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Indeed Help in Stamford, Connecticut

69 months ago

Hello, You will have the most success finding the job you want by using our search engine. Just type in job title, company, or keyword into the search field at the top of this page and click "Find Jobs". Best of luck with your search!

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cfrohock

50 months ago

We are looking to hire Okuma trained/experinced machinists in Mobile, Al. Please email jeff_alltech@yahoo.com if you are interested. Specific info will be supplied. Great opportunity for someone looking for stability with a precision machine shop that has been in business since 1985. One of our most recent jobs is associated with the current oil crisis on the gulf.

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RA Caron in Wood Dale, Illinois

31 months ago

We are trying to find a quality CNC Milling Machinist for a position as OEM Field Training and Applications based out of the Chicago area. You would think this would be easy in this economy but we can't seem to find anybody decent. The position needs to be someone with MasterCAM X5 experience and about 5 years in the shop, who is willing to travel during the work week. Needs to be a good communicator and be reasonably presentable. If you have any ideas on where we can post let me know.

I am interviewing people but WoW! Some of the guys couldn't fill out the form. Some had so many DUIs they didn't have a license. Some guys were evidently good on the machine but couldn't talk in public. If you know anybody please have them send a resume to bruce.simmons@mcmachinery.com (this is our HR liaison)

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Sanders Machine, Inc. in West Monroe, Louisiana

6 months ago

We are currently looking for a CNC Mill Supervisor.

Here is a copy of our employment ad:

We are willing to help with relocation expenses!

Sanders Machine has been in business since 1994. Located in beautiful NW Louisiana, we are a CNC machine shop that is located in a newly constructed climate-controlled building that has a total of 21 CNC machines. We have 12 lathes and 9 mills. The mills consist of Haas, Mori Seiki and Mazak. They have Fanuc, Mazatrol and Haas controls.

We are looking for someone to supervise our Mill Department. We work 50+ hours per week (OT after 40 hrs). Normal hours of operation are 6 am til 4:30 pm. Benefits include 1 week vacation after a year of employment, retirement plan after 2 yrs employment, 6 pd holidays per year (for the past two years we have taken a 50 hr pd week off at Christmas), Health Insurance (We pay half of your premium and a portion of your deductible), ability to purchase your own tools through the company, uniforms, plus various other random perks throughout the year.

We are looking for someone with at least 10 years machining experience (preferably on Mills). You will be required to take a simple math test before you will be given an application or interview.

We are a family-owned, family-oriented business.

If you think you may qualify for this position, please contact Ricky Sanders either by phone (three one eight three seven one one zero four zero) or email (ricky@sandersmachine.com).

**You can look us up on the web either on our facebook page (Search for Sanders Machine) or on our web page www.sandersmachine.com **

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Indie_One in Wichita, Kansas

6 months ago

You might try searching in Wichita, Kansas. It’s heavy in aircraft manufacturing.

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upnrth14 in Bellaire, Michigan

5 months ago

I have emailed you a copy of my resume & hope to hear from you.

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Indie_One in Wichita, Kansas

5 months ago

On second thought, Wichita may not be such a good idea. The last round of layoffs was at LearJet – five hundred and fifty layoffs (Dec. and Jan.). Also, Boeing picked up and left awhile back. Aircraft manufacturing in Wichita continues to dwindle.

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