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Kyle Brooks
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I am certified in machining (manual mill & lathe,CNC mill & lathe, and Master CAM/CAD), OSHA-10 general industry card, OSHA fall prevention cert., Entry level certification millwright (pneumatics & hydraulics), entry level certification electrician and ojt welding (mig and stick, both with limited ability) #welding with a passion

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Lawrence White
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St Morton, IL - Aerotek is hosting an Advanced Manufacturing hiring event this Thursday, February 18, from 1p - 4p, at Matcor Metal Fabrication 1021 W Birchwood St Morton, IL 61550.

Job Opportunities available for welders, machine operations, and production!

  • Conducting on the spot interviews and weld tests!
  • Starting pay between $12- $19
  • Benefits included medical, dental, and vision
  • Opportunity for advancement

Register and learn more about this hiring event at Matcor Metal Fabrication

#Aerotek #StMorten #Illinois #manufacturing #production #welding #fulltime #MidWest

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General Dynamics Electric Boat has several entry-level and experience CAREER employment opportunities for ambitious job seekers within the North Kingstown, RI area.

Your skills and drive are what we need at Electric Boat to pioneer the next generation of world class submarines. With the support of both colleagues and leadership, you will play an integral role in our success.

Hiring Opportunities Include:

  • Welder
  • Machinist
  • Electrician
  • PipeFitter
  • CNC Machinist & more!

These exciting challenges will energize you, allowing you to grow both personally and professionally. Few people have the opportunity to work on the design and execution of these incredible vessels.

Sound like an Exciting Career Move?

Check out all the current hiring opportunities at https://careers-gd-electricboat.icims.com and Discover all the possibilities at General Dynamics Electric Boat TODAY!

#ElectricBoat #hiringnews #jobsearch #manufacturing #CNA #Welding #production #RhodeIsland

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Jay Sanders
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So last year Nov 2018 I applied to my first welding job since getting my certification earlier that year. They hired me but told me I wasn’t going to be welding I only was going to help build the company first, since it was just starting. Then I would start welding once the company is build. I agreed to the terms. My first day working was excellent no complaints but as weeks passed. I went from helping build the company to sweeping floors everyday which was hard. Yeah I know who would of thought sweeping would be hard. It’s a building with metal everywhere. So there’s a lot of dust. The manager would say to me a couple of times to stop “standing around and walking”. But who wants to sweep metal shards everyday, with no face mask When you said I would help build the company. It may seem easy but trust me it’s a big building. Whenever I finished sweeping they gave me another cleaning job to do. I’ve never seen anyone that was working there clean except for me. The manager went from being nice to being rude. He would yell at me at times. He was the second in charge and he just got the position. I guess he was abusing his authority. But it still doesn’t give you a right to talk to me in any kind of way. I felt like he was discriminating. No one was treated the way I was treated. Even the employees noticed how he talked to me. I need advice should I take this to court or just let it go?

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cory rath
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over 6 months ago

I am new to the area and looking for a welding job

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GentleBreeze In
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If you get a chance to work with them, you’ll learn to love the team and the experience. Field experience on the job site is tough + Weld shop experience is amazing always something new to build.

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GentleBreeze In
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Made many as a newly green horn recruit, the team will work with you diligently to improve you experience to newer heights

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Eric Hollowaysr
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It's hard and reward at the same time

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