Are you detail oriented and love variety? Fort Recovery Industries needs you! Our Production Associates do a variety of vital operations to help run the Assembly Packaging & Distribution Center operation in order to produce assemblies according to production and quality standards while maintaining equipment in a clean, safe and well-maintained manner. Enjoy working in a team-oriented environment with Part-Time, FLEXIBLE HOURS, predictable weekly schedule & relaxed dress code! NO THIRD SHIFT!
The chosen individuals will be responsible for operating the press after placing castings into cavity and removing scrap, checking samples of parts for quality, performing visual checks for quality finish and make adjustments as required, identifying non confirming products, keeping die clear of debris, keeping track of scrapped parts.
Qualified individuals will be responsible to analyze and repair tooling and equipment, make new components or details as needed to bring tooling and equipment up to production requirements, troubleshoot miscellaneous plant equipment problems to aid in making components to improve productivity or safety, set up and operate a variety of machining equipment using knowledge of machine capabilities, properties of materials and shop practices, analyze specifications from blueprints, sketches, models, descriptions or visualizing product, Mate and assemble parts as needed for mechanisms or assemblies and use a variety of shop measuring equipment such as dial indicators, calipers, micrometers, thickness gages, etc. in the performance of tool making. High School Education is a must. Four (4) years apprenticeship or equivalent in training/experience.
Fort Recovery Industries, Inc. a leading manufacturing of aluminum and zinc die casting, has openings in our Maintenance department. Applicants will be responsible for the PM, repair, and troubleshooting of production as well as plant equipment. Desired skills include Electrical from 3 Phase to low voltage controls, PLC, Hydraulic, Pneumatic, CNC, Robotic, Plumbing, and Welding. This is an excellent opportunity with paid college level technical training and newly established, highly competitive pay rates.
A Manufacturing Engineer position is available. Responsibilities for this position may include but not be limited to research, develop, propose, and implement capital investment projects; provide troubleshooting support for all manufacturing processes including die cast machines, robots and automation equipment, and examine existing processes and provided improvement recommendations.