorough, and legally compliant documentation. Participates and chairs continuous improvement meeting (5 why’s) as needed.QualificationsEDUCATION/QUALIFICATIONS:•Grade 12, or equivalent in experience; excellent leadership and project management skills•Thorough understanding of tooling applications, processes, and equipment. •Knowledge of effective management techniques and methods. ISO, WHMIS, and APQP paperwork training.•Works well in a team environment; ability to motivate and collaborate with others•10 or more years of tool and die /project management experience. •Strong computer design skills, knowledge and abilities; ability to create, edit and understand Excel spreadsheets•Must be adaptable to a changing work environment, ability to prioritize tasks accordinglySummaryApply online or email resume to Brian Roach at brian.roach@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of open positons
        Are you a Program Manager with a great Tool and Die background?Are you looking for an opportunity to join a dynamic, growing organization?If so, this could be the opportunity for you?The Program Manager assumes responsibility for reviewing, quoting, planning, organizing, monitoring, and managing all phases of tool and die build projects. •Conducts preliminary review; prepares and submits quotes. Receives notification of intent to award project. Conduct internal kick-off meeting per company standards •Meets with customers and team members to gain understanding and knowledge of projects and to determine tooling requirements, components, materials, technologies, health, safety and security measures.• Successfully monitors project status and adherence to schedules, requirements, and deadlines..• Maintains accurate and complete records during the development process. Ensures related oral and electronic communications regarding project requirements, design changes, problems, solutions, etc. are securely maintained and readily available for review. Responsible for following and updating the ATQP process.•Co-ordinates, records, and implements quality loops per standards as required. Ensures problems are resolved quickly and effectively. Coordinates final customer design review and conducts design validation.• Monitors contracts and manages project budgets. Participates in monthly cost curve review meetings. •Ensures tools are fully functional and meet established project requirements and deadlines. • Ensures final versions of tooling and supporting materials are delivered to customers in a timely manner, and that all dynamic buy-off procedures are followed and completed. • Conducts home line try-out meeting with plant personnel and closing meetings per company standards. • Works to ensure quality service and customer satisfaction with finished products and support services.•Maintains regular contact with plant personnel to obtain or convey information related to the project. •Keeps management informed of projects, area activities, and any significant problems or concerns. •Provides leadership through effective objective setting, delegation, and communication. Conducts meetings to ensure personnel are well informed of project details.•Formulates and implements corrective actions as needed. Keeps accurate, thorough, and legally compliant documentation. Participates and chairs continuous improvement meeting (5 why’s) as needed.AdvantagesAbility to work with a world class organizationQuality and Safety focused organizationCompetitive compensation package, development and trainingResponsibilitiesThe Program Manager assumes responsibility for reviewing, quoting, planning, organizing, monitoring, and managing all phases of tool and die build projects. •Conducts preliminary review; prepares and submits quotes. Receives notification of intent to award project. Conduct internal kick-off meeting per company standards •Meets with customers and team members to gain understanding and knowledge of projects and to determine tooling requirements, components, materials, technologies, health, safety and security measures.• Successfully monitors project status and adherence to schedules, requirements, and deadlines..• Maintains accurate and complete records during the development process. Ensures related oral and electronic communications regarding project requirements, design changes, problems, solutions, etc. are securely maintained and readily available for review. Responsible for following and updating the ATQP process.•Co-ordinates, records, and implements quality loops per standards as required. Ensures problems are resolved quickly and effectively. Coordinates final customer design review and conducts design validation.• Monitors contracts and manages project budgets. Participates in monthly cost curve review meetings. •Ensures tools are fully functional and meet established project requirements and deadlines. • Ensures final versions of tooling and supporting materials are delivered to customers in a timely manner, and that all dynamic buy-off procedures are followed and completed. • Conducts home line try-out meeting with plant personnel and closing meetings per company standards. • Works to ensure quality service and customer satisfaction with finished products and support services.•Maintains regular contact with plant personnel to obtain or convey information related to the project. •Keeps management informed of projects, area activities, and any significant problems or concerns. •Provides leadership through effective objective setting, delegation, and communication. Conducts meetings to ensure personnel are well informed of project details.•Formulates and implements corrective actions as needed. Keeps accurate, thorough, and legally compliant documentation. Participates and chairs continuous improvement meeting (5 why’s) as needed.QualificationsEDUCATION/QUALIFICATIONS:•Grade 12, or equivalent in experience; excellent leadership and project management skills•Thorough understanding of tooling applications, processes, and equipment. •Knowledge of effective management techniques and methods. ISO, WHMIS, and APQP paperwork training.•Works well in a team environment; ability to motivate and collaborate with others•10 or more years of tool and die /project management experience. •Strong computer design skills, knowledge and abilities; ability to create, edit and understand Excel spreadsheets•Must be adaptable to a changing work environment, ability to prioritize tasks accordinglySummaryApply online or email resume to Brian Roach at brian.roach@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of open positons
        • Windsor, Ontario
        • Permanent
        Are you a Designer with a great Tool and Die background?Are you looking for an opportunity to join a dynamic, growing organization?If so, this could be the opportunity for you?A world class, muliti-facility organization, focused on large panel tooling and also has extensive experience & knowledge in Hot Stamp Die process, Dies for Parts needing Ultra High Strength steels, Rapid Prototype, Die Maintenance and Repair, Machining, Design, Press Tryout and Low Volume/Temporary production is looking to add an experience Tool and Die Designer to it's safe and rewarding work environment. The role will support the delivery of quality tools and service on time to our customers.AdvantagesCompetitive, market-based wagesComprehensive health benefits planCompany Registered Pension PlanOpportunities for growth and development on the jobWorkplace with a strong emphasis on safetyOpportunity to work for a growing company that desires to be a cut above ResponsibilitiesKey Responsibilities:•Die Design using Solidworks•Develop Bill of Materials•Interact with leaders/managers on the shop floor•Troubleshoot design/material issues•Surfacing using Rhino•Develops forming simulations using Dynaform and Autoform or similar program•Other duties as assignedQualificationsQualifications and Experience:•5 or more years of experience in Tool and Die Design •Knowledge of Solidworks or other design software•Excellent organizational and problem- solving skills•Excellent communication skills - both written and oral•Ability to work efficiently as part of a team, as well as independently•Excellent time management skills •Strong analytical, critical thinking and decision- making abilities SummaryApply online or email resume to Brian Roach at brian.roach@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of open positons
        Are you a Designer with a great Tool and Die background?Are you looking for an opportunity to join a dynamic, growing organization?If so, this could be the opportunity for you?A world class, muliti-facility organization, focused on large panel tooling and also has extensive experience & knowledge in Hot Stamp Die process, Dies for Parts needing Ultra High Strength steels, Rapid Prototype, Die Maintenance and Repair, Machining, Design, Press Tryout and Low Volume/Temporary production is looking to add an experience Tool and Die Designer to it's safe and rewarding work environment. The role will support the delivery of quality tools and service on time to our customers.AdvantagesCompetitive, market-based wagesComprehensive health benefits planCompany Registered Pension PlanOpportunities for growth and development on the jobWorkplace with a strong emphasis on safetyOpportunity to work for a growing company that desires to be a cut above ResponsibilitiesKey Responsibilities:•Die Design using Solidworks•Develop Bill of Materials•Interact with leaders/managers on the shop floor•Troubleshoot design/material issues•Surfacing using Rhino•Develops forming simulations using Dynaform and Autoform or similar program•Other duties as assignedQualificationsQualifications and Experience:•5 or more years of experience in Tool and Die Design •Knowledge of Solidworks or other design software•Excellent organizational and problem- solving skills•Excellent communication skills - both written and oral•Ability to work efficiently as part of a team, as well as independently•Excellent time management skills •Strong analytical, critical thinking and decision- making abilities SummaryApply online or email resume to Brian Roach at brian.roach@randstad.caOnly qualified candidates will be contactedPlease visit www.randstad.ca for a complete list of open positons

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