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Marketing/Social Media Intern
A Social Media Intern, or Social Media Marketing Intern, is responsible for assisting in a range of marketing initiatives within an organization. Their duties include tracking analytics for social media campaigns, creating social media posting schedules and writing captions for social media posts.
Assist with the design and execution of social media campaigns
Create weekly and monthly editorial calendars to promote company brands on various social media websites
Create and distribute content such as blogs, infographics, videos and press releases on social media and traditional news outlets
Track social media engagement to identify high-performing ideas and campaigns for scalability
The Structural Welder must be able to cut raw materials and then be able to weld them according to print. Knowledge of reading a tape measure and operating a saw is a must.
Reading and understanding blueprints prior to starting a project
Sourcing the materials to be used in the project
Measuring and cutting materials to specifications
Welding materials using the correct materials to join the metals together
Checking finished work to make sure that it falls within the tolerances marked on the blueprints
The Assembly Technician is responsible for putting together component parts or pieces adhering to a specified set of blueprints or schematics. They verify the correct quantities of components parts and quality check completed items, manage parts inventory, and use hand tools and mechanical equipment to produce structurally sound products and equipment
Follow technical instructions, interpret engineering blueprints and technical terms.
Discern quality of parts and materials used in production.
Inventory parts and tools used in the assembling process.
Follow company procedures and directives.
Test finished products for defects.
Maintain the tools used to create products.
Keep a clean and well-maintained workspace
CNC Machine Operator
A CNC Operator, or a Machining Tool Operator, sets up and operates metal-cutting machinery to build tools and parts of various machinery. Their duties include studying blueprints and creating the design, cutting metal, and manipulating it to build the project, and performing regular maintenance on their machinery. Knowledge of reading AND writing programs is preferred.
Read and understand blueprint designs
Set up machinery for production
Rework metal to create the blueprint design
Measure and verify all calculations prior to setting up the machinery
Maintain a clean and organized working environment
Complete routine maintenance of their machinery
Enter all relevant codes to specify the feed, speed, and cut of any toolpath for a CNC