The MGS Group is an established, world-class wire & cable and automation machinery manufacturer and solutions provider. Our first-rate designs and solutions and cherished good reputation is a direct reflection of the quality of our employees.
We are seeking highly motivated candidates to fill the following positions posted below. We welcome you to apply today!
As a WELDER FABRICATOR you will be asked to make custom design fabrications. This is highly detailed work and requires the Welder Fabricator to be knowledgeable of many techniques and tools. Must have willingness to analyze specifications, blue print reading and set up forms/jigs. Operating small machine tools, work concurrently with Engineering and have full accountability for the finished quality of the machine through fabrication and assembly. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES include: Verify dimensions, alignments, clearances involving laying out, cutting, fitting, measuring and welding metals to create the desired shape or object. Inspect and test welds and equipment. Experience using Acetylene Torches & Plasma cutting tools Interpret blueprints, sketches, models, or specifications to plan sequences of fabrication assembly. Lift, position, and secure machined parts and large assemblies using hoists, fork trucks or other proper lifting devices according to company safety standards. Working constructively with mechanical engineering. Willingness to perform a variety of tasks and relocate to different production areas as need of the business changes. Crane and Hoist Safety a must. Need the ability to be Fork Truck Certified. Physical Limitations: Work may require lifting, pulling, and carrying up to fifty (50) pounds; frequent bending, climbing stairs, and reaching; standing up to six (6) hours per day.
As a MACHINIST/CNC MACHINIST under general supervision, you will be required to set up, adjust, and operate a variety of machine tools which may include computerized numeric control lathes, mills and manually operated equipment such as engine lathes, milling machines, surface grinders, etc. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES include: Will be required to read blueprints, perform varying levels of shop mathematics associated with machining operations including algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. Perform inspection procedures to verify work using precision measuring instruments, machinists’ hand tools, machinists’ handbooks, sketches, fixtures, tables and charts. Expertise in a particular machining process or work on one single purpose machine which may involve multiple machining processes. Thorough knowledge of, and apply, machine shop theory and practice including machinability of metals to select feeds, speeds, and cutting oils and coolants. CNC Programming experience using Edgecam or similar offline software a plus. Physical Limitations: Work may require lifting, pulling, and carrying up to fifty (50) pounds; frequent bending, climbing stairs, and reaching; standing up to six (6) hours per day.
As an INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICIAN/CONTROLS PANEL BUILDER you will be responsible for wiring new machine builds to completion and termination to control panels or terminal strips based on approved electrical schematics. Designing layouts for new panel builds and troubleshooting electronic components parts in new electrical panels. Install electrical systems, apparatus, and electronic components in new machine builds as directed by electrical engineering. Following basic electrical code, schematic diagrams, blueprints, and other specifications will prove to be guideline for success. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES include: Willingness to wire new machine builds on floor incorporating strong mechanical aptitude for heavily customized equipment Panel layout and design according to schematics/drawings a plus Read electrical schematics and drawings and provide feedback and markups to engineering to help document drawing changes Operate necessary hand and power tools required Be familiar with electrical control components Assemble equipment from blueprints and take verbal instructions Experience with industrial controls is required Be thorough and detail orientated when communicating concerns or issues Knowledge of reading electrical schematics/drawings is a plus Prior control panel building experience is a plus Knowledge of AC & DC drives and 3-phase power is a plus Electrical assembler with minimum 3 years’ experience Ability to travel a plus Physical Limitations: Work may require lifting, pulling, and carrying up to fifty (50) pounds; frequent bending, climbing stairs, and reaching; standing up to six (6) hours per day.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEER: Position would put the candidate into all aspects of machine controls, process and product testing. Be a part of a dynamic design team driving the market of automatic machinery for wire, cable, tubing and fiber optics. Candidates should have a background in electrical control systems for industrial machinery. Working knowledge of AutoCAD, schematics for control panels, AC/DC variable speed drives, HMIs and programmable controllers required. Wire and cable process knowledge a plus. Some travel for startup of systems is required. A minimum of an associate’s degree in Electrical Engineering Technology, along with industrial experience is required. We offer a clean working environment and a competitive wage and benefits package.
MECHANICAL MACHINE DESIGNER: Position would put the candidate into all aspects of machine design. Concept, detail, assembly designs, manufacturing and product testing. Be a part of a dynamic design team driving the market of automatic machinery for wire, cable, tubing and fiber optics. Candidates must be proficient in AutoCAD, Inventor (or Solidworks) and have a strong background in machine design and mechanical assemblies. Must be capable of taking direction from senior design engineers and working in a team atmosphere. A minimum of an associate’s degree in Mechanical Technology, along with industrial experience is required. We offer a clean working environment and a competitive wage and benefits package.
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