+ Multiple Positions

Cianbro – CLICK HERE
Elmet Technologies – CLICK HERE
General Dynamics OTS – CLICK HERE
Hunting Dearborn – CLICK HERE
Hussey Seating – CLICK HERE
IDEXX – CLICK HERE
LL Bean – CLICK HERE
Mid-State Machine – CLICK HERE
ON Semiconductor – CLICK HERE
Pratt & Whitney – CLICK HERE
Procter & Gamble – CLICK HERE
Texas Instruments – CLICK HERE

+ Industrial Automation Supply - Electro-Mechanical Assembly Technician

Posted 9/25/2018

Industrial Automation Supply, Inc (IAS) is a distributor of industry leading components for OEM machine builders throughout New England. We are looking for an Electro-Mechanical Assembly Technician to join our Systems Group (Integrated Automation Solutions). The Systems Group manufacturers customized automation control enclosures and assemblies specific to our customers design requirements. The Electro-Mechanical Assembly Technician will work on various aspects related to the manufacturing of custom control panels, including wiring, building, labeling, panel layout and setup, panel wiring, etc.

This job requires a good knowledge of panel assembly and the Panel Shop Technician should have a solid background in panel assembly and wiring, knowledge in parts, and working with all tools related to the position.

Essential Duties

  • Ability to read schematics and drawings and have a good understanding of electrical and electronic symbols.
  • Ability to identify electrical panel components from schematic
  • Layout panel designs based on drawings from engineers
  • Fabricate panels according to drawings
  • Troubleshoot panel wiring and other issues
  • Construct wire bundles
  • Wire terminals, PLCs and other devices in accordance to drawings
  • Prepare panels for testing and for shipping
  • Efficient use of hand tools
  • Work in safe manner in compliance with OSHA, manufacturer’s instructions and company policy
  • Understand Safety rules and regulations in a shop environment
  • Regularly inspect all shop equipment
  • Maintain positive relationships with vendors and other employees Requirements
  • Experience with panel fabrication and build, component layout, electrical enclosures, electrical assemblies, controls and wiring.
  • Ability to wire and build industrial control panels based on schematic, blueprint, and/or wire schedule.
  • Work on multiple projects simultaneously in a manufacturing environment.
  • Must be able to communicate effectively with co-workers, customers, and vendors.
  • Strives to continuously improve quality and productivity through identifying own training and tooling needs.
  • Works with all staff to insure compliance with safety and environmental policies
  • Must be detail oriented and strive for quality workmanship.
  • Other duties as assigned as required.
  • Experience - Minimum 3 year’s experience with panel building and layout.
  • Excellent soldering skills preferred.
  • Must be able to work independently and as part of a team environment.

Salary: Hourly D.O.E.

To Apply Email Resume to mchapman@iasinc.com

+ Volk Packaging Corporation - General Production Trainees for 2nd shift

Posted 10.3.2018

Volk Packaging Corporation is looking for some General Production Trainees for our 2nd shift. Hours are 3:30-midnight or 3:30-2am(Overtime). We are starting at $15/hr and 2nd shift receives a 3% differential. Below is a short description:

2nd Shift!! Volk Packaging Corporation, a leader in design and manufacturing of corrugated box products and packaging solutions, is accepting resumes/applications for 2nd Shift production positions. These positions require physical strength to keep pace with machine production capabilities. Will feed machines on daily basis with multi-size corrugated product. Lifting, bending, stooping and carrying product required. Responsible for keeping work area clean and free of scrap. Ability to read a tape measure and apply basic math skills required. Good attendance required. Growth opportunities include backup forklift operator, baler, unitizer and slitter operations.

WE OFFER: ~Competitive Wages ~Full Benefit Package ~401(k) Plan ~Opportunity for Overtime ~Growth Within Company ~On-site Fitness Center Job Type: Full-time

+ Paradigm Window Solutions - MARKETING COORDINATOR

Posted 10.3.2018

Paradigm Window Solutions, (“Paradigm”) manufactures a broad line of high-quality, energy efficient products, in its state-of-the-art 109,000 square-foot facility in Portland, Maine. Paradigm is highly regarded as a creative innovator in the design and production of proprietary window systems and sliding patio doors. Its consistent mission has been to provide the best service as well as high-quality products with beauty, strength and performance at the forefront.

TITLE: MARKETING COORDINATOR
Positions Supervised: This position does not have any direct reports; however, it is instrumental in leading marketing activities
Reports To: Director of Sales
Prepared By: Jennifer Morin
Approved By: M. Moran
Approved Date:

GENERAL SUMMARY The Marketing Coordinator aims to get the word out about the company's products, services and promotions. This position highlights the company's best attributes, keeping a close eye on the competition and focuses on making the company superior. The Marketing Coordinator creates and updates website content, maintains promotional materials inventory, plans meetings and trade shows, maintains databases, prepares reports and organizes promotional presentations.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Ensures the creation and distribution of appropriate marketing materials.
  • Works with the sales team to develop promotional programs and keeps promotional materials ready by coordinating requirements with suppliers; inventorying stock; placing orders; verifying receipt.
  • Supports sales staff by providing sales data, market trends, forecasts, account analyses, new product information; relaying customer services requests.
  • Plans meetings and trade shows by identifying, assembling, and coordinating requirements; establishing contacts; developing schedules and assignments; coordinating mailing lists.
  • Is an active participant in the development of marketing materials for all new and existing products.
  • Creating and updating website content.
  • Spearheads the organizing of marketing materials, promotions, literature, and sales tools, as needed.
  • Maintains relationships with advertising agencies, public relations firms and market research firms.
  • Provides reports and briefings on the company’s marketing activities as requested by the Director of Sales, CEO and the Board of Directors.
  • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading trade publications.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

  1. Strong understanding of customer and market dynamics and requirements.
  2. Excellent written and verbal communication skills and the ability to develop budgets, correspondence and other documents required.
  3. Excellent interpersonal skills and poise in dealing with a diverse range of people in a variety of circumstances; positive and professional demeanor.

Summary Minimum Education & Experience Required

  1. Three years of experience in a similar position. With demonstrated ability to assume increasing responsibility.
  2. Familiarity with marketing and spreadsheet applications.
  3. Organized, professional and creative, as well as an adept problem-solver.
  4. Strong attention to detail.
  5. Must be motivated and able to work with minimal supervision.
  6. Comfortable working alone and delegating, and must understand how to motivate staff and get it to function as a team.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS

  1. While performing the duties of this job, the employee must be able to work inside, work protracted or irregular hours, work closely with others in addition to working alone.
  2. The employee is regularly required to use hands and fingers, and specific vision abilities are required by this job including close vision, peripheral vision, and the ability to adjust focus.
  3. The employee frequently is required to stand, walk and sit.

The intent of this position description is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job. Incumbents may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those specifically presented in this description.

+ The Baker Company - Manufacturing/Process Engineer

Posted 9.26.2018

Manufacturing/Process Engineer

POSITION SUMMARY The Manufacturing Process Engineer will apply the principles of Lean Manufacturing to improve processes in the production of biological safety cabinets. Expertise in the tools of continuous improvement will be required to promote flow and pull in a highly vertically integrated factory. Processes include sheet metal forming, (punch/press/brake/roll/weld), powder coating, assembly, and test.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide value to our customers by using Lean tools and concepts to identify and eliminate waste in all forms (scrap/rework, transportation, motion, waiting, inventory, over production, over processing, and under-utilization of people). Uses systemic thinking by seeing processes from end to end and works to challenge the status quo to eliminate the root cause of problems. Is involved in individual and/or team activities that involve using Lean tools and concepts to improve the flow of information and materialOrganize, implement and maintain production process flow
  • Develop work instructions, workmanship standards and process documents, and ensure they are followed
  • Reduce setup time (SMED)
  • Determine effective shop floor layout
  • Evaluate and select equipment
  • Facilitate and lead kaizen events
  • Design jigs and fixtures as required
  • Investigate operational problems affecting production and reporting/recommending solutions.
  • Manage manufacturing documentation required for product manufacturing. (i.e. revise drawing, BOM, accurate work instructions)
  • Provide manufacturing data. (i.e. production control charts, reliability, process capabilitiy to improve the process and monitor and measure progress to target.
  • Organize meetings with other team members to facilitate process improvement
  • Identify ways to reduce production costs through recommendations. (i.e. equipment justification to improve performance)
  • Train staff on new manufacturing processes and technology
  • Develop solid models and detailed prints using the latest version of SolidEdge/CAD software.
  • Support operations with problem solving, troubleshooting and technical issues.
  • Work within the framework and always abide by our internal quality management system as well the requirements of OSHA safety policies and procedures.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Strong background in Lean Six Sigma
  • Experience in sheet metal forming process (punch, shear, brake, weld)
  • BS Degree in mechanical or manufacturing engineering preferred
  • Minimum 5 years manufacturing experience
  • Strong organizational, analytical, interpersonal, written and oral skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Technical competence and a high degree of mechanical aptitude (understand hardware, software, etc)

The Baker Company offers a competitive salary, 401(k), health/dental insurance, paid vacation, company paid life insurance, accidental death and dismemberment, short term & long term disability insurances, and more.

The Baker Company is an equal opportunity employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran. @MaineHireAVet. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment physical.

+ Paradigm Window Solutions - QUALITY CONTROL SPECIALIST

Posted 9.10.2018

Paradigm Window Solutions, (“Paradigm”) manufactures a broad line of high-quality, energy efficient products, in its state-of-the-art 109,000 square-foot facility in Portland, Maine. Paradigm is highly regarded as a creative innovator in the design and production of proprietary window systems and sliding patio doors. Its consistent mission has been to provide the best service as well as high-quality products with beauty, strength and performance at the forefront.

QUALITY CONTROL SPECIALIST

GENERAL SUMMARY The Quality Control Specialist must be knowledgeable of Quality, Production, Engineering and Procurement principals and practices. The Quality Control Specialist will be trained in quality functions, procedures and principles; investigative techniques; and data collection techniques and must have hands-on job experience. In cooperation with other employees such as Supervisors, plant management, maintenance and engineering, the Quality Control Specialist regularly works to resolve Process issues by reviewing standards and procedures of operation and performing audits.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Observes production team and provides feedback in relation to Processes, fills out Process Control Reports.
  • Identifies missing or inadequate processes and provides support to improve or create processes.
  • Provides training support for employees.
  • Conducts random in-process inspections and maintains programs for process tracking.
  • Reviews defects in materials and provides insight as to the origin of the defects, fills out appropriate RMA and MRA paperwork and submits the paperwork through the proper channels.
  • Supports investigations and resolutions to quality/process issues with department leadership.
  • Assists, as appropriate, with the development of standards and procedures (i.e., Process manuals).
  • Ensures stringent compliance with internal and customer imposed quality/process standards.
  • Assists with preparing reports and charts addressing Process and quality conformance.
  • Organizes and helps with the development of training, material testing, and evaluation of procedures.
  • Is Proficient with Microsoft Office: Word, Excel and Power Point.
  • Works with Project Management Software (Smartsheet, Google Docs, Dropbox, etc.) to track progress of action items and keep leadership informed.
  • Communicates effectively and positively with employees, supervisors, and management as required.
  • Encourages and supports an atmosphere of continuous improvement and teamwork.
  • Maintains good order and housekeeping.

Please contact Jennifer Morin to learn more! jmorin@paradigmwindows.com 207-747-5800

+ Paradigm Window Solutions - WARRANTY TECHNICIAN

Posted 9.10.2018

Paradigm Window Solutions, (“Paradigm”) manufactures a broad line of high-quality, energy efficient products, in its state-of-the-art 109,000 square-foot facility in Portland, Maine. Paradigm is highly regarded as a creative innovator in the design and production of proprietary window systems and sliding patio doors. Its consistent mission has been to provide the best service as well as high-quality products with beauty, strength and performance at the forefront.

WARRANTY TECHNICIAN GENERAL SUMMARY While working in the field, this position records and resolves customer service complaints regarding windows and doors. The Warranty Technician attempts to meet and exceed the customer’s expectation in the repair of windows and doors.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assists customers who are experiencing issues with products through effective communication.
  • Needs to be well-organized and work efficiently to resolve as many window or door complaints as productively as possible without compromising safety and quality.
  • Makes good use of time by knowing the appropriate destination, taking the most direct route and keeping maps on hand for possible reference.
  • Records information such as name, address, article to be repaired or service to be rendered.
  • Performs daily repairs of windows and doors at the customer’s residence.
  • Maintains a clean company vehicle with the necessary tools, equipment and parts available to ensure timely repairs.
  • Keeps records of service calls, work orders and informs if replacement parts or components are inadequate.
  • Supports lean manufacturing objectives to increase quality, delivery, performance and productivity.
  • Identifies and communicates any issues with production, personnel, quality and safety.
  • Must be flexible with the ability to change positions and wok priorities.

Please contact Jennifer Morin to learn more! jmorin@paradigmwindows.com 207-747-5800

+ Elmet Technologies - Facilities/Maintenance Manager

Posted 8.29.2018

Position: Facilities/Maintenance Manager Reports To: VP of Manufacturing

Established in 1929, Elmet is a global manufacturer of refractory metals and metal products. Our world-class facilities produce mill, machined, and fabricated products to our customers’ most exacting specifications. Elmet services the high-temperature furnace, sapphire growth, semiconductor, flat panel display, medical imaging, medical device, aerospace, defense, and other markets. Elmet is ISO 9001 and AS9100 certified. For more information about Elmet, please visit us online at www.elmettechnologies.com. Position Summary:

This position contributes to the operational workflow by managing/coordinating equipment maintenance, facilities, and/or installation projects, assisting in the development of the plants annual budget and directing the activities of the support personnel.

Job Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Facilities Maintenance and project management for the plant.
  • Troubleshooting machines and equipment.
  • Supervising, scheduling, and managing resources.
  • Managing contract coordination as required.
  • Ability to promptly respond to all malfunctions and ensure the least degree of disruption in the plant in regard to workforce hours, quality, and production volume.
  • Strategic planning and budgeting.
  • Support company safety initiatives through proactive and corrective action, enforcing policies and housekeeping.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications:

  • B.S. in Engineering/Business Management or equivalent.
  • 7-10 years facilities management experience.
  • Manufacturing and union-based experience preferred.
  • Lean 6 Sigma certified or other lean manufacturing certification preferred.

Working Conditions/Physical Demands:

  • Must be able to speak, hear and see.
  • Must be able to sit or stand for long periods of time (up to 8 hours).
  • Routinely communicates face-to-face, via telephone and by computer.
  • Must be able to walk a 1/4 mile without difficulty, bend, crouch, climb, reach and lift 10lbs to shoulder height.
  • Exposure to manufacturing conditions, which may include loud noise, variable temperatures, and dust.

+ mWave Industries, LLC - Operations Administrative Assistant

Posted 8.28.2018

mWave Industries, LLC, established in 2004, designs and manufactures standard and custom antenna products for commercial and government applications spanning the scientific, defense, and academic communities. mWave specializes in reflector antennas and feeds including conscan and monopulse. Our product offering also encompasses microstrip arrays, horns, helices, sectors, omnidirectional antennas, and waveguide arrays. mWave owns and operates a complete antenna test facility.

Operations Administrative Assistant We have an opening for an Operations Administrative Assistant for which responsibilities include:

  • Perform data entry, prepare reports, correspondence with external and internal contacts, arrange calls, plan meetings, and create, maintain and organize electronic and/or paper files.
  • Work with vendors as needed to ensure accurate administrative record keeping.
  • Ensure positive communications with both internal and external contacts using a professional manner on the phone, via email and in person.
  • Enter and maintain data using enterprise information system pertaining to various functions of manufacturing operations.
  • Anticipate issues, questions, and inquiries and work with contacts to resolve matters.
  • Maintain a high level of ethics and integrity through purchasing and inventory process.
  • Adhere to all department and company quality and operating policies and procedures.

Job Requirements:

  • High school diploma
  • Ability to read and write English
  • Willingness to learn new skills
  • Ability to follow detailed instructions

Desired Experience:

  • Previous office experience (1-3 years) in a production environment
  • Previous experience using an enterprise information system

Equal opportunity employer

Excellent benefits package including health, dental, vision, LTD, STD, life insurance and 401(k) Apply at https://kmahumanresourcesconsulting.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk01le5?cjb_hash=O_iuRO12&apply_now=true

+ mWave Industries, LLC - Mechanical and RF Assembler

Posted 8.28.2018

Mechanical and RF Assembler mWave Industries, LLC, established in 2004, designs and manufactures standard and custom antenna products for commercial and government applications spanning the scientific, defense, and academic communities. mWave specializes in reflector antennas and feeds including conscan and monopulse. Our product offering also encompasses microstrip arrays, horns, helices, sectors, omnidirectional antennas, and waveguide arrays. mWave owns and operates a complete antenna test facility.

We have an opening for a Mechanical and RF Assembler for which responsibilities include:

  • Performs complex assembly operations with components (which may be very small) such as metal and plastic parts, wire, coaxial cable fasteners.
  • Forms coaxial cable and prepares the ends for assembly to RF connectors or other components.
  • Must be able to prepare surfaces and join parts using solder, adhesives and sealants, and be proficient with the use of hand tools such as drivers, wrenches, files, drills and taps.
  • May recommend material, design, or process changes based on mechanical considerations.
  • Works from sketches, drawings, bills of material, work orders, process sheets, and verbal instructions.
  • Works with a minimum of supervision and may instruct others.

Job Requirements:

  • High school diploma
  • Ability to read and write English
  • Willingness to learn new skills
  • Ability to follow detailed instructions
  • Lifting/bending/twisting up to 30 lbs as needed

Desired Experience:

  • Previous experience in a production environment
  • Experience with tools indicated above
  • Reading basic production drawings Equal opportunity employer.

Excellent benefits package including health, dental, vision, LTD, STD, life insurance and 401(k) Apply at https://kmahumanresourcesconsulting.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk01l58?cjb_hash=O_yEyj77&apply_now=true

+ MEGA Industries - R.F. Technician

Posted 8.28.2018

The R.F. Technician will support assembly and testing of customer R.F. components and subsystems in the R.F. Test Lab.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Support and facilitate development and implementation of new engineering designs
  • Perform and evaluate product testing and direct junior R.F. Technicians in the R.F. test lab
  • Develop and provide proper test documentation in accordance with MEGA Standards to insure product compliance and quality standards.
  • Assist in the development and growth of the product design data base by ensuring that all relevant test data is correlated to design dimensional data
  • Consult with engineering on possible design modifications to enhance product performance
  • Follow, and assist in the development of, the manufacturing processes by coordinating with engineering and production management.
  • Perform other related duties as required

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE/TRAINING:

  • At least five years in a technical role, R.F. manufacturing environment preferred.
  • Associates degree in electronics preferred.
  • A proven track record of assisting in the development and production of custom R.F. Components.
  • Must be a self-starter, highly organized, and able to work well with associates at all levels within the organization.
  • Solid working knowledge of Vector Networks Analyzer and other R.F. Test equipment.
  • Solid working knowledge of Microsoft Office and Windows-based computer applications.

We will train the right candidate for specialized industry requirements and internal processes. Competitive pay based on experience and benefits include medical, dental, vision, disability, life and 401(k). The working environment is air conditioned. EOE
Apply at https://kmahumanresourcesconsulting.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk0129z?cjb_hash=O_hYGz51&apply_now=true

+ MEGA Industries - Utility/Finishing Worker for 1st and 2nd shift

Posted 8.28.2018

Utility/Finishing Worker for 1st and 2nd shift. MEGA Industries LLC is a recognized world leader in the manufacture of high power microwave transmission equipment. The company is a major supplier of equipment for radar systems, broadcast equipment, linear particle accelerators, high-energy light sources, commercial microwave heating systems, medical research and fusion energy research. We take our ISO 90012008 quality system very seriously.

After coming off a record Year in 2017, Mega Industries continues to grow and expand.

MEGA Industries is seeking a full time Utility/Finishing Worker for 1st and 2nd shift whose responsibilities and skills include the following:

  • Preparing material for industrial spray painting
  • Kitting and final assembly of products.
  • Pressure Testing Assemblies
  • Washing and rinsing parts
  • Blending and deburring parts
  • Use of vibratory tools mainly on aluminum and copper material
  • Packaging products in corrugated cartons
  • Construction of custom pallets and crates using power tools and basic carpentry skills.
  • Capable of lifting up to 50 lbs.

Willing to train the right individuals in all aspects of these positions

Competitive pay based on experience and benefits include medical, dental, vision, disability, life and 401(k). Paid time off starts at 96 hours per year with 9 additional paid holidays. We offer a state of the art, climate-controlled/air-conditioned facility.

MEGA is an equal opportunity employer

Job type: Full time 1st Shift 6:00am-2:30pm Monday-Friday 2nd Shift 2:15pm-12:45am Monday-Thursday with 10% premium

Apply at https://kmahumanresourcesconsulting.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk01pl8?cjb_hash=O_XNQv92&apply_now=true

+ MEGA Industries - 1st and 2nd shift CNC Machinists

Posted 8.22.2018

1st and 2nd shift CNC Machinists
Mega Industries, LLC in Gorham, Maine is a world leader in the manufacture of microwave transmission equipment with a worldwide customer base. Our products range from Nuclear fusion to bacon cooking. We are seeking experienced CNC Machinists with a positive and cooperative work attitude, who possesses the ability to work independently and as a member of a highly productive team.
Job Requirements:

  • Familiarity with all machine shop operations to include:
    • Reading and editing program code
    • Strong mathematical skills
    • Experience running CNC vertical and horizontal machining
    • Must be familiar with all required tooling
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds
  • Experience with set-up and fixturing for CNC machines
  • Ability to optimize feeds and speeds for all machining operations
  • Must be able to interpret blueprints and drawings
  • Make cognoscente adjustments to programs based on part quality
  • Maintain adjustment of machine(s) to produce consistent quality product
  • Ensure conformance to specifications using precision instruments
  • Measure and examine completed parts to detect quality defects
  • Minimum 3 - 5 years' experience with CNC machining as described above
  • Must have own tools

Education Requirements:

  • High School Diploma required
  • Machining Technology Degree preferred

Benefits:

  • Excellent benefits package including health, vision, life; dental, LTD, STD, 401(k) with employer contribution, monthly bonus program
  • 9 paid holidays, paid time off starts at 96 hours per year
  • Competitive pay based on experience and skill level
  • Climate controlled, air-conditioned working environment
  • Positive work environment

Hours Of Work:

  • 1st shift Monday – Friday 6:00 AM – 2:30 PM
  • 2nd shift Monday - Thursday 2:15 PM – 12:45 AM with a 10% shift premium

Equal Opportunity Employer Apply at: https://kmahumanresourcesconsulting.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk018dp?cjb_hash=O_KUvU70&apply_now=true

+ MEGA Industries - Creative Manual Machinist

Posted 8.22.2018

Creative Manual Machinist
MEGA Industries LLC is a recognized world leader in the manufacture of high power microwave transmission equipment. The company is a major supplier of equipment for radar systems, broadcast equipment, linear particle accelerators, high-energy light sources, commercial microwave heating systems, medical research and fusion energy research. We take our ISO 90012008 quality system very seriously.

After a record year in 2017 and with more exciting multi-year contracts awarded, there are job openings at the Gorham, Maine facility. MEGA is celebrating its 29th year in business in 2018 and has become a world leader in the design and manufacturing of high power RF components.

MEGA Industries is seeking a full or part time Creative Manual Machinist for first and/or second shift who will develop jigs, fixtures and prototype parts. This is your opportunity to design and make RF parts of the future all while building your skills and career.

SKILLS/EXPERIENCE/TRAINING:

  • At least five years in manual machining
  • Machining technology degree preferred
  • Must have own tools
  • Experience with all machine shop operations to include:
    • Manual lathes, mills, bridgeports
    • Prototrak/Centroid type controller
    • Manual machining
    • Set-up and fixtures for manual machines
    • Ability to optimize feeds and speeds for all machining operations
    • Maintain adjustment of machine(s) to produce consistent quality product
    • Ensure conformance to specifications using precision instruments
    • Measure, examine and test completed units to detect defects

Competitive pay based on experience and benefits include medical, dental, vision, disability, life and 401(k). Paid time off starts at 96 hours per year with 9 additional paid holidays. The working environment is a state of the art, climate controlled/air-conditioned facility.

MEGA is an equal opportunity employer

Apply at: https://kmahumanresourcesconsulting.recruiterbox.com/jobs/fk018dp?cjb_hash=O_KUvU70&apply_now=true

+ Caron Engineering-Service Technician

Posted 8.9.2018

SERVICE TECHNICIAN
Caron Engineering is a small but vibrant company working in the global CNC machine industry. We develop and produce accessories that allow CNC machines to work smarter and more efficiently. We have recently moved into a new facility right here in Wells, Maine. We are seeking a full-time Service Technician who would be responsible for assembling, installing, and field testing our products based on our customer’s requirements. Caron Engineering products are designed for a niche market. Any required training on these products and related services would be supplied by the company. This position has a wide range of duties including the following:

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES • Assembly, Installation & Testing of all CEI Sold Products: o Ability to follow written and verbal instructions to prep systems for upcoming installations including physical assembly, software loading, and the maximum shop testing; comfortable with diagnostic tools and documentation o Learn the detailed technical specifications of CEI sold products enough to be able to install, configure, test, and train while “solo” at a customer’s site o Able to perform wiring, mechanical, and light construction o Adherence to CEI/OSHA/Industrial safety protocols • Inventory and Tracking System – must learn & understand it to process orders • Communications – must also be able to communicate accurately and pleasantly with CEI office team and on-site customer contacts to support any Q&A or trouble-shooting (on-site or phone/email); solid verbal and written skills are necessary • Comfortable with accurately tracking and reporting all time and expenses for customer visits and shop work • A pleasant personality is necessary as you spend a lot of time at customer locations • Willing and able to travel 60-75% of the time • Comfortable with handling all travel arrangements including hotels, your personal automobile, and commercial flights • All employees with disabilities should be able to perform the essential job descriptions with or without reasonable accommodation QUALIFICATIONS • High school diploma or the equivalent; 18 years of age • Maintain an active driver’s license and a usable automobile (presentable, registered, insured, secure) for remote work assignments – Caron Engineering reimburses all travel expenses (lodging, mileage, etc.) • A solid background/education in the electrical/mechanical trades is a major plus • Metal working skills, comfortable with hand/power tools of all types • Basic math skills • CNC machining and/or CNC macro programming experience is a plus • Basic PC skills (Excel, Word, Outlook/calendar, Internet, software installations) • Past experience in manufacturing is a strong plus • Physical Requirements o Manual and visual dexterity to assemble small parts and products o Gross strength required to lift a 70-pound travel kit into and out of an automobile trunk o Extended periods of standing at a work station Company benefits include: fully paid employee medical insurance, 401(k), an ESOP, disability & life insurance, paid vacation days (15), holidays (6-8), sick days (5), and personal days (3). To apply, please email your resume’ to wspringer@caroneng.com and/or schedule an appointment to visit by calling (207) 641-6836. For more information, please visit our website at: https://www.caroneng.com/

+ Prescott Metal-CNC Press Brake

Posted 7.23.2018

We have moved, and we are GROWING!

Prescott Metal is in its new, state of the art facility and we are excited to offer long-term manufacturing jobs in this great State of Maine!

If you have CNC Press Brake experience, can identify material types and gauges and are interested in being part of a rock solid, growing fabrication/manufacturing team, we want to talk to you!

  • Starting hourly wage at $18 – MORE with experience.
  • 40-hour work week + overtime available
  • Benefits include Medical (as low as $90 as week for a family!!), Dental, 401K match, education assistance, PTO time and 7 paid holidays a year!

Please submit your resume and salary requirements online

NO PHONE CALLS OR RECRUITERS. Prescott Metal is an equal opportunity employer.

+ Helical Solutions-CNC Machinist

Ready for a change? Want to work with a great team of CNC Machinists. Want to finally achieve the work-life balance you’ve been seeking. Take advantage of the recreational activities by the ocean or up in the mountains!

Helical Solutions, part of Harvey Performance Company is a fun, dynamic, and fast-growing company of people who care about community, celebrating our successes, and creating opportunities for personal and professional advancement. Our CNC Tool Cutter Grinder Team Members are responsible for the setup, and operation our state-of-the-art CNC machinery, as well as the quality of the industry leading tools we produce.

We are looking for CNC Machinists who are interested in relocating to the Portland, Maine area where our facility is located. Maine is known for its outdoor activities, education systems, and healthcare accessibility.

As a CNC Machinist You Should Have:

  • A desire to succeed in a fast paced growing
  • A need to work in a state of the art facility with a great training program
  • An interest in working with new technologies, we have added 15+ CNC machines in the last year.
  • Willingness to be cross-trained and work with all departments to get things done.

CNC Machinist Position Details: As a CNC Tool Cutter Grinder / Machinist, you will: Create, edit, and maintain CNC tool and cutter grinding programs, working with our state-of-the-art Walters and Rollomatic machines. Perform first piece and in-process inspection of product. Assist coworkers in keeping equipment running efficiently.

CNC Machinist Requirements:

  • Associates degree in Machine Tool Technology preferred.
  • Ability to follow engineering documents such as product drawings, process sheets, and Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Strong attention to detail and deadlines.
  • A willingness to relocate to the Portland, Maine area. Relocation packages will be provided. That’s all! If you’re mechanically inclined or have graduated from a Machine Tool Technology/Precision Machining program, our hands-on training program will allow you to advance your skills and grow with the company!!

More about us: Harvey Performance is the leading North American designer and manufacturer of specialty carbide end mills and cutting tools used to cut and shape metals in precision machining applications, comprising the brands Harvey Tool Company and Helical Solutions. The company is the solution provider of choice for distributors and end users addressing complex machining challenges across a wide range of end markets, materials and applications.

The company has a highly scalable business model and an organization with both the plans and the resources needed to achieve further growth through SKU expansion in new and existing categories, increased share of purchases from existing customers, and acquisition of new end users. The Company has a collaborative, entrepreneurial culture that promotes operational excellence and employee growth.

Apply at www.harveyperformance.com/careers

+ Deepwater Buoyancy-Quality Assurance Engineer

Job Title Quality Assurance Engineer

Position Summary Support Quality Manager and Plant Manager in the creation and maintenance of the QMS. Create required quality plans, documentation and systems to support operations.

Reports to: Plant Manager Department: Quality Working Hours: Monday-Friday, 8am to 5pm

Essential Functions Operate a PC. Operate measurement and test equipment.

Communicate with vendors, customers and co-workers by phone, email and meetings.

Other Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide quality engineering support to production and sales
  • Work with customers to obtain quality information, create quality plans and resolve quality issues.
  • Manage QMS document control and quality log
  • Participate as a member of the MRB
  • Act as a quality inspector
  • Develop quality plans, inspection criteria, and inspection reports
  • Lead investigations for NCRs, CARs, SCARs, and PARs
  • Attend production meetings, costing meetings, and job kickoff meetings when necessary
  • Travel to customer sites and participate in meetings
  • Manage equipment calibration
  • Assess new vendors for quality systems

Qualifications – Skills/Experience/Education/Training Required

  • Requires an Associate’s Degree in Quality Engineering or related technical field with at least 2 years of related experience.
  • Requires excellent interpersonal, organizational, and planning skills.
  • Computer competency in MS Excel and MS Word is required.

Working Conditions

  • Works mostly in the office environment (business casual).Is expected to frequent the production floor for inspection, fact finding, communication and coordination.
  • May be required to travel nationally and internationally on an occasional basis.
  • Personal protective equipment is provided and mandatory.

Apply to – [ mhenry@deepwb.com][16] WWW.DeepWaterBuoyancy.com

[16]: mail to: mhenry@deepwb.com

+ Kennebec Technologies-2nd Shift CMM Inspector

Posted 7.31.2018 Kennebec Technologies Currently Hiring 2nd Shift CMM Inspector II Kennebec Technologies has an immediate opening! Kennebec Technologies is a premier aerospace machine shop located in Augusta, Maine with a commitment to long term relationships with high quality aerospace companies and employees looking for real career opportunities. The majority of our work is for commercial airframes and engines with long term contracts for long term programs.

At Kennebec Technologies you will be working with the newest, most sophisticated technologies and systems in a great work environment with comprehensive benefits. Ready to grow your career? Call today or send your resume to: employment@kennebec.com

Summary of Position and Responsibilities:

Performing 1st piece, In-process and Final CMM inspections, manual inspections and documentation of results.

Monday – Thursday 2:00 pm to 12:30 am, overtime opportunities.

Qualifications / Required skills / experience of Candidate: • Able to perform 1st piece inspection using documented set up instructions using all manual gages. • Able to perform mechanical and visual OV inspections including certification review. • Able to meet or exceed all scheduled output rates for specific job.
• Can demonstrate basic working knowledge of inspection methodologies.
• Conforms to all Company Safety and 5S standards.
• Completes work with minimal supervision.
• Inspects parts to expected Company and Customer Quality standards.
• Ability to apply knowledge of blueprint reading, shop mathematics, inspection procedures. • Prepares nonconformance documentation as required.
• Preparation of all required shipping documentation as defined in control plan, FAI with CofC. • Able to set up and run a part on all CMM's using documented instructions.
• Able to setup and use manual precision gaging for tight tolerance measurement.
• Advanced knowledge of Inspection Methodology to support the set up and use of inspection tools.
• Ability to recommend Continuous Improvement and/ or the elimination of waste as it pertains to specific job or work centers to enhance throughput, reduce part handling, increase tool life or increase Quality.
• Preparation of all required shipping documentation as defined in control plan, SIR, PPAP, etc. • Other duties as assigned. Benefits: Employee stock plan, health, dental, 401k and paid vacation/holidays, wellness programs and a generous shift differential.

+ Kennebec Technologies-2nd Shift CNC Machinists

Posted 7.31.2018 Kennebec Technologies Currently Hiring 2nd Shift CNC Machinists Kennebec Technologies has immediate openings! Kennebec Technologies is a premier aerospace machine shop located in Augusta, Maine with a commitment to long term relationships with high quality aerospace companies and employees looking for real career opportunities. The majority of our work is for commercial airframes and engines with long term contracts for long term programs.

At Kennebec Technologies you will be working with the newest, most sophisticated technologies and systems in a great work environment with comprehensive benefits. Ready to grow your career? Call today or send your resume to: employment@kennebec.com

Summary of Position and Responsibilities: Responsible for running jobs complete; from setup thru 1st piece inspection, in-process inspection and job tear down. Including; able to follow setup and tool sheets for set ups, uploading and downloading of CNC Programs, accurately machining product, documenting inspection sheets, maintaining cleanliness in work area, accurately accounting for all job time through wanding stations, conforming to KT Safety and 5S standards and produce parts to expected quality standards.

Monday – Thursday 3:30 pm to 2:00 am, with overtime opportunities.

Qualifications of Candidate: • Demonstrated experience with CNC machining. Machine programming a plus. • Education Requirements: 2 year Machine Tool Technology degree, Machinist Apprenticeship Program or related experience (OTJ Training) • Experience Requirements: Experience with Milling, Lathes, Roughing and Finishing operations as they relate to producing a manufactured part through machining. • Team player able to work across departments; collaborating with Manufacturing Engineers and Quality Control on job quality, improvement and development. • Blue Print Reading, GDT and Inspection Skills a strong plus. • Ability to lift 50lbs. • Demonstrate basic working knowledge of inspection methodologies. • Able to apply knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, sequencing, metal properties, layout, tolerances and machining procedures.

Benefits:
Employee stock plan, health, dental, 401k and paid vacation/holidays, wellness programs and a generous shift differential.