It’s the people that make a difference at Everyday Technologies. We care about our customers, employees and the products we make. Growth and opportunity are at the forefront of our business. Those that love to be challenged, have a desire to learn, and want to make a difference are the type of candidates we are looking for. Please send us your resume or apply directly to a position below.
“It is an exciting time to be apart of the team at Everyday Technologies. We are a growth company, which means we are always looking for top tier talent that is going to help elevate our business to the next level. As we continue to invest in new equipment and on board new customers there will always be an opportunity around the corner for those that choose to come along for the ride.” – Cody Lee, President/Owner
An entry level team member that is driven and wanting to advance their career with a growing and organized company.
1st Shift: Monday – Friday 6:00am – 2:30pm
I. Basic Functions:
Organize job groups
Unloading and removing parts from sheets
Perform in-process inspections
Recording accurate production times
Keep area clean and organized
II. Minimum Qualifications:
Ability to drive Tow Motor
Ability to read blue prints
Apply online or stop in to our plant in Sidney
We are looking for manufacturing welders that are driven and wanting to advance their career.
Everyday offers a full in house training program to become a welder in a World Class production environment. Starting Wage of $17.00 to $22.00 plus
Premium pay based on experience
Regular Hours: Monday – Friday 6:00am – 2:30pm.
In House Training / Equipment
– Qualifications to AWS for all welders
– Hands on training with Certified Welding Instructor
– All newer weld cells and power supplies (welders) throughout weld department
– Awesome Weld Helmet Program
– Training for TIG
– Set up jobs
– Manufacture per representative samples, templates,
fixtures, prints, routers
– Perform in-process inspections
– Material handling
– Recording accurate production times
– Keep area clean and organized
– Maintain Equipment
– Previous weld experience Preferred but Not Required
– Ability to drive Tow Motor
– Ability to read blue prints
– Team player
BEGIN YOUR WEEKEND AT 10:30 AM!!
FULL TIME AND FLEXIBLE PART TIME HOURS AVAILABLE!!
HEATED AND COOLED FACILITY
LOCATED AT 1089 FAIRINGTON DR, SIDNEY OHIO 45365
FULL TIME HOURS 6:30 AM- 4:00 PM MONDAY- THURSDAY
6:30 AM -10:30 AM FRIDAY
FLEXIBLE PART TIME HOURS WITH SHIFTS STARTING BETWEEN 6:30 AM – 9:00 AM, EQUAL TO 24-29 HRS PER WEEK
Example: 8:00 am – 2:00 pm Monday- Thursday ( 24 hours)
General Job Function: To assemble wire harnesses and cable assemblies using hand tools in a safe, efficient manner while meeting production requirements.
- Wire – Stripping – Machine and Hand
- Bench style/foot operated terminal crimping machine
- Basic hand soldering
- Using hand or mechanical crimp tool
- Multi-conductor cable assembly
- Build to work instructions
- Multi-conductor plug-ins
- Point-to-Point test / Test Equipment usage
- Harness board lay-up
- Other special assembly projects, as assigned
- Meet production rates
- Final inspection of finished components
- Other duties as assigned by your direct Supervisor
- Training will be provided
Education and Skills Desired: High School, GED or equivalent experience in a manufacturing environment.
Essential Job Functions: The following physical activities described here are representative of those that must be met by every employee to successfully perform the essentials functions of this job.
- Continuously required to remain upright on the feet for sustained periods of time
- Frequently required to position self to maintain proper assembly of parts which would include bending, squatting and reaching
- Occasionally required to lift up to 25 in order to move assembled parts from one location to another
- Frequently required to move about to place assembled parts at the next station
- Ability to use common sense understanding in order to carry out simple multi-step instructions
- Requires constant finger/wrist dexterity using repetitive motion of the hands to make parts
- Ability to see details at close range (within inches of the observer)
- Ability to keep hands/arms steady while moving your arm or holding your arm and hand in one position
- Ability to make precisely coordinated movements of the fingers of one or both hands to grasp, manipulate, or assemble small objects
- Ability to match or detect differences between colors, including shades of color or brightness