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Job: Materials Processor – Chris King Precision Components

Posted by on May 8th, 2014 at 9:29 am

Job Title
Materials Processor

Company/Organization
Chris King Precision Components

Job Description
Seeking qualified applicants for our machine shop. Job duties include moving materials through the production process by performing various tasks from receiving/preparing raw materials (steel and aluminum barstock) and cutting barstock to sanding, buffing and basic machining. Material Processors are also responsible for a variety of tasks including recycling efforts, washing equipment, minor assembly operations, inventory and general shop help. Must have strong mechanical aptitude. Must be able to lift and manuever up to 50 lbs, stand for long hours and perform repetitive motions. This job entails working in a loud environment and wearing the following personal protective equipment: work boots, aprons, safety glasses, hearing protection and optional dust masks.

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

How to Apply
The successful applicant will be team oriented, eager to learn, enthusiastic and have a strong commitment to the community, the environment and excellence in general. Please furnish a letter of interest and resume in the body of an e-mail to jobs@chrisking.com (no attachments will be accepted). A drug free environment and equal opportunity employer. Visit our website at www.chrisking.com.

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