Careers

At Ford Tool & Machining, every link in our chain is equally important; from customer service, purchasing, cost estimating and accounting,  to machinists, tool and die makers, manufacturing engineering, quality, inspection and shipping. It’s our enthusiastic and hardworking team that builds our chain of success and keeps us growing for more than 50 years.

Ford Tool & Machining employs a full spectrum of knowledge from the energetic individual that is just getting started in their manufacturing career to those team members that have 20+ years of experience with us. Enthusiastic and hardworking, it’s what our team is all about! 

Benefits

We provide all full-time Ford Tool employees with an excellent benefit package including medical, dental, 401K, paid vacation, holidays and more! 

Current Job Opportunities

CNC Lathe and Mill Machining Center Operators
This position requires 3-5 years of experience manufacturing parts per drawings and/or blueprints. Must be able to set up, program and operate CNC Machining Centers, and strong mathematical and blueprint reading skills are required. Mazatrol experience is a plus!

ID/OD Grinder
This position requires 3-5 years of experience in ID/OD grinding with equivalent experience in Manual Machining and Machine Set Up. Must have Machine Shop Skills including the ability to read blueprints and perform close-tolerance work and be able to work with minimal supervision and be self-motivated. Ability to work overtime when needed and on short notice. Grinding certification is a plus!

Carbide Header Die Maker
This position requires a minimum of 5 years of experience as a Carbide Header Die Maker. Must have a thorough knowledge of tool and die making practices, and advanced shop mathematics. Ability to operate standard shop machine tools, and read drawings, blueprints and work instructions.

Process Engineer
This position requires a minimum of 5 years of experience. Must possess strong MASTERCAM programming ability, set up reduction, light tooling and fixturing design. Preferably have worked in a job shop environment and have an associates degree or higher in manufacturing engineering.

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