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Job: Machine Maintenance Support – Chris King Precision Components – FILLED

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Job Title
Machine Maintenance Support

Chris King Precision Components

Job Description
Chris King Precision Components, Manufacturer of precision bicycle components, is seeking qualified applicants for a full-time support position working in our Machine Shop. If you like tinkering, working on cars or taking things apart and putting them back together then this is the job for you. The Machine Maintenance Support role will be assisting the Machine Maintenance Technicians in a variety of daily tasks including, but not limited to: machine cleaning and moves, basic repair, fabricating various items such as workstations and guards, running errands using the company vehicle, operating hand tools and measuring instruments and upholding safety standards.

This is a great opportunity for any one looking to start a career in Machine Maintenance! A successful applicant will be have a high mechanical aptitude, be able to work independently and can use good judgement in performing high quality work while maintaining safety practices. Minimum 1 year experience in a machine shop or similar environment is ideal along with a valid drivers license and solid math and hand tool experience. Manual machining, welding and metal fab experience is a plus.

How to Apply
Please furnish cover letter and resume by directly e-mailing to jobs@chrisking.com (no Attachments will be accepted). A drug free environment and equal opportunity employer.

Applicants have rights under Federal Employment Laws
Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO)
Employee Polygraph Protection Act (EPPA)

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