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Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Manufacturing Technician

HOT FILL positions in Jacksonville FL!

Greetings Veterans! 
We are seeking candidates to fill 120 positions in Jacksonville Florida.  If the candidates or you are interested in position below, please send us your resume today.
There is a relocation reimbursement fee of 500.00 per month for the first three months, and for the candidate who live outside 150 miles.

Manufacturing TechnicianJacksonville, FL
Essential Functions/Responsibilities:
•Monitors and adjust the process to improve the throughput. Responsible for operating, maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing the equipment while adhering to all safety procedures (95%)
•Performs routine cleaning and clearing of jams. May assist with PMs (5%)
Position Summary:
•Under general supervision, performs all responsibilities necessary to operate, troubleshoot, adjust, repair, and maintain the equipment
•Able to perform a variety of tasks needed to monitor and adjust the process to improve throughput
•Able to perform routine cleaning and non-routine maintenance with adherence to all safety policies and procedures
•Adheres to environmental policy and procedures and supports department environmental objectives
Job Qualifications:
•Minimum of 4 years maintenance or engineering experience with high volume production line environment, continuous operation preferred along with knowledge and exposure to the following areas:
-              Electrical
-              Pneumatics
-              Electronics
-              Programmable Logic Controller (PLC)
-              Hydraulics
-              Preventative and Corrective Maintenance
Manufacturing environment experience a strong plus
•Ability to read and interpret blue prints and schematics
•High School Diploma or equivalent
•All candidates must successfully pass a written skills assessment exam (Ramsay Test) and management interview
•Physical demands of the job include: stooping, crouching, walking, pulling, light lifting (up to 25 lbs.), grasping, hearing, visual acuity, kneeling, reaching, pushing, talking, standing, fingering, and climbing. Inside environmental conditions in an air conditioned manufacturing environment
•Assist with PMs. Maintain current knowledge and adhere to provisions of FDA, OSHA, GMP, MPs, and ISO 9001, ISO 14001, equipment specifications and process specifications (preferred)
•Flexibility to rotate between day and night shift
•Excellent communication skills – both written and verbal
•Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks. Good organizational skills. Ability to work in an empowered team work environment
•Office equipment used: personal computer, printer, copier, Microsoft Office Suite, and other software as required
•All candidates must be able to work either day or night shifts in addition to every other weekend. Great shift schedules are available – every other week will be a three day weekend! Employees will work 3 days one week and 4 days the following week (non-consecutive days). Shifts are 12 hours resulting in built-in overtime (anything over 36 hours of straight time) and cost effective transportation opportunities!
Day Shift: 6AM-6PM ($17 per hour)
Night Shift: 6PM-6AM ($19.04 per hour)

You will be required to take a scheduled (August 1st, 15th and 29th) Ramsey Test
1.Mechanical systems and components including: gearboxes, conveyors, drives, bearings, pumps, shafts, valves, etc.
2.Electrical hardware including: servos, switches, heaters, AC/DC motors, blowers, fans, fuses, circuit breakers, power supplies, etc.
3.Pneumatic systems and components including: hoses, fittings, couplings, accumulators, regulators, air cylinders, vacuum generators, etc.
4.Hydraulic/fluid systems including: flow connectors, pressure relief valves, hoses, piping, connectors, filters, etc.
5.Ability to read and interpret informational charts and diagrams, including pie charts and bar charts
6.Read and interpret mechanical and assembly, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic prints and diagrams
7.Use hand tools, measuring tools and instruments

Please share and send out throughout your network, to all veterans, disabled veterans, family, and friends who think may be interested in this opportunity beside yourself.

We look forward to hearing from you. 

David Moorefield  U.S.  Marine Corps (Retired)
DAK Resources
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Jacksonville, Florida 32216
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