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Job Openings at Meadville Forging Co.

Meadville Forging Company is an equal opportunity employer. We consider applications for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, national origin, protected disability, sexual orientation, citizenship status or any other legally protected status.

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Press Operator

2nd Shift, 3rd Shift

Responsible for the safe operation of mechanical forging presses that range from 1,000 – 4,000 tons. The Operator is responsible for installing tooling and making necessary adjustments to meet part specifications. Requires employee to transfer hot steel billets, weighing 2 to 50 lbs., utilizing metal tongs. This employee is the leader of the press crew.

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CNC Machine Operator

2nd Shift, 3rd Shift

Responsible for learning how to safely and efficiently operate machines to meet quality and customer requirements. Ability to identify quality issues and adjust the machines accordingly to ensure low scrap volume. 

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Electrical Controls Engineer

1st Shift

This position is responsible for the electrical design and programming of new automated equipment including robotics, vision systems and auto gauging, as well as the continuous improvement of the existing equipment used in the forging and machining processes. Assist maintenance and production team members when the need arises, whether pertaining to improvements, quality, production or maintenance.  Perform job safely with little supervision. 

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Maintenance Mechanic

2nd Shift, 3rd Shift

The main duty of the Maintenance Mechanic is to maintain production equipment by ensuring the operation of machinery and mechanical equipment. Responsible for installing, repairing and monitoring forging and trim press machinery. The main goal of this position is to increase production uptime.

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Maintenance Technician

2nd Shift, 3rd Shift

The key responsibilities of the Maintenance Technician are to troubleshoot and repair robotic and CNC equipment as well as mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic systems. Additional responsibilities include participating in predictive and preventative maintenance programs. The Maintenance Technician will also assist in developing effective preventative maintenance programs, determining root cause of equipment failures and implementing permanent corrective repairs.

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Technician One (Electrical Technician)

2nd Shift

The Technician One is a member of the Maintenance Department. The main functions are to support Production, minimize downtime, conduct preventative Maintence and seek continuous quality improvement.

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CNC Quality Engineer

1st Shift

The Quality Engineer will ensure the quality of parts produced meet all customer expectation; quickly and effectively take action when non-conformances are found; aid in the maintenance of the quality system.

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Quality Technician

2nd Shift

Quality Tech’s are responsible for ensuring that the quality of forged parts meet customer requirements during the production process. They are responsible for keeping scrap to a minimum by completing timely audits and correcting non-conformances.

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