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  • May 25, 2016 8:29 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Lockheed Martin in Oldsmar has open positions for both summer interns and electronic assemblers.

    Follow this link:
    https://search.lockheedmartinjobs.com/ListJobs/ByKeyword/Oldsmar/

  • May 19, 2016 3:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    LEAD INSPECTOR
    Position Objective:
    Responsible for insuring all inspections are performed and adequate for all areas of manufacturing. Also, responsible for assigning and directing inspectors in their daily task.

    Essential Functions May Include:

    • Coordinate daily inspection activities for assigned personnel
    • Instruct Inspection Personnel as needed
    • Resolve inspection and manufacturing concerns
    • Interpretation of drawings/specs
    • C.M.M. and manual gauging inspections
    • Releasing materials for production operation
    • Liaison between manufacturing and all inspection activities
    • Review job history
    • Verify operation gauging
    • Maintain proper documentation
    • SPC review and applications
    • Gauging application and adequacy
    • Maintain all proper documentation
    • Assist in all quality control activities as directed

    This list of essential functions is not intended to be exhaustive. H. & S. Swansons’ Tool Company reserves the right to revise this job description as needed to comply with actual job requirements.

    Qualifications
    Requirements
    :

    • High School Diploma or GED equivalent
    • A minimum of 1 yr. practical experience in a machine shop inspection function
    • Computer knowledge


    Preferred:

    • Leadership Ability


    Skills:

    • Standard inspection tools
    • Advanced gauging
    • C.M.M.'s. operation process sheets
    • Quality system documentation
    • Advanced geometric tolerance/print interpretation
    • Mil Spec. interpretation
    • Advanced blueprint reading
    • Advanced math skills
    • C.M.M. use
    • Ability to understand military and customer specifications/drawings
    • Ability of color distinction using Pseudochromatic Plates testing or equivalent method
    • Minimum of 20/25 vision corrected or uncorrected in one eye using Jaeger type 1 test or equivalent method
    • Effective verbal and written communication skills


    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: (N=Needed P=Preferred)

    • Sitting N
    • Standing N
    • Walking P
    • Lifting N up to 50 lbs.
    • Carrying N
    • Kneeling P
    • Pushing/Pulling N
    • Bending/Stooping N
    • Climbing -- Reaching N
    • Crawling/Crouching -- Repetitive Motion N

    Please send cover letter and resume to: Susanne.harris@hsswansons.com
    We are an EEO/AA Employer - We are a Drug Free Workplace

  • May 13, 2016 5:42 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Planner Supervisor

    The following represent brief/broad descriptions. It is not intended, nor should it be construed, to represent a comprehensive and/or exhaustive description of all duties/responsibilities and requisite skills associated with the position.

    Summary
    Assist in coordinating production scheduling activities. Release work orders in proper sequence to production to meet the Master schedule. Has backup responsibilities placing purchase orders as needed. Maintain accurate dates in Dataflo system to support schedule. Maintain product lines as assigned from start to close of work orders.

    Essential Duties And Responsibilities
    •Insure material requirements are met to support the Master Schedule.
    •Responsible for review of forecast and release of production orders to the manufacturing floor, assign serial numbers upon release of WO when required.
    •Review production shortages.
    •Responsible for preparing work order packets for release to production floor in a timely manner (BOOs and Pick list as required).
    •Expedite purchasing and/or manufacturing for shortages.
    •Coordinate production plan with supervisors/group leaders.
    •Responsible for monitoring movement of materials through the manufacturing floor.
    •Responsible to monitor production issues and coordinate with the Master Scheduler for any change in the master schedule.
    •Closely review all work orders for their validity and maintain completion dates. Advise Supply Chain Manager when issues arise that move dates out.
    •Research unexpected part shortages and address root cause.
    •Responsible for insuring scrap and rejections are acted upon in a timely manner.
    •Coordinate RMA with returns and issue WO.
    •Prepares and provides reports and status of materials as needed by management.
    •The Production Planner may have additional assignments related to planning/scheduling, as deemed appropriate by the Master Production Scheduler and Supply Chain Manager.
    •Works overtime on an as-needed basis.

    Education and/or Experience
    Two to three years of product implementation experience or progressive experience on the job. Contract manufacturing experience beneficial.

    Skills & Knowledge

    •Ability to identify products and their options.
    •Knowledge of integrated computer systems (i.e., discrete manufacturing environment) and data entry.
    •MRP, ERP.
    •Understanding of Bill of Material structure.

    Our Compensation Package includes a Competitive Salary, Paid Vacation and Holidays, 401(k) Plan, Health, Dental and Vision Insurance; Life and Short/Long Term Disability Insurance and Educational Assistance. We are a Drug Free Workplace and Equal Opportunity Employer.

    Apply Online at www.beckwithelectric.com
    E-mail:
    jobs@beckwithelectric.com using reference Job# RG160015
    Mail:
    Human Resources Job# RG160015
    Beckwith Electric, 6190 118th Avenue North, Largo, FL 33773
    Fax: (727) 545-7612, Attn: Human Resources, Re: Job# RG160015
    In Person: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

    Beckwith Electric, 6190 118th Avenue North, Largo, FL 33773
    The job description does not necessarily describe all duties/responsibilities and requisite skills associated with the position.

  • May 13, 2016 5:05 PM | Anonymous

    Position:    Fiberglass Boat Cleaners

    Payrate:     $10.00 to $12.00 per hr. depending on related work experience

       Temporary to hire

    Hours:       6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

    Location:    Bradenton FL

     

    DESCRIPTION:

    Under direction of a supervisor, effectively and efficiently cleans dirt, compound, glue, saw dust and any other foreign matter that may appear in boats prior to shipping. 

    Assist in other areas when boats are not ready to be cleaned. 

    Performs other duties as directed by supervisor.

    DESIRED REQUIREMENTS:

    Uses power drill, grinder, buffer and spray gun.

    Must be a clear drug screen and criminal background reports to be considered.   Applicants must have High School diploma or GED.

    1.  read blueprints
    2.  mix paint, ingredients, or chemicals, according to specifications
    3.  use spray application production equipment
    4.  examine products or work to verify conformance to specifications
    5.  fabricate, assemble, or disassemble manufactured products by hand
    6.  perform repetitive tasks in assembly setting
    7.  measure, weigh, or count products or materials
    8.  read specifications
    9.  read work order, instructions, formulas, or processing charts
    10. use hand or power tools


    PLEASE APPLY DIRECTLY at jmiresource.com.


    Position:    Fiberglass Boat Cleaners

    Payrate:     $10.00 to $12.00 per hr. depending on related work experience

       Temporary to hire

    Hours:       6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

    Location:    Bradenton FL

     

    DESCRIPTION:

    Under direction of a supervisor, effectively and efficiently cleans dirt, compound, glue, saw dust and any other foreign matter that may appear in boats prior to shipping. 

    Assist in other areas when boats are not ready to be cleaned. 

    Performs other duties as directed by supervisor.

    DESIRED REQUIREMENTS:

    Uses power drill, grinder, buffer and spray gun.

    Must be a clear drug screen and criminal background reports to be considered.   Applicants must have High School diploma or GED.

    1.  read blueprints
    2.  mix paint, ingredients, or chemicals, according to specifications
    3.  use spray application production equipment
    4.  examine products or work to verify conformance to specifications
    5.  fabricate, assemble, or disassemble manufactured products by hand
    6.  perform repetitive tasks in assembly setting
    7.  measure, weigh, or count products or materials
    8.  read specifications
    9.  read work order, instructions, formulas, or processing charts
    10. use hand or power tools


    PLEASE APPLY DIRECTLY at jmiresource.com.

  • May 13, 2016 11:56 AM | Anonymous

    Machinist

    Requirements:

    Ability to operate manual machine shop equipment

    Repair and manufacture new replacement parts from blueprints and samples.

    Must have experience utilizing the following: lathes, vertical and horizontal boring mills, drill press, knee mills, surface grinders

    Hours:    

    1st and 2nd shift positions available

    Education:

    High School or equivalent

    Experience:  

    5 years experience as a machinist


    Location: Lakeland, FL

    Salary:    $16 - $21 per hour depending on experience

    Apply:     www.JMIresource.com

    Job:         Machinist - MAC-15-00002


  • May 13, 2016 11:05 AM | Anonymous

    APPLICANTS PLEASE APPLY DIRECTLY TO WWW.JMIRESOURCES.COM


    Position:  Fiberglass Laminators

    Payrate: $12.00 per hr. depending to related work experience, temporary to hire

    Hours:   Monday - Friday, 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 

    Location: Bradenton FL

    • Under the direction of a supervisor, effectively and efficiently places fiberglass material directly onto mixture of fiberglass particles, MEK and resin (which was sprayed by chopper gun operator).  Rolls out fiberglass material ensuring that all air bubbles are removed. 
    • Performs other duties as directed by supervisor
    • Must have at least one year worked related experience.
    • Must be experienced and skilled in rolling fiberglass.  Must know hull and/or deck construction.
    Job Requirements: Shown on Web

    Must be a clear drug screen and criminal background reports to be considered.   

    Minimum Skill Requirements:  Must be able to read and write.  High school diploma or GED preferred.  

    Physical Requirements:  Including, but not limited to:  climbing, stooping, kneeling, reaching, lifting up to 80 lbs, stretching, squatting and bending.   May work on knees, seated, laying down, standing up.  May require individual to be in awkward positions.

    Environmental Conditions:  Exposed to heat, cold, dust, fumes, and some outside weather conditions.  May be exposed to acetone, resin, fiberglass, putties, glues, cleaners.

     

    Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Level:  Level D.  Generally a work uniform that suits the job at hand.  This level is used when no breathing or respiratory hazard is known to exist.  The equipment used various with the situation.  May include coveralls; chemical-resistant boots with a steel toe and shank; safety glasses or chemical splash goggles; other options as needed such as gloves, outer chemical-resistant boots, face shield, hard hat and hearing protection

    Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Requirements:  Chemical resistant clothing; chemical-resistant gloves; chemical resistant boots closed-toed rubber soled shoes; safety glasses.

    Additional Training/Certifications Requirements:  Right to Know Training.

    Hazardous Waste Training Level:  Awareness Level.  Need to know what to do in case of a chemical or hazardous waste emergency.  May include sounding an alarm, notifying a supervisor, safely collecting and communicate information, evacuating the area, returning to the area only when told it’s safe.


  • May 13, 2016 10:51 AM | Anonymous

    APPLICANTS PLEASE APPLY DIRECTLY TO WWW.JMIRESOURCE.COM


    Position:   Mold Repair

    Payrate: $12.00 per hr. depending on related work experience, temporary to hire

    Hours:    Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. - 2 p.m. 

    Location: Bradenton FL

    Finish, repairs molds instead of actual part. (Details)

    • Cleans and hand waxes boat molds. 
    • Includes decks, hulls and small parts.
    • Exposed to cleaning agents, wax and dust.
    • Required to climb, stoop, kneel, reach, stretch, squat and bend.  May work on knees, seated, laying down, standing up.  May require individual to be in awkward positions.
    • Must be agile and able to climb easily in and out of fiberglass molds and mold parts.
    • Must possess ability to lift 20-25 pounds.

    Must have at least 3-5 years of finishing experience

    Job Requirements: Shown on Web

    Must be a clear drug screen and criminal background reports to be considered.   

    Minimum Skill Requirements:  Must be able to read and write.  High school diploma or GED preferred.  

    Physical Requirements:  Including, but not limited to:  climbing, stooping, kneeling, reaching, lifting up to 80 lbs, stretching, squatting and bending.   May work on knees, seated, laying down, standing up.  May require individual to be in awkward positions.

    Environmental Conditions:  Exposed to heat, cold, dust, fumes, and some outside weather conditions.  May be exposed to acetone, resin, fiberglass, putties, glues, cleaners.

    Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Level:  Level D.  Generally a work uniform that suits the job at hand.  This level is used when no breathing or respiratory hazard is known to exist.  The equipment used various with the situation.  May include coveralls; chemical-resistant boots with a steel toe and shank; safety glasses or chemical splash goggles; other options as needed such as gloves, outer chemical-resistant boots, face shield, hard hat and hearing protection

    Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Requirements:  Chemical resistant clothing; chemical-resistant gloves; chemical resistant boots closed-toed rubber soled shoes; safety glasses.

    Additional Training/Certifications Requirements:  Right to Know Training.

    Hazardous Waste Training Level:  Awareness Level.  Need to know what to do in case of a chemical or hazardous waste emergency.  May include sounding an alarm, notifying a supervisor, safely collecting and communicate information, evacuating the area, returning to the area only when told it’s safe.


  • May 13, 2016 10:42 AM | Anonymous

    Position:    WarehouseTech. (Materal Handler)

    Payrate: $12.00 per hr.. temporary to hire

    Hours:    Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

    Location: Bradenton FL

    General knowledge of boat building, auto mechanics and/or assembly in a manufacturing environment strongly preferred.

    1.      Parts picker - Receives all incoming materials, audits each shipment for correctness distributes stores and processes all necessary paperwork. 

    2.      Maintains a minimum level of inventory.

    3.      Moves and distributes materials using fork lifts, power lifts and pallet jacks. 

    4.      Packs and labels materials using a prescribed consistent format.

    5.      Fills order requests from packing lists. 

    6.      Ensures the maintenance, security, organization and neatness of the caged, caulk and epoxy storage areas and loading dock. 

    7.      Ensure all material and equipment going out and returned is accounted for and verifies all containers are loaded securely before shipping.

    8.      Performs all related duties as assigned.

     

     

    Job Requirements: Shown on Web

    Must be a clear drug screen and criminal background reports to be considered.  

    Physical Requirements:  Including, but not limited to:  bending, climbing, crawling, stretching, squatting, kneeling, twisting, reaching, walking and lifting up to 50 pounds.  May work on knees, seated, laying down, standing up.  May require individual to be in awkward positions.

    Environmental Conditions:  Exposed to heat, cold, dust, fumes, and some outside weather conditions.  May be exposed to acetone, putties, glues, adhesive cleaners, caulking, transmission fluids, lubricants.

    Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Level:  Level D.  Generally a work uniform that suits the job at hand.  This level is used when no breathing or respiratory hazard is known to exist.  The equipment used various with the situation.  May include coveralls; chemical-resistant boots with a steel toe and shank; safety glasses or chemical splash goggles; other options as needed such as gloves, outer chemical-resistant boots, face shield, hard hat and hearing protection

    Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Requirements:  Safety Glasses.  Closed-toed, closed-heeled rubber soled footwear.

    Additional Training/Certifications Requirements:  Right to Know Training.

    Hazardous Waste Training Level:  Awareness Level.  Need to know what to do in case of a chemical or hazardous waste emergency.  May include sounding an alarm, notifying a supervisor, safely collecting and communicate information, evacuating the area, returning to the area only when told it’s safe.


  • May 13, 2016 10:40 AM | Anonymous

    Applicants please apply directly to www.jmiresource.com

    Position:  Electrical Riggers

    Payrate: $14.00 per hr. depending on experience, temporary to hire

    Hours:  Monday - Friday, 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

    Location: Bradenton FL

     Hook-up electronics  - Takes care of the final stages and makes sure stereo, gages, etc. are all correctly connected and takes care of any troubleshooting.

    • Tool (air, power and hand) experience is required to assemble various parts in the manufacturing process of boats.

     

    • Must learn and follow assembly instructions for the above parts on varied models of boats. 

     

    • Using assembled parts, prepares decks and hulls of boats for next (final rigging) step on production line. 

     

     

    Job Requirements: Shown on Web

    Must be a clear drug screen and criminal background reports to be considered.   Applicants must have High School diploma or GED.

    Must have at least 1-3 yrs. of job related experience

    Exposed to dust and heat.

    Requires frequent climbing, bending, lifting, crawling and stretching in order to attach parts in and on boat hulls and decks in production process.

    Physical Requirements:  Including, but not limited to:  bending, climbing, crawling, stretching, squatting, kneeling, twisting, reaching, walking and lifting up to 50 pounds.  May work on knees, seated, laying down, standing up.  May require individual to be in awkward positions.

    Environmental Conditions:  Exposed to heat, cold, dust, fumes, and some outside weather conditions.  May be exposed to acetone, putties, glues, adhesive cleaners, caulking, transmission fluids, lubricants.

    Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Level:  Level D.  Generally a work uniform that suits the job at hand.  This level is used when no breathing or respiratory hazard is known to exist.  The equipment used various with the situation.  May include coveralls; chemical-resistant boots with a steel toe and shank; safety glasses or chemical splash goggles; other options as needed such as gloves, outer chemical-resistant boots, face shield, hard hat and hearing protection

    Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Requirements:  Safety Glasses.  Closed-toed, closed-heeled rubber soled footwear.

    Additional Training/Certifications Requirements:  Right to Know Training.

    Hazardous Waste Training Level:  Awareness Level.  Need to know what to do in case of a chemical or hazardous waste emergency.  May include sounding an alarm, notifying a supervisor, safely collecting and communicate information, evacuating the area, returning to the area only when told it’s safe.



  • May 13, 2016 10:39 AM | Anonymous

    APPLICANTS PLEASE APPLY DIRECTLY TO WWW.JMIRESOURCE.COM

    Position:  Detailer/Paint Preparer

    Payrate: $12.00 per hr. depending on experience, temporary to hire

    Hours:   6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday

    Location: Bradenton FL

    General knowledge of boat building, auto mechanics and/or assembly in a manufacturing environment strongly preferred.  Must be mechanically inclined and have working knowledge of the use of hand and air tools such as screwdrivers, drills, mini-saws, grinders, wrenches, screwdrivers, hammers, channel locks, pliers, wrenches & sockets, nut runners/ drivers, measuring tape, wire crimpers/strippers, rubber mallets, claw hammers, utility knifes, etc.

    The list below is not required however is good skills to have for the position.

    1.  read blueprints
    2.  mix paint, ingredients, or chemicals, according to specifications
    3.  use spray application production equipment
    4.  examine products or work to verify conformance to specifications
    5.  fabricate, assemble, or disassemble manufactured products by hand
    6.  perform repetitive tasks in assembly setting
    7.  measure, weigh, or count products or materials
    8.  read specifications
    9.  read work order, instructions, formulas, or processing charts
    10. use hand or power tools

     

    Job Requirements: Shown on Web

    Must be a clear drug screen and criminal background reports to be considered.  

    Minimum Skill Requirements:  Must be able to read and write.  High school diploma or GED preferred.  

    Physical Requirements:  Including, but not limited to:  bending, climbing, crawling, stretching, squatting, kneeling, twisting, reaching, walking and lifting up to 50 pounds.  May work on knees, seated, laying down, standing up.  May require individual to be in awkward positions.

    Environmental Conditions:  Exposed to heat, cold, dust, fumes, and some outside weather conditions.  May be exposed to acetone, putties, glues, adhesive cleaners, caulking, transmission fluids, lubricants.

    Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Level:  Level D.  Generally a work uniform that suits the job at hand.  This level is used when no breathing or respiratory hazard is known to exist.  The equipment used various with the situation.  May include coveralls; chemical-resistant boots with a steel toe and shank; safety glasses or chemical splash goggles; other options as needed such as gloves, outer chemical-resistant boots, face shield, hard hat and hearing protection

    Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Requirements:  Safety Glasses.  Closed-toed, closed-heeled rubber soled footwear.

    Additional Training/Certifications Requirements:  Right to Know Training.

    Hazardous Waste Training Level:  Awareness Level.  Need to know what to do in case of a chemical or hazardous waste emergency.  May include sounding an alarm, notifying a supervisor, safely collecting and communicate information, evacuating the area, returning to the area only when told it’s safe.

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