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Edmo360 School Year Staff (Science, Tech And Maker Programs)
Edventure More 501(c)(3) collaborates with leaders in the field, 400+ schools and thousands of families to inspire curiosity, confidence and kindness in approximately 10,000 youth each year. Since 2004, we have been a year round provider of STEAM & SEL focused enrichment programs. We are a local force in the national movement to reduce Summer Learning Loss, build 21st Century Learning Skills, and save hands-on learning in schools.
To learn more about our award-winning programs visit campedmo.org
Edventure More is currently building their Sacramento EDMO360 School Year Team! We are looking for talented staff to present award-winning science, tech and maker curriculum in elementary classrooms, plus support our year-round marketing efforts. By joining our team, you'll be trained and supported to transform a typical classroom into an adventurous environment filled with "WOW" and "A-HA" moments.
Lead In-class Presentations (ICPs) and/or After School Programs (ASPs) at various schools and locations around the Sacramento Area.
Be responsible for ICP and/or ASP supply inventory, bin prep and clean-up.
Maintain accurate reporting: attendance records, class notes, daily log, incident reports.
Lead marketing events and distribute marketing materials to partner schools (events can take place on evenings and weekends)
Maintain quality programming through knowledge of curriculum, preparedness and enthusiastic delivery of service.
Instill the Vibe of curiosity, courage, kindness and FUN in all students.
Refine curriculum as needed with approval, adding personal contributions.
Maintain flexibility, working closely with the EDMO360 staff in a variety of capacities as needed.
Attend staff meetings each Monday morning at the Sacramento Office (Citrus Heights) and attend monthly Saturday in-service days.
(Note: most qualifications listed are preferred but not required)
Experience working with elementary age youth
Experience working in a classroom
Science, Technology or Makers background
Poised and comfortable in front on an audience
Ability to manage a class independently
Great sense of humor and love of learning
Customer service or marketing background
Ability to lift 50 pounds and carry bins with teaching materials
PLUS: Experience in a summer camp environment
A working car and phone is required
In Class Program (ICP) Specifics:
Lead Science ICP Presentations (In-Class Program)
Interact with teachers and students in a professional and energetic manner
Distribute marketing supplies and surveys as directed
After School Program (ASP) Specifics:
Lead Science, Technology or Maker ASP sessions
60-90 minute programs
5 - 10 week programs
Various programs run every day of the week and dates vary
Interact with parents and students in a professional and energetic manner
Distribute marketing supplies and surveys as directed
Note: Positions are also available for ICPs or ASPs only depending on your schedule and availability. Hours can range from 5-40 hours a week based on availability and preference!
Mileage and Travel:
Paid Mileage is compensated at .40 cents per mile
Travel time and mileage is paid between work locations as follows:
Between ICPs and ASPs
Between final ICP or ASP to Sacramento Office (one-way as needed)
No payment of time or mileage is made between home and location of employment
Regions and Locations:
We visit schools in the Greater Sacramento Region: Folsom, El Dorado Hills, Sacramento, Elk Grove, Natomas and Placer County
You will be assigned to your nearest region, but may be asked to go outside your region as needed
Hours & Compensation:
May: Part to Full time
2-5 days a week teaching or marketing
- Summer work is also available for those who are interested*
$17/hour in class
$15/hour out of class/prep/marketing
Note: Applicants must be willing to be CPR certified, Live Scanned and TB tested upon hire.
Applications are being accepted until August 11th, live interviews during the week of August 14th – August 18th. Training session for fall session begins August 28th – September 1st, approximate hours are 9:00 am – 2:00 pm during training. School year programs begin after September 11th (start times vary).
If you have conflicts with the above hiring and training dates, but are enthusiastically interested and qualified for the position - please still apply, we offer our programs in three sessions during the year and could accommodate a later start.
We look forward to receiving your application!
Candy Maker Apprentice
Work is Sweet!
'Quality without Compromise' is not just a motto at See's Candies. It is the most important ingredient in our recipe for success. See's Candies has been in business since 1921 and maintains a reputation for producing the highest quality candy and providing superior customer service.
See's is a leader in the confectionary industry with over 250 retail shops across the USA.
See's Candies is accepting applications for a Candy Maker Apprentice in our Production Department at our South San Francisco plant.
1.Responsible for following recipes per written formula.
2.Cook ingredients following precise temperature and timing requirements as identified in written procedures.
3.Inspect all production to ensure compliance with specifications for that particular product.
4.Ability to read and write English.
5.Able to perform the essential functions of the job, including standing or walking the entire shift and lifting up to 50 lbs. frequently.
6.Be willing to work day and night shift, as required.
7.Be willing to work overtime, as required.
Rate of pay is $20/hour. This is a Union position.
CALL (650) 827-3210 MONDAY - FRIDAY 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO FILL OUT AN APPLICATION.
See's is an EOE
See's will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable local, state or federal law (including San Francisco Ordinance #131192 and Los Angeles Municipal Code 189.00).
Mold Maker Environment – All Skills, All Levels Needed
For over 60 years, Janler Corporation has built top-quality, high-precision, multi-cavity, high-production, single-face and stack molds. And we've built a great reputation with an impressive team behind it.
Janler is currently seeking exceptional people, at every experience level to fill positions in our mold making shop. Whether you've recently completed your apprenticeship or you have worked in a mold making environment Apply online today or stop in Mon-Fri from 3:00-5:00 with a resume for an immediate interview at 6545 N. Avondale Avenue in Chicago, IL.
Examples of roles needed include:
CNC EDM Operator
Janler is a great place to work, with co-workers who are earn the respect of our customers and of each other every day. If you're a disciplined, motivated, team player who takes pride in your work and have a can-do attitude, you'll fit right in. Apply today to learn more about working at Janler!
Sample Maker / Model Maker
United Display Craft is looking to add a Sample Maker to its team in its Des Plaines, IL location. Join our stable, family-owned company with over 60 years of experience serving some of the biggest brands and retailers. You'll be joining the premier manufacturer of POP displays and retail fixtures in the area!
The Sample Maker must have good steel and plastic fabrication skills including use of brake presses, welding and finishing experience. Sample makers work closely with our engineering group to develop display concepts from renderings and drawings into fully functional prototypes. The ideal candidate would have some prior retail display experience, good communication skills and the ability to work with other team members in a fast paced environment.
Minimum 3 years of experience working as a model maker or in a similar industrial setting including machine setup, fixture maker, etc.
Mechanical and math skills that support problem solving activities
Capable of creating high quality prototypes from drawings and sketches
The ability to read engineering drawings and problem solving is required
Ability to work accurately and use measurement tools to ensure parts are sized correctly.
Commitment to working safely
Fluent English writing and speaking skills
Basic Computer Skills
Working knowledge of Solidworks
Ability to create and run programs in Mastercam
Ability to setup and run a Haas CNC router
Painting and decorating skills working with graphic elements
We offer competitive wages, full benefits including major medical insurance, 401K, profit sharing and an opportunity for growth.
Tool & Maker I
Job Description: Summary1.1Supports engineering projects through precision machining of parts to print, equipment building, and other fabrication involving welding, sheet metal, etc.
The essential functions of this position include but are not limited to:
Has complete knowledge of machining equipment and capable of operating CNC lathes, mills, grinders, and other equipment within prescribed tolerances and allowances.
Performs fabrication of equipment, parts, and shielding where strong welding, sheet metal, and other related skills are required.
Reads and understands blueprints, sketches, and schematics, relating to tool room practices.
Plans and lays out work from oral or written specifications, using the necessary hand and machine tools, instruments and related equipment.
Makes necessary shop computations using metric, decimal, and fractional measures of length.
Has a complete knowledge of welding and tool room equipment and be capable of operating machines within the prescribed tolerance and allowances.
Organizes work flow when mass producing new or replacement parts for manufacturing equipment.
Works efficiently and cooperates with supervision and other fellow employees.
Maintains a reasonably clean work area and reports safety hazards to Supervision.
Performs any miscellaneous duties that might be assigned by Supervision.
Primary Work LocationUSA NE - Broken Bow
Journeyman Tool & Die Maker
The incumbent provides specific diversified components, tooling, and assemblies to meet engineering and testing requirements by planning and performing various complex and technical machine tool functions with limited supervision.
KEY ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The position requires sufficient professional Tool Room experience of all machinery such that skills can be employed to perform complex layouts and machine tool setups for the purpose of producing, adjusting, repairing, heat-treating tools, dies, fixtures, gauges, and machine components of very tight tolerances. The incumbent must have an aptitude to learn Numeric Control (NC/CNC) or similar programming of complex machinery for the purpose of producing machined parts.
The position will primarily be responsible for test group machining support with limited supervision. Responsibilities include the ability to produce make-to-print items, assemble various tooling projects and electro-mechanical assemblies, and perform design/development on the fly without the aid of prints. The Test Group is a service organization; therefore, the incumbent must be able to setup and operate all Tool Room equipment with minimal (if any) assistance, must have a high level of communication to insure critical jobs are done as expected by the customer, and will be required to contribute to process/capital/tooling improvements necessary to maintain a viable Tool Room service.
Plans the correct material, equipment, tooling, and processes to produce make-to-print items.
Performs work required to produce/fit/repair items utilizing Tool Room equipment and processes.
Performs setup, operation, and troubleshooting of all Tool Room equipment with minimal limited supervision or guidance.
Determines parts and tools needed in order to achieve manufacturing goals with maximum efficiency.
Performs work that involves a high mental application and close visual attention for extended periods of time with the possibility of exposure to hazardous conditions.
Possesses an understanding of complex engineering product and assembly prints, mathematics up to and including advanced trigonometry, and basic electricity/electrical circuitry.
Possesses and utilizes strong methodical problem solving skills to drive to the root cause of issues and implementation of corrective actions (i.e., strong troubleshooting aptitude).
Communicates effectively with all stakeholders including plant personnel, engineers, maintenance, electricians, and machine builders.
Willing to travel within and outside the United States to perform said duties. Assists with everyday manufacturing support issues
Assist maintenance and engineering troubleshooting complex equipment. Provide training to maintenance and operators on equipment operation.
Create work instructions and training material for use by operators and maintenance.
Assist maintenance with predictive maintenance measures to improve equipment reliability.
Safety and Health – Responsible for completing required safety training, reporting and correcting any unsafe practices as appropriate, completing work activities in a safe manner, and complying with safety and health requirements for respective position.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE (Minimum Qualifications)
High School diploma or equivalent
4 years of extensive/specific skills training in the tool and die making field
8 years of Tool Room experience
Journeyman Trade Certificate through a qualified apprenticeship program is preferred
NC programming preferred
Prior experience in the automotive industry is preferred
Timely Decision Making
Drive for Results
Ethics and Values
It is the policy of BorgWarner to provide equal employment opportunity to all applicants/employees regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, marital status or any other characteristics covered by federal, state or local law.
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Tool And Die Maker
The Tool and Die Maker constructs and repairs jigs, fixtures, cutting tools, gauges, or metal dies or molds used in shaping or forming metal or nonmetallic material (e.g., plastic, plaster, rubber, glass).
Planning and laying out work according to models, blueprints, drawings, or other written or oral specifications.
Selecting appropriate materials, tools, and processes required to complete task.
Makes necessary shop computations, and setting up and operating various machine tools and related equipment.
Using various Tool and Die Maker's hand tools and precision measuring instrument, works to very close tolerances, heat-treating metal parts and finished tools and dies to achieve required qualities, and fitting and assembling parts to prescribed tolerances and allowances.
Perform other qualified duties as assigned.
Knowledge & Skills
- Knowledge of the working properties of the common metals, selecting standard materials, parts, and equipment required for this work.
Experience & Education
High School Diploma or GED.
Six (6) or more years' experience as a Tool and Die Maker.
Experience with 2 and 3 axis Proto-Trac Milling Machine Programmer.
Previous aviation experience on fabrication of aircraft critical structural components.
Physical Requirements/Working Environment
May be required to carry, push or pull up to 50 pounds.
Must be eligible for a security clearance if required.
May work in an aircraft maintenance hangar or outside in varying weather conditions.
Required to climb, stand, stoop, bend, stretch and work in tiring and uncomfortable positions.
Frequently lifts parts and equipment up to 20 pounds.
- Ability to travel domestically if required.
Ink Maker 2Nd Or 3Rd Shift
Welcome to INX International, your home for performance-proven ink and coating products to match your print application and process. A global supplier as part of Sakata INX, a $1.3 billion company, INX International has more than 15 plants in the U.S. and Canada, and over 50 locations worldwide, on four continents. Among North America's top three ink providers, only INX focuses solely on formulations for printing, from basic chemistries through finished product. We also provide advanced, environmentally-conscious ink systems and services for digital printing operations.
INX is a stable manufacturing company whose average employee has been here over 13.5 years. We offer a competitive salary with excellent benefits including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, disability, 401(k), and more.
We are seeking an Ink Maker at our Appleton, WI facility. This person will weigh raw materials and operate mixers and/or mills. Previous experience within the Ink Industry is preferred.
This position will either be 2nd shift or 3rd shift. The 2nd shift hours are 3 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. The 3rd shift hours are 11:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. We have 3 additional openings. This job posting was updated 1/26/18.
Weigh batches of ink, following directions on the batch ticket
Mix batches of ink and make additions as directed
Run batches on a mill
Package finished product
Operate a forklift
High school diploma or G.E.D.
Previous experience in the ink industry preferred
Must be able to pass a color recognition test
Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.
Basic computer skills
Good communication skills
Able to maintain regular and acceptable attendance
We require a post offer pre-employment drug screen, physical and background check. Equal Opportunity Employer - disability/veteran
Mold Maker (Injection Molding)
To maintain plant equipment and tooling.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assists in production of machined details from prints.
Lays-out and sets-up dies.
Produces parts, details and drawings from samples.
Tears down and rebuilds existing machinery.
Assists engineering and production departments with machine set-ups, new processes, etc.
Fabrication of tooling is produced on time and efficiently while maintaining high quality standards
Coordinates jobs with CNC and EDM departments
Must display a complete understanding/proficiency of all aspects of the mold making process
Proficient in manual milling, grinding, and turning
Ensure all deliveries are met
Understanding of CAD to build a mold from a database as PTA Plastics is a paperless company
Experience in NC programing and EDM a plus
Motivated self-starter with ability to work unsupervised or in a team environment
Builds plastic injection molds from blueprints, technical drawings and CAD models
Sets-up and operate all standard tool room equipment including conventional mills, lathes, surface grinders, sinker E.D.M. machine and CNC mills
Surface-grinds, file, and bench flat & contoured molding surface and shut-offs
Regularly will compute dimensions, plan layouts and determine assembly method/sequence of operations
Assists in the training and development of Junior Mold Makers
Assembles and disassemble plastic injection molds
Examines standard or previously used molds, tools, jigs, and fixtures and recommend design modifications regarding construction and function of part
Designs and builds fixtures
Interfaces with Engineers and plastic Injection personnel
Suggests improvements to molds or process including materials & machines
Verifies dimensions, alignments and clearances
Visually troubleshoots mold problems when necessary, utilizing part samples to determine root cause of problem
Operates mobile equipment including but not limited to, fork trucks, overhead cranes, pallet jack
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
The principal duties and responsibilities of the Tool Room Personnel consist of, but are not limited to, the following:
Reads and interprets blueprints or works from verbal or written instructions, sketches, or from the actual part to be copied or fitted.
Plans the setup and operation of various machine shop tools, considering types of material, tolerances, and machine tool feeds and speeds.
Heat treats and welds parts as required.
Uses precision measuring and gauging tools, performing required inspections before, during, and after machining.
Uses hand tools of the trade for modifications as required.
Fits and assembles mold parts, tools, and dies. Sets up, runs off, and tests molds to produce a product meeting specifications, tracing die difficulties to their source and making any necessary modifications.
May assist machinists and millwrights in injection molding press overhaul.
May assist product designers by providing information about potential manufacturing difficulties with new product designs.
Various other duties as assigned
Ability to operate all machine shop equipment such as a lathe, saw, mill, drill press etc.
Ability to read and understand all safety operating procedures and to use all safety features of the equipment.
Ability to weld, including tool steels.
Knowledge in tool steel selection and heat treatment.
Some knowledge of pneumatics, hydraulics, machine and motor control.
Good problem-solving skills and ability to work with minimum supervision.
Ability to communicate with designers concerning technical ramifications of designs.
Willingness to follow safety rules when operating machine tools and assembling heavy mold parts.
High school diploma or general education degree (GED).
Completion of Tool and Die apprenticeship or 5 years equivalent work experience.
OTHER SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Ability to use the required personal protective equipment at all times.
Requires ability to walk, stand, carry materials, stoop, kneel, bend at waist, and climb ladders or equipment.
Maximum unassisted lift – 75 lbs. Average lift less than 25 lbs.
Tool Maker Ii/Global Development Center (1 Of 2) (1St & 2Nd Shift)
DePuy Synthes is recruiting for a Tool Maker III, located in Raynham, MA.
DePuy Synthes is a Johnson & Johnson company that is one of the leaders in the medical device industry. Our implants and instruments are used by orthopaedic surgeons to treat patients with conditions resulting from traumatic injuries, degenerative diseases, deformities, and sports related injuries. Our environment is entrepreneurial, learning-driven, and is as challenging as it is rewarding.
DePuy Synthes Companies of Johnson & Johnson is the largest, most innovative and comprehensive orthopaedic and neurological business in the world. DePuy Synthes Companies offer an unparalleled breadth and depth of products, services and programs in the areas of joint reconstruction, trauma, spine, sports medicine, neurological, craniomaxillofacial, power tools and biomaterials. Building on the legacy and strengths of two great companies, more agile and better equipped to meet the needs of today's evolving health care environment. With a focus on activating insights to develop innovative, comprehensive solutions, we are inspired to advance patient care in greater ways than either company could accomplish on its own.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Conceptualize, plan and fabricate/modify a wide variety of tooling, instruments, gauges and other machined components to very close tolerances from blueprints, sketches or verbal instructions.
Set up and operates all tool room equipment, including programming and operation of CNC machining centers, lathes and wire EDM's, manual mills and lathes, and demonstrates consistent optimum results.
Utilize all required tool room ancillary equipment such as sine bars, rotary tables, index fixtures, and inspection tools.
Fabricates all tools, fixtures from blue prints, sketches or verbal instructions with tool room equipment.
Perform test runs on tooling and makes any necessary alterations.
Utilizes Unigraphics CAD software to design fixtures, complex tooling, machine assemblies, and automation assemblies, in support of advanced manufacturing
Utilizes UG CAD software to create complex engineering drawings
Utilizes CAM software to program CNC equipment including Milling Machines, Lathes, Wire EDM, Sinker EDM as well as other equipment.
Perform heat treatment of metals, welding, soldering and brazing.
Assemble tooling and instruments after completion of machine and hand operations, and works closely with process engineers to assure process capability
Select appropriate engineering materials to assure safety and effectiveness of all mechanical components designed and fabricated.
Understand and can apply regulatory (QSR, ISO, GMP) requirements in everyday activities.
Maintain safety and quality compliance, and work effectively in a team environment.
Apply critical thinking in solving problems
High School Degree or Equivalent.
2 years direct experience as a Toolmaker is required.
2 years of experience programming and operating all manual machines for toolmaking is required: Including Bridgeport's, Lathes, Grinders, as well as all other related manual machines, hand tools, welding and heat treat operations.
2 years of experience in programming and operating CNC equipment, including Milling Machines, Lathes, Wire EDM, Sinker EDM, as well as other CNC equipment is required.
Utilize CAM software in the fabrication of tools, fixtures and gauges; Ability to utilize Unigraphics CAD software is highly desirable
Must be available for 1st (6am – 2pm) or 2nd (2pm – 10pm) shifts.
Must be available for overtime if requested
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