Molder-Night MolderJOB SUMMARYThe basic function of a Molder or Night Molder is to work in the molding room, using specialized molding equipment, to produce molded rubber vacuum pads for Woods Powr-Grip (WPG) products.MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONSHigh School Graduate/GED; must meet minimum age requirements; drivers license; ability to communicate verbally and in writing effectively to the extent required by the position; ability to effectively and cooperatively work with other people both in and outside the company; must be able to meet the working conditions and physical demands identified below; ability to read, write, and speak English; ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide to the extent required by the position; must have the ability to become familiar and comfortable with molding press, respond to product specification requirements, and constantly monitor and evaluate tasks performed for safety, efficiency, and quality.WORKING CONDITIONS & PHYSICAL DEMANDSIn general, the working conditions are as follows: clean environment; exposure to noise, heat, dust, and occasional hazardous chemicals. The position requires the following: normal spatial orientation; ability to use of all body senses; ability to walk, sit, stand, bend, reach, and carry throughout ten to twelve hour shifts; ability to consistently lift 80 lbs. from a floor or table position to chest high using a proper lifting technique; ability to repetitively use arms, hands, and fingers in the manipulation of parts; ability to demonstrate good hand/eye coordination and demonstrate good manual dexterity; and ability to stand for the length of the shifts described above.