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Mold Setup Technician – Full Time

The Mold Setup Tech is primarily responsible for setting up plastic-injection molds around the shop, troubleshooting and performing tool maintenance and repair work as needed.


  • The setup tech maintains control of the entire injection molding process. Verifies correct setup of molds, processes and auxiliary equipment before machine starts up.
  • Establishes proper conditions, perform process monitoring and various other functions to insure part conformity and quality.
  • Identifies and resolves issues: applies experience and knowledge in making adjustments; documents changes; addresses questionable parts; and monitors and focuses on scrap reduction.
  • Ensures product is consistent with product quality and adherence to the Quality System.
  • Responsible for performing mold and/or material changes as dictated by the schedule and helping to teach and train material handlers on an ongoing basis.
  • Review work orders to insure the correct issuing of raw materials, packaging, inserts, etc.
  • Basic understanding of hydraulics as they apply to the Injection molding machine.
  • Basic understanding of electricity and electronics as they apply to the molding floor. The ability to check fuses, change out heater bands, check voltages, for example.
  • Perform maintenance as required.


  • Must have prior experience working in plastic-injection molding (5yr minimum).
  • Must have prior experience hanging, setting and troubleshooting injection molds (3yr minimum).
  • Knowledge of automation and assembly is a plus.
  • Candidates need to be self-motivated and independent, ready to “roll up your sleeves.”
  • Ability to work in fast-paced, unstructured environment.
  • Willingness to work approx. 50hr/wk. (paid overtime)
  • Bilingual is a plus (Spanish / English)


  • Must be physically able to lift 100lb w/ reasonable assistance; 50lb with or without assistance.
  • Ability to move easily from one area to another, able to stoop, reach and bend.
  • Ability to hear equipment, visually check for defects in product and sense temperature changes in the finished product.


  • Rotation of four work days one week, three days the next.
  • Must be able to work one weekend day. The other will be scheduled “off.”
  • Day Shift: 600a – 630p (12hrs)
  • Night Shift: 600p – 630a (12hrs)


Our facility is located near I-25 & I-70, near Downtown Denver. This is a well-organized and clean industrial manufacturing plant. Safety equipment available on-site to be used as needed.


Negotiable, based on experience. Beginning at $27/hr.
Overtime expected.
Paid breaks and lunches
Paid Time Off
Health insurance options (after 90 day probationary period).