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Tool and Die Grade 3

Bluffton, IN

Summary:

Employee is responsible for all repair activities as assigned by Tooling Manager or Tool Room Shift Leader. Tool and Die Makers for Night shift (3:30pm-2:00am Monday-Thursday and Friday’s are open for OT). Again, they will train on days and then go to nights with a shift bonus. Pay for Grade 3 is $26.38

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Inventory of punches and other expendables.
  • Layout dies, fixtures and parts.
  • Designing and building of fixtures and small dies.
  • Must be able to read part prints.
  • Teaching and/or instructing toolmakers with lower classifications the following: techniques, methods of operating equipment.
  • Train and manage apprentices.
  • Tryout dies and assist in securing PPAP approval.
  • Tig weld trim steels and heat treat tool steels if necessary.
  • Estimate and quote hours and costs.
  • Run all tool-room equipment including mill, lathe, grinder, surface grinder, saw drill press and Mig/Tig welders as necessary.
  • Trouble shoot sheet metal dies in the presses as well as in the tool room.
  • Use layout tools and equipment, ie: height gages, Jo-Blocks, indicators, micrometers and calipers.
  • Clean up assigned work areas including your work bench.
  • Complete all documents such as job cards, p.m. log book, requisitions, etc.
  • Operate cranes for trucks and lift trucks to move dies.
  • Inform Inspection at end of each shift or at the end of the job about any excess parts (scrap/questionable) or raw material at the press or machine so it can be disposed of in the proper manner.
  • Observes and complies with all company, federal and state safety and environmental policies and practices.
  • Develops strong working knowledge of all relevant quality policies, procedures, and work instructions associated with the successful performance on this job.
  • Maintains a clean, orderly and safe personal work area and shared facility space.
  • Stop production at any work center, as necessary, if safety is being jeopardized, or to correct quality problems. Any work stoppage must be reported immediately to the production shift supervisor, and quality problems to inspection or the Quality Manager.
  • Responsible for all other duties assigned.

Basic Requirements and Skills:

  • Good eyesight and health to permit full time employment and attendance within the company absenteeism guidelines.
  • Ability to manipulate up to 90 lbs.
  • Be able to place or position parts on surface plates or other inspection equipment.
  • Be able to manipulate small parts for sorting and inspection.
  • Must meet the required standards for quality and quantity of work.
  • Able to do general cleaning and housekeeping tasks to keep the work area clean.
  • Be able to learn how to use micrometers, calipers, profilometers, height gages, dial indicators, gage blocks and other equipment.
  • Be able to learn English and metric measuring systems and be able to convert between them.
  • Must have good written and verbal communication skills.
  • Must follow all safety requirements.
  • Know and understand Safety Data Sheet requirements.
  • Accurately complete all documents such as job cards, etc. as required.
  • Properly care for all company property and tools issued.
  • Be able to lift, bend, twist, walk and climb as required to perform the job.
  • Must pass the pre-employment drug screening.
  • Must be able to work overtime as needed.
  • Must have own die makers tools.
  • Must be able to run all tool-room equipment.
  • Must have good troubleshooting abilities.
  • Must have Journeymen Tool and Die card or certificate or proof of ten (10) years working in the tool and die trade building and designing fixtures, dies and gages on time and within the quoted hours.
  • Must be able to layout dies, fixtures, and parts.
  • Must be able to tryout a die and assist in securing PPAP approval.
  • Must be able to estimate and quote hours and costs.
  • Aids supervisor in identifying training needs. Attends and participates in all scheduled training and education programs identified for this position.

Education and/or Experience:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • 4 year apprenticeship with minimum 576 classroom hours
  • Employee must be able to verbally explain company Quality Policy and ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems.

Mathematical Skills:

  • Basic competency in high school math.

Judgment and Decision Making:

Seeks guidance as necessary for performance of duties. Demonstrates good judgment in investigating problems. Respects confidentiality of company, customer and personal information.

Relationships with Others:

Maintains a positive attitude and cooperative working relationship with all Managers and employees. Consistently demonstrates the ability to tactfully handle difficult situations.

Initiative:

Performs all duties in an independent manner with little or no supervision. Recognizes and assists others as needed.

Attendance and Reliability:

Must provide proper notification and advance notice for non-emergency absences. Medical conditions must not jeopardize normal job/functional requirements.

Work Environments:

Manufacturing environment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be exposed to moving mechanical equipment. The noise level in the shop is usually loud and the temperature may vary greatly. All necessary safety equipment must be used when in the shop. Must respectfully represent Almco Steel Products Corp

Measurements of Performance:

  • Must adhere to Almco Steel Products policies and procedures


Contact Brandi Bulick, Human Resources Manager to apply or for more information. Email: brandibulick@almcosteel.com | Desk phone: 260-919-0311


Tool and Die Grade 2

Bluffton, IN

Summary:

Employee is responsible for all repair activities as assigned by Tooling Manager or Tooling Shift Leader. Tool and Die Makers for Night shift (3:30pm-2:00am Monday-Thursday and Friday’s are open for OT). Again, they will train on days and then go to nights with a shift bonus. Pay for Grade 2 is $24.80

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Designing and building of fixtures and small dies.
  • Teaching and/or instructing the lower class toolmakers the following: techniques, methods of operating equipment.
  • Build or repair any die, fixture or gage using a drawing or print.
  • Must be able to read part prints.
  • Run all tool-room equipment including mill, lathe, grinder, surface grinder, saw drill press and Mig/Tig welders as necessary.
  • Trouble shoot sheet metal dies in the presses as well as in the tool room.
  • Use layout tools and equipment, ie: height gages, Jo-Blocks, indicators, micrometers and calipers.
  • Clean up assigned work areas including your work bench.
  • Complete all documents such as job cards, p.m. log book, etc.
  • Operate cranes for trucks and lift trucks to move dies.
  • Inform Inspection at end of each shift or at the end of the job about any excess parts (scrap/questionable) or raw material at the press or machine so it can be disposed of in the proper manner.
  • Observes and complies with all company, federal and state safety and environmental policies and practices.
  • Develops strong working knowledge of all relevant quality policies, procedures, and work instructions. associated with the successful performance on this job.
  • Maintains a clean, orderly and safe personal work area and shared facility space.
  • Stop production at any work center, as necessary, if safety is being jeopardized, or to correct quality problems. Any work stoppage must be reported immediately to the production shift supervisor, and quality problems to inspection or the Quality Manager.
  • Responsible for all other duties assigned.

Basic Requirements and Skills:

  • Good eyesight and health to permit full time employment and attendance within the company absenteeism guidelines.
  • Ability to manipulate up to 90 lbs.
  • Be able to place or position parts on surface plates or other inspection equipment.
  • Be able to manipulate small parts for sorting and inspection.
  • Must meet the required standards for quality and quantity of work.
  • Able to do general cleaning and housekeeping tasks to keep the work area clean.
  • Be able to learn how to use micrometers, calipers, profilometers, height gages, dial indicators, gage blocks and other equipment.
  • Be able to learn English and metric measuring systems and be able to convert between them.
  • Must have good written and verbal communication skills.
  • Must follow all safety requirements.
  • Know and understand Safety Data Sheet requirements.
  • Accurately complete all documents such as job cards, etc. as required.
  • Properly care for all company property and tools issued.
  • Be able to lift, bend, twist, walk and climb as required to perform the job.
  • Must pass the pre-employment drug screening.
  • Must be able to work overtime as needed.
  • Must have own die makers tools.
  • Must be able to run all tool-room equipment.
  • Must have good trouble shooting abilities.
  • Must have a certificate or proof of eight (8) years working in the tool and die trade or Journeyman Tool & Die card.
  • Must be able to build or repair any die, fixture or gage using a drawing or print.
  • Aids supervisor in identifying training needs. Attends and participates in all scheduled training and education programs identified for this position.

Education and/or Experience:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • 4 year apprenticeship with minimum 576 classroom hours
  • Employee must be able to verbally explain company Quality Policy and ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems.

Mathematical Skills:

  • Basic competency in high school math.

Judgment and Decision Making:

Seeks guidance as necessary for performance of duties. Demonstrates good judgment in investigating problems. Respects confidentiality of company, customer and personal information.

Relationships with Others:

Maintains a positive attitude and cooperative working relationship with all Managers and employees. Consistently demonstrates the ability to tactfully handle difficult situations.

Initiative:

Performs all duties in an independent manner with little or no supervision. Recognizes and assists others as needed.

Attendance and Reliability:

Must provide proper notification and advance notice for non-emergency absences. Medical conditions must not jeopardize normal job/functional requirements.

Work Environments:

Manufacturing environment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be exposed to moving mechanical equipment. The noise level in the shop is usually loud and the temperature may vary greatly. All necessary safety equipment must be used when in the shop. Must respectfully represent Almco Steel Products Corp

Measurements of Performance:

  • Must adhere to Almco Steel Products policies and procedures


Contact Brandi Bulick, Human Resources Manager to apply or for more information. Email: brandibulick@almcosteel.com | Desk phone: 260-919-0311

Plant Engineer - Facilities Manager

Bluffton, IN

Department: Engineering

Reports To: Production Manager

Summary:

Responsible for plant equipment and facilities. Pay for this position is negotiable starting at $55-60K.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervision of maintenance personnel.
  • Safety Audits and Hazardous Waste Reporting
  • Facility maintenance and construction overseeing.
  • Machinery repair, improvements, procurement, replacement and upgrading.
  • Personnel training, advancement, review and manning overview.
  • Safety and Environmental compliance to IOSHA regulations and requirements.
  • Special projects as required
  • Machine repair supervision
  • Responsible for adhering to the company's quality policy and complying with all quality procedures related to the task and essential job functions described in this position.
  • Responsible for identifying and reporting all observed non-conformances to the quality system.
  • Good written and verbal communication skills.
  • Responsible for appropriate corrective actions and for initiating or suggesting preventive action wherever related to the scope of this job description.
  • Responsible for following all company safety policies and adhering to IOSHA and other government agency regulations.
  • Employee is responsible for maintaining a clean and orderly work environment associated directly with this position description and cooperate in maintaining the housekeeping of the company's common areas.
  • Observes and complies with all company, federal and state safety and environmental policies and practices.
  • Develops strong working knowledge of all relevant quality policies, procedures, and work instructions associated with the successful performance on this job.
  • Maintains a clean, orderly and safe personal work area and shared facility space.
  • Identifies training needs. Attends and participates in all scheduled training and education programs identified for this position.
  • Stop production at any work center, as necessary, if safety is being jeopardized, or to correct quality problems. Any work stoppage must be reported immediately to production shift supervisor, and quality problems to inspection or Quality Manager.

Reporting Relationships:

The Plant Engineer reports directly to and is fully accountable to the Production Manager

Authority:

The Plant Engineer receives his/her authority from the Production Manager.

Education and/or Experience:

  • High School Diploma.
  • Technical degree or Equivalent
  • Ability to read and interpret drawings/specifications.
  • 10 years maintenance and supervisory experience.
  • Mechanical aptitude.
  • Computer skills.
  • Knowledge of controls and work experience.
  • Financial and Contract knowledge.
  • General constructions knowledge.
  • Teamwork training and skills.
  • Basic understanding of OSHA requirements for stamping/assembly and maintenance equipment.
  • Proficient at Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Microsoft Office

Language Skills:

Must be able to communicate both verbally and in writing with vendors.

Mathematical Skills:

Math skills as they pertain to Maintenance and the facility.

Reasoning Ability:

Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.

Judgment and Decision Making:

Seek guidance as necessary for performance of duties. Demonstrate good judgment in investigating problems. Respect confidentiality of company, customer and personal information.

Relationships with Others:

Maintain a positive attitude and cooperative working relationship with the Manufacturing Manager, all managers and employees. Consistently demonstrates the ability to tactfully handle difficult situations.

Planning and Time Utilization:

Make the best use of time during the workday. Consistently shows the ability to recognize and deal with priorities. Incumbent must possess the ability to meet deadlines.

Initiative:

Perform all duties in an independent manner with little or no supervision. Recognizes and performs duties which need to be performed although not directly assigned and assists others as needed.

Attendance and Reliability:

Must provide proper notification and advance notice for non-emergency absences. Report to work on time; promptly returning from lunch and breaks, and not leaving early. Medical conditions must not jeopardize normal job/functional requirements.

Physical Demands:

This position spends 60% of their time in the plant environment.

Work Environments:

Office and Manufacturing environment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to moving mechanical equipment. The employee is occasionally exposed to high, precarious places and fumes or airborne particles. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud and the temperature may vary greatly depending on existing conditions. All necessary safety equipment must be used when in the shop. Must respectfully represent Almco Steel Products Corp

Measurements of Performance:

  • Must adhere to Almco Steel Products policies and procedures

Contact Brandi Bulick, Human Resources Manager to apply or for more information. Email: brandibulick@almcosteel.com | Desk phone: 260-919-0311

Electrical Maintenance Grade 3

Bluffton, IN

Department: Maintenance

Summary:

Employee is responsible for electrical and mechanical machine repair, machine wiring, power distribution, lighting, motor maintenance, and electrical maintenance. Industrial Electrical Maintenance Employees for our night shift (3:30pm-2:00am Monday-Thursday and Friday’s are open for OT). The pay will be for a Grade 3. This employee will train on Days and then after that, they will go to nights and receive a $0.35 shift bonus.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Perform work in a competent manner with due safety considerations for self and others
  • Display positive attitude with consideration and cooperation of plant personnel
  • Maintain a clean, orderly and safe personal work area and shared facility space
  • Accurately complete all documents such as job cards, inspection sheets, machine logs, work orders
  • Has authority to establish lock out/tag out procedure to equipment with assistance of qualified personnel
  • Practice IEC and NEC regulations
  • Run/install conduit, piping, and any other media to transfer energy
  • Run/install power from service panels and electrical buss bars
  • Maintain lighting (offices and facilities)
  • Design and Implement schematics (electrical, pneumatic, lubricant and hydraulic)
  • Read through and troubleshoot complex diagrams and schematics (relay logic, die cushion hydraulics)
  • Maintain and troubleshoot equipment, both mechanical and electrical
  • This list is not all inclusive (HVAC unit, water fountains, fork trucks, garage doors, scrap systems, machining centers, furnaces, washers, presses, feeders, transfers, parts catchers…)
  • Able to navigate through operator interface on equipment
  • Assist other personnel in learning to operate equipment
  • Aid supervisors in identifying training needs
  • Develop a working knowledge of how presses function
  • Lead in the tear down and rebuild of presses and other equipment
  • Identify faulted plc’s, drives, and other controllers and report to other qualified personnel
  • Utilize a company laptop to connect with equipment and perform deeper troubleshooting
  • With guidance of qualified personnel make changes and edit PLC programs
  • Responsible for all other duties assigned

Basic Requirements and Skills:

  • Physical
  • Good eyesight and health to permit full time employment
  • Have good attendance within the company absenteeism guidelines
  • Ability to manipulate up to 90 lb. assemblies
  • Be able to climb up, into or under equipment
  • Be able to lift, bend, twist, walk and climb as required to perform the job.
  • Must pass the pre-employment drug screening
  • Able to do general cleaning and housekeeping tasks to keep the work area clean
  • Must have good written and verbal communication skills
  • Know and understand Safety Data Sheet requirements
  • Observes and complies with all company, federal and state safety and environmental policies and practices (i.e. when to use a safety harness or when to where appropriate electrical PPE)
  • Must be able to use a multimeter
  • Must be able to use power/hand tools
  • Be proficient in use of measurement devices
  • Personal Protection Equipment
  • Must be able to use pipe bender and pipe threader
  • Skills
  • Ability to read, understand and edit schematics, blueprints, diagrams
  • Must be able to find manuals and troubleshooting guides (on the internet or on site)
  • Call vendors for troubleshooting assistance
  • Install, maintain and replace electric motors and test their operation
  • Must have a practical knowledge of fuses, circuit breakers, and thermal overloads, disconnects and their operation
  • Must have a practical knowledge of contactors, relays and solenoids and their operation
  • Setup, install, and troubleshoot AC/DC drives and soft starters
  • Comfortable working with any voltage or power system
  • Disassembling and reassembling mechanical and electrical systems
  • Ability to use vendor software to connect to equipment for troubleshooting
  • Design schematics for electrical, lubrication, hydraulic, and pneumatical systems

Education and/or Experience:

  • High School Diploma
  • Journeyman or equivalent experience.
  • Employee must be able to verbally explain company Quality Policy and ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems.
  • Must be able to pass Grade 3 Almco application test prior to hire or promotion.

Mathematical Skills:

  • Basic competency in high school math and writing.

Judgment and Decision Making:

Seeks guidance as necessary for performance of duties. Demonstrates good judgment in investigating problems. Respects confidentiality of company, customer and personal information.

Relationships with Others:

Maintains a positive attitude and cooperative working relationship with all Managers and employees. Consistently demonstrates the ability to tactfully handle difficult situations.

Initiative:

Performs all duties in an independent manner with little or no supervision. Recognizes and assists others as needed.

Attendance and Reliability:

Must provide proper notification and advance notice for non-emergency absences. Medical conditions must not jeopardize normal job/functional requirements.

Work Environments:

Manufacturing environment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be exposed to moving mechanical equipment. The noise level in the shop is usually loud and the temperature may vary greatly. All necessary safety equipment must be used when in the shop. Must respectfully represent Almco Steel Products Corp

Measurements of Performance:

  • Must adhere to Almco Steel Products policies and procedures

Contact Brandi Bulick, Human Resources Manager to apply or for more information. Email: brandibulick@almcosteel.com | Desk phone: 260-919-0311

Electrical Maintenance Grade 2

Bluffton, Indiana

Department: Maintenance

Summary:

Employee is responsible for electrical and mechanical machine repair, machine wiring, power distribution, lighting, motor maintenance, and electrical maintenance.

Industrial Electrical Maintenance Employees for night shift (3:30pm-2:00am Monday-Thursday and Friday’s are open for OT). The pay will be either $24.18 for a Grade 2. This employee will train on Days and then after that, they will go to nights and receive a $0.35 shift bonus.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Perform work in a competent manner with due safety considerations for self and others
  • Display positive attitude with consideration and cooperation of plant personnel
  • Maintain a clean, orderly and safe personal work area and shared facility space
  • Willingness to achieve Electrical Maintenance Grade 3
  • Accurately complete all documents such as job cards, inspection sheets, machine logs, work orders
  • Has authority to establish lock out/tag out procedure to equipment with assistance of qualified personnel
  • Practice IEC and NEC regulations
  • Run/install conduit, piping, and any other media to transfer energy
  • Run/install power from service panels and electrical bus bars
  • Maintain lighting (offices and facilities)
  • Implement schematics (electrical, pneumatic, lubricant and hydraulic)
  • Maintain and troubleshoot equipment, both mechanical and electrical
  • This list is not all inclusive (HVAC unit, water fountains, fork trucks, garage doors, scrap systems, machining centers, furnaces, washers, presses, feeders, transfers, parts catchers…)
  • Able to navigate through operator interface on equipment
  • Assist other personnel in learning to operate equipment
  • Aid supervisors in identifying training needs
  • Develop a working knowledge of how presses function
  • Assist in the tear down and rebuild of presses and other equipment
  • Identify faulted plc’s, drives, and other controllers and report to other qualified personnel
  • Responsible for all other duties assigned

Basic Requirements and Skills:

  • Physical
  • Good eyesight and health to permit full time employment
  • Have good attendance within the company absenteeism guidelines
  • Ability to manipulate up to 90 lb. assemblies
  • Be able to climb up, into or under equipment
  • Be able to lift, bend, twist, walk and climb as required to perform the job.
  • Must pass the pre-employment drug screening
  • Able to do general cleaning and housekeeping tasks to keep the work area clean
  • Must have good written and verbal communication skills
  • Know and understand Safety Data Sheet requirements
  • Observes and complies with all company, federal and state safety and environmental policies and practices (i.e. when to use a safety harness or when to where appropriate electrical PPE)
  • Must be able to use a multimeter
  • Must be able to use power/hand tools
  • Be proficient in use of measurement devices
  • Personal Protection Equipment
  • Must be able to use pipe bender and pipe threader
  • Skills
  • Ability to read, understand and edit schematics, blueprints, diagrams
  • Must be able to find manuals and troubleshooting guides (on the internet or on site)
  • Call vendors for trouble shooting assistance
  • Install, maintain and replace electric motors and test their operation
  • Must have a practical knowledge of fuses, circuit breakers, and thermal overloads, disconnects and their operation
  • Must have a practical knowledge of contactors, relays and solenoids and their operation
  • Setup and installation of basic AC/DC drives and soft starters
  • Comfortable working with voltages greater than 120vac
  • Disassembling and reassembling mechanical and electrical systems

Education and/or Experience:

  • High School Diploma
  • 2 year Technical Degree in Electrical Technology or equivalent experience.
  • Employee must be able to verbally explain company Quality Policy and ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems.
  • Must be able to pass Grade 2 Almco application test prior to hire or promotion

Mathematical Skills:

  • Basic competency in high school math and writing.

Judgment and Decision Making:

Seeks guidance as necessary for performance of duties. Demonstrates good judgment in investigating problems. Respects confidentiality of company, customer and personal information.

Relationships with Others:

Maintains a positive attitude and cooperative working relationship with all Managers and employees. Consistently demonstrates the ability to tactfully handle difficult situations.

Initiative:

Performs all duties in an independent manner with little or no supervision. Recognizes and assists others as needed.

Attendance and Reliability:

Must provide proper notification and advance notice for non-emergency absences. Medical conditions must not jeopardize normal job/functional requirements.

Work Environments:

Manufacturing environment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be exposed to moving mechanical equipment. The noise level in the shop is usually loud and the temperature may vary greatly. All necessary safety equipment must be used when in the shop. Must respectfully represent Almco Steel Products Corp

Measurements of Performance:

  • Must adhere to Almco Steel Products policies and procedures

Contact Brandi Bulick, Human Resources Manager to apply or for more information. Email: brandibulick@almcosteel.com | Desk phone: 260-919-0311

EDM- Tool Maker

Bluffton, Indiana

Department: Tool and Die

Summary:

Employee is responsible for the operation and maintenance of the EDM Machine. Day Shift – Pay is $27.39 (Day shift is 5:00am-3:30pm with Friday open for OT if needed).

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Programming and CAD Design associated with EDM.
  • General Tool Making Mills/Lathe/Grinder
  • Responsible for all other duties assigned

Basic Requirements and Skills:

  • Must be able to run all tool room equipment.
  • Must be able to operate Auto CAD Drawing.
  • Must be able to run Mastercam software.
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Must possess knowledge of stamping and dies.
  • Must possess organizational skills such as file management.
  • Must pass the pre-employment drug screening.

Education and/or Experience:

  • High School Diploma
  • Employee must be able to verbally explain company Quality Policy and ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management Systems.

Mathematical Skills:

  • Basic competency in high school math.

Judgment and Decision Making:

Seeks guidance as necessary for performance of duties. Demonstrates good judgment in investigating problems. Respects confidentiality of company, customer and personal information.

Relationships with Others:

Maintains a positive attitude and cooperative working relationship with all Managers and employees. Consistently demonstrates the ability to tactfully handle difficult situations.

Initiative:

Performs all duties in an independent manner with little or no supervision. Recognizes and assists others as needed.

Attendance and Reliability:

Must provide proper notification and advance notice for non-emergency absences. Medical conditions must not jeopardize normal job/functional requirements.

Work Environments:

Manufacturing environment. While performing the duties of this job, the employee may be exposed to moving mechanical equipment. The noise level in the shop is usually loud and the temperature may vary greatly. All necessary safety equipment must be used when in the shop. Must respectfully represent Almco Steel Products Corp

Measurements of Performance:

  • Must adhere to Almco Steel Products policies and procedures

Contact Brandi Bulick, Human Resources Manager to apply or for more information. Email: brandibulick@almcosteel.com | Desk phone: 260-919-0311

Available Jobs at Briner Building, Inc.

Concrete

Bluffton, Indiana

Experience greater satisfaction in your construction career with a company that offers great stability and room for growth. Imagine impacting and developing practices with a growing construction company that offers greater recognition for your efforts and expertise.

In this position, you will reap the benefits of:

  • Above-average compensation
  • Paid vacation extending to 4 weeks
  • Paid Holidays
  • Bonus programs
  • Great benefits package that includes medical and dental insurance
  • A rewarding 401(k) program with 4% match
  • Full company profit-sharing plan
  • In-house training and mentorship

Qualified Candidates Must:

  • Maintain a valid driver license
  • Be able to pass a drug screen

Briner Building is fully committed to our employees. We appreciate your consideration of Briner and look forward to hearing from you and building the future together!

Download our employment application here

Email completed applications to: rec@brinerbuilding.com

Finish Carpentry

Bluffton, Indiana

Experience greater satisfaction in your construction career with a company that offers great stability and room for growth. Imagine impacting and developing practices with a growing construction company that offers greater recognition for your efforts and expertise.

In this position, you will reap the benefits of:

  • Above-average compensation
  • Paid vacation extending to 4 weeks
  • Paid Holidays
  • Bonus programs
  • Great benefits package that includes medical and dental insurance
  • A rewarding 401(k) program with 4% match
  • Full company profit-sharing plan
  • In-house training and mentorship

Qualified Candidates Must:

  • Maintain a valid driver license
  • Be able to pass a drug screen

Briner Building is fully committed to our employees. We appreciate your consideration of Briner and look forward to hearing from you and building the future together!

Download our employment application here

Email completed applications to: rec@brinerbuilding.com

Steel Erection

Bluffton, IN

Experience greater satisfaction in your construction career with a company that offers great stability and room for growth. Imagine impacting and developing practices with a growing construction company that offers greater recognition for your efforts and expertise.

In this position, you will reap the benefits of:

  • Above-average compensation
  • Paid vacation extending to 4 weeks
  • Paid Holidays
  • Bonus programs
  • Great benefits package that includes medical and dental insurance
  • A rewarding 401(k) program with 4% match
  • Full company profit-sharing plan
  • In-house training and mentorship

Qualified Candidates Must:

  • Maintain a valid driver license
  • Be able to pass a drug screen

Briner Building is fully committed to our employees. We appreciate your consideration of Briner and look forward to hearing from you and building the future together!

Download our employment application here

Email completed applications to: rec@brinerbuilding.com

Available Jobs at Hoosier Pattern Inc

Summer Externship

Decatur, Indiana

Summer externship at Hoosier Pattern

Laurie Mrvos
Human Resources
laurie@hoosierpattern.com

Summer Internship

DECATUR, IN

High school summer internship at Hoosier Pattern.

Laurie Mrvos
Human Resources
laurie@hoosierpattern.com

5 Year All- Around Pattern Making Apprenticeship

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Rotating apprenticeship program at Hoosier Pattern.

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Available Jobs at Micromatic, LLC

Electrical Engineer

Berne, Indiana

Position: ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

Department: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Reports To: SENIOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

Grade: Full Time

Position Summary: (Why does this position exist in the organization?)

Primary responsibilities of this position include complex electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic controls design, design of complex machine control software, and project management of automated systems. This position will guide the work of designers and detailers to assure success of design concepts and complete integration of the designs. This position will also be responsible for management of the projects to meet cost and delivery expectations.

Essential Job Functions (fundamental job duties):

  • Perform complex electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic control design
  • Design complex machine control software for machine control, operator interface, and factory integration
  • Perform design reviews for all phases of the project design
  • Guide work of designers and detailers – mentor team members
  • Provide project oversight and partner with the mechanical lead engineer and assembly supervisor on overall project management. Maintain performance to target hours, budget, and project schedule.
  • Provide management of issues lists, schedules, meetings, and all customer documentation.
  • Prepare written procedures, status reports, etc., as required.
  • Work with Purchasing and vendors to control costs
  • Participate in design approvals, reviews, and runoffs for customers
  • Provide assistance to proposals as required
  • Provide assistance to field service as required
  • Provide assistance to the assembly floor and participates in machine debug
  • Perform all functions of an electrical hardware and software designer

Education (What is the minimum education level necessary to complete the essential functions of the position?)

8- 10 years’ experience directly relating to Electrical/Controls Engineering required, Associates degree with 3-5 years’ experience or BSEE, BSCE, BSEET, BSCET, or related BS preferred.

Experience (What are the minimum years experience necessary to complete the essential functions of the position?)

  • 3-5 Years in a manufacturing/machine design environment preferred but not required.

Mandatory Qualification Requirements (What are the mandatory qualification requirements for the position?)

  • Must be computer literate with advanced knowledge of AutoCAD or AutoCAD Electrical and a working knowledge in Windows and Microsoft Office
  • Must have an advanced knowledge of PLC programming/software and a basic knowledge of computer languages/software , HMI software, Servo Systems, and Robotics
  • Schematic and Blueprint reading and interpretation
  • Knowledge of NEC, NFPA, OHSA, EN, ANSI, and ISO standards along with ISO 9000 quality systems. CSA, UL, and CE certification knowledge is a plus
  • Knowledge of industrial power systems, ARC Flash, and Hazardous Energy Control
  • Knowledge of control reliable safe system designs and risk assessments
  • Must possess strong inter-personal, leadership, and organizational skills
  • Travel as required domestically and internationally

Contact Chanda Bennett, Human Resource Manager, at chanda.bennett@micromaticllc.com to apply

Actuator Assembly

Berne, Indiana

Position: Actuator Assembly

Department: Operations

Reports To: Operations Manager


Position Summary: (Why does this position exist in the organization?)

This position in the Actuator Assembly Department must be able to assemble and test units to print specifications. This position requires the ability to evaluate, tear down, rebuild and test repair units.

Essential Job Functions (fundamental job duties):

  • Ability to work with others
  • Ability to assemble and test Actuator units to print specifications, verify and record results
  • Ability to evaluate, tear down, rebuild and test repair units
  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints.

Marginal Job Functions (non-fundamental job duties):

  • Ability to operate other machinery within the plant if required by the Supervisor
  • General inspection skills
  • General hydraulics knowledge

Education (What is the minimum education level necessary to complete the essential functions of the position?)

  • High School or equivalent
  • Applicable math background and skills
  • Blueprint reading and interpretation skills
  • Verbal and written communications skills

Experience (What are the minimum years experience necessary to complete the essential functions of the position?)

  • Working knowledge of hydraulic and pneumatic systems
  • Test stand set up experience is advantageous
  • Skills in the use of precision hand tools and measuring equipment
  • Skills in the use of assembly tools and test equipment

Mandatory Qualification Requirements (What are the mandatory qualification requirements for the position?)

  • Skills in the use of precision hand tools and measuring equipment
  • The knowledge and background to inspect parts
  • The ability to interpret blueprints and assemble actuator units

Non-mandatory Qualification Requirements (Not absolutely required, but will enhance applicant/employee chances for success.)

  • Versatility of operating equipment within the manufacturing facility
  • Extensive knowledge of hydraulics and pneumatics

Contact Chanda Bennett, Human Resource Manager, at chanda.bennett@micromaticllc.com to apply

Maintenance

Berne, Indiana

Department: Operations

Position: MAINTENANCE

Grade: Full Time

Position Summary: (Why does this position exist in the organization?)

This position is responsible for the maintenance of machinery and equipment, including CNC lathes and mills (Hurco’s, Mazak’s,etc), Must be capable of performing the preventative maintenance, scheduled safety checks and related functions with minimal direction. This classification requires the use of hand tools, measuring devices, and various types of tooling, machinery and equipment to perform the assignments of this classification.

Essential Job Functions (fundamental job duties):

  • CNC Machine repair
  • Trouble shoot and repair equipment, building, and grounds
  • Preventative Maintenance of all equipment, building, and grounds
  • Interpret blueprints and schematics in order to perform routine maintenance functions
  • Select, operate, and maintain the tools and equipment used in this classification
  • Analyze mechanical problems and order parts
  • Wire using 480 volt 3 phase electricity
  • Operate high lift
  • Conduct required safety and environmental checks.
  • Interface with Machine Service Technician

Marginal Job Functions (non-fundamental job duties):

  • Other assignments throughout the plant as required by supervisor

Education (What is the minimum education level necessary to complete the essential functions of the position?)

  • High School or equivalent
  • Thorough knowledge of 480 volt 3 phase electricity
  • Applicable math background and skills
  • Knowledge of plant and industrial electrical maintenance
  • Knowledge of state electrical code

Experience (What are the minimum years experience necessary to complete the essential functions of the position?)

  • 2 to 3 years training, background, and experience in mechanical and electrical maintenance

Mandatory Qualification Requirements (What are the mandatory qualification requirements for the position?)

  • Must possess the personal tools necessary for proper performance of assignments
  • Must be skilled in the use of precision hand tools and measuring equipment
  • Must have the ability to perform all functions as required by the job/position
  • Must have physical attributes to perform the job function.
  • Must have knowledge of electrical and mechanical systems

Non-mandatory Qualification Requirements (Not absolutely required, but will enhance applicant/employee chances for success.)

  • Do other jobs throughout the plant as required by the supervisor.

Contact Chanda Bennett, Human Resource Manager, at chanda.bennett@micromaticllc.com to apply

Machinist

Berne, Indiana

Position: MACHINIST

Department: OPERATIONS

Reports To: OPERATIONS MANAGER

Grade: Hourly -Full Time

Position Summary: (Why does this position exist in the organization?)

  • This position will set up and machine parts to the drawings and blueprint specifications to meet customer requirements. Must possess the skills necessary to perform duties. Must also possess the necessary precision equipment/tools to perform the duties of this position.

Essential Job Functions (fundamental job duties):

  • Set up and operate all machines
  • Machine parts to required tolerances
  • Inspect parts and make adjustments as necessary to meet quality requirements
  • Perform all necessary hand operations such as filing, fitting, and scraping
  • Work independently and travel domestically to support the business needs of the customers

Marginal Job Functions (non-fundamental job duties):

  • Checks dispatch list for next job
  • Cleans machine table & machine
  • Sweeps floor and mop
  • Record labor for job by keying data into terminal
  • Train or instruct employees as necessary and as assigned

Education (What is the minimum education level necessary to complete the essential functions of the position?)

  • High School or equivalent
  • Machine Trade School Certification or equivalent work experience
  • Applicable math background and skills
  • Blueprint reading and interpretation skills
  • Working knowledge of the machinability of metals
  • Thorough knowledge of geometric tolerancing
  • Understanding of Micro finishes and how to obtain specific finishes

Experience (What are the minimum years experience necessary to complete the essential functions of the position?)

  • One to three years
  • Machine setup experience

Mandatory Qualification Requirements (What are the mandatory qualification requirements for the position?)

  • Mathematical background and capability to interpret and read blueprints in order to perform necessary functions of machine operation and machining of parts.
  • Ability to machine parts per engineering specifications
  • Ability to use precision measuring equipment
  • Ability to verify and check precision parts to print
  • Possess necessary hand tools and equipment needed to perform required functions.

Contact Chanda Bennett, Human Resource Manager, at chanda.bennett@micromaticllc.com to apply

Mechanic Assembler

Berne, Indiana

Position: MECHANICAL ASSEMBLER

Department: AUTOMATION ASSEMBLY

Reports To: Automation Assembly Supervisor

Position Summary: (Why does this position exist in the organization?)

  • This position must have a good working knowledge in the use of precision hand tools and measuring equipment and have the ability to do complete assembly work on automation projects with no supervision

Essential Job Functions (fundamental job duties):

  • Ability to do complete assembly work on automation project to print specifications with no supervision
  • Ability to work with project leads in order to complete work on time, on budget, with no surprises
  • Ability to do plumbing (hydraulic, pneumatic, or lube) to print specifications
  • Ability to use the necessary precision equipment/tools as required to build automation machinery
  • Ability to use other tools, i.e., manual mill and lathe to produce quality parts to print specifications
  • Assist in the debug and customer demonstration of automation machinery
  • Responsibility to report out issues using the project issues list, whiteboards, and project meetings.

Marginal Job Functions (non-fundamental job duties):

  • Perform field service on machines as required
  • Know assembly procedures
  • Perform other jobs in the plant as required by the supervisor
  • Possess good written and verbal communication skills
  • Travel as required

Education (What is the minimum education level necessary to complete the essential functions of the position?)

  • High School or equivalent
  • Applicable math background and skills
  • Blueprint reading and interpretation skills
  • Working knowledge of the machinability of metals
  • Thorough knowledge of hydraulic and pneumatic systems
  • Thorough knowledge of welding principles & techniques
  • Thorough knowledge of geometric tolerances

Experience (What is the minimum experience necessary to complete the essential functions of the position?)

  • Three to five years
  • Skills in the use of precision hand tools and measuring equipment.
  • Machine set up experience

Mandatory Qualification Requirements (What are the mandatory qualification requirements for the position?)

  • Mathematical background and capability to interpret and read blueprints in order to perform necessary functions of machine operation and machining of parts.
  • Physical attributes to perform job functions
  • The ability to work without supervision

Contact Chanda Bennett, Human Resource Manager, at chanda.bennett@micromaticllc.com to apply

Electrical Assembler

Berne, IN

Position: ELECTRICIAL ASSEMBLER

Department: AUTOMATION ASSEMBLY

Report To: Automation Assembly Supervisor

Position Summary: (Why does this position exist in the organization?)

  • This position must have a good working knowledge of electrical standards and be able to wire control panels from schematics and have the ability to wire VDC/VAC circuits with no supervision

Essential Job Functions (fundamental job duties):

  • Ability to wire VDC/VAC circuits with no supervision
  • Ability to fully wire control panels from schematics
  • Ability to work with project leads in order to complete work on time, on budget, with no surprises
  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints
  • Responsibility to report out issues using the project issues list, whiteboards, and project meetings

Marginal Job Functions (non-fundamental job duties):

  • Perform field service on machines as required
  • Know assembly procedures
  • Perform other jobs in the plant as required by the supervisor
  • Possess good written and verbal communication skills
  • Travel as required

Education (What is the minimum education level necessary to complete the essential functions of the position?)

  • High School or equivalent
  • 2 Year Degree with electronic major preferred

Experience (What is the minimum years’ experience necessary to complete the essential functions of the position?)

  • Two years experience in a manufacturing environment

Mandatory Qualification Requirements (What are the mandatory qualification requirements for the position?)

  • Ability to read all electrical prints background and capability to interpret and read blueprints in order to perform necessary functions related the electrical assembly of

Special Machinery

Contact Chanda Bennett, Human Resource Manager, at chanda.bennett@micromaticllc.com to apply

Available Jobs at ETI (was Elkhart Products)

Weekend Shift Maintenance

Geneva, Indiana

Make mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic repairs to plant equipment. Also, troubleshoot, plumbing, welding, and operate a forklift. Capable of performing Preventive Maintenance.

Must be able to read machine prints, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic schematics; Must have forklift certification; Must

follow lockout/tag out procedures; Must be able to relocate equipment; Must be able to repair equipment (electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, plumbing, & mechanical); Must be able to assemble/set-up machinery equipment; Must be able to perform routine preventive maintenance to ensure machines continue to run smoothly; Must plan repair work; Must have some prior maintenance experience; Must be able to follow safe work procedures; Ingenuity and initiative needed. Job also requires considerable physical effort.

This position is for -Weekend Shift Maintenance / Sat/Sun/Mon, 12hr shift, 36hrs/wk

We do offer a lot of on-the-job training for this position.

Median wages for this position: $20.15 – $23.37

Contact:
Carol Riemer, Human Resources Manager
carol.riemer@elkhartproducts.com
260-368-7246 ext 8521

Mahle (piston) Department - 2nd shift

Geneva, Indiana

Setup and run the Hause, welder, and Fanuc robots. Support the Cell Manager in labor decisions and corrections. Support special projects. Perform Root Cause Analysis on out of compliance issues. Communicate clearly.

An understanding of piston manufacturing processes/setups is a plus. Must have a willingness to learn and apply basic robotic principles. Must have good reading and math skills and be capable of keeping accurate records. Must be able to read and use various gauges and measuring instruments. Must have blueprint reading and SPC experience. Must have excellent safety ethics. Must be able to make the necessary decisions involving some adjustments while carrying out instructions and standard procedures. Must possess a continuous improvement approach to assignments in order to maintain and improve cell quality standards. Must be disciplined in housekeeping and safety considerations. Must have some maintenance/mechanical ability and problem-solving skills.

This position is for 2nd shift - 3pm-11pm Monday through Friday with some overtime

We do offer a lot of on-the-job training for this position.

Median wages for this position: $16.65 – $23.37

Contact:
Carol Riemer, Human Resources Manager
carol.riemer@elkhartproducts.com
260-368-7246 ext 8521

Available Jobs at ​WEG Commercial Motors

Open Interviews at WEG

Bluffton, Indiana

Mechanical Engineer Intern

Bluffton, IN

Position Objective:

The Mechanical Engineer Intern will participate as a valuable member of the engineering team at WEG by working directly with the engineering staff in all activities related to design and develop electric motors, taking in consideration customer specifications and manufacturing capabilities. This is a paid internship that requires a minimum commitment of 2 semesters and 20 hours preferred, per week. The intern will work with the engineering team doing a variety of tasks related to the development of electric motors for a wide range of applications and the redesign of engineering systems and processes. This position will provide the opportunity to learn the real-world application of many software tools such as SolidWorks, AutoCAD, DraftSight, Ansys and Microsoft Office. This position will report to a full-time engineer at WEG. Salary based on experience.

  • Participate as a multidisciplinary engineering team member;
  • Learn existing engineering systems;
  • Assist with redesign of existing engineering systems and processes;
  • Assist with design of new product information systems;
  • Attend and participate in team meetings as required;
  • Work with many types of product information.

Required Qualifications:

  • Strong written and oral communication skills;
  • Actively enrolled in a technical field of study (Mechanical engineering) and, either in or entering, your Junior or Senior year;
  • Attention to details;
  • knowledge in Microsoft office software applications.

WEG Commercial Motors is an equal opportunity employer.

Apply at www.weg-cm.com

Production Employees

Bluffton, Indiana

WEG Commercial Motors has a rich history in the design and manufacturing of fractional horsepower electric motors and is looking to hire you!

Position Requirements:

  • Must be able to work in a fast paced environment
  • Possess the availability to work 1st or 2nd shift plus overtime

If you are looking for excellent benefits, competitive compensation, wellness services and a 401k program while working in a team environment then WEG could be the place for you.


Apply at www.weg-cm.com

Available Jobs at Wayne Metals

1st and 2nd Shift Manufacturing Positions

Markle, IN

Wayne Metals currently have open positions for 1st and 2nd shift Manufacturing Positions!

Sign on bonus: $200 after 30 days | $200 after 90 Days | $200 after 180 days
Comepetitive wages and benefits!

Please apply at www.waynemetals.com

1st and 2nd shift manual welders, robotic welders, grinders, laser punch press

Markle, IN

Wayne Metals, LLC located in Markel, Indiana currently have open positions for 1st and 2nd shift manual welders, robotic welders, grinders, laser punch press. Sign on bonus: $200 after 30 days. $200 after 90 days. $200 after 180 days.

Please apply at www.waynemetals.com

Powder Coat Painters

Markle, Indiana

Waybe Metals LLC located in Markle, Indiana currently have opening positions for 2nd shift, experienced powder coat painters.

please apply at: www.waynemetals.com

Available Jobs at AWMA

School Specialist/Assistant Director

Purpose: The Adams Wells Manufacturing Alliance (AWMA) is committed to strengthening Northeast Indiana’s workforce by educating and equipping high school students so they are aware of career choices in local manufacturing and construction industries.

The School Specialist/Assistant Director provides professional services that manage and coordinate activities that promote manufacturing as a career pathway for students in K-12 school systems in Adams and Wells Counties.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement annual teacher/counselor externship programs with AWMA Members
  • Partner with Teachers and Economic Development Corporation (EDC) Directors in developing and implementing student internship opportunities for students participating in Interdisciplinary Cooperative Education (ICE) or manufacturing-related Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs.
  • Educate middle school and high school students’ opportunities in local manufacturing
  • Participate in, setup and attend student lunchtime displays by AWMA members, job fairs, etc.
  • Promote the AWMA website to teachers, counselors, administrators, parents, and students as a powerful resource when making career pathway choices.
  • Assist in chaperoning and scheduling plant tours.
  • Participate in monthly AWMA Steering Committee Meetings serving as secretary of the committee which includes, but not limited to, scribing and distributing meeting minutes.
  • Travel throughout Adams and Wells counties with occasional travel outside the counties.
  • Other duties as assigned.
  • Submit monthly work logs, providing hours worked, miles driven, a description of completed work, and additional expenses for reimbursement.
  • Ability to work up to 20 hours per week.

Competencies:

  • Teaching or Administrative experience working in a school organization, preferably in a high school setting
  • High School Diploma or its equivalent.
  • Sound time management and project management skills by effectively and efficiently organizing, prioritizing and completing multiple assignments in a timely manner.
  • Ability to present in large and small group settings.
  • Ability to promote AWMA in the community by maintaining good community relations.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Suite tools and possess internet navigation skills.

Read the employment terms here