GatesAir

Fabrication - Sheet Metal

US-IL-Quincy
3 weeks ago(11/22/2017 12:19 PM)
Requisition ID
11171744
Position Type
Full Time

Company Overview

GatesAir has been an innovator in over-the-air broadcasting for nearly 100 years and offers the industry’s broadest portfolio to help connect our customers to what’s next in over-the-air Television, Radio, and Distribution.

 

Today, GatesAir architects market leading solutions for over-the-air radio and TV and public safety communications, leveraging the best use of wireless spectrum to maximize performance for multichannel, mission-critical services.  With customers in more than 185 countries, the company leads the industry in innovation and design breakthroughs, improving efficiency and reducing total cost of ownership.

 

At GatesAir, we recognize that our employees are the key to our continued success.  Wherever your skills fit in our business — from engineering and sales to service and support —you’ll have the opportunity to play a critical role in helping customers monetize new opportunities while serving the audiences that depend on their content. 

 

If you’re looking to join a market leader and take your career to the next level, contact us today!

 

 

Specific duties include but are not limited to

Shear/Wied Operators:

These positions require the ability to read and understand blueprints as well as the ability to use standard measuring tools to verify part accuracy.  Candidates must be able to understand and operate CNC controlled equipment within specifications which includes loading and unloading of punches and dies per production run.  This position also requires the ability to train and pass a tow motor certification class.

This position will start on days but could go to nights, candidates must be wililng to work the third shift.

 

Qualifications

  • Ability to read and understand blueprints.
  • 3 years experience running machines
  • Full understanding of applying standard measuring tool such as calipers, depth gages, and micrometers.
  • Understanding of different feeds and speeds required for aluminum, brass and copper.

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