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HELP WANTED


Looking for an exciting opportunity to put your mechanical/electrical experience to use? Kohler Co has a 3rd shift Engineering Technician position available (Kohler, WI.).


Requirements:


• Two-year degree in engineering technology, manufacturing and/or controls or three to five years of experience.


• AutoCAD experience. • Root cause analysis experience. • Quality control charting.


https://kohler.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails. aspx?id=12960


Looking for an exciting opportunity to put your technical experience to use? Kohler Co has 3rd shift Molding Line Control Technician position available (Kohler, WI.).


Requirements:


• High school diploma required, associate’s degree preferred.


• One to two years, foundry experience preferred.


• Green sand molding system and melt chemistry experience preferred.


https://kohler.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails. aspx?id=13540


FOR SALE-USED EQUIPMENT


Manufacturers Reps wanted for a gray & ductile foundry located in the Midwest. Cupola and electric melt with Disamatics, B & P’s, Squeezers and Rota- lifts. Casting range from 1# to 100#. TX, OK, AR and OH, PA, NY areas. Contact sales@faircastinc.com or 641-209-4106.


SALES ENGINEER—Joest (www.Joest-US.com) has been designing and manufacturing vibratory equipment at our Chicago-Area facility since 2006. Our growth in foundry material handling lines and replacement equipment throughout North America has proven that the market wants more of Joest’s innovative, high-quality solutions. We are now expanding our sales team to meet these growing needs. Candidates must have at least 5 years direct, hands-on experience selling foundry capital equip- ment and solutions at the engineering and C-Levels. The right person must have a solid understanding of foundry processes and talk technical details with limited support. Please send resumes to sales@joest-us.com


Career


Opportunities Packages Available Now!


REPS WANTED


Tazewell Machine Works, Inc., an Aluminum Sand Foundry and Machine Shop located in Central Il- linois, is looking for additional Manufacturer Reps. We are ISO 9001-2015 Certified and have been in business Since 1945 and remain under the same family ownership.


Foundry Capabilities include mold sizes ranging from 16”x24” to 38”x60” with casting weights up to over 300 lbs. Machine Shop Capabili- ties include CNC Lathes, Horizontal Machining Centers, and Vertical Machining Centers up to 64” X-Travel.


We supply both Rough and Machined Castings to our Customers and our Current Customer Base Includes numerous Small and Large OEM’s, including some Fortune 500 Companies. Capa- bilities also Include Prototypes to High Volumes and many different types of castings ranging from Oil- Pans and Water-Jacketed Manifolds to Waffle Cone Bakers.


Our Management Team and Experienced Work- force value our many Long-Term Customer Relationships and we want to further diversify our Customer Base. We currently have open capacity on all Molding Lines and numerous territories are available.


Please visit www.tazewellmachine.com for more information and feel free to contact Mack Cakora @ 309-347-3181 or mcakora@tazewellmachine.com


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