Looking for a Tool and Die position in Berrien County? Wood Staffing is hiring and we are looking for strong candidates like you. Job seekers can apply online, view our job board or contact Wood Staffing for more details about all of our job openings that are waiting just for you!


Current Openings

Tool & Die Technician.  1st shift 6am-2:30pm  Must have previous tool & die repair experience, with the ability to read and interpret blueprints and perform die troubleshooting and repair.  Good Machinist skills or machine maintenance skills a plus.  Must provide own steel toe boots/shoes.  Wages based on experience, willing to negotiate. Temp to hire position. Good benefits.


Machinist. 1st shift 6am-2pm-Operate Machine Shop equipment to make replacement or new parts. Repair production equipment and do difficult machinist’s assembly work. Must be able to operate lathe, shaper, milling machine, drill press, etc. Be able to make and or repair parts and components for dies, jigs, fixtures and production machine parts. Be able to use measuring tools, operate lift truck and scissor lift as necessary. This position requires training in machine shop practice usually acquired through a formal apprenticeship or equivalent training and experience. Wage DOE $14.00-$15.00. Company in Berrien County and offers good benefits and advancement.


Quality Inspector/ Auditor. 2nd shift-Must be able to perform profilometer readings on coils and record data on daily QA log sheets. Able to take incoming and outgoing measurement audits on steel, steel tubing and packing to insure material meets speciffications. Must be able to use measuring devices such as micrometers, vernier calipers, dial indicators, gages and tape measure.  Wage DOE starting at $12.00/hr. and up. Periodic overtime required. Health insurance, paid time off (sick, vacation, personal), 401K plan are available after probationary period.


Candidates who are interested in these positions are encouraged to contact Rena Graham at 269-925-6767 or


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