Accounting/Finance or computer science Intern (Rochester)
Compensation: Competitive

This is a paid internship and has a high likelihood of turning into full-time employment. Must be a senior or in final year of studies.

We are a growing manufacturing company in need of help to implement a new job tracking system. The applicant should be in enrolled in college and proficient in excel. We will also need help in Quickbooks. Email resume to Jordan for review.

The internship program will provide the student with relevant
skills in a variety of accounting functions via on-the-job training.

Monthly financial statement review and analysis
Assist with general accounting month-end closing procedures
Complete special projects as needed and other duties assigned

Must be actively enrolled in an undergraduate program
Strong technical and organizational skills in addition to excellent written and verbal communication skills, in a professional
A high level of integrity, accuracy, dependability, enthusiasm, and confidentiality.
Proficient in Excel
Position will require a minimum of 15 hours
Must be authorized to work in the U.S. without Visa sponsorship.

Hours of operation are 7:00am and 6:00pm Monday thru Friday
Must be available to work up to 40 hours per week during the summer (June — September)
Must be available to work up to 15 hours per week during academic year

Receive direct supervision from the Director of Business Development
Engage in employee events
Build resume and explore career options
Apply skills and knowledge to the workplace
Academic credit will be available to qualifying students who receive approval of their university
Flexible scheduling to allow for finals and changes in class schedule
Upon successful completion of internship, will be provided with letter of recommendation

For more information or to apply for this position, please send email, resume and other documents

Precision Welder Needed (Rochester)
A welder with fabrication experience is ideal for our sheet metal, machine, and power coating shop

Working with inspection, and monitoring parts during a run.
Checking sub assembly piece part prior to final assembly.
Keeping current prints and route sheets in order.
Report parts shortages
Follow company policy on values.
Inventory on parts.
Maintaining a clean work area.
Ensuring parts are of quality workmanship.
Ensuring parts are completed as scheduled.
Maintaining communication lines open with supervisor
Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor
Follow departmental work instructions.

MIG and TIG welding. – Experience with Stainless steel/ Aluminum up to .5″ thick material.
Blueprint and process sheet reading.
Ability to complete quality welds, and parts.
Ability to set-up welders for production jobs.

Manufacturing facility.

Welding helmet

Must be able to sit or stand regularly.
Ability to lift up to 50 pounds on a regular basis

For more information or to apply for this position, please send email, resume and other documents to:

Precision sheet metal fabricator (Rochester)

We are a contract manufacturer looking for a sheet metal fabricator.

Hours are Monday — Friday, 6:30am — 3:30pm.

• Operate a press brake machine following the project details and blueprints.
• Observe machine operation to verify accuracy of machine settings and to detect malfunctions or out-of-tolerance machining.
• Inspect “first-part”, consult with quality assurance and inspect work pieces throughout the production run for out of tolerance machining.
• Using precision measuring instruments such as micrometer and dial caliper, ensure quality products are produced according to project specifications.
• Periodically operate power roller conveyor and do work by hand.

With limited supervision and quality work ethic, function as a member of a customer-driven team whose goal is to ensure that product quality requirements established by the customer have been achieved.
Hold oneself accountable for doing whatever is needed to meet the commitments made around project outcomes.
Maintain adequate levels of performance and motivation despite job tasks that are routine, repetitive, and/or non-stimulating.
Ability to understand and carry out oral and written directives.
Ability to work well under pressure, to adhere to deadlines and the ability to be flexible.
Thorough operational knowledge and skills of press brake equipment to be operated, including inspection equipment.
Ability to operate assigned equipment safely and efficiently.
Ability to keep record of time spent and material used.
Ability to use precision measuring tools such as calipers.
Ability to read drawings and blueprints, and be familiar with common machine tools.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals.
5 years of experience.

Personal Days
401 (k) Plan

For more information or to apply for this position, please send email, resume and other documents to: