5-Axis Machinist | $32-$42/hr

Location: Seattle, WA


Our client is seeking a highly skilled 5-axis CNC mill machinist/programmer to join their team. The successful candidate will be responsible for running prototype and one-off projects on high speed vertical and horizontal mills, utilizing cutting edge technology to create precise components for a wide range of industries including aerospace, naval, heavy equipment, and energy production.


Job Responsibilities

  • Set up complex jobs on 5-axis CNC mills (DMG Mori DMU 210P and others) using Siemens NX
  • Check parts per specifications and maintain tolerances of +.0005
  • Consult with engineering and design on job planning
  • Bring ideas to the table for continual improvements in machining practices
  • Prove out new processes in machining for prototyping and research and development

Qualifications

  • High level of skill in 5-axis CNC milling and programming
  • Experience setting up and running complex jobs on 5-axis CNC mills
  • Strong attention to detail and ability to maintain tolerances of +.0005
  • Knowledge of Siemens NX (or similar)
  • Ability to work in a team and consult with engineering and design on job planning
  • Open minded and willing to take on new challenges and prove out new processes in machining
  • Knowledge of Siemens NX (or similar)

The ideal candidate will have an open mind and be willing to take on new challenges as we continue to grow and move towards more advanced CNC machinery and applications. If you are a highly skilled machinist with experience in 5-axis milling and programming, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.

To apply, send your resume to careers@careerpathsnw.com, call 425.968.9000, or click the Quick Apply button below.


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CNC Lathe Machinist | $32-$42/hr

Location: Seattle, WA


Our client is seeking an experienced CNC Lathe Machinist with a minimum of 5 years of experience to join their team. The successful candidate will have the ability to set up, program, and run parts on large and medium sized lathes with Okuma and Fanuc controls.

In this job shop and R&D environment, the ideal candidate will be able to “program on the fly” and have a strong understanding of how different materials react and relieve during cutting. Experience with a wide range of materials, including plastic, aluminum, bronze, carbon steel, tool steel, titanium, Inconel, Monel, and stainless steel, is a must. Knowledge of feeds and speeds for heat treated materials is also important.

The successful candidate will be conscientious and take pride in their work, with a focus on achieving first time accuracy and world class quality. Knowledge of G codes and measuring and inspection equipment is also preferred.

If you are an experienced CNC Lathe Machinist with a strong background in setting up, programming, and running parts, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.


Job Responsibilities

  • Set up, program, and run parts on large and medium sized lathes with Okuma and Fanuc controls
  • Work in a job shop and R&D environment, able to “program on the fly”
  • Understand how different materials react and relieve during cutting
  • Achieve first time accuracy and world class quality
  • Use measuring and inspection equipment

Qualifications

  • Minimum of 5 years of experience as a CNC Lathe Machinist
  • Experience with a wide range of materials including plastic, aluminum, bronze, carbon steel, tool steel, titanium, Inconel, Monel, and stainless steel
  • Knowledge of feeds and speeds for heat treated materials
  • Conscientious and takes pride in their work
  • Knowledge of G codes
  • Knowledge of measuring and inspection equipment

To apply, send your resume to careers@careerpathsnw.com, call 425.968.9000, or click the Quick Apply button below.


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Certified Welder | $31-$37/hr

Location: Seattle, WA


Our client is seeking a highly skilled and experienced Certified Welder to join their team. The successful candidate will have a strong background in a variety of welding techniques, including TIG and MIG welding, and the ability to work with a range of materials including aluminum, stainless steel, and titanium.

In this role, you will be responsible for fabricating parts and fixtures according to written and verbal instructions, reading and understanding assembly drawings and blueprints, and setting up and operating metal cutting equipment. You should be comfortable fitting up weldments to within 1/32″ and have strong hand and shop tool skills, including the use of grinders, sanders, drills, lathes, and Bridgeports.

The ideal candidate will be a self-starter who is able to work independently and maintain a high level of quality and workmanship. Experience with AWS, ASME, or other welding specifications is preferred. Software knowledge is also desired.

If you are a Certified Welder with a strong background in a variety of welding techniques and a commitment to quality and workmanship, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.


Job Responsibilities

  • Fabricate parts and fixtures using a variety of welding techniques, including TIG and MIG welding
  • Work with a range of materials including aluminum, stainless steel, and titanium
  • Follow written and verbal instructions to create fabricated parts and fixtures
  • Read and understand assembly drawings and blueprints
  • Set up and operate metal cutting equipment to cut parts to length (saw, plasma, oxy/fuel)
  • Fit up weldments within 1/32″
  • Use hand and shop tools such as grinders, sanders, drills, lathes, and Bridgeports
  • Maintain a high level of quality and workmanship

Qualifications

  • Certified Welder
  • Strong background in a variety of welding techniques
  • Experience with AWS, ASME, or other welding specifications (preferred)
  • Software knowledge (desired)
  • Ability to work independently
  • Commitment to quality and workmanship

To apply, send your resume to careers@careerpathsnw.com, call 425.968.9000, or click the Quick Apply button below.


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Class A CDL Driver | $24-$28/hr

Location: Eugene, OR


Are you an experienced Class A CDL Driver looking for a new opportunity? If so, we have the perfect job for you!

Our client is seeking a highly qualified and experienced Class A CDL Driver to join their team and take on the role of transporting heavy machinery and equipment locally. In this role, you will be responsible for picking up and delivering machinery and equipment to assigned locations, ensuring proper loading and unloading, and instructing customers on the safe operation of the equipment.

Additional responsibilities include performing pre-delivery and pre-pickup inspections of equipment, recording deliveries and completing appropriate paperwork in a timely manner, and performing minor repairs and maintenance as needed. You will also be responsible for maintaining the cleanliness and appearance of your truck and trailer, completing daily vehicle inspection reports, and participating in all safety meetings and training.

To be successful in this role, you should have at least 1 year of experience in the forklift or related industry, as well as 2+ years of commercial driving experience. If you are a safety-conscious and detail-oriented individual with a passion for driving and delivering heavy machinery and equipment locally, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.


Job Responsibilities

  • Transport heavy machinery and equipment locally
  • Ensure proper loading and unloading of equipment and stability and proper securement of the load per company and DOT guidelines
  • Instruct customers on the safe operations of the equipment
  • Perform pre-delivery and pre-pickup inspections of equipment
  • Record deliveries and complete appropriate paperwork in a timely manner, including mileage logs and fuel receipts
  • Perform minor repairs and maintenance to equipment as needed
  • Maintain truck and trailer cleanliness and appearance
  • Complete daily vehicle inspection reports
  • Participate in all safety meetings and maintain required training and safety certifications
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Class A CDL Driver with at least 1 year of experience in the forklift or related industry
  • 2+ years of commercial driving experience
  • Safety-conscious and detail-oriented individual with a passion for driving and delivering heavy machinery and equipment locally

To apply, send your resume to careers@careerpathsnw.com, call 425.968.9000, or click the Quick Apply button below.


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Class A CDL Driver | $24-$28/hr

Location: Vancouver, WA


Are you an experienced Class A CDL Driver looking for a new opportunity? If so, we have the perfect job for you!

Our client is seeking a highly qualified and experienced Class A CDL Driver to join their team and take on the role of transporting heavy machinery and equipment locally. In this role, you will be responsible for picking up and delivering machinery and equipment to assigned locations, ensuring proper loading and unloading, and instructing customers on the safe operation of the equipment.

Additional responsibilities include performing pre-delivery and pre-pickup inspections of equipment, recording deliveries and completing appropriate paperwork in a timely manner, and performing minor repairs and maintenance as needed. You will also be responsible for maintaining the cleanliness and appearance of your truck and trailer, completing daily vehicle inspection reports, and participating in all safety meetings and training.

To be successful in this role, you should have at least 1 year of experience in the forklift or related industry, as well as 2+ years of commercial driving experience. If you are a safety-conscious and detail-oriented individual with a passion for driving and delivering heavy machinery and equipment locally, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.


Job Responsibilities

  • Transport heavy machinery and equipment locally
  • Ensure proper loading and unloading of equipment and stability and proper securement of the load per company and DOT guidelines
  • Instruct customers on the safe operations of the equipment
  • Perform pre-delivery and pre-pickup inspections of equipment
  • Record deliveries and complete appropriate paperwork in a timely manner, including mileage logs and fuel receipts
  • Perform minor repairs and maintenance to equipment as needed
  • Maintain truck and trailer cleanliness and appearance
  • Complete daily vehicle inspection reports
  • Participate in all safety meetings and maintain required training and safety certifications
  • Perform other related duties as assigned

Qualifications

  • Class A CDL Driver with at least 1 year of experience in the forklift or related industry
  • 2+ years of commercial driving experience
  • Safety-conscious and detail-oriented individual with a passion for driving and delivering heavy machinery and equipment locally

To apply, send your resume to careers@careerpathsnw.com, call 425.968.9000, or click the Quick Apply button below.


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Manufacturing Engineer | $70K-$85K

Location: Portland, OR


Are you an experienced Manufacturing Engineer with a strong background in optimizing production lines and driving continuous improvement? Do you have a BS in an engineering-related field and at least 3 years of experience as a Manufacturing or Industrial Engineer? If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you!

In this role, you will work closely with the engineering team as well as production and purchasing to ensure peak efficiency in all areas. Your project management experience and excellent communication skills will be key in helping to maintain and optimize production flow lines, train and develop staff, and drive continuous improvement. You will also be responsible for ensuring safety and environmental compliance, collaborating with other departments to reduce overhead and improve quality, and helping to transition operations to Lean processes.

To be successful in this role, you will need to be highly organized and able to prioritize and work in a fast-paced environment. You should also have a strong understanding of Lean manufacturing principles, such as 6S, Kaizen, and VSM, as well as experience with ERP systems. Demonstrated leadership, coaching, and inspirational skills will also be crucial in this role, as you will be leading departments’ transitions.

If you are a highly skilled Manufacturing Engineer with a passion for optimizing production lines and driving continuous improvement, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity today!


Job Responsibilities

  • Help optimize all production lines within the business
  • Work closely with the engineering team as well as production and purchasing to ensure peak efficiency in all areas
  • Maintain and optimize production flow lines
  • Train and develop staff
  • Help transition operations to Lean processes
  • Drive continuous improvement
  • Ensure safety and environmental compliance
  • Collaborate with other departments to reduce overhead and improve quality

Qualifications

  • BS in an engineering-related field
  • At least 3 years of experience as a Manufacturing or Industrial Engineer
  • Knowledge of Lean manufacturing principles, such as 6S, Kaizen, and VSM
  • Experience with ERP systems
  • Demonstrated leadership, coaching, and inspirational skills
  • Highly organized and able to prioritize and work in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to lead departments’ transitions

To apply, send your resume to careers@careerpathsnw.com, call 425.968.9000, or click the Quick Apply button below.


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Automation Technician | $62.4K

Location: Portland, OR


Are you a skilled Automation Technician with experience in control systems, ladder logic programming, and Scada networks? Do you have expertise in PLC and HMI software and hardware, variable speed drive setup, instrumentation, and electrical diagrams/schematics? If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you!

Our client is seeking an Automation Technician with strong customer service skills to join their team. In this role, you will be responsible for post-sale service to customers, handling controls engineering in a production environment. Your duties will include programming PLCs, HMI, and VFD, in-house testing and debugging of systems, helping with troubleshooting and FMS integration, conducting some research and development, functional testing, field service, and product/system startups.

About 25% of the time, you will be at customers’ jobsites, while the rest of the time will be spent in the office. These are often custom-built systems and products used in a range of OEM and other applications.

If you are a dedicated and experienced Automation Technician looking for a new challenge, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity today!


Job Responsibilities

  • Provide post-sale service to customers
  • Handle controls engineering in a production environment
  • Program PLCs, HMI, and VFD
  • Test and debug systems in-house
  • Help with troubleshooting and FMS integration
  • Conduct research and development as needed
  • Perform functional testing, field service, and product/system startups
  • Spend 25% of time at customer jobsites, 75% in the office

Qualifications

  • Experience in control systems, ladder logic programming, and Scada networks
  • Expertise in PLC and HMI software and hardware, variable speed drive setup, instrumentation, and electrical diagrams/schematics
  • Strong customer service skills

To apply, send your resume to careers@careerpathsnw.com, call 425.968.9000, or click the Quick Apply button below.


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Restoration Estimator / Project Manager | $75K-$80K

Location: Kent, WA


Are you a skilled Project Manager with a background in property restoration? Do you have a passion for helping communities recover from natural disasters? If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you!

Our client is seeking an Estimator / Project Manager with at least 5 years of experience in Project Management to join their team. In this role, you will be responsible for managing and directing multiple claims/jobs, as well as directing Lead Technicians in the scheduling and production phases of work orders. You will also be responsible for conducting inspections of jobs and recommending further work to adjusters and clients.

As a 24/7 operation, the Project Manager will be required to be on-call on a rotating basis with other managers. You will need to have excellent organizational skills and the ability to identify resources and adjust work schedules to meet deadlines.

To qualify for this position, you must already be a Project Manager with a valid driver’s license and a good driving record. You should also have knowledge of basic safety standards and work practices.

If you are a dedicated and experienced Project Manager looking to make a positive impact in your community, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity today!


Job Responsibilities

  • Manage and direct multiple claims/jobs
  • Direct Lead Technicians in the scheduling and production phase of work orders
  • Conduct inspections of jobs and recommend further work to adjusters and clients
  • On-call rotation with other managers
  • Identify resources and adjust work schedules to meet deadlines

Qualifications

  • 5+ years of Project Management experience
  • Valid driver’s license with good driving record
  • Knowledge of basic safety standards and work practices
  • Project Manager certification

To apply, send your resume to careers@careerpathsnw.com, call 425.968.9000, or click the Quick Apply button below.


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