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We believe our success lies in our employees and their skills. As a member of the Plastic Parts team, you will contribute to our development, change and future.

While our team at Plastic Parts remains strong, with little turnover, we are continuously growing and seeking skilled professionals whose contributions will play an important role in continuing our excellence to provide innovative products for our long-term and new customers.

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If we do not have a position that is open and meets your skills, we will keep your resume on file and contact you if an opportunity arises.

Current Opportunities:

Tool and Die Maker

This position is responsible for oversight of the fabrication, repair & optimization of injection molding molds and dies. Responsibility will include in-house operations using lathes, grinders, CNCs, and other machining related equipement. Decisions regarding external fabrication of molds will also be made this.

Sales Agency Partnerships

Plastic Parts is seeking experienced agency partners in territories throughout the United States and Canada to fuel our growth and expansion. We offer world-class molding with excellent customer service to solve challenging problems in a cost effective manner. Founded by a sales agent, Plastic Parts seeks to build solid long-term relationships with our partners based on fairness and integrity. 

Injection Molding Machine Operator

The Machine Operator position interacts and operates all aspects of the injection molding equipment at PPI. The position requires oversight of the operation, manual placement of components, manual removal of injection molded parts, monitoring quality, trimming of plastic and maintaining a safe and clean environment.

Injection Molding Set-up Trainee

This entry-level position is designed to develop the skills required to perform equipment setups & changeovers of electric and hydraulic plastic injection molding machines. Candidates for the position must have the mechanical aptitude to learn the fundamentals of injection molding techniques, as well as have the physical abilities to perform this manually-intensive role. The training period for this position is expected to be 9-12 months, at which point, successful candidates would then be promoted into the fully qualified Set-up Technician I level (see above).