CAREERS

Grinder

DESCRIPTION

In a fast-paced manufacturing facility, Grinder-Cleaner uses various hand-held industrial grinders, scrapers, chippers to clean slag and other particulate from metal subassemblies.  Requires knowledge of general shop practices and shop safety.  Requires good oral communication skills, listening skills, and ability to learn.  Will require hearing baseline testing, use of hearing protectors, safety glasses and safety shield.  Works independently and in cooperation with other employees.  Operates forklift truck, overhead cranes and hoists.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  1. Comply with Shop and Department Safety Rules and practices.
  2. Attendance- present at scheduled shift to perform assigned tasks.
  3. Safely operate grinders and hoists; safely use some hand tools.

 

CONDITIONS

  1. Hours per day – 6:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Thursday, with opportunities for overtime.
  2. Work Breaks – 2 15-minute breaks daily, 1 morning and 1 afternoon. 30-minute lunch break.
  3. Work performed while
  4. Sitting – 5%
  5. Standing – 95%
  6. Kneeling, Bending, Stooping, Pushing, Pulling – 35%
  7. Lifting

Light – 1-15 pounds – frequently

Medium – 16-45 pounds – Frequently

*Any lifting over 50 lbs. requires assistance or use of mechanical device.

  1. Carrying distance – Up to 25 feet frequently.
  2. Environment – Temperature from 25 to 110+ degrees.  Fumes, dust, humidity, noise in excess of 85db.

Skilled Assembler

DESCRIPTION

In a fast-paced manufacturing facility, the Skilled Assembler uses blueprints, hydraulics and electrical schematics to assemble food and/or battery handling equipment.  Assemblers are detail-oriented, skilled employees who build and test products by safely using shop equipment and such standard hand tools as grinders, pneumatic tools, electric tools, multimeters, swage machines, vacuum testers and pressure indicators.  Assemblers must be able work independently and in cooperation with other employees. The ideal person will be computer literate, be able to read, understand, and use ladder logic, programmable controllers, and sensing devices.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  1. Accurately read and interpret blueprints.
  2. Accurately read and interpret hydraulic and electrical schematics.
  3. Comply with Shop and Department Safety Rules and practices.
  4. Safely operate grinders, band saws, pneumatic tools, multimeters, swage machines, vacuum testers and pressure indicators.
  5. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds and carry for distances to 25 feet.

 

CONDITIONS

  1. Hours per day – 6:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Thursday, with opportunities for overtime.
  2. Work Breaks – 2 10-minute breaks daily, 1 30-minute lunch break on full day schedule.
  3. Work performed while
  4. Sitting – 5%
  5. Standing – 95%
  6. Kneeling, Bending, Stooping, Pushing, Pulling – 35%
  7. Lifting

Light – 1-15 pounds – frequently

Medium – 16-45 pounds – Frequently

*Any lifting over 50 lbs. requires assistance or use of mechanical device.

  1. Carrying distance – Up to 25 feet frequently.
  2. Environment – Temperature from 25 to 110+ degrees.  Fumes, dust, humidity, noise.

Mechanical Drafter

DESCRIPTION
The Mechanical Design Drafter prepares working layouts and finished drawings of components, assemblies, or systems from specifications, prior layouts, well-defined sketches, models or verbal instructions sufficient for detailing food handling and battery handling equipment. The Mechanical Design Drafter will also be required to identify customer needs and supply accurate and efficient solutions, while maximizing the promotion and sale of MTC products. Candidate will design and distribute professional CAD drawings based on information gathered from internal and external customers. Extremely high professionalism in the oral and written word is essential for all communications. The requirements below are representative of the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to be successful.

The ideal candidate is Auto-CAD/ Inventor proficient in mechanical design, knows nuts and bolts of mechanical design and can take a sketch and make shop drawings that work. Inventor is highly preferred, however, experience in other 3D solid modeling software packages (Solidworks, etc.) will be considered.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  1. Attendance: present at scheduled shift to perform essential functions.
  2. Must possess Interpersonal skills with the ability to discuss problems with tact and diplomacy, and resolve logistical requirements related to the projects.
  3. Ability to design new products and redesign existing products.
  4. Highly proficient use of the latest AutoCAD platforms taking into account customer facilities, layout requirements, equipment specifications and design, per instructions from the MTC sales group and clients.
  5. Generate 3D Models & detailed CAD drawings.
  6. Work with vendors to source new components.
  7. Create detailed part, weldment, sub-assembly and assembly drawings that meet Engineering standards.
  8. Must be able to analyze and process required information to conclude whether the product meets the client’s specifications and required national standards.
  9. Ability to incorporate change notices.
  10. Review work on engineering designs for manufacturability, accuracy, and completeness.
  11. Provides technical support for sales, engineering, and manufacturing.
  12. Contributes to sales engineering effectiveness by identifying short-term and long-range issues that must be addressed; providing information and commentary pertinent to deliberations; recommending options and courses of action.
  13. Performs mathematical calculations to work out detailed additions to specifications.
  14. Makes corrections, revisions, and changes to layouts as directed by the Engineer.
  15. Coordinates and works in conjunction with other drafters and engineers designing, laying out, or detailing same or related products.
  16. Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
  17. Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.
  18. Other duties may be assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS

  1. Problem Solving, Product Knowledge, Technical Understanding, Verbal and written Communication, Requirements Analysis, Innovation
  2. Significant relevant technical experience in Mechanical Design/Drafting.
  3. Must be organized and able to handle several projects at the same time.
  4. Responsive to needs of various customers.

CONDITIONS

  1. Hours per day –7:00am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Thursday and 7:00am – 11:00 am Friday.
  2. Work Breaks – 1/2-hour lunch break Monday through Thursday.
  3. Physical demands include sitting, standing, bending, kneeling, walking, and ability to lift 25 lbs.
  4. Environment – Office with central heat and air, manufacturing plant and occasionally outside.

CNC Machinist

DESCRIPTION
In a fast-paced manufacturing facility, under the direct supervision of the department lead the Machinist sets up, programs, and operates conventional and special purpose machines to fabricate metallic and nonmetallic parts. The Machinist uses shop safety practices, blueprints, measuring instruments, and offline/online programming interfaces. This position may also use Metal Shear and grinders. This position requires previous machining experience (manual and CNC), good oral communication skills, listening skills, and ability to learn. Will require use of hearing protectors and safety glasses. With supervision, works independently and in cooperation with other employees. Operates forklift truck, overhead cranes, and hoists.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  1. Comply with Shop and Department Safety Rules and practices.
  2. Attendance- present at scheduled shift to perform assigned tasks.
  3. Safely operate Machines, some hand tools and accurately read measuring tools.
  4. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds and carry for distances to 25 feet.
  5. Studies blueprints, sketches, drawings, manuals, specifications, or sample part to determine dimensions and tolerances of finished workpiece, sequence of operations, and setup/programming requirements.
  6. Measures, marks, and scribes dimensions and reference points on material or workpiece as guides for subsequent machining.
  7. Selects, aligns, and secures holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, materials, and programs on machines such as manual or CNC mills, lathes, saws, and drills.
  8. Calculates and sets controls to regulate machining factors such as speed, feed, coolant flow, and depth and angle of cut.
  9. Starts and observes machine operation to detect malfunctions or out-of-tolerance machining and adjusts machine controls or control media as required.
  10. Verifies conformance of finished workpiece to specifications.
  11. Sets up and operates machine on trial run to verify accuracy of machine settings.
  12. Fits and assembles parts into complete assembly.
  13. Verifies dimensions and alignment of assembly.