CNC Punch Press Operators Featured
- Aurora, Oregon
- Hourly $20.00 - $23.00
- Job ID
CNC Punch Press Operators job at Vans Aircraft in Aurora OR
Description, duties, responsibilities
Van’s Aircraft is looking for the right people – team players who want to join a strong, established company – to join our factory staff making aircraft parts. The schedules for these CNC Punch Press Operator positions are:
- 10 hours per day Monday through Thursday, on Day shift
- 10 hours per day Monday through Thursday, on Swing/Evening shift
- 12 hours per day Friday through Sunday, on Swing shift
Each of these shifts includes the possibility of working additional days (overtime) when business needs dictate, and a shift payroll differential applies for the Swing and Weekend shifts.
The successful candidate must be able to follow exact directions, have a positive work attitude, and work well with others. Must be able to read a tape measure and calipers. This job requires the use of basic math on a daily basis. A background in G-code is a plus. One year of CNC punch press operating experience is preferred, but we are willing to train the right people.
Benefits include health, dental, short-term disability and life insurance. We offer paid leave and a competitive wage. The company offers a 401(k) plan with company match and an Employee Stock Ownership Plan as well as financial health and wellness benefits for employees.
Vans Aircraft Company Overview
Van's Aircraft is the world-leading manufacturer of kit aircraft. Built on a proud heritage, the company is the market leader in the experimental-kit aircraft market, producing more kits than any other company in the world since 1973. As we enter 2021, Van's is experiencing record sales and growth and so we're expanding and enhancing our team. By the end of 2020, nearly 11,000 RV kits had been completed and flown, and thousands more are currently under construction. Completion rates currently average about 1.5 per day. RVs are flying in more than 45 different countries and kits have shipped to more than sixty. From their humble beginnings on a small farm in Oregon in the early '70s, these wonderful airplanes have achieved a global following. And their popularity is not the result of any superior marketing campaign. Rather, they are popular because they fly so well and bring so much pleasure to their builders, who can’t help but tell their friends (and take them for a ride, of course). After nearly 50 years Van’s Aircraft is solvent, strong, and alive with new ideas. The future presents plenty of opportunities and challenges, and we intend to meet them the way Dick VanGrunsven did when he first built the company: with honesty, practicality, diligence, and imagination. Join us in that mission!