Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Help Wanted: Journey Level Machinist- Seattle Times

The Seattle Times Company, the Northwest leader in print and online media, is seeking a fulltime Journey Level Machinist to join the Operations team at its North Creek Facility in Bothell, WA!
The Journey Level Machinist duties include but not limited to the predictive and corrective maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of production related equipment. The building of specialized equipment, installation of new equipment, and the manufacturing of accessories for existing equipment.
Job Duties:
• Proficient in the operation of general manual machine shop equipment lathes, drills, mills, and grinders. (No CNC).
• Provide maintenance support to all areas of production.
• Analyze problems, implement solutions, and manufacture parts as needed to ensure timely repairs and a smooth running operation.
•Maintain, troubleshoot, and repair a broad scope of machinery and equipment.
•Excellent time management skills, the ability to prioritize and complete projects.
•Complete tasks as directed with minimal supervision.
•Adhere to all company and safety policies and guidelines.
•Strong manual hand dexterity and mechanical ability.
•Must provide machinist and hand tools.
•Must be able to stand on ladders and scaffolding and work from heights.
•Maintain professional appearance/demeanor and positive attitude.
•To work effectively with co-workers in solving problems and to communicate problems from shift to shift.
•Journey level machinist or equal experience.
•Proficient use of lathes, milling machines, drill presses, grinders, and other shop related tools and equipment.
•Computer literacy and ability to clearly communicate information, both verbal and written.
Preferred Qualifications:
•Welding and fabrication.
•Individual with newspaper press and packaging experience.
•Experience in rebuilding pumps, motors and gearboxes.
COMPENSATION: up to $29.00 per hour DOE; Pension contribution available AND great benefits!
SHIFT: 40 hours per week; 24/7 schedule days & nights.

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