Career Opportunities at Triangle Manufacturing Company

As a family-owned and operated business, Triangle views every employee as an extension of that family.

 Our employees are part of an ever-evolving company that values integrity, honesty and hard work. Triangle Employees have helped us become what we are today. When you join our team our success becomes your success.

 

Why Triangle?

Expanding Opportunities

Triangle loves to hire within. Whether you begin as an intern or temporary worker, you have the opportunity for advancement and growth within the company.

 

Small Company Values, Large Corporation Benefits

Enjoy benefits, bonuses, travel opportunities and work life balance as a Triangle employee. You’ll be exposed to B2B relationships and the manufacturing sector while also fulfilling your personal career goals.

 

Internships

Interested in an internship? We routinely employ students with engineering, CAD or drafting interests and skills. Please email careers@triangleoshkosh.com if you would be interested in working a summer with Triangle!

 

How to Apply

All of our career listings are available on indeed.com. You can also see available positions posted below and can email your resume to careers@triangleoshkosh.com

 

 

Current Job Listing

Toolmaker

Join the Triangle Toolmaker Team! Founded in 1922, Triangle Manufacturing is one of the largest lazy susan turntable, mounted bearing and motor mount manufacturers in the world. Our combination of dedicated employees, extensive manufacturing equipment and committed family ownership has allowed our company to become known around the world for its quality products, customer service and custom innovations. Triangle offers a collaborative team environment and culture that supports a work-life balance.

Triangle Manufacturing offers a competitive wage, health insurance, generous Flexible Spending Account, 401K, profit-sharing, paid holidays and vacation, tool allowance, prescription safety glasses benefit, tuition reimbursement, life, STD, LTD insurances and air-conditioned shop. Typical work hours are Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., 45 hours per week.

The Toolmaker designs, builds, assembles and troubleshoots simple production stamping dies, gauging, fixtures and other necessary auxiliary equipment.

Toolmaker Responsibilities:

  • Develop simple designs of production tooling, gauges, fixtures and equipment.

  • Evaluate/specify new machining processes, tooling, and/or materials.

  • Maintain (sharpen, repair, and/or clean) stamping tools, components and supporting stamping equipment.

  • Operate a stamping press (all modes or operation).

  • Manufacture parts to specifications using CNC and manually operated machines.

  • Use 3D CAD software (SolidWorks) to view, design, and build tooling components.

  • Use CAM software (FeatureCAM) to program CNC machine tools.

  • Actively support coworker activities as necessary.

  • Comply with Triangle’s policies, guidelines and regulatory requirements.

  • Provide hands on job function training to co-workers as needed.

  • Responsible for area cleanup.

  • Any other assigned duties.

Experience/Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent required.

  • Three to five years of hands-on toolroom experience in metal stamping required.

  • Solid knowledge of production, equipment operation and maintenance required.

  • FeatureCAM and SolidWorks required.

  • Moderate to advanced math skills required.

  • Moderate to advanced reading skills required.

  • Ability to read and understand narrative, graphic, drawing, blueprints and technical materials required.

  • Ability to operate machinery efficiently and safely required.

  • Ability to operate a fork lift required.

  • Applicable technical school degree preferred.

Skills/Knowledge/Abilities:

  • Initiative – Ability to recognize what needs to be done and accomplish it proactively with minimal supervision.

  • Delivery of Results – Ability to assess situations and make adjustments to complete a project and meet deadlines.

  • Quality and Work Standards – Willingness to do what it takes (“nothing is beneath me”) to get the job done right. Have an attention to detail that ensures superior performance.

  • Creativity – Identification and initiation of new ideas and solutions to continuously improve.

  • Service and Sensitivity – Responsiveness to the needs of internal and/or external customers.

  • Team Player – Ability to work independently as well as with a team. Ability to establish effective working relationships with supervisors and peers.

Job Type: Full-time

Experience:

  • Toolroom: 3 years (Required)

Work Location:

  • One location

Benefits:

  • Health insurance

  • Retirement plan

  • Paid time off

  • Tuition reimbursement

Pay Frequency:

  • Weekly

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