Open Opportunities

We are seeking an outstanding Waterjet Programmer/Operator who can process parts to our specifications using our 90,000 psi Flow Mach3 Waterjet System. These parts are Engineered, Manufactured, and Assembled at our facility.

Responsibilities

  • Safely use established Waterjet Operational techniques and best practices to make parts to Engineering Specifications within the scheduled time allowed.
  • Perform the appropriate Pathing, Nesting, and other Waterjet specific operations using technical knowledge and skills to ensure the accuracy and quality of all finished parts.
  • Analyze and interpret engineering drawings to establish a clear understanding of what work is required to successfully make the part. Perform in-process checks to ensure the parts are conforming to the print.
  • Load and unload materials from the machine.
  • Maintain material inventory
  • Optimize your efforts to assure the success of the team.

Equipment

Our other shop equipment consists of CNC controlled Mills, Lathes (mostly Mazak), Manually Operated Machinery, and Welding.  Employees will  move around if the workload changes to either accommodate bottlenecks or vacation coverage. Most of the parts we make are done by a group effort. Each group will perform their portion of the work as it progresses across the shop. We generally do not make high quantities of the same part, but rather high variability of a low volume of parts. Most parts are built to order for the specific machinery being built. The shop is clean and air conditioned for a comfortable work environment.

Experience and Skill Requirements

  • 5 or more years of Waterjet Programming/Operation or equivalent preferred
  • Flow Waterjet Experience is a plus
  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Able to perform Shop Math
  • Must be proficient with computer
  • Interpret Blue Prints effectively
  • Able to use measuring tools like Calipers, Micrometers, Gages etc.…
  • Ability to set up, program, and operate Waterjet System independently within a team environment

Job Description:

  • Growing manufacturing environment looking for dynamic programmer to help move the business to the next level of technology.
  • Design Dashboards, Web applications, Inventory efficiencies and process flow applications.
  • Support and create web-based inventory applications for use on the latest Android based scanners.
  • Analyze multiple department user needs and develop software solutions to help with growth.
  • Develops and supports the reporting needs of the company.
  • Desire to stay up to date on the latest technologies and create applications to interact with such.

Work experience requirements:     3-5 years with:

  • Oracle/SQL
  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM Customization
  • PowerShell/PowerScript
  • Angular, Bootstrap
  • Entity Framework
  • C#
  • WPF
  • VBA
  • HTML/CSS/JS
  • Crystal Reports
  • Software Development Life Cycle

 

Other desired skills:

  • Microsoft Word/Excel/Access VBA programming
  • AutoCAD/Inventor customization with .NET
  • TFS and GIT version control
  • MVVM design patterns
  • Python
  • ProfitKey

Education Requirements:  B.S. in Computer Science or equivalent.

 

 

 

The Machine Builder plans and performs a wide variety of machine assembly operations, working from Engineering drawings and specifications.

Responsibilities

  • Perform a wide variety of machine assembly functions utilizing precision instruments, hand tools, etc.
  • Make/guide changes to engineering drawings, etc.
  • Operate packaging equipment in the course of assembly, set-up and de-bug.
  • Troubleshoot mechanical/electrical problems.
  • Use hand tools and basic power tools such as drills, grinders, bandsaws, etc. and ensure the assigned area has parts, etc. to complete jobs.
  • Apply a wide variety of knowledge and technical skills in the course of machinery set-up and operations.

Experience and Skill Requirements

One to two years in a design build manufacturing environment.

Education Requirements

High School diploma or equivalent required; A.S. in mechanical technology or advanced training in a manufacturing technology preferred.

If you love to travel, and you're looking for a career where you can learn and grow, we've got the opportunity for you!

The Field Service Technician serves as the front-line customer service representative for Schneider Packaging, providing professional equipment installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, training, and customer support services for the complete range of Schneider products.

Responsibilities

  • Professional installation of new packaging machinery, packaging systems and robotic palletizers.
  • Manage the assigned project, ensuring schedules and goals are met.
  • Perform maintenance and service at customer locations, including troubleshooting and training.
  • Serve as the liaison between the customer and the Company.
  • Provide consistent, accurate and informative updates regarding project status.
  • Demonstrate excellent technical, customer service and communication skills on the job.

Experience and Skill Requirements

  • Minimum 3 years of experience in a field service capacity or as a plant maintenance technician.
  • Understanding of PLC logic and programming capability.
  • FANUC robotics experience preferred.
  • Proficiency in MS Office applications.
  • Strong communication skills.
  • 60% - 75% travel required.

Education Requirements
Associates degree in applied technology or completed mechanical/electrical apprenticeship or equivalent experience.

 

The CNC Lathe Machinist makes parts to our specifications using various tools and equipment.  These parts are engineered, manufactured, and assembled at our facility.

Responsibilities

CNC Machinists at our Company make various parts of steel, aluminum, stainless steel, and plastics.  These parts range in size and are cut from plates, bars, rods, and tubing.  Most of the parts we make are done by a group effort.  The Lathe Group will perform the turning operations to complete the parts.    We generally do not make large quantities of the same part.  Most parts are built to order for the specific machinery being built.  Each employee is empowered to choose the work to be done in their area while following a priority system that supports Company goals.

Equipment

Our shop has a mix of CNC controlled (mostly Mazak) and manually operated machinery.  The specific parts can vary, but there is a good mix of commonly manufactured parts and newly designed ones.  Our primary tooling for turning is Sandvik holders and inserts.  We have a new Autodesk Inventor HSM CAD/CAM package that we are about to begin using. The shop is clean and air conditioned for a comfortable work environment.

Education, Experience and Skill Requirements

  • 5 or more years of CNC machining preferred.
  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Able to perform shop math.
  • Experience with proper usage of tooling for speeds, feeds, usage, etc.
  • Able to interpret blue prints effectively.
  • Able to use measuring tools like calipers, micrometers, gages, etc.
  • Ability to set up, program, and operate CNC machinery independently within a team environment.

The CNC Mill Machinist makes parts to our specifications using various tools and equipment.  These parts are engineered, manufactured, and assembled at our facility.

Responsibilities

CNC Machinists at our Company make various parts of steel, aluminum, stainless steel, and plastics.  These parts range in size and are cut from plates, bars, rods, and tubing.  Most of the parts we make are done by a group effort.  The Milling Group will perform the milling operations to complete the parts.    We generally do not make large quantities of the same part.  Most parts are built to order for the specific machinery being built.  Each employee is empowered to choose the work to be done in their area while following a priority system that supports Company goals.

Equipment

Our shop has a mix of CNC controlled (mostly Mazak) and manually operated machinery.  The specific parts can vary, but there is a good mix of commonly manufactured parts and newly designed ones.  We have a new Autodesk Inventor HSM CAD/CAM package that we are about to begin using. The shop is clean and air conditioned for a comfortable work environment.

Education, Experience and Skill Requirements

  • 5 or more years of CNC machining preferred.
  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Able to perform shop math.
  • Experience with proper usage of tooling for speeds, feeds, usage, etc.
  • Able to interpret blue prints effectively.
  • Able to use measuring tools like calipers, micrometers, gages, etc.
  • Ability to set up, program, and operate CNC machinery independently within a team environment.

 

The Mechanical Design Engineer uses technical expertise, creativity and innovation to design and develop end-of-line packaging solutions from the conceptual design stage through to production in a fast-paced, multi-disciplined team setting, meeting quality, performance, cost, and schedule goals.

Experience and Skill Requirements

  • This position requires a solid foundation of mechanical engineering, acquired through education and/or experience.
  • Experience designing complex electro-mechanical projects preferred.
  • Design and communication skills that facilitate a team-based approach to integrate and work with other engineers, marketing, purchasing, manufacturing and support personnel, customers and vendors.
  • Proven experience creating designs to meet Design for Manufacturing and Assembly (DFMA).
  • A high level of proficiency with 3D parametric CAD modeling software such as Inventor, Solid Works, Solid Edge.
  • Understanding of machine shop tools:  engine lathes, vertical milling machine, sheet metal forming, welding technologies, MIG, TIG, measuring equipment, and machine shop practices.
  • Practicing knowledge of machine design materials:  plastics, low and high carbon steels, various aluminum alloys, stainless steels, carbon composites, etc.
  • Experience with BOM generation, and use of MRP/ERP systems.
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills.  Communication must be timely, clear, and complete.
  • Sustained record demonstrating initiative, motivation, and a sense of urgency.
  • Demonstrated high ethics, integrity, honesty, and patience.

Education Requirements

BS in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent.

The Controls Engineer designs, develops and implements equipment control systems and subsystems from specification through integration and start-up in a fast-paced, multi-disciplined team setting, meeting quality, performance, cost and schedule goals.

Responsibilities

  • Design equipment control systems using established design standards with an eye to current technology and industry trends.
  • Requisition components for projects maintaining compliance with approved vendor lists.
  • Incorporate standard control designs and ancillary subsystems to efficiently design and manufacture in a manner that meets project requirements and facilitates safe, productive startup, operation, maintenance and troubleshooting of equipment.
  • Contribute as a member of a team of design professionals to achieve project, department and company goals.

Experience and Skill Requirements

  • Programming experience with primarily Allen-Bradley SLC and Contrologix. Other platforms helpful.
  • Experience with HMI systems.
  • Knowledge of industrial electrical systems and components.
  • A minimum of three (3) years experience in a design-build manufacturing environment preferred.
  • FANUC robotic experience is a plus.
  • Strong communication and team skills.

Education Requirements

AS, AAS, BS, BSEE, or equivalent experience

Our benefits portfolio is designed to help every employee and their family members get the most out of work and life.  We are proud to offer market-competitive pay, access to comprehensive insurance plans and exceptional care, and the tools, resources and programs to help you and your family live healthy and plan for the future.

  • 401(k) with a company match - we match 50% of your first 6%
  • Medical Insurance
  • Telemedicine Program to save you time, money and frustration
  • Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Accounts - Medical and Dependent Care
  • Supplemental Accident, Sickness, and Cancer Plans
  • Short and Long Term Disability
  • Basic and Dependent Life Insurance
  • Educational Assistance - we'll help in your pursuit of a degree
  • Volunteer Time Off Program so you can support the charitable organizations that are important to you.