Are you looking for a company that has shown persistence in improving their company? This company was first founded in 1927 the owners garage. Then with the stock market crash they did not have jobs in the shop, but with the owners persistence they grew to a 175,000 sq. ft. location by 1950. So if you are looking for a company that was to grow and you want to grow with it this is your opportunity.
Set-up, adjust and operate punch presses to perform operations such as punch, blank, form, coin, etc. on a variety of generally heavy work having close dimensional and quality requirements
Position and align die members and secure by bolting bottom section to press bed or bolster plate, secure top section to ram by using ram T slot bolts and nuts; set stripper or ejecting arrangement and safety operating devices
Set up multiple-purpose adjustable punching dies for dimensional requirements for specific jobs
Setup and synchronize automatic material feeds
Operate press to produce pilot piece for inspection and check subsequent pieced to maintain required dimensions and quality; adjust ram stroke, die members or gauges to correct variances
Use a scale, calipers, micrometers, templates patterns or samples to set up and check work
Select proper statistical tools to maintain process control.
Responsible for maintaining required standards of quality.
Ability to stand for eight hours a day
Ability to pick up and move parts up to 20 pounds apiece continuously for eight hours a day
Ability to work independently
Ability to communicate effectively to co-workers and supervisory personnel clearly and concisely
Fork lift experience a plus
Ability to speak and read English
Pay, hours, and benefits:
1st shift - Position is on 1st shift for the first 90 days, after 90 days it may transfer to an off shift.
$13.67/hr. to start
Extensive benefits package is available.
If you are interested in this opportunity please send a resume to: