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Performs work that requires knowledge in janitorial services. Sweeping, vacuuming, dusting, disinfecting, Restroom cleaning. Good communication skills. Knowledge of various cleaning products and when to use them. Ability to clean and disinfect various surfaces. Ability to lift and move 25 pounds. Good organizational skills. Knowledge of safety guidelines when working with chemical cleaners. Excellent time-management skills, Complete tasks in a timely manner with minimal supervision.
Performs work that requires strong knowledge in one of the skilled trades areas. Works in an area of specialization, attempts to troubleshoot problems, and provides recommendations for improvement. Specializes in one area or equipment family, receiving greater direction, and working on more standard equipment.
Manufacturing Engineers design, implement, and optimize manufacturing documentation, tooling and processes. They ensure all applied tools and processes are safe, efficient, and cost-effective. When opportunities for improvement arise, they take the initiative to permanently solve them in a timely and profit-minded manner. They use their technical knowledge to support other internal departments in resolving both internal and external inquiries and challenges.
Engineering Coordinators provide administrative support to the Engineering team in day-to-day operations. They maintain critical business data, identifies problems or delays, and coordinates communication within the department. They provide timely and effective support to Engineers, Drafters, Management, and other internal teams as required.
Manufacturing Engineers successfully lead the design, documenting, implementation, monitoring, and optimizing of product manufacturing plans. They leverage appropriate established and financially responsible innovative manufacturing techniques to facilitate product realization. Manufacturing Engineers collaborate with Design, Process, and Quality Engineers to assess and provide guidance in design configuration optimization to maximize productivity, revenue, and profitability for the company. Manufacturing Engineers ensure all applied tools and manufacturing processes are safe, efficient, effective, reliable, productive, cost-effective, and profit minded. Manufacturing Engineers are the subject matter experts of current and future product manufacturing methods, design for manufacturability, tooling optimization and trends. They provide timely and effective support to Production, Process and Design Engineering, Quality, Planning, Sales, Customer Service, and Purchasing.
Exciting Opportunity: Join our team as a skilled Manufacturing Assembler at our ISO 9001 and AS9100 certified facility! If you have a passion for precision and excellence in aerospace manufacturing, this position offers a dynamic environment where your skills can thrive. Take the next step in your career with us!
Every day you will contribute to our critical mission while assembling, welding, soldering, and working with small parts, a microscope and in some cases, chemicals. You'll have the opportunity to be a key part of our production process. You'll work closely with other assemblers, manufacturing technicians and production supervisors; what you do will have an impact on the company and our customers by living Minco’s icare values -- Integrity, Communication, Accountability, Respect, & Energy.
Process Engineers successfully lead the design, implementation, monitoring, optimizing, and documenting of all company processes, in each and every facet of the company. Process Engineers ensure all company processes are safe, efficient, effective, operate with archetypal repetitive and flawless recurrence, productive, cost-effective, and profit-minded. Process Engineers are the subject matter experts of current, contemplated, and future processes, methodologies, designs, program implementations and equipment, supporting Engineering, Quality, Planning, as well as Production. Process Engineering is the disciplined and responsible creation, design, configuration, assessment, optimization, productivity improvement, corporate effectiveness, financially responsible, and implementation of product, services, and corporate offerings providing effective, competent and decisive solutions in a timely and responsible manner to all constituents.
Environmental and Trade Compliance Analysts successfully lead the company to meet or exceed Environmental and Trade Compliance requirements for any and all products produced. Environmental and Trade Compliance Analysts ensure that all customer communication, documentation, products, processes, materials and components remain in compliance and that compliance activities are thoroughly documented, up-to-date with laws, treaties, agreements and regulations and that all processes associated are efficient, effective, and profit-minded.
Environmental and Trade Compliance Analysts are the subject matter experts of customer requirement flow-downs, environmental laws and agreements; trade laws, treaties, and agreements; and are experts of product, process and component content. Environmental and Trade Compliance Analysts daily support Sales, Customer Service, Engineering, Quality, Planning, Purchasing, and Production.