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Account Manager

POSITION SUMMARY

This individual will act as a customer liaison who handles all customer relations, maintaining and building existing customer accounts to higher levels of production and acts as the Initial Contact Person responsible for developing new business opportunities in both standard production and Quickturn areas.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Customer contact person for all existing customer inquiries regarding pending work, work in–process, and completed orders.
  • Obtains prints and all necessary documentation for the Estimating Department.
  • Evaluates pricing, and books discrete orders for customers.
  • Responds to potential customer inquiries about products and services following established procedures.
  • Works with Production Control group to track and monitor orders through the shop, relaying status to customers.
  • Evaluates orders with regard to workflow currently being processed.
  • Establishes and maintains working relationships with customers.
  • Develops new business through use of personal customer list for networking in various industries.
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Provides administrative support as needed.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned by management.
SUBORDINATE STAFF
  • None
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
  • BA/BS or equivalent work experience in the manufacturing field required.
  • 2 or more years Sales or Account Representative experience required, preferably in sheet metal manufacturing.
TRAINING REQUIRED
  • ISO-9000 Implementation.
  • InFiSy software system.
  • Customer Service or Sales development courses preferred.
SKILLS
  • Must demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Computer literate with Spreadsheets, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
  • Ability to take and follow directions.
  • Ability to work well with a variety of personalities and corporate positions.
  • Detail oriented with excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Solid Math skills.
  • Ability to understand and implement various marketing and sales strategies to meet market objectives for sales and profitability.
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS
  • Minor travel to customer location of business as required.
Please submit all resumes to: hr@humanetics.com

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Quality Inspector

POSITION SUMMARY

This position performs product audits and part inspection in a variety of different departments and Inspection functions, including Receiving, First Piece, First Article, Plot Inspection, In-process, MRB, Calibration Inspection, Hardware Assembly and Ink Stamp Inspection, Prototype, and Final Inspection.

Essential Job Functions
  • Read and interpret materials, such as workorders, inspection manuals, and blueprints, to determine inspection method.
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, integrating lean and Six Sigma.
  • Record, analyze, and interpret, sample inspection data using basic hand tools, i.e., calipers, micrometers, pin gage, scales, etc.
  • Skilled is using MS Excel to identify trends, create charts and present data.
  • Able to perform all the various functions in the Quality Department through cross training.
  • Experienced in SPC implementation, data collection, charting and training.
  • Perform PPAP’s, control plans, FMEA, Gage R & R.
  • Complete necessary documents to satisfy acceptance or rejection decisions.
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Perform Miscellaneous duties as the job requires or as assigned by management.
  • Help in other departments as needed.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
  • High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent work experience required.
  • 2 or more years’ experience as a Quality Assurance Inspector in a manufacturing environment required.
TRAINING REQUIRED
  • ISO-9001:2015 requirements
  • Additional Departmental Training as required by Quality Assurance Manager.
SKILLS
  • Excellent communication, interpersonal, and analytical skills a must.
  • Be able to accurately complete all required daily paperwork.
  • Must be able to read, understand, and correctly interpret blueprints.
  • Demonstrate ability to operate precision measuring instruments.
  • Demonstrate ability to understand and follow all instructions given.
  • Exhibits advanced working knowledge of manufacturing quality and safety procedures.
Please submit all resumes to: hr@humanetics.com

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Laser Operator A

POSITION SUMMARY

This position requires advanced knowledge of laser set-up and operational procedures for running a variety of sheet metal parts requiring precision cutting and machining.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Be able to set-up and operate a precision laser machine.
  • Must be able to read prints and do layout work.
  • Check jobs running to determine the quality of the piece.
  • Downloads part programs, and has the ability to edit and make adjustments (change of cut conditions, etc) to ensure production requirements are met.
  • Sets gas mixtures for specific types of metals. Determines raw materials needed for each product run.
  • Performs specific maintenance tasks to ensure proper operation of the laser.
  • May Assist Laser Lead or Supervisor in the training of less experienced operators.
  • Responsible to know and enforce all Company and Safety rules and regulations, providing suggestions for improvement to quality and safety as they are identified.
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Perform miscellaneous duties as the job requires or as assigned by management.
  • Help in other departments as needed.
SUBORDINATE STAFF
    None
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
  • High School Diploma, GED, or equivalent work experience required.
  • At least 2 years laser experience required, with 3 or more preferred.
  • Specific operational knowledge of Mazak or Trumpf lasers is preferred.
TRAINING REQUIRED
  • ISO-9000 Implementation
  • CNC Programming
  • OSHA Compliance
  • Specific Laser Operational Procedures
  • Other Departmental Training as Required
SKILLS
  • Ability to understand and follow all instructions given.
  • Familiarity with parts programming using different types of software.
  • Excellent troubleshooting and analytical skills essential.
  • Good interpersonal skills and training abilities.
  • Must be able to read and interpret complex blueprints.
  • Ability to accurately fill out all required daily paperwork.
  • Familiarity with the operation of a variety of measuring instruments (square, dial calipers, etc.).
  • Working knowledge of specific gas and metal properties.
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS
    None
WORKING CONDITIONS
  • LIFTING: UP TO 50lbs.
  • FREQUENCY: Daily
Please submit all resumes to: hr@humanetics.com

Brake Operator A

POSITION SUMMARY

Run / bend parts on brake press to meet blueprint specifications, keeping up with production schedules and meeting quality requirements. Set-up procedures on simple to moderately complex part runs.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Bend parts utilizing brake equipment, assuring quality and productivity.
  • Spot-check quality of work by periodically using measuring equipment and visual inspection.
  • May begin to learn set-up procedures on simple to moderately complex parts.
  • Keep up with traveler and paperwork flow by logging number of parts run to specification.
  • Responsible to know and enforce all safety rules and regulations. Provide suggestions for improvement to safety and quality as they are identified.
  • Follow all safety rules and remain safety conscious at all times.
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Perform miscellaneous duties as the job requires or as assigned by management.
  • Help in other departments as needed.
SUBORDINATE STAFF
    None
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
  • High school diploma, Equivalency (GED), or equivalent work experience required.
  • 2 or more years experience as brake press operator required; Amada R-G 80 and Amada FAB III 8025 experience preferred.
TRAINING REQUIRED
  • ISO-9000 Implementation
  • CNC Programming
  • OSHA Compliance
  • Departmental training as required
SKILLS
  • Ability to understand and follow all instructions given.
  • Fill out required paperwork.
  • Familiarity with reading / interpreting blueprints.
  • Advanced knowledge of brake press operations.
  • Familiarity with the use dial calipers, square and various measuring equipment.
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS
    None
WORKING CONDITIONS
  • LIFTING: UP TO 50lbs.
  • FREQUENCY: Daily
Please submit all resumes to: hr@humanetics.com

Hardware A

POSITION SUMMARY

Use various machines, air tools, and hand tools to insert hardware into sheet metal components. May include assembling piece parts into larger assemblies, and working in an assembly line meeting production schedules and quality requirements. May perform similar and additional duties in Royse Assembly. May Assist Assembly Lead in training of less experienced employees.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Efficient, accurate assembly of materials and parts per customer specifications utilizing department associated equipment such as Milford Rivet machines, Pop-Rivet guns, and assorted hand tools.
  • Count parts going out of the assembly area to ensure accuracy. Perform physical inventory of assembly area by counting parts.
  • Correctly package parts to reduce damage during shipment. Ensure proper paperwork accompanies all jobs by checking part numbers and revisions.
  • Work with the Quality department to assure all parts are being run to specification.
  • Responsible to know and enforce all company safety rules and regulations, quality standards and processes. Provide suggestions for improvement to safety and quality as they are identified.
  • Perform periodic housekeeping in the dept., and cleaning of machines to ensure efficient operation.
  • In the Royse Department, may also perform the following tasks: Perform touch-up work on units or piece parts; Run leak tests on tanks; Perform final inspection on units shipped to customers; Pack and wrap cabinets and piece parts for shipment.
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
  • Perform miscellaneous duties as the job requires or as assigned by management.
  • Help in other departments as needed.
SUBORDINATE STAFF
    None
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
  • High school diploma, Equivalency (GED) required, or equivalent work experience, preferably in a manufacturing environment.
  • 2 or more years experience performing Hardware Assembly functions required.
TRAINING REQUIRED
  • ISO-9000 Implementation
  • OSHA Compliance
  • Departmental training as required.
  • Can read simple to complex blueprints.
SKILLS
  • Ability to read and understand all instructions given by supervisor.
  • Possesses strong mechanical aptitude.
  • Good communication and training skills.
TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS
    None
WORKING CONDITIONS
  • LIFTING: UP TO 50lbs.
  • FREQUENCY: Daily
Please submit all resumes to: hr@humanetics.com

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