Mechanical assemblers are responsible for the assembly, testing, and packaging of complex mechanical assemblies that may utilize multiple fabricated piece parts, nuts, bolts, screws, and other fabricated hardware to produce functional units. Assemblers must verify the form, fit, and function of these components as individual pieces as well as in sub-assembled and completed assembly forms. Attention to detail, record keeping of components, as well as tracking of test results is required. Must be able to read and interpret assembly layout and prints of hardware components.
The Shipping Clerk will assist in accurately packaging and shipping finished goods. Shipping work consists of visual inspection of parts and adequate packaging to ensure scratch protection and prevent shipping damage. Clerk is responsible for recording all pertinent information for each package shipped such as tracking information, weight, dimensions, and special notations regarding fragility, hazardous materials, or unpacking instructions. May sometimes assist in receiving duties including signing acknowledgements, inspection for damages, and verification of actual receipts. May also assist in assembly duties.
The Delivery Driver will be responsible for delivery and/or pick up of shipments. The Delivery Driver will assist in accurately packaging and shipping finished goods. Shipping work consists of visual inspection of parts and adequate packaging to ensure scratch protection and prevent shipping damage. Will be responsible for recording all pertinent information for each package shipped such as tracking information, weight, dimensions, and special notations regarding fragility, hazardous materials, or unpacking instructions.
CNC Operator is responsible for setting up and operating a range of mills. The machinist is responsible for completing work that meets high quality standards. Responsible for checking tooling, machine setups, program coordinates, and other information to insure a quality part is produced.
Tig Welder is responsible for welding a variety of sheet metal and plate parts with close tolerances in a precision sheet metal manufacturing environment. Must be able to set up various TIG welding machines and be able to perform a wide range of welding techniques on aluminum, steel, and stainless steel, with a high degree of efficiency, craftsmanship and attention to detail.
Administrative Assistants are responsible for performing an array of functions to support daily operations and are key contributors to the office environment. Admin assistants are typically the first point of contact for external parties and must exhibit a high degree of professionalism throughout all interactions. Duties include greeting visitors, answering phone calls, informing, and coordinating staff, and assisting with data entry. Administrative assistants will work with a variety of personnel to accomplish tasks.
The spot welder is responsible for operating the spot weld machine while ensuring specific requirements of the job are being met. In this role, you will read blueprints and technical drawings to set up and make adjustments for each job. The spot welder is responsible for operating all equipment as assigned including single cycle and/or automatic type presses and spot welders.
Reporting to the President, the Quality Manager will manage all quality aspects including inspections and
reporting that impact the products being made on the production line. They will also be the lead person to direct
all internal audits, supplier audits, and external certifications to AS9100D / ISO 9001 and ITAR. The Quality Mgr.
is also the key person who retains all records on inspections and other documentation required by customers
and AS requirements.