CAREERS

Accounting Associate

DESCRIPTION

MTC’s Accounting Associate is responsible for processing, compiling, and preserving bookkeeping transactions and records related to MTC’s Canadian office.  The Accounting Associate will create customer invoices, complete payment processing, and post journal entries in support of MTC Canada operations. The associate will use standard accounting practices to prepare account breakdowns/analyses to reconcile payments, charges, and credits as well as to resolve discrepancies when needed. Generates division reports as required to assist with month-end close, year-end close, and auditors.  The Accounting Associate interacts with all levels of management, supervision, and their peers while maintaining confidentiality; must be able to work independently and in cooperation with other employees

 

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  1. Confidentiality and attention to detail is essential for this position.
  2. Requires understanding of accounting/bookkeeping procedures.
  3. Processes and prepares accounts receivable invoicing and accounts payable transactions.
  4. Generates reports and maintains files pertaining to MTC Canada to include bank reconciliation.
  5. Prepares and submits Canadian Goods and Services Tax (GST).
  6. Proactively review accounts receivable and accounts payable to minimize past due occurrences.
  7. Prepares analysis of accounts, as required.
  8. Creates and posts General Journal Entries.
  9. Assists in monthly closings.
  10. Assists with special projects and backs up other internal accounting functions, i.e., Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, and Payroll Time Keeping.
  11. Use of internal MRP Software, QuickBooks, cloud-based software, and MS Office (Word, EXCEL, Outlook, etc.). Operate fax, scanner, copier, and other office equipment as necessary.
  12. Maintains Canadian correspondence.
  13. Maintains professional, courteous customer-service attitude in all interactions.
  14. Attendance, present at scheduled shift to perform essential functions.
  15. Perform other responsibilities as determined by business needs.

 

 

CONDITIONS

  1. Hours per day –Monday – Thursday, 6:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Overtime as needed to complete job assignments and meet deadlines.
  2. Work performed while
  3. Sitting – 70%
  4. Standing – 20%
  5. Kneeling, Bending, Stooping, Pushing, Pulling – 10%
  6. Lifting

Light – 1-15 pounds – frequently

Medium – 16 – 25 pounds – occasionally

  1. Carrying distance – Up to 50 feet occasionally.
  2. Environment – Office with central heat and air.

 

 

 

Layout Fabricator – Weidemann

Description Summary

Reporting to the Weidematic Supervisor, the Weidematic Layout Fabricator is a detail-oriented, skilled employee who uses blueprints, tape measure, square, brake press, shear, and 45-ton turret press to fabricate steel parts for production of food and battery handling equipment.  Daily, Layout Fabricators use shop math skills including knowledge of angles.  They recognize and measure steel of various types and sizes, use good oral communication skills, listening skills, and their ability to learn.  They apply their knowledge of shop safety at all times, i.e., when using standard shop tools, equipment, grinders and fork trucks.  The Layout Fabricator candidate must be able work independently and in cooperation with other employees and interact with all levels of management and supervision. The Fabricator should be able to set-up and operate a shear, brake press, and with some training, the 45-ton turret press.

 

Essential Functions:

  1. ABILITY TO READ TAPE MEASURE.
  2. Accurately read and interpret blueprints.
  3. Comply with Shop and Department Safety Rules and practices.
  4. Accurately identify and measure steel from stock.
  5. Safely operate grinders, shears, brake presses and turret press.
  6. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds and carry for distances to 15 feet.
  7. Other duties as assigned.

 

Essential Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities and Other Attributes:

  1. Knowledge of Shop and Electrical Safety and safe equipment operating practices.
  2. Ability to accurately read and interpret blueprints.
  3. Ability to learn new equipment and to accomplish one-of-a-kind and prototype layouts.
  4. Reading comprehension skills sufficient to understand written directions; shop math skills sufficient to accurately make basic calculations necessary to complete assigned jobs.
  5. Mechanical aptitude.
  6. Ability to focus with many distractions in a noisy work environment.
  7. Detail-oriented.
  8. Strong work-ethic (i.e., committed to high-quality, punctual/good attendance, stays busy and productive).
  9. Ability to work alone or with others and to interact with all levels of management.

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.

Material Handler – Welding Department

DESCRIPTION

In a fast-paced, manufacturing facility, the Material Handler for the welding department places materials/parts in designated locations both physically and virtually by logging moves into the ERP system. The Material Handler locates and retrieves materials necessary for assigned jobs, including delivering materials to welding workstations primarily by use of a Fork Truck. Organization skills and data entry are essential to this position. The successful candidate must have attention to detail, be computer literate, and have the ability to identify different types of steel, stock items, and manufactured parts.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  1. Attendance- present at scheduled shift to perform assigned tasks.
  2. Comply with Shop and Department Safety Rules and practices.
  3. Read shipping logs, bills of lading, job orders, and packing lists.
  4. Accurately identify parts.
  5. Must be knowledgeable of Shop Floor Locations.
  6. Log accurate locations of parts/materials into the ERP system.
  7. Safely operate forklift and overhead cranes.
  8. Other duties as assigned

 

ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  1. Strong organizational skills
  2. Ability to prioritize and accomplish multiple tasks under tight deadlines.
  3. Detail-oriented.
  4. Strong work-ethic (i.e., committed to high-quality, punctual/good attendance, stays busy and productive).
  5. Knowledge of Computer Systems and ERP Software.
  6. Ability to work alone or with others and to interact with all levels of management.

 

 

CONDITIONS

  1. Hours per day – 6:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Thursday with occasional 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.

MIG Welder

DESCRIPTION

In a fast-paced, manufacturing facility, the Fit-up Welder reads and uses blueprints, tape measure, square, appropriate MIG welding machine to fit-up, tack, and finish welding for mild steel products.  Requires shop math skills including knowledge of angles.  Requires knowledge of general shop practices and shop safety.  Must be able to recognize and measure various steel types and sizes.  Studies indicate that the noise from welding equipment exceed OSHA limitations during an 8-hour weighted average.  This position will require a hearing conservation baseline and entry into the hearing conservation program.  The use of hearing protection is a requirement of this position. Requires good oral communication skills, listening skills, and ability to learn. Works independently and in cooperation with other employees.   Operates forklift truck, overhead cranes and hoists.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  1. Attendance- present at scheduled shift to perform assigned tasks.
  2. Comply with Shop and Department Safety Rules and practices.
  3. Safely operate MIG welding equipment, grinders, band saws, and pneumatic tools.
  4. Accurately read and interpret blueprints.
  5. Ability to fit-up, tack, and finish welding for mild steel and stainless-steel products within close tolerances.
  6. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds and carry for distances to 25 feet.
  7. Other duties may be assigned.

 

 

CONDITIONS

  1. Hours per day – 6:00am to 4:30pm, Monday through Thursday, with occasional opportunities for overtime.
  2. Work Breaks – 2 10-minute breaks daily, 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 at or above 85db.

Combination Welder

DESCRIPTION

In a fast-paced, manufacturing facility, the Fit-up Welder reads and uses blueprints, tape measure, square, appropriate MIG/TIG welding machine to fit-up, tack, and finish welding for mild steel and stainless-steel products.  Requires shop math skills including knowledge of angles.  Requires knowledge of general shop practices and shop safety.  Must be able to recognize and measure various steel types and sizes. Requires good oral communication skills, listening skills, and ability to learn. Works independently and in cooperation with other employees. Operates forklift truck, overhead cranes, and hoists.

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  1. Attendance- present at scheduled shift to perform assigned tasks.
  2. Comply with Shop and Department Safety Rules and practices.
  3. Safely operate MIG/TIG welding equipment, grinders, band saws, and pneumatic tools.
  4. Accurately read and interpret blueprints.
  5. Ability to fit-up, tack, and finish welding for mild steel and stainless-steel products within close tolerances.
  6. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds and carry for distances to 25 feet.
  7. Other duties may be assigned.

 

CONDITIONS

  1. Hours per day – 6:00am to 4:30pm, Mon. through Thurs., with occasional overtime
  2. Work Breaks – 30-minute Lunch, 2, 15-minute breaks daily, 1 morning/1 afternoon
  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

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.