Why Join the CDI Team?
Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, Short/Long Term Disability, and so much more!
4 Day Work Week
Paid Holidays right away
Start accruing PTO on Day 1
Safety shoe and safety glasses reimbursement Year-end cash bonuses available
Year-end cash bonuses
Local Family Owned Company
Build and repair DH rotor cassettes
Welding the wheel into the frame
Assembling motors and drive chains
Complete electrical wiring of the wheel
Read drawings for design, dimensions, and tolerances.
Determine the appropriate coating and method per manufacturing standards and customer specifications for the intended use and environment of the unit.
Apply surface finishes to product per manufacturing standards and customer specifications.
Apply paint or other surface treatment to metal or other surfaces utilizing brush, roller, spray gun, or other appropriate method.
Calculate surface area to be finished and coverage expectations. Determine finish material purchase and inventory requirements based on planned consumption. Provide details regarding material needs to the Materials Control Team for procurement.
Proficient in stainless steel welding and ability to hold critical tolerances
Able to properly use these tools: plasma cutter, band saw, drills, gas torch, mig welder, tig welder, spot welder, die, air tools and grinders, tube swedger, impact wrench
Basic understanding of electrical wiring
Able to read blueprints and/or shop drawings or sketches.
Perform mathematical calculations involving multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction of dimensions represented decimally or in fractions.
Organizational skills and documentation/record keeping abilities.
Able to use finishing equipment such as spraying equipment, industrial forklifts and pallet jacks, pneumatic screw guns, hand held electric grinders, and miscellaneous hand tools.
Able to use and handle solvents, paints, cleaning supplies and various other chemicals which have varying degrees of safety and health hazards.
Must be physically able to use a respirator.
High school graduate or equivalent is preferred
Shop courses or equivalent experience is helpful
Minimum of three years work experience in welding in a team-oriented manufacturing environment
Ability to routinely lift 50 pounds.
Two years of experience in automotive or industrial painting including experience with HVLP (high volume low pressure) systems.
Familiarity in using standard safety equipment in the industrial paint environment.
Career Level Others
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