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Banner Welder Inc. is a world-class builder of custom designed automated machinery and systems. We currently are seeking a high energy, results oriented members to join our team.

Production & Material Handling Associate

Job Department: Assembly
Reports to: Assembly Supervisor
Revised Date: September 6, 2022
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Summary

This position is a support to the manufacturing and assembly departments. The incumbent will be assigned a variety of tasks to complete during the day that range from picking up materials from suppliers, assisting Assemblers with organizing materials or basic assembly operations, or facility maintenance. This positions requires flexibility, adaptabilitty, experiecne with using various powered and manual hand tools, and general safe work practices in a manufacturing environment. This in an entry level positon ideal for someone who likes to work with their hands and grow with the company into other manufacturing positions.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

Under the direction and supervision of their supervisor, the incumbent performs a wide variety of tasks ranging from using company motor vehicles to drop off and pick up materials from suppliers, using a pallet jack or forklift to unload trucks and moving material around the facility, and packing\crate building\palletizing tooling, machinery, or other items for shipment. Furthermore, incumbent will perform daily inspections of facility equipment as assigned and provide shop area clean up, waste disposal, and recycling on a periodic and daily basis.  Incumbent will also be involved in the organization and delivery of manufactured and purchased components to the job site once received into our ERP system. 

As need arises, incumbent will be instructed in manufacturing or build operations such as saw cutting, light assembly operations of simple mechanical assemblies or sub-assemblies, and running of equipment approval parts on customer machines. Incumbent is also responsible for such other duties as management may assign to the position from time to time.

Education, Experience and Qualifications

Requires high school education and up to 1 year of related work experience in a manufacturing or machine shop environment. Furthermore, mechanical aptitude, proper use and interpretation of a tape measure, basic understanding of the safe use of hand tools, hand held pneumatic tools and power tools is required. Familiarity with using a computer and past usage of Microsoft Office suite is plus.

Position requires good math and basic computer skills including familiarity with Microsoft Office suite, good verbal and communicative skills, ability to follow demonstrated instructions, and ability to interact with others. Incumbent must also be able to obtain a forklift driver’s license and have a valid driver’s license (CDL not required) to operate the company’s motor vehicles on public roads.        Ability to read and understand specifications and drawings desirable.

Physical Requirements

Most often incumbent works as an individual but will occasionally work in a team environment.  Incumbent’s duties are almost always performed while standing, or exercising other related gross motor skills such as bending, kneeling, squatting, reaching, lifting, twisting, etc.  Assignments can vary significantly and require a degree of adaptability and flexibility.  Position requires the ability to handle weights up to 50 pounds frequently throughout the day.

Work Environment

Incumbent most often is required to function in a collaborative manner with other shop personnel in a team effort in problem solving/corrective activities.  Must effectively interface with suppliers’ personnel while at their location to pick up and drop off materials.  Position requires initiative and dependability in all that they do.

Application Submission

Please send cover letter and resume along with salary history to rdrebenstedt@bannerweld.com; kschmidt@bannerweld.com; ldowd@bannerweld.com with "Job Applicant Submission: Production & Material Handling Associate" in the subject line.


Machinist III \ IV

Job Department: Fabrication & Machine Shop
Reports to: Fabrication & Machine Shop Supervisor
Revised Date: September 2, 2022
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Summary

The specific work of a machinist can differ each day, depending on the parts being created; however, the primary role is to produce machine parts and tools using precision CNC (computer numerical control) and manual machining equipment. The incumbent will set up, creating programming instructions, adjust and maintain all equipment used in their daily job activities along with maintaining quality and safety standards, keeping records, and maintaining equipment and machining supplies.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

The incumbent is responsible for planning the machining steps by studying blueprints, engineering sketches, interpreting dimensions and tolerances, materials specifications, and machining parameters. If there may be an issue, they discuss part designs with an engineer and\or supervisor as needed to guarantee manufacturability and collaborate to modify designs when existing ones are not feasible. Furthermore they determine the fixtures, attachments and tools necessary to complete jobs according to specifications, and mount them to machine prior to beginning cutting.  Finally they program the machines by entering instructions, including zero and reference points; setting tool registers, offsets, compensation, and conditional switches and the like required.

During the machining of the components, the incumbent will oversee cutting process, make adjustments throughout each job modifying machine speed, tooling and cutting style to ensure precision and accuracy of manufactured parts. Additionally, the incumbent is diligent in catching mistakes as they happen and take necessary measures to eliminate errors. Furthermore, to assure good machine performance, they supervise machine temperatures, ensure that machine has adequate warm-up and cool-down time between jobs and replaces coolant periodically. Upon completion, the incumbent inspects all finished components for accuracy and uniformity to ensure part quality.

Furthermore, the incumbent will maintains safe operations by adhering to safety procedures and regulations and perform daily, weekly and monthly maintenance tasks to ensure machine longevity, including lubrication, cleaning and tool replacement. Finally the incumbent is also responsible for such other duties as management may assign to the position from time to time.

Education, Experience and Qualifications

Requires a minimum of high school diploma or equivalent; minimum 3 years’ experience demonstrating a broad understanding in setting up, programming (G Code), troubleshooting, and operating CNC and manual lathes and milling machines; and comfortable using tools and maintaining machinery. Must have solid grasp of machining practices and various metal characteristics.  Must be able to read blue prints, interpret dimensioning, and use various precision measuring equipment to validate quality. Knowledge of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry, and their application is a requirement. Knowledge and use of CAM software is a plus.

Work Environment

Incumbent basically works alone in a moderate environment, but Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required (safety glasses, shoes, gloves, etc.). Noise levels may be distracting, but are within acceptable limits. A high level of accuracy is required in this position. They also have hand-eye coordination and are able to work in a physically demanding environment where standing is the norm.

Application Submission

Please send cover letter and resume along with salary history to rdrebenstedt@bannerweld.com; dduquaine@bannerweld.com; ldowd@bannerweld.com with "Job Applicant Submission: Machinist III \ IV" in the subject line.


Machine Builder - Electrical Assembly III \ IV

Job Department: Assembly
Reports to: Assembly Supervisor
Revised Date: September 2, 2022
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Summary

The Electrical Assembler performs wiring and assembly operations required for machinery and integrated systems involving the connection of intricate apparatus and fairly complex circuits. Planning, machine layout, wiring of electrical panels, general fabrication, assembly, plumbing and placement of valves for air and water lines is typical. Incumbent must read and interpret wiring diagrams, blueprints, specifications and layouts to determine materials requirements, and assembly operations. Incumbent is responsible for designing, fabricating and welding of brackets for control cabinets, light curtains, guarding, switches, etc. Incumbent may be called upon to assist with testing operations on machinery and complete cells, the calibration and regulation of units and final assemblies to meet load capacities and operating requirements. They may also assist with de-bugging of machinery and integrated systems.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

The Electrical Assembler is responsible for the assembly of parts, weldments, & subassemblies per engineering specifications in an accurate and timely manner. Duties performed include:

  • Read and interpret electrical & pneumatics prints to determine procedures and assembly sequence.
  • Layout machines – electrically & pneumatically to meet customer specifications under direction of lead a person or supervisor
  • Troubleshoot basic assembly problems.
  • Wire, layout and build panels, and troubleshoot circuits using a multi-meter.
  • Assemble and fit parts, subassemblies and mechanisms together. Fabricate extra bracketry as required.
  • Make adjustments to tooling in support of machinery debug.
  • Operate a fork truck and overhead cranes as needed to support the machinery build process.
  • Create and\or complete all necessary documentation and paperwork as required (some documentation is done on computers).
  • Travel (some travel maybe international) for installs or service calls – Can be up to 25% of the time but the average is 10%

Education, Experience and Qualifications

The following are several key requirements:

  • High school education and 3 to 5 years related work experience. Associate degree in an electrical or electronic field is beneficial but not required.
  • Must have mechanical aptitude, and understand electrical principles and wiring practices.
  • Ability to read and understand documents such as blueprints, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
  • Must be familiar with & safely operate portable power tool and machine tools such as drill press, band saw, cut-off saw and grinder.
  • Ability to write standard documentation such as a trip report, expense report, etc. & comfortable with documenting on a computer.
  • Ability to communicate effectively (oral and written) with other employees of the organization and customers in a quick and accurate manor.
  • Previous experience and training with PLC logic, programming, robotics, welding (MIG or resistance) are beneficial but not required.
  • Basic knowledge of carpentry, pneumatics, and hydraulics is beneficial but not required.
  • Work overtime & travel as required to support customer needs.

Work Environment

Incumbent spends a significant part of the workday standing, and performs physical activities that require considerable use of his arms and legs, and moving his entire body, such as climbing, lifting, walking, stooping, and handling of materials. Position requires very good near vision for seeing details at close range, as well as good arm-hand steadiness, finger and manual dexterity. Must also possess physical flexibility and coordination.

Incumbent sometimes works alone, but most often works in a team environment where he might be called upon to be the team leader. Subject to direction and supervision, the incumbent works in a job shop environment where duties may vary significantly from day to day, thereby requiring a degree of flexibility, initiative, and ability to prioritize. Incumbent may be required to interface with others in problem solving situations, and with other workers as part of their training. May also have significant interface with customers" personnel while performing installation, repair or rebuilding of machines at the customers location.

Application Submission

Please send cover letter and resume along with salary history to rdrebenstedt@bannerweld.com; cperkins@bannerweld.com; ldowd@bannerweld.com with "Job Applicant Submission: Machine Builder - Electrical Assembly III \ IV" in the subject line.


Machine Builder - Mechancial Assembly III \ IV

Job Department: Assembly
Reports to: Assembly Supervisor
Revised Date: September 2, 2022
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Summary

The mechanical assembler performs diversified operations to assemble, install, rebuild or repair intricate, large and expensive precision machines. Assembly and erection procedures are standard practices implemented in accordance with customer specifications and sometimes complicated assembly drawings. Incumbent performs skilled fitting of parts, sub-assemblies and units, and alignment, adjustment and required secondary machining and fabrication. Working with engineers, must be capable of complex problem solving and corrective actions. Incumbent is occasionally called upon to instruct and oversee the work of Mechanical Assemblers with lower classification. Finally, utilizing precision measuring instruments and gauging devices, incumbent inspects and tests completed components, and participates in the testing and final inspection of completed machines.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

The Mechanical Assembler is responsible for the assembly of parts, weldments, & subassemblies per engineering specifications in an accurate and timely manner. Duties performed include:

  • Read and interpret drawing\print specifications to determine procedures and assembly sequence.
  • Layout machines – Assemble and fit parts, subassemblies and mechanisms together. Fabricate extra bracketry as required.
  • Troubleshoot basic assembly problems and make adjustments to tooling in support of machinery debug.
  • Operate a fork truck and overhead cranes as needed to support the machinery build process.
  • Operate various hand tools, power hand tools, and machine tools to make adjustments to tooling or the parts.
  • Use a variety of precision measuring devices to set up and adjust parts and verify conformance of work to specifications.
  • Create and\or complete all necessary documentation and paperwork as required (some documentation is done on computers).
  • Travel (some travel maybe international & require overnight stays) for installs or service calls – During peak demand can be up to 25% of the time but the average is 10%

Education, Experience and Qualifications

The following are several key requirements:

  • High school education and 3 to 5 years related work experience. Associate degree in an associated field is beneficial but not required.
  • Ability to exercise logic to identify problems, alternative solutions, conclusions and approach to problems.
  • Good math and computer skills, good verbal and communicative skills, ability to interact with others.
  • Must have mechanical aptitude, and understand mechanical assembly principles and practices.
  • Ability to read and understand documents such as blueprints, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
  • Familiarity with interpretation of GD&T beneficial but not required.
  • Must be familiar with & safely operate portable power tool and machine tools such as drill press, band saw, cut-off saw and grinder.
  • Ability to write standard documentation such as a trip report, expense report, etc. & comfortable with documenting on a computer.
  • Ability to communicate effectively (oral and written) with other employees of the organization and customers in a quick and accurate manor.
  • Previous experience and training with PLC logic, programming, robotics, or welding (MIG or resistance) are beneficial but not required.
  • Basic knowledge of carpentry, pneumatics, and hydraulics is beneficial but not required.

Work Environment

Incumbent spends a significant part of the workday standing, and performs physical activities that require considerable use of his arms and legs, and moving his entire body, such as climbing, lifting, walking, stooping, and handling of materials. Position requires very good near vision for seeing details at close range, as well as good arm-hand steadiness, finger and manual dexterity. Must also possess physical flexibility and coordination.

Incumbent sometimes works alone, but most often works in a team environment where he might be called upon to be the team leader. Subject to direction and supervision, the incumbent works in a job shop environment where duties may vary significantly from day to day, thereby requiring a degree of flexibility, initiative, and ability to prioritize. Incumbent may be required to interface with others in problem solving situations, and with other workers as part of their training. May also have significant interface with customer’s personnel while performing installation, repair or rebuilding of machines at the customers location.

Application Submission

Please send cover letter and resume along with salary history to rdrebenstedt@bannerweld.com; cperkins@bannerweld.com; ldowd@bannerweld.com with "Job Applicant Submission: Machine Builder - Mechancial Assembly III \ IV" in the subject line.


General Resume' Submission

Job Department: Human Resources
Revised Date: July 12, 2021
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Summary

To present your credentials to Banner for a position not as of yet being posted.

Application Submission

Please send cover letter and resume along with salary history to rdrebenstedt@bannerweld.com with "Job Applicant Submission: General Resume' Submission" in the subject line.


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