Frame Joiner - 2nd Shift

Monroe, CT, United States

Seeking joining machine operator to join our high quality diploma and award frames--permanent position with growth potential.We are a fast-growing manufacturer of diploma frames for U.S. colleges and universities. We are seeking permanent help in our manufacturing areas, M-F, full-time (preferred) or part-time (possible). If you are reliable and motivated, we will train you. Prior machine operator, assembly, or picture framing experience is helpful, but not required. We offer a clean, professional environment. Pay and Schedule - This position pays $15.50 - $17.00 an hour based on experience, and overtime is often available (if desired.) Benefits include PTO, annual incentive plan, free tele-med plan, health care (including medical/dental/vision), 401k with match, and quarterly goal-based rewards. There are many opportunities for growth and career advancement.About Church Hill ClassicsAs the trusted leader in the college diploma frame industry, Church Hill Classics hand-crafts an exclusive line of officially licensed, high-quality frames for college and university degrees. As a certified woman-owned business and 11-time Inc-5000 fast-growth awardee, we proudly build each custom frame in our 62,000 square foot Connecticut facility. Located just off Route 25 in Monroe, we are centrally located between Danbury and Bridgeport.Position: Picture Frame Joining Machine OperatorDescription: Operate a pneumatic joining machine which fastens the four corners of a picture frame. Full training available to qualified candidates.Requirements:You have a keen eye for details and take pride in the quality of your workYou are dependable and safety-mindedYou are able to stand for extended periods of timeYou know how to read a ruler or tape measureYou work well with others in our organizationAvailability to work first or second shift. We require a set schedule but have flexibility across day and night shifts from 6:00am to midnightFull-time preferred but part-time is possible with a minimum of 3 days a week and 8 hours per dayPhysical demands and abilities:Standing and bending required during a typical eight-hour workday.Occasionally lifting components up to approximately thirty pounds may be required.Possess a full range of manual dexterity to assemble parts or pieces together quickly and accurately.Equal Opportunity Employer