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Assembles and installs pipes, tubes, and fittings in units and pressure checks systems by performing the following duties in reasonable and productive time frames.

Position Requirements:

  • Must be able to read a tape measure to 1/8th inch.
  • Must be able to follow verbal instructions.
  • Must be able to use hand tools.
  • Ability to use acetylene and oxygen torch set.
  • Train & work in multiple types of manufacturing positions (i.e. assembly, paint, wire & weld).

Position Duties:
  • Cuts, threads, and bends pipe.
  • Assembles and installs variety of metal and nonmetal pipes, tubes, and fittings; including iron, steel, copper and plastic.
  • Connects pipes using threaded, soldered, brazed, fused or cemented joints.
  • Installs pneumatic components of machines and equipment such as pumps and cylinders.
  • Increases pressure in pipe system and observes connected pressure gauge to test system for leaks.

Additional Information:
  • Number of positions available: 6 (1 positions for 1st Shift & 3 positions for 2nd Shift).
  • Shifts: We have two shifts for production staff - our first shift is from 6: 00am-2: 30pm, M-F, and our second shift is from 2: 30pm-11: 00pm, M-F.
  • Overtime: Yes (before and after shifts).
  • Weekends: Possible.

Shift Breaks:
  • 1st Shift: Break in the morning from 9: 30am-9: 45am, and again for lunch from 12: 00pm-12: 45pm.
  • 2nd Shift: Break in the evening from 5: 30pm-5: 45pm, Dinner from 8: 00pm-8: 30pm, and another break from 10: 00pm-10: 15pm.

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