Know Someone in NJ That Needs a Job?

Last time I did this, I said the odds were really poor that I'd fond someone
via the internet but I had to ask... And we found a great employee. Now he
is moving on so I'm asking again.
This is perfect for a retiree or Vo-TECH type student...
PT position to start. Probably only 10 hours a week to start. Must be
mechanically inclined and able to assemble light industrial machinery that
we manufacture and sell.
Location is Millington (Long Hill Township) next to Basking Ridge and 5
minutes from 287 or 78.
Flexible hours. Day shift. Rate of pay good based on experience and
ability.
If by any chance some of you know some folks, have 'em contact me.
Regards,
Joe Agro, Jr.
(800) 871-5022
01.908.542.0244
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Joe AutoDrill
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Hi Joe, What's a job like that worth? I too am looking.
Reply to
Tom Gardner
LOL. Took me a minute to find your comment. Very funny... :)
Regards, Joe Agro, Jr. (800) 871-5022 01.908.542.0244 Automatic / Pneumatic Drills:
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Joe AutoDrill
Looking? For help I hope, not a job!
It's hard to say. If the person comes in and is only capable of basic assembly skills and/or odd-jobs around the shop, then they get one pay.
If they come in and immediately know how to tap a 4-40 hole without breaking tooling, can put together my assemblies with .0005 tolerances without forcing them and ruining them, then they get another pay.
All start at the same amount and the pay progresses as we see what they can do. For PT, fill-in work, we try to start at a fair $/hr rate and then work from there.
In the near future, I hope to find a "foreman" type person... But that person will have to start the same way as everyone else so that they know what is what, etc.
Ping me privately if you want specifics...
Regards, Joe Agro, Jr. (800) 871-5022 01.908.542.0244 Automatic / Pneumatic Drills:
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Joe AutoDrill
Don't tempt me! (I'd gladly come work for you, Joe!)
Actually, I'd like to find a general mechanic type, somebody with "The Knack".
Reply to
Tom Gardner
If only I lived in NJ...
Best wishes,
Chris
Reply to
Christopher Tidy
Much success to you. Where are you physically located again? Region at least? Maybe someone here is looking...
Reply to
Joe AutoDrill
NJ is actually a very nice place to live. The taxes are a bit high, but the benefits of living close to the ocean, NYC, woods, etc. are all excellent. There is so much to do and if you are not in a city atmosphere, the schools are good and the people usually can be kind... Or you can convert them to kindness by forcing it on them like I do. :)
However, there are not many who relocate to NJ... We normally relocate...
Regards, Joe Agro, Jr. (800) 871-5022 01.908.542.0244 Automatic / Pneumatic Drills:
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Joe AutoDrill
"Can he lead a normal life?"
"No. He'll be an engineer"
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Mark Rand
Hi Joe
Well what are you waiting for?
Grand Rapids is a nice town. Plenty of empty warehouse/factory space, even in "renaissance zones" that allow special tax breaks for business.
Or maybe you could use the old Steelcase facility that use take up almost a square mile. Even had its own coal burning power plant on campus. Or the old Delphi Plant close by in Coopersville. That's a pretty nice little town, sure beats NJ congestion. Isn't NJ just one big city/suburb? (grin)
I'll be here waiting to talk about that job app.
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Leon Fisk
Cleveland
Reply to
Tom Gardner
There are two Joe's here at AutoDrill. I'm Joe Jr. When Joe Sr. decides it is time to move or retire, then we will move. Until then, it's his show.
I'd LOVE to relocate somewhere... But I ride a motorcycle and I'm afraid MI winters are relatively persuasive - in the wrong direction.
Hey... A square mile... Let's see... Our place is ~4000 sq. foot... And there's 5280ish feet per mile. It's roughtly the same then, eh?
You will be the first to know if we head over that-a-way!
Reply to
Joe AutoDrill
CLIP
CLIP
One big suburb... Hm... Sorta. I guess compared to the really rural areas, yes. But we do indeed still have plenty of farms and open spaces.
Reply to
Joe AutoDrill
Cleveland...hummmmmm ......pay my moving expenses?
(chortle)
Gunner
"A prudent man foresees the difficulties ahead and prepares for them; the simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences." - Proverbs 22:3
Reply to
Gunner
ROFLMAO!!!!
Gunner
"A prudent man foresees the difficulties ahead and prepares for them; the simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences." - Proverbs 22:3
Reply to
Gunner
I used to service equipment at this Steelcase facility. In the good-old-days they used to hand out little roadmaps at the guard shacks on your way in. They had a whole fleet of trucks that did nothing but switch trailers around the facility and their own repeater/radio system just for the truck fleet. Actually they had two radio systems, one was called "hotbox", self explaining I think.
I hear you there. I too have a motorcycle and the season is pretty much shot now. Oh we will still get an occasional day that is around 60 deg if you can jump on and go right then. I can't say I enjoy riding all that much when the temp drops below 60 deg. A trip back home in the evening after it has cooled off from a warm day isn't so bad, but when it is cold starting out...
Then again, it isn't much fun riding when it is +90 deg either. Mandatory helmet law in Michigan.
Still though... Grand Rapids is a nice area. It surprises a lot of people that move in from elsewhere.
I'll be here waiting :)
Reply to
Leon Fisk
I've had a few high 30's mornings here lately... I rode once. That was enough for me for a while until I get the itch. Then again, I haven't re-installed my windshield yet either.
I ride all winter long - but I prepare for it. It's not fun if you are freezing and not alert enough to enjoy it.
Helmet law here too. I'd go lidless after a haircut to blow off the fuzz, but that's about it for me. My kids are too young to chance it.
I've visited there once on a road trip. Pretty area.
Reply to
Joe AutoDrill
The offer's always open, but as to moving expenses, I wonder if I even know anybody else with so much extra baggage.
Reply to
Tom Gardner
I used to live in SW Ohio. Oh, well. :(
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Michael A. Terrell

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