Fulton County’s Adamsville Career Center will host a Tie Down Engineering Onsite Recruitment on Friday, August 26, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. The Adamsville Career Center is located on the second floor of the Adamsville Regional Health Center located at 3700 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. SW, Atlanta, Ga. 30332
Tie Down Engineering wants applicants for the positions of CNC Machinist and Press Operator. New employees will have the following responsibilities:
CNC Machinist—Provides skilled CNC machinist operation duties to support manufacturing production goals. There are no direct reports. A CNC Machinist has minimal direct supervision and works closely with team members to meet production goals.
Press Operator—Provides skilled press operation duties to support manufacturing production goals. There are no direct reports. The successful applicant will have frequent contact with the Shift Supervisor and Material Handlers.
The basic requirements for both positions are listed below:
- Must meet reasonable deadlines, quotas or demands for accuracy and/or may be required to work overtime to meet production goals.
- Must be eighteen years of age or older
- Must pass pre-employment screening
- High School Diploma or GED required
- Must have 2 years of Relevant Work Experience
For additional information regarding the Tie Down Engineering Recruitment and all required or preferred job qualifications for the CNC Machinist and Press Operator positions, call 404-613-6381.
To Apply: Please send an email to email@example.com with Tie Down Recruiting Event in the subject line and include a resume as an attachment. All resumes should be submitted by Wednesday, August 24, 2016.
The Fulton County Workforce Preparation and Employment System provides employment and job training to assist citizens in meeting vocational and career goals. Applicants can visit Workforce Development online:WWW.FULTONCOUNTYGA.GOV/WIOA-HOME.
The Adamsville Career Center is part of the Workforce Development Division of the Department of Housing and Community Development.