Machine Operator First and Second Shift
- Posted: 3 days ago
- $17 to $20 Hourly
- Benefits: vision, 401k, dental, medical,
Machine Operator – Machine Shop Experience
1st Shift/2nd Shift
A great cable manufacturing company in the city of Carson has an immediate need for Machine Operators. Three to four openings.
Contract to hire – With full Medical and Dental upon being hired by the company, after the evaluation period. This includes a pay bump, vacation days and a 401k with matching.
$17.00/hr. to start. D.O.E.
Job functions and requirements include:
· Cable machine operator to twists large wires
· Braider or Braiding machine operator
· Floaters (individual assists with multiple task on the floor, i.e., stripping wire, rewinding, QC, etc.)
· Eye for detail to ensure meet production demands
· Read blue prints, job orders/cards
· Follow instructions
· Able to meet deadlines
· Any machine shop experience will be considered.
· Operate and set up a plus
· Machine shop experiences required.
· Must own steel toed shoes.
Must be able to work Overtime and an occasional Saturday.
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