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Do you like your evenings and weekends free? The positions below are available now.

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Unless specified otherwise, all positions are located at our facility in Castle Rock, Colorado.

This page last updated: 4.10.2017

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  • Assembler
  • Receiving - Warehouse Specialist
  • Warehouse Specialist - Elbert
  • Assembler - Elbert
  • Receptionist/Office Assistant I
  • How to Apply
  • Benefits

Assembler

Produces quality magnetic products by kitting components and packaging of finished goods.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

Essential

  • Performs responsibilities in accordance with established safety guidelines and procedures
  • Accurately assembles magnetic products according to instructions
  • Accurately follow Warehouse Management guidelines to pull product
  • Accurately magnetizes products according to instructions
  • Accurately paints products according to instructions
  • Finishes magnetic products according to instructions
  • Accurately assembles and labels boxes for magnetic products
  • Able to meet hourly production goals and accurately complete time-study data
  • Maintains general housekeeping and organization in all areas of production on a daily basis utilizing 5S principles

Marginal

  • May assist steel preparation with certain processes
  • Other duties as assigned

EQUIPMENT:

  • Bag machine, calculator, computer, label printer, magnetizer, rivnut drill, skin-packaging machine, blister sealer, heat sealer
  • Personal Protective Equipment is to be used where required

KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS:

  • Previous production skills helpful
  • Good math skills
  • Safety conscious
  • Manual dexterity
  • Knowledge of basic hand tools

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationship with team members
  • Ability to follow directions
  • Ability to organize and handle multiple tasks
  • Ability to interact with all levels of company team
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs. using proper lifting techniques, stand up to 8 hours per day, twisting, turning, bending
  • Customer and team oriented
  • Demonstrates basic math and writing skills
  • Demonstrates effective oral communication skills
  • Demonstrates initiative and motivation
  • Detail oriented
  • Handles difficult situations with diplomacy

EDUCATION: High school diploma or GED required and you must be at least 18 years old.

Receiving/Warehouse Specialist

Ensures the accuracy and quality of incoming product and materials, maintains its storage, and pulls material for the production department.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

Essential

  • Receives incoming product shipped from UPS/common carrier/transfer van and verifies quantity and quality using company standards
  • Loads and unloads material from trucks
  • Performs responsibilities in accordance with safety guidelines and procedures
  • Matches purchase orders with bills of lading and packing slips
  • Places raw material and finished product into appropriate stock locations
  • Labels material for proper storage and identification
  • Delivers materials to production areas
  • Ensures the correct loading of the vehicle by loading product or material and assisting warehouse team members.
  • Performs responsibilities in accordance with safety guidelines and procedures
  • Shred cardboard for packing material as time allows

Marginal

  • Fills orders by pulling UPS and truck orders.
  • Packs UPS orders by preparing packages for proper transfer.
  • Prepares pallets for truck orders by properly banding, wrapping, material or product.
  • Labels orders for shipment by preparing proper labels.
  • Conducts inventory counts by accurately counting product or material.
  • Other duties as assigned

EQUIPMENT: Forklift, caliper, pallet jack and personal computer.

KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS:

  • Certified forklift operator
  • Experience with receiving procedures
  • Familiar with the Warehouse Management module
  • Good math skills
  • Safety conscious
  • Basic computer skills

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationship with team members
  • Ability to follow directions
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks
  • Ability to interact with all levels of company team
  • Ability to lift 70 lbs. using proper lifting techniques
  • Ability to organize tasks
  • Customer and team oriented
  • Demonstrate effective oral communication skills
  • Demonstrate initiative and motivation
  • Detail oriented
  • Handle difficult situations with diplomacy

EDUCATION: High school diploma or GED.

Warehouse Specialist - Elbert

POSITION SUMMARY Ensures the accuracy and quality of incoming products and materials, maintains its storage, and pulls materials needed for all departments of Elbert and New Force facilities.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

Essential

  • Properly loads and unloads material from trucks and containers
  • Accurately completes time studies in association with unloading containers
  • Accurately gathers and palletizes product for customer outgoing truck orders
  • Accurately completes paperwork for truck orders and turns into shipping supervisor
  • Performs responsibilities in accordance with safety guidelines and procedures
  • Accurately matches purchase orders with bills of lading and packing slips
  • Places raw material and finished product into appropriate stock locations
  • Documents and reports location changes to QC
  • Accurately labels material for proper storage and identification
  • Properly delivers materials to production, rework, quality control, cutting equipment areas, shipping quick pick area, and New Force

Marginal

  • Performs item inquires in the inventory accounting module of APlus (Infor)
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Properly handles van transfers along with required paperwork and faxing information
  • Accurately completes outsource labor reports when needed
  • Accurately completes van transfer paperwork when needed
  • Accurately creates labels for customer orders that have special labeling requirements
  • Creates BOLs for shipments when needed

EQUIPMENT: Bander, caliper, computer, copier, fax machine, forklift, pallet jack, pallet wrapping machine, box blade, tape gun, calculator

KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS:

  • Experience with receiving procedures
  • Good math skills
  • Certified forklift operator
  • Safety conscious
  • Familiar with inventory accounting module of APlus (Infor)

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationship with team members
  • Ability to follow directions
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks
  • Ability to interact with all levels of company team
  • Ability to lift 70 lbs. using proper lifting techniques
  • Ability to organize tasks
  • Customer and team oriented
  • Demonstrates effective oral communication skills
  • Demonstrates initiative and motivation
  • Detail oriented
  • Handles difficult situations with diplomacy

EDUCATION: High school diploma or GED required and you must be at least 18 years old.

Elbert Assembler
This position is responsible for completing light assembly production tasks at our facility in Elbert, Colorado.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

Essential

  • Accurately assembles products for which Elbert facility is responsible
  • Performs responsibilities in accordance with safety guidelines and procedures
  • Accurately assembles boxes for packaging
  • Properly packages, labels, and palletizes products and makes ready for shipping and/or inventory
  • Accurately completes time-study data
  • Correctly completes work order paperwork and hands in to front computer hanging file so work order can be closed by Coach or Lead Back up.

Marginal

  • Accurately magnetizes and identifies products for which Elbert facility is responsible
  • Assists with janitorial duties, e.g. cleaning, changing lights, ground maintenance, trash removal, etc.
  • Accurately fills in, and completes paper work associated with re-work projects as needed
  • Assists with accurately pulling and palletizing product for daily van transfers and/or outgoing truck shipments and all paperwork associated with these processes
  • Accurately completes outsource labor reports as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

EQUIPMENT: Cordless drill, magnetizers, pallet jack, small hand tools, heat shrink wrap machine, card board/paper shredder, pallet shrink wrap and bander equipment, hydraulic floor jack, small flexible strip winder, auto bagger

KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS:

  • Basic math skills
  • Manual dexterity
  • Safety conscious

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationship with team members
  • Ability to follow directions
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs. using proper lifting techniques
  • Ability to organize tasks
  • Customer and team oriented
  • Demonstrates effective oral communication skills
  • Demonstrates initiative and motivation

EDUCATION: High school diploma or GED

 

Receptionist/Office Assistant I

Answers the phone and distributes calls appropriately, greets visitors, files, and mails literature packets, and provides administrative support for marketing, sales and all other departments.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

Essential

  • Efficiently and pleasantly receive incoming calls; direct calls to the appropriate employee and/or dept.
  • Primary responsibility for accurately scanning of paid and unpaid invoices in customer files
  • Assists with processing tradeshow and sales leads, and other email marketing projects according to established procedures and timelines.
  • Prepares literature to be mailed to leads from Sales daily requests, shows and advertising, including preparing labels, gathering and stuffing literature
  • Sorts, date stamps and distributes incoming mail
  • Runs postage for outgoing mail. Prepares and mails bulk mail projects
  • Efficiently types letters, labels, envelopes and miscellaneous items
  • Reviews, date stamps and distributes incoming faxes
  • Monitors marketing literature and office supplies inventory
  • Maintains new customer spreadsheet for FASTENAL. Utilize mail merge and batch mailing to send out packets of literature. Print catalogs and inserts for 30 new customers approximately 2-3 times per month

Marginal

  • Assisting Mktg/Tradeshow Coordinator with printing and packing literature for shows, tradeshow show folder copying, planograms for booth and store setup, drop ship forms, price stickers, GlobalSpec sales leads (online industrial search) – processing and distributing Constant Contact email to leads, maintenance and administration of Magnet Source Center customer database.

EQUIPMENT:

  • Phone system, computer, fax, copier, postage meter

KNOWLEDGE / SKILLS:

  • Familiar with MS Office, Word, Excel, Outlook, WPCRM or comparable CRM (customer relationship management) system
  • Precise and efficient filing techniques; able to follow set process
  • Ability to operate and maintain various office equipment including the copier, postage scale and meter (stamps.com)

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Ability to effectively interact with all levels of company team
  • Ability to effectively interact with external customers
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationship with team members
  • Ability to handle multiple tasks and meet established deadlines
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality
  • Ability to organize and prioritize tasks
  • Customer, team and detail oriented
  • Demonstrates effective written, oral and telephone communication skills
  • Handles difficult situations with diplomacy
  • Keyboarding average 35-40 wpm accurately

EDUCATION: High school diploma or equivalent and one year general office experience

Master Magnetics, Inc. is looking for responsible, dedicated people who are interested in working in a friendly environment. We offer great hours (no evenings or weekends), competitive wages and benefits.

Minimum requirements for all positions - high school diploma or GED, at least 18 years of age, and able to meet lifting requirements (if applicable). E/O/E

If you would like to complete an interactive application for employment (to be sent via e-mail), please follow these instructions:

1. Right-click here, then download linked PDF file to your computer. Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to open and complete the application, and and can be obtained at no cost by clicking here.

2. Complete the application, save, attach to an e-mail and send to our Human Resources department at people@magnetsource.com.

If you would like to download and print a hard copy application for employment, please click here. Fill it out completely, then mail, fax, scan and e-mail, or bring in person to our facility in Castle Rock, Colorado.

You may apply in person for these positions between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Mon. - Fri. at:

Master Magnetics, Inc.
747 S. Gilbert St.
Castle Rock, CO 80104

Postal:
Human Resources
747 S. Gilbert St.
Castle Rock, CO 80104

Fax (Human Resources only):
303.660.6283

E-mail (Human Resources only):
people@magnetsource.com
Fax number and e-mail for company information and general inquiries can be found by clicking here.

For jobs at Master Magnetics East in Marietta, Ohio, you may apply via e-mail (above) or in person at:

Master Magnetics East
108 Industry Road
Marietta, Ohio 45750

Seven Paid Holidays – In accordance with holiday policy.

After 30 Days of Employment:

  • UHC All Savers Health Plans. Choice of a PPO plan or a high-deductible health plan with a Health Savings Account. Master Magnetics, Inc. (MMI) contributes to team member's premium (amount is determined annually); dependent coverage available at group rate.
  • Vision Insurance – Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield. Team member pays premium.
  • Dental Insurance – Aetna US Healthcare - Dual Option - DMO or PPO. Team member pays premium.
  • Life Insurance – Prudential - $20,000 term life / accidental death and dismemberment policy. Master Magnetics, Inc. pays premium.
  • 401-K Retirement Plan
  • Voluntary Life Insurance – Prudential - Additional life insurance may be purchased for team member, spouse, and children. Team member pays premium based on amount of coverage and age.
  • Prepaid Legal Service and Identity Theft Protection

After 60 Days of Employment:

  • Eight Hours of Paid Personal Time (PPT) in accordance with PPT policy.
  • During First Year of Employment, 8 Hours of PPT are credited to team member after each 60 days of employment to a maximum of 40 hours.

After Six Months of Employment:

  • Tuition Reimbursement – $2,000 annual tuition cap for approved classes.
  • Health Maintenance Bonus – Partial reimbursement for a single membership at an approved fitness center.

After One Year of Employment:

  • Pension Profit Sharing Program
  • Paid Vacation (one week)
  • 40 Hours of Paid Personal Time (PPT) annually

After Two Years of Employment:

  • Paid Vacation (two weeks)

After Six Years of Employment:

  • Paid Vacation (three weeks)