Parallel Employment Group, Inc. is committed to cultivating passionate relationships with communities and clients by providing innovative services, leading edge workforce solutions and meaningful employment opportunities. As experts in the employment industry, Parallel Employment Group takes pride in possessing the passion and creativity necessary to develop proactive staffing solutions tailored to fit your company. Parallel Employment Group offers more than temporary staffing, including workforce management solutions, direct and permanent placement, and VMS (Vendor Management Services). At this time, Parallel Employment Group is recruiting for the following positions:
Training is on 1st shift for the first three (3) months; then switching to either 2nd or 3rd shift. Full-time, pay starts at $13.65 to $15.65 per hour.
Punch press operators produce parts from metal, plastic or other materials using a punch press, a computer numeric controlled (CNC) piece of equipment that makes precision cuts, grinds and punches into metal, plastic, composite or other material.
Punch Press Operator Tasks: Punch press operators look at blueprints or plans for the finished product, and make adjustments to the machine to control speed, material feed and the path of the punch. The operator ensures that the machines are set up properly, working well, and producing a quality product. The operation preforms periodic checks on output, and certifies that the finished product is defect-free and ready for the next step in production.
Punch Press Operator Requirements: Blueprint reading experience and 3-5 years machine operating experience is required. You should be able to understand CAD/CAM technology, and have a solid, proven work history. Other skills and abilities that are considered include attention to detail, being able to stand for long periods of time, and you must be able to move parts up 20 lbs. continuously throughout the shift. Forklift Experience is a plus.
Full-time, pay rate is based on experience.
The Surface Grinder Operator sets up and operates surface grinding machines with horizontal or vertical spindle. Computes numbers, widths, and angles of cutting tools, micrometers, scales, and gauges, and adjusts tools to produce specified cuts. Studies blueprint or layout on work piece to visualize grinding to be done and plans sequence of operations. Removes finished work pieces from machines and places them in boxes or on racks; sets aside pieces that are defective.
Surface Grinder Operator Tasks: Surface Grinder Operators monitor machine operations to determine whether adjustments are necessary. The operator knows the start, stop, and emergency shut off buttons on machines. Work pieces are measured to ensure that surfaces and dimensions meet specifications. Basic maintenance, such as cleaning and lubricating machine parts, ensuring that the machines are set up properly, working well, and producing quality product, and certifies that the finished product is defect-free and ready for the next step in production
Surface Grinder Operator Requirements: The operator must be proficient reading blue prints and layouts, and have at least one year of surface grinding experience. Exhibit math skills related to precision surface grinding, use micrometers, calipers, gauges, and be able to operate production equipment. Skilled at problem solving and attention to detail are required. You must have the ability to stand, reach and bend for long periods of time, and be able to lift up to 40 lbs. continuously throughout the shift. Forklift Experience is a plus.
Training is on 1st shift for the first three (3) months; then switching to either 2nd or 3rd shift. Full-time, pay rate starts at $10.00 per hour.
A Production Support worker must have excellent manual dexterity and the ability to work with a variety of equipment. Successful production support workers learn new skills quickly and manage their time effectively. Employees will be cross trained in all departments to assist when needed.
Production Support Requirements: You must have previous experience in a manufacturing environment, and be able to operate manual and power tools. You are responsible for loading and unloading containers in the shipping/receiving area, and completing basic maintenance tasks. You must be able to work independently with little direction, make sure that the work area is clean by sweeping and picking up as well as being able to get along with other employees.
Other Skills and Abilities: Being able to stand for long periods of time, and able to lift parts up 65 lbs. frequently. Moving and picking up parts up to 20 lbs. continuously throughout the entire shift. You should possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, be a quick learner, eager to further knowledge and skills, be responsible, dependable, punctual and accountable. Forklift experience is a plus and the position requires a High School Diploma or Equivalent.
1st or 2nd shift. Full time, pay can start at $10.00 per hour
This position includes general packaging of products. You will be completing production paperwork and setting up the production line on daily basis before your shift starts. Make sure production rates and quality are met, and that your work area is maintained, clean and organized. You must be able to stand for long periods of time, and you will be bending, twisting, turning, reaching, pulling and lifting up to 50 lbs.
1st shift, full time, pay rate starts at $15.00-$17.00/based on experience.
Assemble or fabricate parts, pieces or products using a variety of tools and equipment according to required specifications. Apply appropriate paint topcoat. Will use hand tools, fixtures and power tools to build, setup, trouble shoot and operate a variety of assemblies for packaging equipment. Must have good mechanical aptitude.
Assembler Requirements: Exhibit the ability to pay attention to detail, and have knowledge of precision assembly techniques. You should also have the ability to stand, reach and bend for long periods of time, and be able to lift up to 50 lbs. continuously throughout the shift. Know basic mechanical principles, and have the ability to read assembly drawings. Know how to use measuring equipment, knowledge of metric system, basic computer skills, and a High School Diploma.
Full-time, pay ranges from $13.65 to $16.65 per hour
CNC machine operators use a computer numerically controlled (CNC) machinery safely and accurately to perform a variety of functions. Programs and sets up mills and lathes by entering accurate information to produce high quality parts and materials.
CNC Machine Operators Tasks: Be able to read and understand complex Blue Prints, mechanical drawings, etc. Translate instructions into computer commands so the machines can perform the correct functions. Set-up and calibration procedures for all equipment. Prepare and load raw materials and parts onto the machines. Prepare a test run to check if the machines produce outputs according to specifications. Set machines to complete full cycles to fabricate large number of parts. Supervise the machines while they execute the tasks and make any necessary adjustments to produce a better result. Inspect and measure finished products and compare them with requirements to determine if the process has been completed properly
CNC Machine Operator Requirements: Proven experience as CNC operator, and skilled in operating CNC machinery and tooling as well as precision measurement tools. The ability to read and interpret mechanical documents and drawings. Be computer savvy, and an understanding of computer programming and CAD/CAM, GD&T. Mechanical aptitude and good math skills, plus good communication abilities are required.
Other Skills and Abilities: Show attention to detail, and have the ability to stand for long periods of time. Be able to move parts up 50 lbs. throughout the shift. Forklift Experience a plus.
For more openings visit Parallel Employment Group or call the Racine Office at 262-635-7373.