A client of mine I did some training for occasionally asks me to do some recruiting for them. It's out of my normal searches, but it's fun to try new things, and so I took on a search and completed it last year.
It's for CNC Machinists in Connecticut. Well, they need another, and I figured I'd do it again, using my super awesome sourcing skills, but wanted to post a job first.
This is my job posting. I've found this style is much better than the old way.
A client of mine is looking for a highly skilled, experienced CNC Machinist.
The job description would bore you, and includes information about safety, and being a team player. So instead, here is the real description.
1) high volume machining prototyping of small and micro parts in milling and turning.
2) MasterCAM 7 for programming, but we also use PartMaker, Solidwords, and Autocad.
We're working in the medical field, so we need close tolerances. Everyone says they do that, but I'll need to know what you think a close tolerance is.
You'll do the basics.
-Program VMC and Lathe
-Load and Unload Fixtures
-Inspect Own Parts / Work
And we'll pretend that you don't need this brand experience, but the truth is it's a big plus:
Brother VMC, Miyano Lathe, and Tsugami Swiss
Pay is pretty good - you can pick hourly or salary. And the company is a solid group. It's big, but not too big. They're not in danger of running out of money, and they plenty of projects to work on. The bosses understand the industry, have engineering degrees, and try their best to build a team spirit. No one's perfect, but the guy I placed here last year is pretty happy.
Contact me with a resume, and I'll give you more details. This is a first shift position, and you need to be within 60 miles of ________ or used to commuting that distance now.