Further Your Career with These Job Opportunities from American StaffCorp

Why Manufacturing Jobs are the Best Jobs

If you are looking for a manufacturing job, or if you have one now and are looking for something better, one with higher pay, American StaffCorp has a variety of manufacturing jobs available. You can check them all out on our website. Apply now and start earning extra cash in time for the holidays. Here is a sample of some of the jobs available.

Hydraulic/Electrical Technician

The person hired for this job will have experience in electrical, and hydraulic repair. The technician will be responsible for installing new commercial truck equipment, such as service bodies, cranes, and air compressors. The technician will also troubleshoot and repair used service equipment. You must have your own tools (Standard mechanics rolling toolbox you would find in a truck repair shop.) Applicants should have at least three years of experience. The position pays $16 to $18 an hour.

Structure Welder

Applicants for this job should be able to weld fabricated parts of structural metal products in the shop, plan the sequence of operation, and meet quality standards. The person should be able to obtain specified electrodes and insert electrodes into a portable holder or thread a consumable electrode wire through a portable welding gun. He should also be able to connect cables from a welding unit to obtain amperage, voltage, slope, and pulse, as specified by a welding engineer or welding technician and be able to set a welding machine wire feed, as well as read blueprints. Applicants must pass 2g and 3g weld tests. The employer is looking for a person with at least two years of welding experience.

CNC Lathe Operator

This company offers top-of-the-line benefits. Candidates must be able to do set-ups, edits, and operate CNC lathes/mills. They also need to have experience with mics, calipers, and gauges and be able to provide their own tools. Starting salary is $18-$25 an hour depending on experience.

Structural Fitter

The person hired for this job must be experienced in reading blueprints and layout documents. The person also needs to have basic experience with Mig to tack up fittings.

Electrical Assembly

An electrical assembler performs any combination of the following tasks to assemble electronic components, subassemblies, products, or systems — reading work orders, following production drawings and sample assemblies or receiving verbal instructions regarding duties to be performed, positioning, aligning, or adjusting workpieces or electrical parts to facilitate wiring or assembly, crimping, staking, screwing, bolting, drilling, riveting, soldering, cementing, press fitting or performing similar operations to join or secure parts in place, using hand tools, power tools, machines, and equipment. Other duties include mounting assembled components, such as transformers, resistors, transistors, capacitors, integrated circuits, and sockets, on a chassis panel.

Other jobs available include mechanical assembly, wiring harness assembly, press operators, fabrication, grinders, and machinists, among many others.

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If you are looking for work, get in touch with us at American StaffCorp. With almost 50 years of experience, we have the expertise and the network to find the right job for you. Give us a call today.

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