Job Openings

Hello, I just found this group using Google Groups (beta). I hope it's
acceptable to post employment opportunites here - if not please accept
my apologies in advance. Thank you for your time. - Kevin Salisbury
Looking for a change and a challenge? Due to tremendous sales growth in
aviation MRO markets, Twin Manufacturing, a leading Turbine Engine
Component Repair Station, has several immediate and permanent,
openings.
- Process Development Engineer: Primary job duties will be analysis of
inspection reports to produce work orders and process routing sheets
for component repair. Also responsible for process planning, process
creation, operation sheet preparation, and cost estimation. Experience
with OEM Engine Maintenance Manuals and repair development a plus
(Especially for IAE, GE and CFM components). Possible growth to Senior
Engineer position. (Current Senior Process Engineers looking for a
change are also encouraged to apply).
- CNC Milling Programmer/Operator:. Primary job duties will be to
program and operate a CNC Milling Machining Center (FANUC and OKUMA
controllers). Four and Five Axis experience is a plus.
- CNC Grinder Programmer/Operator: Primary job duties will be to
program and operate CNC Grinder using FANUC controls. Macro programming
experience is a plus.
- Manual VTL Operator: Primary job duties will be to perform machining
operations on a wide variety of gas turbine engine components.
- Tig Welder: Primary job duties will be to perform aircraft welding
operations and minor blending to a wide variety of gas turbine engine
components.
- Burr Bench/Assembly: Primary job duties will be to perform assembly,
deburring, blending, painting, and other operations to a wide variety
of gas turbine engine components. We are willing to train the right
candidate.
- QC Inspector: Primary job duties will be to produce both tear down
and final inspection reports for a wide variety of gas turbine engine
components. Possible growth to QC CMM Operator so experience with CMM
programming is a plus, but is not required. We are willing to train the
right candidate.
At Twin, the average employee has been employed here for over seven
years. Twin is a fast paced, "team" environment in a climate
controlled, modern manufacturing facility. Pay and benefits are
competitive and are based on candidate experience. All positions
require technical experience and to own your own tools as applicable.
We are FAA, EASA/JAA, and CAAC licensed and approved with ISO9001:2000,
AS9100 and Nadcap accreditations. Some safety sensitive positions may
require random drug and alcohol testing per FAA Regulations. We are an
Equal Opportunity Employer.
Please forward your resume for immediate consideration or apply
in-person.
Telephone: 1 860.289.6041
Fax: 1 860.289.0561
Email: snipped-for-privacy@twinman.com
Mailing Address:
Twin Manufacturing Co. Inc.
273 Chapel Road
South Windsor, CT 06074 USA
Reply to
Kevin Salisbury
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To the contrary, Kevin. Your posting will be very welcome.
I assume you've also found "alt.machines.cnc"?
-- Ed Huntress
Reply to
Ed Huntress
Why don't you ask us, instead of spamming us and hoping it's OK? Your tactic strikes of the "Mom, can I go to Billy's house? (where are you?) I'm at Billy's house" method.
Reply to
Dave Hinz
Yes, I posted there as well. Appreciate it. -Kevin
messagenews: snipped-for-privacy@m7g2000cwm.googlegroups.com...
contrary, Kevin. Your posting will be very welcome.
Reply to
Kevin Salisbury
Hi Dave,
My apologies for the bad etiquette - it's been a long time since I've used usenet groups. Did not mean to offend!
Kevin Salisbury
you ask us, instead of spamming us and hoping it's OK?
Reply to
Kevin Salisbury
Ah, it's refreshing to see that your churlish manner hasn't left you while I was gone, Dave. We all like to see some thread of consistency in our environment.
Kevin, meet the class crank...
-- Ed Huntress
Reply to
Ed Huntress
Well, okay.... But don't do it again, young man... ;-)
Hate to open a can of worms, but No Top-posting. This isn't "Jeopardy" - the questions come before the response, not after. (Post above fixed if only for my own sanity.)
Feel free to hang out and contribute when you can, then there are far fewer complaints about the occasional self-serving 'Help Wanted" ad. (Some people have to complain about everything, that can't be helped.) We get into discussions about aero engines and turbines occasionally.
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Bruce L. Bergman
Ed , I laughed for a solid minute when I read that. :-) ...lew...
Reply to
Lew Hartswick
Dave Hinz wrote in news: snipped-for-privacy@individual.net:
Umm.. excuse me, but Kevin's post was on topic. That wasn't spam. It was totally related to metalworking, and in an interesting field to boot.
Reply to
Anthony
"Kevin Salisbury" wrote in news: snipped-for-privacy@i3g2000cwc.googlegroups.com:
Kevin, Don't mind the whiners, there are some who simply *have* to cry foul on anything. Your post was very on topic imho.
Reply to
Anthony
Perhaps he should have included a magic word in order to get your approval of his post, eh Dave?
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wmbjk
That's my favorite reaction. It makes posting worthwhile. d8-)
-- Ed Huntress
Reply to
Ed Huntress
That's teh ONLY reason to post or reply to posts...make 'em laugh, or make 'em cry. Done both, I hope.
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Tom Gardner

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