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Bristol is home to many great manufacturers who need your talent.

Does your company have a manufacturing-related job opening the community should know about? Send your opportunities to Dawn Nielsen, Marketing and Public Relations Specialist at dawnnielsen@bristolct.gov or call 860-584-6185.  We’ll advertise the openings on our website free of charge.

Just send us contact information for your company and a job description. Remember to contact us when the position is filled so we can remove the listing.  It’s that easy!

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Manufacturing Job Resources

Bristol American Job Center
Bristol at Tunxis Community College
430 North Main St., Bristol, CT 06010
860-899-3620
https://capitalworkforce.org/american-job-centers/

Bristol Adult Education
210 Redstone Hill Road, Bristol, CT 06010
860-584-7865
https://adulted.bristol.k12.ct.us/home

Tunxis Community College
430  North Street, Bristol, CT 06010
860-314-4700
https://www.tunxis.edu/ce/tunxisbristol

Current Manufacturing
Job Openings

Novo Precision: Team Leader and Maintenance Technician

Fantastic opportunity to become part of a fast-growing company working on a breakthrough new product launch with very positive environmental impact.

Position is located in Bristol, CT.

The Team Leader is responsible for managing production to targets, technical support of the line, supporting improvement activity, and building team.

We are looking for someone who demonstrates:
• Punctuality
• Exemplary work ethic
• Strong mechanical capability
• Attention to detail and focus on quality
• Intense collaboration
• Thoughtful, fast, disciplined execution
• Tenacious commitment to continuous improvement

Daily Activities of Team Leader:
• Prepares facility for production
• Responsible for daily operational performance:
– Tracking of production analysis – Plan versus Actual
– Report out to Leadership Team Daily on Performance
– Clear identification of problems in the area from Safety, Quality, Delivery, Cost, and Employee Morale
– Support of prioritization and driving of resolution Top 3 problems
• Ability to perform & train all Jobs in Production Assembly Areas:
– Can cover for absenteeism and work on the line to insure output is achieved
– Ability to train all Team Members on Standardized Work
– Insure that Team Members are adhering to Standardized Work
• Insure Team Member’s are effectively Trained and with a system of validation:
– Training following described process using:
 Standardized Work
 Work Instructions
 Quality Control Plan
– Process in place to validate Team Member training
• Create environment where Team Members are encouraged to contribute suggestions:
– Shift startup meeting with communication
– Involvement of Team Members in Improvement Activities
• Interface with Value Stream Manager
• Assist with any other projects and/or tasks on an as needed basis as directed by management.

Requirements:
• Minimum of 5 years of technical / maintenance experience
• Minimum of 2 years of leadership experience
• Strong mechanical skills
• Must be flexible on shift hours and work schedule on a daily basis
• Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
• Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general technical procedures.
• Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
• Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

Compensation:
• $15 to $25 / hour depending on experience
• Full Benefits after 90 days

To apply for this position, click here.


LAB Security Systems: Escomatic Operator

Set-up and operate Escomatic Swiss Screw Machines to produce precision machined components applying knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, layouts, control plans and machining procedures.

Job Functions:

  • Calculate dimensions and tolerances using knowledge of mathematics and instruments such as micrometers and optical comparators.
  • Align and secure holding fixtures, cutting tools, attachments, accessories, and materials (i.e. coil stock) onto machines, adhering to all training and safety guidelines.
  • Monitor the feed and speed of machines during the machining process.
  • Machine parts to blueprint specifications.
  • Set up, adjust and use all the basic machine tools and many specialized or advanced variation of tools to perform the appropriate precision machining operations.
  • Measure, examine, and test completed components to detect defects and ensure conformance to specifications using the appropriate instruments (comparators, gages etc.)
  • Follow and document all required SPC, ISO etc. procedures as required
  • Maintain escomatic equipment as required. Observe and detect any machine issues and diagnose if adjustment / repairs are required.

Qualifications:

  • Experience working in a machine shop environment
  • Set up and operation of D2, D4, and or D6 escomatic machines
  • Ability to hold tight tolerances and produce high quality work
  • Experience reading blueprints
  • Good math skills and ability to use basic measuring equipment

Employment Type:

This position is full time, offers a competitive wage commensurate with experience, healthcare benefits, disability, and 401K.

Company:

LAB Security Systems, Bristol CT send all responses to jobs@labpins.com


Beekley: Industrial Programmer

Full Time: Monday-Friday/6am-3pm; up to 45 hours/week

Beekley is a Great Small Company that is growing and has two divisions to manufacture products that are making a difference in the world. We are proud to be honored as One of the Best Places to Work in CT, 2020. We are seeking an experienced industrial controls programmer/technician to join our AWESOME Manufacturing & Engineering Teams, in Bristol, CT.

This position reports to the Manufacturing Manager and is key to creating new control programs and supporting existing ones to ensure successful daily manufacturing operations. You are responsible for designing, developing, testing and supporting all control programs for machines and database systems. You will also be responsible for attending to minor electrical issues in the manufacturing environment.

Requirements:

  • Education: A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in experience and/or applicable certification in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering.
  • Experience: Minimum two-years of experience with PLC, motion control, and HMI Programming along with basic AC/DC electrical circuit knowledge.
  • Skills: Vision systems, Visual Basic, database experience are a plus.
    Must be able to read electrical schematics and have a basic understanding of process control. Troubleshooting of machine sensors, switches, valves, etc.
  • Computer Literacy: MS Office, Visual Basic or C++; have written at least 2 currently used programs for which can provide evidence of.

To Apply for this position, visit www.Beekley.com/Careers