Location: Metro Detroit
Fork Lift Operator/Machine Operator
$12.00 to $13.00 minimum to start
Job Description: Experienced fork lift driver and machine operator positions. Daily duties consist of loading and unloading semi-trucks and working on the shipping docks. Shot blast machine operation for which we will train you.
Job Requirements: Previous Fork Truck Certification required. Valid driver’s license or state identification, high school diploma preferred, undergo drug screening, pass a physical examination, and undergo a criminal background investigation.
Job openings are on second and third shift only; 3pm-11:00pm, or 11pm-7:00am. These positions will require training on day shift from 7am-3:00 pm for an unspecified amount of time and then a transfer to the off shift hired for. You must also be willing to accept a position at any of our four plant locations which are within a ten mile radius of each other.
Entry Level Ductwork and Exhaust Cleaning Laborer
Entry level union position with varied hours that requires applicant to be dependable, possess your own reliable transportation, ability to work ANY shift: days, afternoons or midnights and be able to pass a drug test. Duties include performing the cleaning of commercial/industrial ductwork and H.V.A.C. systems and degreasing of kitchen exhaust systems. No experience necessary.
CNC Set-up and Maintenance Tech
Full-time Days: 6 am -4:30 pm and 6 am – 2 pm Sat/Sun as scheduled
Afternoons: 4:25 pm – 4:00 am and 2 pm – 9 pm Sat/Sun as scheduled
1. Troubleshoot tooling, process concerns and chronic machine problems
2. Edit CNC programs
3. Test new products (tooling and work holding)
4. Complete repair maintenance activities
5. Participate in problem solving
6. Housekeeping of tool room area
7. Assist with training for operators on machining & PM tasks (also New Hire Training if designated)
8. Cycle time reductions
9. Participate in APQP/PPAP process and implementation of new processes
10. Perform production set ups
11. If capable or directed, troubleshoot electrical problems, wire equipment, do PLC implementation and program management (at Pontiac, Michigan)