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Oregon Induction + Thermal currently has the following positions open and is accepting resumes.

Job Title:  Thermal Furnace Operator
Department:  Production
Reports To:  Production Manager
FLSA Status:  Hourly, non-exempt, Pay DOE 

2 Positions Available

Responsible for safe operation of endothermic batch furnaces & tempers.

Other duties may be assigned.
• Attendance. Being on time and working each scheduled shift is a critical component of this position.
• Set, operate & monitor endothermic batch furnaces & tempers.
• Follow assigned workflow schedule set by department lead.
• Rack / batch orders to maximize load capacity and ensure efficient use of plant equipment.
• Ability to work with minimal or no supervision.
• Ability to work in extreme temperatures up to 130 F for up to 10 minutes at a time, depending on season.
• Ensure staging of prepared product for processing to minimize machine idle time between loads.
• Perform daily preventative maintenance tasks on department equipment.
• Forklift certified or ability to obtain certification.
• Perform department housekeeping.

Job Title:  Material Testing Technician
Department:  Quality Control
Reports To: Quality Control Lead
FLSA Status:  Hourly, Non-exempt, Pay starting at $16.00 DOE

4 Positions Available

Responsible for ensuring that products, materials, and services provided meet the requirements established by customers, procedures, and specifications. The Material Testing Technician has the authority to identify any work or actions that violate the established quality standards.

Other duties may be assigned.
• Attendance. Being on time and working each scheduled shift is a critical component of this position.
• Follow all processes and procedures to promote a “Quality Always” mindset and culture while supporting & maintaining continual alignment of company objectives.
• Assist in the development of quality department associates through proactive training, as needed, as required.
• Recommend and/or provide any training to individuals whose work affects the performance of the quality system in the requirements of Oregon Induction + Thermal
• May have involvement in the reviewing of customer purchase orders, including changes, to determine and establish quality requirements and ensure inputs to and outputs of internal planning.
• Interface with other department employees and managers to provide assistance, resolve issues and monitor work that affects the quality system, processes, procedures and supporting functions.
• Assist in any quality position and/or supporting function (order entry, quality lab testing, review etc.) to ensure continual flow of processing, as needed.

Job Title: Maintenance Technician
Department: Maintenance
Reports To: Operations Manager
FLSA Status:  Hourly, Non-exempt ($15-$25 DOE)

2 Position Available


Maintenance Technicians are responsible for timely routine, preventative, and
catastrophic maintenance of facilities, and all heat-treating related processing equipment & furnaces.
Diagnoses machinery components and determines when adjustments or repairs are required. Broad
skills required in mechanical and electro mechanical systems. Perform necessary troubleshooting and
repair to both electronic and mechanical systems. Equipment including but not limited to: Induction,
endothermic, batch tempers, quench tanks, heat exchangers, cooling towers, pumps, motors, fans,
conveyors, pneumatic and hydraulic systems. The person could be responsible for the design,
fabrication, and or repair and modification of custom induction coils, tooling and mandrels. Opportunity
for increasing level of responsibility with experience. This position requires continuous work near heat,
noise, gas, and chemicals. The position requires frequent lifting, climbing, standing, walking, crouching,

squatting, bending and kneeling. The position may require weekend and/or holiday work. This is a non-
exempt hourly day shift position.

Other duties may be assigned.
• Work independently under limited supervision (self-management).
• Troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair processing equipment with the least amount of impact to
production workflow.
• Perform preventative maintenance on production equipment.
• Design, fabrication, repair and or modification of induction coils, tooling, mandrels etc.
• Facilitate, administer and maintain the company’s documented preventative maintenance
program, including timely reporting of statuses and results.
• Communicate with outside vendors to source components and parts.
• Interface with other department employees and managers
• Maintain an on-call status per company policy, as required is critical.
• Maintain clean, well-organized and safe workspaces.
• Follow all company safety guidelines.
• Always use and promote Lockout/tag out procedures.
• Learn general working knowledge of equipment operations
• Participate in company sponsored training programs.

Oregon Induction + Thermal is committed to providing unique and cost-effective products and services that
exceed our customer’s expectations while maintaining a quality system that promotes employee skill development
and continuous improvement.