Assembly

Job Order # Company Job Type Salary Location Application Deadline
10889491 Industrial Metal Fabrication Full Time Dependent on role and experience Newton, KS 03/06/2019
* * ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES Assembles various parts and components per engineering drawing specifications. Operate related equipment including forklifts, hoists, slings and grinders as needed. Examines work pieces for defects and measures work pieces with straightedges or templates to ensure conformance with specifications. Read, understand and follow job order specifications, blueprints, work instructions and procedures. Keeps work area clean, neat and orderly to ensure a safe and efficient workplace. Must be able to operate equipment safely and use safe work habits while performing the job functions. * * PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS Must be able to stand for long periods of time. Continual use of your hands, considerable use of your arms and legs and moving your whole body such as climbing, lifting, balancing, walking, stooping and handling materials. Must be able to lift and maneuver 50 lbs. without physical restrictions. Must wear appropriate PPE at all times such as safety glasses, welding helmets, hearing protection, gloves and safety toe boots. Able to work in hot and cold environments during summer and winter months.

How to Apply:

In person at: Industrial Metal Fabrication* 1401 SOUTH SPENCER Newton, KS 67114 * * Go to imfinc.com/careers to apply for this position. Follow the instructions included at the site, including how to submit an application.

Helpful Information:

* * PREFERRED SKILLS Ability to read blueprints and diagrams. Ability to understand and follow standard work. A desire to learn and move to other positions. * * MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS 1 year of experience working in a steel fabrication, job or welding shop preferred but not required. High School/GED diploma preferred but not required. Able to work overtime if needed. MUST be dependable and provide references and good work history
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