Berry Global Tooling Technician in QUAD CITIES, Iowa

Tooling Technician

  • Job ID: 5454

  • Functional Area: MANUFACTURING

  • Position Type: Not Indicated

  • Relocation Provided: No

  • Shift: 1st

  • Location: QUAD CITIES, IA

  • Education Required: High School or GED

  • Experience Required: Not Indicated


  • The Tooling Technician is required to perform basic mold assembly and maintenance to ensure that tooling is production ready at the time of the scheduled set up.

  • Maintains efficiency, housekeeping, safety and GMP’s.

  • Performs in mold disassembly and assembly.

  • Identify potential issues with tooling through visual inspection.

  • Disassemble, clean, inspect and assemble all tooling including all mold components.

  • Prepare tooling for set up and include all necessary components.

  • Identify tooling from prepared set-up sheets necessary for set up.

  • Perform mold PM’s at scheduled intervals.

  • Follow daily instructions from the department’s supervisor and lead person.

  • Responsible for maintaining and adhering to established Good Manufacturing Procedures (GMP) and Safety Quality Foods (SQF) compliance requirements.

  • Responsible for adhering to Food Safety Compliance.

  • Respond to any emergency or potential emergency.

  • Security diligence, including maintaining control of door accesses, preventing unauthorized entry to the facility by non-Berry employees and proper maintenance/security of Berry equipment and information.

  • Constant vigilance and participation in GMP and SQF practices.

  • Assist in the prevention of nonconforming product from being shipped to customers.

  • Identify and record problems relating to product, process and quality systems.

  • Initiate action to prevent occurrences of any non-conformity of product or quality systems.

  • Initiate, recommend or provide solutions through designated channels.

  • Suggest actions for continual improvement to products, processes or systems and very the implementation of solutions. Qualifications:

Understanding Lock Out/Tag Out Requirements

Understanding Safe Rigging Practices

Basic math skills are required to measure tooling components.

Mechanical aptitude essential.

Must be able to follow written and verbal instructions.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.