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Digital Tool and Die, Inc. Apprentice- Die Maker in Grandville, Michigan

ollidiv id="page_frame"div id="page_content" class="page_content"div class="page-wrapper"div id="mc" class="mc"div id="plugin_container_MainContent"div class="plugin-hadesinternal" data-plugin-namespace="hadesinternal" data-plugin-name="JobDetailsPage"div class="jobs-JobDetails-main clearfix odx"div class="jobs-JobDetails-left"div class="jobs-JobDetails-leftSections jobs-u-white-background"h4Job Description/h4div class="jobs-JobDescription"Digital Tool Die, Inc., a global tooling supplier, is seeking to hire an Apprentice.The Apprenticeship Program is a four year program and is comprised of two main components; On-The-Job Training (OJT) of at least 8,000 hours, and course studies of at least 576 credit hours.Why become an Apprentice?ulliApprentices are paid throughout the entire program, with an hourly increase every six months./liliAll tuition/books are reimbursable to you provided a grade of B- or better is received/liliApprentices receive valuable Classroom and On-The-Job Training and become an internal source for filling key jobs/liliUpon completion of the program, graduating apprentices will receive a Journeyman Certificate from the United States Department of Labor/li/ulKey responsibilities include:ulliComplete at least 576 credit hours of course work will include, but is not limited to:/li/ul1. Technical Math1. Advanced Technical Math2. Theory of Machine Operations3. Industrial Graphics with CAD4. Blueprint Reading5. Welding6. Die DesignulliComplete at least 8,000 hours of OJT which is rotational and will include, but is not limited to:/li/ul1. Cut, shape, and trim blanks or blocks to specified lengths or shapes, using power saws, power shears, rules and hand tools2. File, grind, shim and adjust different parts to properly fit them together3. Conduct test runs with completed tools or dies to ensure that parts meet specifications; make adjustments as necessary4. Fit and assemble parts to make, repair, or modify dies, jigs, gauges and tools, using machine tools and hand tools5. Lift, position, and secure machined parts on surface plates or worktables, using hoists, vises, v-blocks, or angle plates6. Set up and operate conventional or computer numerically controlled machine tools such as lathes, milling machines, and grinders to cut, bore, or grind, or otherwise shape parts to prescribed dimensions and finishes7. Set up and operate drill presses to drill and tap holes in parts for assembly8. Study blueprints, sketches, models, or specifications to plan sequences of operations for fabricating tools, dies or assemblies9. Verify dimensions, alignments, and clearances of finished parts for conformance to specifications, using measuring instruments such as calipers, gauge blocks, micrometers, and dial indicatorsJob Type: Full-timePay: $15.00 - $25.00 per hour/div/div/divdiv class="jobs-JobDetails-right"div id="jobDetailsSidebar"div id="jobStatusSection"/div/div/div/div/div/div/div/div/div/div/li/ol