Automotive Jobs in Florence, Arizona

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4 Florence, AZ Automotive jobs found on Monster.

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Managing overall tool feasibility of all the new parts coming out of design; Providing technical support and guidance to achieve successful tool launches; Attending Design Review meetings to review product design for tool construction; Supplying Program Management with tooling requirements for customer approval; Traveling to tooling vendors for onsite questions and follow-up, when needed; Par...
Designing and developing production tooling; Reviewing mold spec sheets with the Lead Plant Tool Engineer and the tool vendor; Traveling to tooling vendors for onsite follow up and tool tryouts; Oversees pre-production Engineering changes; Maintaining and entering information on the Master Mold list; Creating weekly tool progress reports and maintaining steel certifications, CMM checks, proce...
Performing environmental testing of products by following company, customer, industry and regulatory standards and specifications; Monitoring the progress of testing and measuring outcomes; Reviewing and evaluating the results of testing, ensuring completeness and accuracy; Documenting and reporting the results and analysis; Assisting in or performing troubleshooting of defective equipment. E...
Performing environmental testing of products by following company, customer, industry and regulatory standards and specifications; Monitoring the progress of testing and measuring outcomes; Reviewing and evaluating the results of testing, ensuring completeness and accuracy; Documenting and reporting the results and analysis; Assisting in or performing troubleshooting of defective equipment. E...

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Automotive Career Tools

Automobile Technician/Mechanic

Salaries

$27,040.00 - $67,080.00
Typical Salary for Automobile Technician/Mechanic in Florence
(6 Respondents)
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool

Education / Training

Associates
40%
Certification
20%
Some College Coursework Completed
20%
Master's
20%
(5 Respondents)
Source: Monster.com Careerbenchmarking Tool

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