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  • May 03, 2021 4:05 PM | Anonymous member

    Experience:

    • Any previous quality control experience is welcome.
    • any previous manufacturing experience is welcome.
    • Previous experience in machine troubleshooting is preferred.
    • This position requires on the job training.

    Essential Functions:

    • Manufacture polyimide tubing and monitor lots to ensure they meet the product and customer requirements.
    • Inspect and receive production materials to ensure they meet product requirements prior to use.
    • Perform random final inspections.
    • Collect data for customers, if required.
    • Capable of reading customer drawings and following specifications on them.
    • Following MicroLumen's procedures is essential.
    • Ability to work well with others and communicate effectively.
    • Must be flexible in working hours.
    • Judgment is required when ovens and other equipment are malfunctioning.
    • Judgment is required to modify production parameters if production run is in danger of being out of specification.
    • Care is required to avoid minor burns.
    • Strong analytical skills to analyze and resolve problems effectively.

    Physical Requirements:

    • Moderate physical requirements.  Ability to lift up to 70 lbs. is required.
    • good hand dexterity to handle and use micrometers.
    • Must be able to work in a room with temperature variation.  


    Reply to careers@microlumen.com

  • May 03, 2021 10:52 AM | Anonymous member

    Molex is seeking a committed Setup Assembly Operator to work first shift and safely setup and operate automated assembly equipment using detailed instructions, perform daily inspections, and follow packaging procedures. You will work in a climate controlled and safety dedicated environment. Molex offers 10 paid holidays and excellent benefits. 

    What You Will Do In Your Role

    • Operate fully automated assembly equipment to required volume level
    • Perform changeovers for tracks, feeder bowls, and other machine components
    • Load, align, and operate assembly machine per the instructions
    • Monitor machine for problems and troubleshoot problems

    The Experience You Will Bring

    Requirements:

    • Able to use the necessary quality tools as it relates to this position.
    • Able to proactively work independently as well as with others with limited supervision
    • Able to effectively communicate verbally and in writing
    • Basic computer skills and the ability to stand for the duration of the shift and lift up to 35 pounds

    What Will Put You Ahead

    Previous Manufacturing experience


  • May 03, 2021 10:39 AM | Anonymous member

    Come enjoy excellent benefits, a climate-controlled facility and collaborate with a talented team here at Molex. We are looking for someone who is a dynamic and safety minded Machine Operator for a premium 2nd shift role. 

    What You Will Do In Your Role

    • Proactively work independently as well as with others under limited supervision
    • Operate assembly machines at performance and quality standards
    • Cross-train and rotate between departments as customer demands require
    • Fix simple mechanical problems, such as breaking machine a jam
    • Package and label finished products into the proper containers

    The Experience You Will Bring

    Requirements:

    • Basic math functions such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division
    • Perform various measuring and record keeping inspection procedures
    • Accurately complete all required paperwork
    • Basic computer skills and the ability to lift up to 35 pounds

    What Will Put You Ahead

    Previous Manufacturing Experience 


  • April 01, 2021 12:39 PM | Anonymous member

    POSITION: Warehouse Storekeeper

    LOCATION: Tampa, FL

    PAY RATE: $13.50 per hour

    HOURS: 3:15pm to 11:45pm with two consecutive days off

    Responsibilities:

    ·         Shipping and Receiving

    ·         Inventory Control

    ·         Manage Storeroom

    ·         Maintains storage and supply areas

    ·         Maintains authorized stock levels

    ·         Completes reports and maintains records, forms, and reports (electronic and paper)

    ·         Parts research from stock lists and manuals to assign stock numbers to parts

    Requirements:

    ·         A high school education or equivalent

    ·         One year experience in aircraft storekeeping, inventory, material control, and/or shipping and receiving.

    ·         Familiar with aircraft stock catalogues, aircraft components, parts or stock lists, etc., and be able to look up part numbers. (Preferred)

    ·         Ability to perform physical labor and accurately follow verbal or written instructions.

    ·         Must be able to use hand tools and equipment such as hammers, saw, crow bars, hand and jack trucks.

    ·         Must be able to read and write legibly.

    ·         Must have working knowledge of operation of a motor vehicle, fork lift, etc.

    ·         Must possess some knowledge of handling, transporting, shipping, and disposal of hazardous materials.

    ·         Must have an understanding and working knowledge of hazardous material handling and disposal as related to the job assignment.

    ·         Must be able to operate computer equipment and programs when given proper training.

    ·         Must have a Valid Driver’s License

    ·         Must qualify for airport SIDA badge

    ·         General Computer Skills

    Job Type: Full-time

    Contact Joy at joy@jmirsource.com



  • April 01, 2021 12:38 PM | Anonymous member

    POSITION:  Production Control Monitor 

    LOCATION:  Tampa, FL

    HOURS:  3:15pm to 11:45pm with two consecutive days off TBD

    DUTIES:

    1.       Controls and coordinates job cards. Ensures that employee is assigned and working proper pre-assigned jobs using a computerized wand system. Uses work packages, job control cards, labor-hour estimates, job descriptions, project categories, charge numbers, to meet established schedules.

    2.       Monitors complete and incomplete job cards. Makes reports, as required, on status of schedule.

    3.     Notes data, number of hours charged to card, and number of established budget hours.

    4.     Performs general clerical duties, to include setting up files, reproducing paperwork, and entering and collecting computerized data.

    5.     Audits completed work cards. Projects data to show effects of complete and/or incomplete work.

    6.     Updates project flow as required and directed by the Supervisor.

    Additional Duties

    • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisors necessary for the normal day to day operation, not determined at time of hire.

    Job Requirements

    • Ability to perform work utilizing a computer for extended periods of time.
    • Ability to withstand intermittent moderate noise levels.
    • Ability to see close (clear vision at 20 feet or more).

    Contact Joy at joy@jmiresource.com

  • April 01, 2021 12:26 PM | Anonymous member

    JOB TITLE: Maintenance Mechanic Assistant
    LOCATION: Sarasota, FL
    WORK HOURS: Monday to Friday: 4:00 PM to 1:00 AM (approx.) Saturday: Occasionally
    PAY RATE: $14.00 to $16.00 per hour (DOE)
    JOB DESCRIPTION 

    • Requires ability to properly clean, lubricate, and adjust parts, equipment, and machinery. 
    • Disassemble machinery and equipment to remove parts and make repairs. 
    • Examine parts for defects such as breakage and excessive wear. 
    • Ability to work with airborne dust and dirt particles, along with various climatic temperatures. 
    • Lifting, climbing, reaching, bending, and stooping required. 
    • Additional duties as requested by Maintenance Manager and Plant Mnager 

      REQUIREMENTS 
    • Valid Driver's License 
    • Working knowledge of the occupational hazards and necessary safety precautions in the operation of equipment. 
    • Working knowledge of the operating and repair characteristics of equipment. 
    • 2 Years of general mechanic experience 
    • 1 year of industrial mechanic experience preferred 
    • Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions. 

    PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS 

    • Ability to sit or stand for extended periods of time 
    • Ability to understand verbal and written instructions in English 
    • Ability to routinely lift 30 or more pounds 
    • Hand eye coordination 
    • Ability to stoop, kneel, bend, and twist at the waist 
    • Ability to tolerate heat 
    • Ability to go up ladder 
    • Work in a constant state of alertness and safe manner 
    • Ability to accurately gauge lengths of time and distance 
    • Ability to perform tasks involving high levels of cognitive function and judgment 
    • Not mentally or physically impaired from any cause that can adversely affect ability to safely and competently perform the job duties and functions ENVIRONMENT 
    • High heat during summer months 
    • High particulate matter content in air 
    • High noise 
    • High traffic environment 
    • Operates under cover but may require outside activity 
    • Physically demanding 

    Contact Fred at fred@jmiresource.com


  • March 12, 2021 1:57 PM | Anonymous member

    The primary function of a CNC Programmer II / Machinist II is to develop original computer numerical control (CNC) programs, to setup and operate turning and milling machines that produce complex precision parts.  The CNC Programmer II / Machinist II must be able to understand and use 3D models and step files to determine the most efficient steps and tooling to produce the part. This position must also maintain CNC machines with tooling capable of producing quality parts with complex drawing requirements, proper dimensions within pre-specified tolerance levels.

    The CNC Programmer II / Machinist II is also responsible for instructing others in using and developing programs, verifying accuracy of machine settings, detecting malfunctions and out-of-tolerance machining and for working with Engineering to develop and interpret complex drawings and models.  This position is also responsible for using measuring instruments and equipment to produce quality parts in an efficient and safe manner without significant scrap or rework. This position is expected to work with limited supervision and instruction while providing instruction and guidance to others with respect to equipment, drawings and programs.  

    EXPERIENCE / EDUCATION:

    • 10 plus years of programming, CNC milling and turning and manual machinist experience 

    • Knowledge and ability to develop, interpret and make corrections to CNC programs; Certificate a plus

    • Extensive knowledge of commonly used concepts, practices and standard operating procedures

    • Knowledge and skill in reading, understanding and interpreting complex drawings and specifications

    OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

    • Math, programming and other technical skills sufficient to understand complex shop drawings and models

    • Problem-solving skills and analytical skills sufficient to prevent and resolve equipment issues and errors.

    • Attention to detail with demonstrable mechanical and technical aptitude; Engineering coursework a plus

    • Able to enter SFE labor and job-related transactions

    • Able to ensure safety of self and others through proper use of equipment and machinery

    • Work well with others in a hands-on, team-based work environment

    MEASURE OF PERFORMANCE:

    • Volume and Quality of work with minimal scrap, rework and waste

    • Safety and maintenance

    • Employee efficiency

    Email Resume & References to DValloreo@farmermold.com

  • March 03, 2021 7:51 PM | Anonymous member

    GA Foods is seeking an Industrial Maintenance Mechanic III to join our One Team in our corporate St. Petersburg location. Industrial Maintenance Mechanic III will be responsible to assist the supervisor and maintenance staff in assuring overall equipment effectiveness for all production and manufacturing equipment.  This position will service production and facility equipment, in both electrical and mechanical aspects as well as perform general and preventative maintenance and repair of all fixtures and equipment, facility and building upkeep. The ideal Industrial Maintenance Mechanic III will also provide technical support and supervision, train and mentor mechanics and maintenance crew.

     

    Industrial Maintenance Mechanic III Essential Duties:

    • Maintain a variety of electrical and electronic equipment by repairing, servicing and replacing components such as relays, circuit breakers, motors, wiring and circuit board, packaging equipment repair and electronic connections, timing
    • Service boilers, refrigeration and HVAC units
    • Troubleshoot/retrofit/fabricate and optimize packaging line productivity
    • Provides technical support, trains, mentors, supervises and assists with assignment of maintenance tasks to mechanics and maintenance staff
    • Assist Maintenance Supervisor in inspecting completed repairs and preventive maintenance tasks
    • Set up, maintain and repair high speed production lines (FEMC, Shanklin)
    • Conduct general and preventative maintenance repairs as per assigned work orders
    • Maintain a variety of electrical and electronic equip. by repairing, servicing and replacing components such as relays, circuit breakers, motors, wiring and circuit board, packaging equipment repair and electronic connections, timing
    • Troubleshoot and optimize packaging line productivity
    • May make repairs on electric power tools, lights, fuses and portable electric devices/equip.
    • Grease and oil motors and production equip.
    • Bend and install conduit, pull and terminate wires, replace motors and motor starters
    • Coordinate and follow up on maintenance tasks
    • Maintain CMMS and order parts/inventory/recordkeeping as required
    • Conduct general and preventative maintenance and repair on HVAC, refrigeration, equipment, plumbing (faucets, drains, etc.), general facility, fixtures and building upkeep
    • Perform other tasks within skill level as assigned by supervisor/higher level mechanics
    • Fully versed with building alarm systems
    • Troubleshoot maintenance problems in accordance with established procedures
    • Understand and follow established safety procedures, including but not limited to PPE, LOTO, Hazcom, etc.
    • Participate in mandatory and other training, both internal and external
    • Maintain working equipment and tools
    • Other duties assigned by management

    Industrial Maintenance Mechanic III Qualifications:

    • Demonstrated mastery of maintenance skills
    • Prior experience with high speed automated production & packaging equipment, HVAC/refrigeration systems, process controls, high voltage/utility systems and equipment, boilers
    • Knowledge of local codes & regulations
    • Training/certifications/licence in two or more maintenance disciplines
    • Able to troubleshoot/perform all general/preventative maintenance/repair of industrial production equipment, other operating equipment, building & facilities, including analysis & diagnostics
    • Read and interpret schematics, etc.
    • Able to meet employer's attendance standard
    • General office equip. & computer systems, including CMMS
    • Valid FL Driver License
    • Supervisory & coaching skills
    • Good communication skills

    Industrial Maintenance Mechanic III Physical Demands:

    Amount of Time

    • Under 1/3: Taste or smell
    • 1/3 to 2/3: Climb or balance, Stoop/kneel/crouch/crawl
    • Over 2/3: See, Stand, Walk, Sit, Use hands to finger/handle/feel, Reach with hands and arms, Talk or hear
    • Under 1/3: Weight lifting up to 100 lbs.
    • Over 2/3: Weight lifting up to 50 lbs.

     

    Drug-Free Work Place / Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer

     

    For over forty five years, GA Foods has been creating and delivering high quality nutritious and well-balanced meals to seniors, children, military and emergency response. GA Foods sets ourselves apart with flavorful menus tailored to our client's palettes, a delivery service unmatched by the competition and a One Team attitude.

    The GA Foods team is a diverse and energetic group. We are based in beautiful St. Petersburg, Florida, but can be found from California to New Jersey, Texas to Georgia...and even more locations as we have become one of the fastest growing companies in our industry. We thrive on our "One Team" company culture and promote teamwork and leadership within the organization. Looking for a job that will challenge you and motivate you to achieve your highest potential? You have come to the right place.

     


  • March 03, 2021 7:50 PM | Anonymous member

    The team at GA Foods is seeking a skilled Industrial Maintenance Mechanic II to assure overall equipment effectiveness with regard to production lines. The ideal Industrial Maintenance Mechanic II candidate must be able to service production and facility equipment (both electronic and mechanical), maintain the CMMS system, and perform general and preventative maintenance and repair of fixtures and equipment, facility, and building upkeep. 

    Industrial Maintenance Mechanic II Essential Functions: 

    • Set up, maintain and repair high speed production lines (FEMC, Shanklin)
    • Conduct basic general and preventative maintenance repairs as per assigned work orders
    • Maintain a variety of electrical and electronic equipment by repairing, servicing and replacing components such as relays, circuit breakers, motors, wiring and circuit board, packaging equipment repair and electronic connections, timing
    • Troubleshoot and optimize packaging line productivity
    • May make repairs on electric power tools, lights, fuses and portable electric devices/equipment
    • Grease and oil motors and production equipment
    • Bend and install conduit, pull and terminate wires, replace motors and motor starters
    • Coordinate and follow up on maintenance tasks
    • Maintain CMMS and order parts/inventory/recordkeeping as required
    • Conduct general and preventative maintenance and repair on HVAC, equipment, plumbing (faucets, drains), general facility, fixtures and building upkeep
    • Perform other tasks within skill level as assigned by supervisor/higher level mechanics
    • Fully versed with building alarm systems
    • Troubleshoot maintenance problems in accordance with established procedures
    • Understand and follow established safety procedures, including but not limited to PPE, LOTO, Hazcom, etc.
    • Participate in mandatory and other training, both internal and external
    • Maintain working equipment and tools
    • Supervise, mentor, support and assist PI mechanics and maintenance workers as needed
    • Other duties assigned by management

    Industrial Maintenance Mechanic II Qualifications:

    • Experienced in general & preventative maintenance/repair of industrial production equip., other operating equip., building and facilities, including analysis and diagnostics
    • Knowledgeable of local codes and regulations
    • Experienced with all working tools, AC/DC electrical systems, calibrated measuring instruments, hydraulic/pneumatic systems, other
    • Able to read and interpret diagrams, charts, schematics, documents
    • Able to meet employer's attendance standard
    • Familiar with general office equip. & computer systems, including CMMS
    • Specialized training/certification/license in two or more maintenance disciplines
    • Supervisory skills
    • Good communication skills

    Industrial Maintenance Mechanic II Physical Demands:

    Amount of Time:

    • Under 1/3: Taste or smell
    • 1/3 to 2/3: Climb or balance, Stoop/kneel/crouch/crawl
    • Over 2/3: See, Stand, Walk, Sit, Use hands to finger/handle/feel, Reach with hands and arms, Talk or hear
    • Under 1/3: Weight lifting up to 100 lbs.
    • Over 2/3: Weight lifting up to 50 lbs.

    Drug-Free Work Place / Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer   

     

    For over forty five years, GA Foods has been creating and delivering high quality nutritious and well-balanced meals to seniors, children, military and emergency response. GA Foods sets ourselves apart with flavorful menus tailored to our client's palettes, a delivery service unmatched by the competition and an One Team attitude.

    The GA Foods team is a diverse and energetic group.  We are based in beautiful St. Petersburg, Florida, but can be found from California to New Jersey, Texas to Georgia...and even more locations as we have become one of the fastest growing companies in our industry. We thrive on our "One Team" company culture and promote teamwork and leadership within the organization. Looking for a job that will challenge you and motivate you to achieve your highest potential? You have come to the right place.


  • January 26, 2021 9:16 AM | Anonymous member

    Immediate opportunity available for a Bi-lingual Spanish Scale Operator in Tampa, FL. As a Scale Operator, you will use a computerized scale to weigh incoming recycling material, logging information relevant to each load. The Operator will accurately record this data for billing purposes and perform regular audits to ensure appropriate billing. This position requires moderate computer proficiency. Experience in the recycling industry a plus! This is a non-smoking facility.

    Duties Include:
    · Use a computer to record the weights of incoming and outgoing materials.
    · Log information into a centralized database.
    · Calculate costs for drivers based on material weight.
    · Answer customer calls.
    · Maintain a safe, organized working environment.

    Requirements:
    · Intermediate computer proficiency.
    · Must be bilingual in Spanish.
    · Experience in the recycling industry a plus!
    · Basic math skills

    Hours:
    Monday thru Thursday – 6am-4:30pm
    Friday – 6am-4pm
    Saturday – 7am-12pm

    Salary: $12.50/hr.

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