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Flint & Walling, Inc. is committed to providing its employees with a positive, healthy work environment that encourages personal growth, training, and independent thought. As a result, F&W employees are often long term members of the F&W team, with some families in the community in their 2nd, 3rd or even 4th generation of employment. F&W supports the local community, and provides a competitive benefit and fringe package to its employees.
We offer great benefits as well as a pleasant work environment for our employees. Some of these benefits are listed below.
Affordable health insurance is also available.
Every employee contributes to the success of Flint & Walling, whether in production, engineering, customer service or other support functions. F&W thanks all its employees for providing our customers with the value added service and quality products they need to compete in today’s markets.
Flint & Walling currently has the following positions open:
PUMP TESTING TECHNICIAN
Flint & Walling, a manufacturer of USA-built water pumps in Kendallville, Indiana, has an immediate opening for a Pump Testing Technician. This hands-on position will test and evaluate pumps to validate units are running correctly and help troubleshoot with Engineering to identify any concerns. Potential candidates typically have a background which may include but not limited to Plumbing, Electrical, Maintenance, or other Service Trade. This job would appeal to anyone who desires an independent work environment, hands-on, and enjoys troubleshooting.
LEAN & CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT COORDINATOR
This position is to lead, actively participate, and implement best Lean practices to support an efficient manufacturing work place environment. This position will impact customer satisfaction by improving quality, speed, and overall costs of our work place.
Lean or productivity manufacturing experience with 5 years of experience desired.
Directly reports to Plant Operations / President
Job Summary and Responsibilities:
Responsibilities are to maintain, troubleshoot, and repair all production equipment plant wide to prevent and/or correct any electrical or mechanical issues. Perform preventive maintenance PM’s and inspections on all production equipment, building, and facility equipment. Analyze equipment failures, recommend and implement corrective action. Installs, maintains, and repairs equipment, physical structures of building, plumbing, and electrical systems. Must be able to read electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic schematics and have a strong electrical background and experience with three phase 480 delta/wye voltages and single phase AC voltages 240/208/120, and 24 volt DC circuits. Experience welding and fabricating skills is a plus. Pneumatic and hydraulic troubleshooting and repair experience. Must have experience with troubleshooting and minor programming on Allen - Bradley PLC‘s, PLC circuits. Mazak and Okuma CNC troubleshooting and repair is a plus.
High school diploma or GED required. Preferred two year technical degree or Journeyman Maintenance Certificate.
Minimum 7 years maintenance experience with a strong electrical back ground.
Salary Range; start at $20.35, top pay after three years is $20.75
Open positions: 1st shift and 3rd shift
Submit resumes to:
95 N Oak St
Kendallville, IN 46755
Attn: H.R. Department
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