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A client of ours int he Williamston, MI area is searching for a Level II Machine Builder - Assembler on day shift with a flexible schedule working either 6AM - 2:30PM or 7AM - 3:30PM.

In this role you will contribute to the manufacturing of quality blow molding machines, auxiliary equipment and all sub-assemblies with the use of power and hand tools, precision tools, and any other required tools and/or equipment by performing the following duties.

Benefits of a Level II Machine Builder - Assembler:

  • 1st shift 
  • Direct hire
  • Growth and advancement opportunities
  • Health benefits

Duties of a Level II Machine Builder - Assembler:

  • Responsible for maintaining compliance with OSHA, MIOSHA, and Company safety standards.
  • Build or manufacture to drawing, bill of material, all items to established production quality and quantity as scheduled.  Proficient use of precision measuring equipment.
  • Assist with training of employees when necessary.
  • Assist customers/vendors with phone or site consultation when necessary.
  • Responsible for maintenance/repair of building/installed equipment or new equipment as assigned.
  • Responsible for preventative maintenance and good housekeeping to insure good quality and continuation of safe operation.
  • Assist in other departments as temporary assignment.
  • Confer with supervisors, engineering, production personnel or others to resolve manufacturing problems.  Report shortages of parts, tools, and materials in a timely manner.
  • Operate power equipment and material handling equipment (forklifts, cranes, etc.).
  • Develop specifications from general description and draw sketch of part or product to be manufactured.
  • Responsible for submitting daily time accounting and payroll information or other paperwork requested.

Job Requirements

  • Journeyman machine builder, fifty (50) credits and eight (8) years’ experience job related and/or equivalent of Level II.
  • Must have personal hand tools to perform tasks effectively.
  • Ability to use mainframe computer.
  • Ability to work with metric and inch system.
  • Understand and apply hydraulic and pneumatic schematics and detailed drawings. 
  • Does machine start up, troubleshooting, and machine checkout. 
  • Capable of making hand drawings of components and making parts with use of drill press, and mill. 
  • Knowledge of producing jigs or fixtures when needed. 
  • Perform all tasks with minimum assistance. 
  • Basic welding knowledge and sheet metal fabrication. 
  • Building of prototype equipment. 
  • Basic electrical knowledge helpful for troubleshooting.

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