CAREERS @ CNL

Careers

At Cast Nylons Limited (CNL), employees are the key to our success. Their dedication, ingenuity, customer focus and passion to grow have helped CNL become the premier provider of cast nylon products and services in the industry. As we continue to expand our business, we are looking for talented individuals to join our team. If you’d like an opportunity to make an impact, we’d love to hear from you!

Cast Nylons Limited offers a competitive compensation & benefits package and is an equal opportunity employer.

Want to know more? Watch these videos to learn more about working in the Performance Plastics Industry.

Open Positions: (click on “+” to view more info)

POSITION SUMMARY

Under plant supervision this position is responsible for limited and supervised troubleshooting and repairing of plant processing equipment, general building maintenance, and tooling department support. This position involves a development program involving three main areas:  Mechanical Repairs, Welding and Fabrication, and Electrical Repairs.  Upon completion of the 2-4 years of apprentice work, this individual in this position will be considered for a Maintenance Technician Position as well as a Tooling Technician Position.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The following is an outline of the basic duties and responsibilities of the position identified above.  It describes the duties and responsibilities in the broad scope, and is not intended to be all-inclusive.  Individual(s) in this position may from time-to-time be assigned other duties as appropriate.

The three main development areas (mechanical repairs, welding/fabrication, electrical) listed below will be the major focus (but not limited to) of the maintenance apprentice.  Other skills will be covered during the apprenticeship on an as required basis.

As the apprentice is introduced to each of these areas under supervision of a maintenance technician, it should be documented and signed.  This list should then be reviewed quarterly by the maintenance department to verify if the apprentice has displayed the skills necessary to perform this specific skill set on their own.

Mechanical Repairs

  1. Basic terminology of the components of a casting workcenter, finishing workcenter, and general plant equipment.
  2. Understanding the recordkeeping procedures of the maintenance department (work orders, ordering parts, parts database, etc).
  3. Basic blueprint/drawing reading and interpretation.
  4. Basic use of shop tools (saws, grinders, drills, etc.)
  5. Pump repairs – identify pump issues, and perform rebuilds and replacements as required.
  6. Tooling repairs – able to perform casting tooling repairs as required.
  7. Thread repairs – able to perform repairs (helicoils, taps, drills, inserts, etc.).
  8. Basic machining with shop mill.
  9. Heavy mechanical repairs – able to address heavy mechanical issues such as plate press repairs, dowel rod machine repairs, etc.
  10. Rigging operations – understand basics of rigging equipment.
  11. Understand the safety aspects involved with each type of repair or rebuild.

Welding and Fabrication

  1. Understand the basic terminology and plant requirements for welding and fabrication.
  2. Basic Mig welding
  3. Basic Tig welding
  4. Building tables and carts for the casting process.
  5. Building basic tooling as required for the casting process.
  6. Basic sheet metal fabrication – building guards, improving tooling, etc.

Note: training out-of-house will most likely be required to show significant aptitude in this area.

Electrical Repairs

  1. Understand the basic electrical terminology for the process and plant equipment.
  2. Correct and safe use of electrical meter.
  3. Correct Lockout/Tagout procedures as well as identifying power sources.
  4. Basic understanding of motor controls.
  5. Basic understanding of power distribution systems.
  6. Basics of planning an electrical job involving running conduit, tie-ins, etc.

Note: training out-of-house will most likely be required to show significant aptitude in this area.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS

  • Must have excellent interpersonal and communications skills and the ability to interact and work effectively with all levels of the organization.
  • Must have good written, verbal and computer ability to establish and maintain records to provide reports and other information required for the efficient operation of the department and the company.
  • Must be detail-oriented and pay close attention to accuracy with the ability to analyze information gathered to identify potential problems and/or discrepancies.
  • Must be able to respond and adjust to the needs of the business in a manner that assures timely delivery of the product to the customer.

EDUCATION/TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE

Minimum

  • High School Graduate (or GED)
  • Ability to perform basic math calculations such as decimal/fraction conversions, reading measuring tools.

Preferred

  • Some knowledge of shop tools.
  • Some knowledge of basic welding.
  • Some knowledge of basic electrical controls.
  • Some knowledge of basic electrical power systems.
  • Some knowledge of basic process piping.

WORKING CONDITIONS/ENVIRONMENT

Normal manufacturing environment requiring physical activity such as:

  • may become dirty at times.
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Careers

At Cast Nylons Limited (CNL), employees are the key to our success. Their dedication, ingenuity, customer focus and passion to grow have helped CNL become the premier provider of cast nylon products and services in the industry. As we continue to expand our business, we are looking for talented individuals to join our team. If you’d like an opportunity to make an impact, we’d love to hear from you!

Cast Nylons Limited offers a competitive compensation & benefits package and is an equal opportunity employer.

Want to know more? Watch these videos to learn more about working in the Performance Plastics Industry.

Open Positions: (click on “+” to view more info)

POSITION SUMMARY

Under plant supervision this position is responsible for limited and supervised troubleshooting and repairing of plant processing equipment, general building maintenance, and tooling department support. This position involves a development program involving three main areas:  Mechanical Repairs, Welding and Fabrication, and Electrical Repairs.  Upon completion of the 2-4 years of apprentice work, this individual in this position will be considered for a Maintenance Technician Position as well as a Tooling Technician Position.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The following is an outline of the basic duties and responsibilities of the position identified above.  It describes the duties and responsibilities in the broad scope, and is not intended to be all-inclusive.  Individual(s) in this position may from time-to-time be assigned other duties as appropriate.

The three main development areas (mechanical repairs, welding/fabrication, electrical) listed below will be the major focus (but not limited to) of the maintenance apprentice.  Other skills will be covered during the apprenticeship on an as required basis.

As the apprentice is introduced to each of these areas under supervision of a maintenance technician, it should be documented and signed.  This list should then be reviewed quarterly by the maintenance department to verify if the apprentice has displayed the skills necessary to perform this specific skill set on their own.

Mechanical Repairs

  1. Basic terminology of the components of a casting workcenter, finishing workcenter, and general plant equipment.
  2. Understanding the recordkeeping procedures of the maintenance department (work orders, ordering parts, parts database, etc).
  3. Basic blueprint/drawing reading and interpretation.
  4. Basic use of shop tools (saws, grinders, drills, etc.)
  5. Pump repairs – identify pump issues, and perform rebuilds and replacements as required.
  6. Tooling repairs – able to perform casting tooling repairs as required.
  7. Thread repairs – able to perform repairs (helicoils, taps, drills, inserts, etc.).
  8. Basic machining with shop mill.
  9. Heavy mechanical repairs – able to address heavy mechanical issues such as plate press repairs, dowel rod machine repairs, etc.
  10. Rigging operations – understand basics of rigging equipment.
  11. Understand the safety aspects involved with each type of repair or rebuild.

Welding and Fabrication

  1. Understand the basic terminology and plant requirements for welding and fabrication.
  2. Basic Mig welding
  3. Basic Tig welding
  4. Building tables and carts for the casting process.
  5. Building basic tooling as required for the casting process.
  6. Basic sheet metal fabrication – building guards, improving tooling, etc.

Note: training out-of-house will most likely be required to show significant aptitude in this area.

Electrical Repairs

  1. Understand the basic electrical terminology for the process and plant equipment.
  2. Correct and safe use of electrical meter.
  3. Correct Lockout/Tagout procedures as well as identifying power sources.
  4. Basic understanding of motor controls.
  5. Basic understanding of power distribution systems.
  6. Basics of planning an electrical job involving running conduit, tie-ins, etc.

Note: training out-of-house will most likely be required to show significant aptitude in this area.

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS

  • Must have excellent interpersonal and communications skills and the ability to interact and work effectively with all levels of the organization.
  • Must have good written, verbal and computer ability to establish and maintain records to provide reports and other information required for the efficient operation of the department and the company.
  • Must be detail-oriented and pay close attention to accuracy with the ability to analyze information gathered to identify potential problems and/or discrepancies.
  • Must be able to respond and adjust to the needs of the business in a manner that assures timely delivery of the product to the customer.

EDUCATION/TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE

Minimum

  • High School Graduate (or GED)
  • Ability to perform basic math calculations such as decimal/fraction conversions, reading measuring tools.

Preferred

  • Some knowledge of shop tools.
  • Some knowledge of basic welding.
  • Some knowledge of basic electrical controls.
  • Some knowledge of basic electrical power systems.
  • Some knowledge of basic process piping.

WORKING CONDITIONS/ENVIRONMENT

Normal manufacturing environment requiring physical activity such as:

  • may become dirty at times.