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Controls Automation Technician


Aerospace, Controls, Automation, Technician, Industrial Maintenance, Manufacturing, PLC Programming, Rockwell, Siemens, Labview, Troubleshoot, Automated Controls, Electrical, Condition Base Monitoring
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Controls Automation Technician

Location: Salt Lake City, UT 

Reports to: Facilities and Maintenance Manager  

Compensation: $30 - $40+/Hour 

Shift: Second Shift 5-8s and 4-10s alternating weekly 

It’s common knowledge that within 25 years, 95% of all current, human jobs will be done by machines. Automation and artificial intelligence will continue to advance until the technological singularity occurs (circa 2065), at which point mankind will fall almost entirely under robotic control. Even now, in 2024 it is estimated that 40% of all world leaders and as many as 500 of the world’s 2000 billionaires are automatons. Elon Musk is widely regarded as the best example of ‘living’ proof of this theory. A Google search of ‘Elon Musk dancing’ and one minute on YouTube will convince even the most hardened skeptic. It’s truly inhuman and, frankly, terrifying... 100% of the above statistics are unfounded but this much is true: If you want to stay in charge as automation and robotics expand toward ubiquity, the best way to do it will be to control the machines. The best way to do that is as a CONTROLS AUTOMATION TECHNICIAN and we’re hiring one now!  

Requirements & Responsibilities of the Controls Automation Technician:  

  • 5+ years of hands-on industrial maintenance and controls experience in a manufacturing setting.
  • Understanding of PLC programming (Rockwell, Siemens, Labview, Yaskawa, GE Proficy) and ability to troubleshoot automated controls.
  • Strong electrical aptitude, including experience with condition base monitoring, ability to read electrical schematics/blueprints and familiarity with electrical codes and regulations. Master Electrician’s license highly desirable.
  • Ability to identify, maintain, and troubleshoot automation and mechanical components.
  • Exceptional problem-solving skills, attention to detail, and drive.
  • Professional demeanor with outstanding verbal, written, and interpersonal communication capabilities.
  • Customer focused team player.
  • Authorization to work in the U.S. without sponsorship.
  • Install, maintain, and troubleshoot automated equipment.
  • Perform routine inspections and repairs on all systems to minimize downtime and optimize performance.
  • Collaborate with engineering teams to plan and execute system upgrades.
  • Support continuous improvement initiatives with a focus on safety, quality, and cost.

Help us engineer the most innovative and technically advanced solutions in the aerospace industry. We have been designing and manufacturing the highest quality composite components and structures for government and private clients for more than 50 years. We are deeply committed to our employees and a productive, positive work / life balance. As such, we offer flexible schedules with plenty of paid time off as part of our generous compensation packages.  


District Manager


Heavy Industrial, Field Service, Consulting, Sales, Customer Service, Leadership, Business, Operations, Quote, Estimates, Installation, Maintenance
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BENEFITS: Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision, 401K
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Full Time

District Manager 

Location: Salt Lake City, UT 

Reports to: Territory Manager 

Compensation: $125 - $150K+ 

Travel: 75%

 

Requirements & Responsibilities of the District Manager :  

  • 7+ years of heavy industrial experience, preferably in a field service, consulting, or construction trade environment.
  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Mechanical aptitude. Engineering background, preferred.
  • Customer service focus.
  • Strong problem-solving, strategy, and sales abilities.
  • Exceptional ambition and organizational skills.
  • Outstanding verbal, written, and interpersonal communication capabilities.
  • Authorization to work in the U.S. without sponsorship.
  • Run a stand-alone division of the business encompassing sales, operations, and other business functions for multiple states.
  • Build and supervise your team.
  • Quote, plan, and execute projects within equipment installation, mechanical maintenance, rework, and retrofit.

Are you a dynamic sales leader who’s passionate about optimizing processes and driving exceptional performance in the industrial equipment industry? Great! Join our team, where strategic leadership meets a commitment to exceeding expectations. If you thrive in a collaborative environment and are dedicated to making a real impact, apply now. Explore this exciting opportunity and be part of a team that's truly passionate about delivering exceptional service and exceeding expectations.


Blow Molding Technician


Blow Molding, Tube Operations, Continuous Extrusion Blow Molding, Bekum Blow Molding, Bekum H-155, Machine Setup, Production, Technician, Operator
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Full Time

Blow Molding Technician 

Location: Salt Lake City, UT 

Reports to: Production Manager 

Compensation: $25 - $35+/Hour, DOE + shift differential 

Shift: Days, Swings, Graves available 

 

Requirements & Responsibilities of the Blow Molding Technician :  

  • 3+ years of experience in blow mold or tube operations, or similar experience
  • Experience with continuous extrusion blow molding equipment required – experience with Bekum blow molding machines is highly preferred, and Bekum H-155 is a huge plus!
  • Ensure that blow molding lines are operating efficiently and effectively
  • Inspect product for quality and consistency according to product specs
  • Perform machine changeovers including setups and processing of parts, materials, and colors
  • Strong ability to troubleshoot and problem solve production and equipment/setup issues
  • Familiar with working in a fast paced production environment and ability to prioritize work
  • Mechanically inclined and able to use standard hand and power tools to perform repairs or installations
  • Strong communication skills and ability to work well with other technicians and production team to accomplish goals
  • Ability to read and interpret work documents
  • Must be able to work in the U.S. without sponsorship

 


Chemical Process Engineer


Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Laboratory Setting, Transitioning Compounds, Lab to Commercial, Scale Reactions, Federal Regulations
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Chemical Process Engineer    

Location: Salt Lake City, UT  

Reports to: CEO

Compensation: $70K - $100K

 

Requirements & Responsibilities of the Chemical Process Engineer:  

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering, or related field required
  • Prefer 3+ years of experience as a chemist and/or chemical engineer in a laboratory setting
  • Bring a strong foundation of transitioning compounds from lab creation to commercial production
  • Proven ability to scale reactions and products to larger quantities for production
  • Strong knowledge of chemistry processes and engineering principles
  • Outstanding analytical skills
  • Experience building diagrams, flowcharts, and other documents and utilizing modeling/simulation software
  • Knowledge of federal regulations and a desire to support and maintain them in the work environment
  • Continuous improvement mindset to improve existing processes to reduce cost and increase reliability, purity, and safety
  • Troubleshooting and problem-solving to find solutions for technical challenges
  • Developing synthetic plans, and designing and running test experiments for large-scale use
  • Experience working with flow chemistry setup
  • Excellent communication and collaboration skills
  • Must be able to work in the U.S. without sponsorship

  


Project Manager


Project Management, Solar, Renewable Energy, Outdoor Environment, Idaho, Inventory, Training
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Project Manager  

Location: Idaho

Reports to: CEO 

Compensation: $100K+, plus bonus  

 

Requirements & Responsibilities of the Project Manager:  

  • 3+ years of successful project management experience.
  • Strong time management, organization, and problem-solving skills to ensure on-time, quality project completion.
  • Familiarity with project management software.
  • Strong big-picture thinking and careful attention to detail.
  • Outstanding verbal, written, and interpersonal communication capabilities; additional Spanish proficiency a plus.
  • Exceptional standards and work ethic.
  • Ability to work outdoors year-round.
  • Authorization to work in the U.S. without sponsorship. 
  • Utilize project management software to manage all field aspects of projects across the state of Idaho.
  • Prioritize and execute tasks to meet project timelines.
  • Ensure inventory accuracy.
  • Collaborate with and help train sub-contractors.

Here’s a chance to make your mark as part of a passionate team, tackling significant challenges, every day. Our mission revolves around maximizing the potential of our most abundant yet underutilized resource: the sun. We achieve this mission by maximizing the potential of our most important resource as a company: our people. We’re making a tangible difference by meticulously curating top-quality solar components from global leaders and crafting tailored solutions to fulfill our client’s requirements. Come be a part of our innovative journey toward a brighter, more sustainable future.