Lighthouse Jobs - Permanent & Temporary

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Test Technician

$22 - $23 per hour
Manchester
Lighthouse Professional Services, a division of Staffing 360 Solutions group, is proud to be a “Best in Staffing 2023” award winner. With over 50 years of experience placing people with small and global companies, our offices in New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts serve clients nationwide.Located an hour from the beach, Boston, and the mountains, our team of professionals strives to make a difference every day through thoughtful engineering, design, and manufacturing. We work on some of the most innovative and life-changing products, where new ideas are always welcome and explored.We are currently seeking a dynamic professional for the position of Test Technician in Manchester, NH.Position Summary and Key Responsibilities:As a Test Technician, you will be responsible for supporting Cleaning Durability testing on Neo. This primarily involves:Performing repetitive cleaning cycles following instructions in a User Manual.Documenting cycle progress within the Test Case Record using standard tools (e.g., Surround, Word).Creating observation tickets for any unexpected device events.Job Qualifications:Experience in testing and troubleshooting products.Mfg Testing techniquesDocumentationAdditional Details:Duration: 6 months temp-to-permLocation: Manchester, NHSalary: $22-23/hrShift: 5 openings for 1st shift and 5 openings for 2nd shift.Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply immediately! Along with a polished resume, kindly include your salary expectations and any relevant references.Join us at Lighthouse Professional Services, where excellence meets opportunity!
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Quality Control Inspector- Brooklyn

$23 - $33 per hour
Brooklyn
Lighthouse Professional Services, a division of Staffing 360 Solutions group of companies, has been providing contract and direct hire talent to client companies, ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 corporations for over 50 years. Our offices are in New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, and we work with clients across the country. Our management and recruiting teams are led by experienced industry professionals. We invest in excellent working partnerships, powered by people. We are currently seeking a Quality Control Inspector in Pitkin, Brooklyn, NY. As a (an) Quality Control Inspector your day-to-day duties will consist of and may not be limited to: Responsibilities:Performs Quality Control (QC) inspection on parts and sub-assemblies of rail cars. Performs visual inspection of parts and equipment to ensure conformance to quality standards and to identify non-conformance where it occurs. Performs all work according to engineering drawings, written work procedures, and verbal and written instructions.Uses scales, tape, calipers, micrometer, combination-square and other measuring equipment to inspect parts, equipment, and their proper installation to rail car body. Has the capability of using English and Metric systems of measurement.Records data and findings from inspections in inspection reports and related documentation with a high degree of accuracy, completeness, and attention to detail. Demonstrates an excellent mechanical aptitude.The QC Inspector must be able to read and interpret all engineering drawings and blueprints and has a demonstrated proficiency in all inspection phases listed below. Part Fabrication Receiving Metal Matching Sub Assembly Shell Assembly Truck Assembly & Test Interior and CabExteriorUnder-floorSource Qualifications:Must have, at minimum, two (2) years’ work experience in a QC Inspection field. Must be able to work independently and to conduct the final inspection of an entire rail car. Must be capable of using measuring instruments including, but not limited to, tape measures, calipers, micrometers, etc. Must be capable of working in an active manufacturing environment, be able to climb stairs and ladders, and be able to lift, push, or pull at maximum 40 lbs. DETAILS:Duration: Contract temp to hireLocation: Brooklyn, NYSalary: $22-$33 Per/Hr.7am - 4pm.Benefits: YesShift: 1st.Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply immediately!Please include a clean copy of your resume and salary expectations and any references.
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Chemical Production Manager

$150,000 - $180,000 per year
Wallingford
Lighthouse Professional Services, a division of Staffing 360 Solutions group of companies, has been providing contract and direct hire talent to client companies, ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 corporations for over 50 years. Our offices are in New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, and we work with clients across the country. Our management and recruiting teams are led by experienced industry professionals. We invest in excellent working partnerships, powered by people.We are currently seeking a Chemical Production Manager in Wallingford, CT.As a Chemical Production Manager your day-to-day duties will consist of and may not be limited to: Based in the plant, the Production Manager Lead production units to ensure safe manufacture and shipment of products, in full compliance with regulatory/corporate standards and in support of business unit initiatives. Also responsible for developing and implementing strategies to provide business units with the most competitive unit costs and service profile for the market(s) served.ResponsibilitiesEnsure manufacturing operations are conducted in a manner that ensures the safety of plant employees and the community, while also delivering the business plans.Ensure manufacturing operations are in compliance with federal, local regulations, site standards and are conducted in an environmentally responsible manner.Oversees the development and implementation of the operating budget and related manufacturing plans aligned with the Business Unit’s strategies.Champions QMS, S&OP, TRP/PPP and continuous improvement processes.Determines staffing of function in line with operating plans and budgets.Involved in managing Union relations.Ensure that manufacturing operations meet schedules driven by customer requirements and business needs.Must be able to LEAD transformational change of operating organization. This includes installing business process measurement systems, work process improvements, LEAN and cycle time improvement processes, Process Optimization, Yield and energy improvements, workforce engagement/focus, identifying and deploying workforce training programs, developing supervisory leadership.Successfully integrate Process Information, Automation and Asset utilization systems into manufacturing work processes and operational discipline.Streamline all operational work processes to reduce/eliminate waste at all levels.Develop multi-year manufacturing strategy and execution plans for site operations.Lead batch production operations in daily activities while ensuring safe, efficient, and cost-effective operations.Required skills and experienceExperience with managing operational teamsMust have a vested interest for chemical processesA demonstrated record of excellent people management, change management, strategic thinking, planning and organizing, decision making, risk taking, and communication skillsStrong analytical & problem-solving skillsInnovative mindsetStrong leadership skillsStrong interpersonal and communication skillsPeople Management & DevelopmentEffective Decision MakingChange Management LeadershipStrong analytical and problem-solving skillsStrategic PlanningThorough knowledge of chemical processesProject Management AbilityAbility to multi-taskFlexible personality with innovative mindAccountabilityTeam-playerQualificationsBachelor’s Degree Chemical Engineering or other technical fieldExperience in chemical manufacturing STRONGLY PREFERREDDETAILS:Duration: Direct HireLocation: Wallingford, CTSalary: Salary Range: $140-180K(depending on experience)Benefits: Full BenefitsShift: 1stQualified candidates are encouraged to apply immediately!Please include a clean copy of your resume and salary expectations and any reference
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FMI Supervisor

$70,000 - $75,000 per year
West Falls Church
Lighthouse Professional Services, a division of Staffing 360 Solutions group of companies, has been providing contract and direct hire talent to client companies, ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 corporations for over 50 years. Our offices are in New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, and we work with clients across the country. Our management and recruiting teams are led by experienced industry professionals. We invest in excellent working partnerships, powered by people. We are currently seeking an FMI Supervisor in West Falls Church, VA. As a (an) FMI Supervisor your day-to-day duties will consist of and may not be limited to: Job Description:Must be able to develop appropriate business strategies aligned to KRC’s Management Policy.Manage position to make best use of employees; select employees and develop their capabilities; plan for succession of key personnel; counsel employees effectively; administer discipline; handle human resource matters in accordance with company policy and procedures.Establish work standards and schedules and ensure their effective implementation in the department; assign work to employees and train employees in work procedures and methods; review employees’ work for adequacy and take steps to correct inadequate performance; approve employees’ work schedules and time reports.Directly responsible for the site activities for a specific shift.Coordinates the daily work activities on the rail cars delivered to the customer.Supervises the clerical and technical personnel working on their shift.Controls the work hours expended to maintain the site budget and minimize overtime.Maintains a safe and orderly work environment.Prepares a schedule for the daily activities and coordinates completion and progress with the customer.Audits and submits daily vouchers for personnel under their supervision.Ensures that all employees follow customer safety procedures.Ensures that modifications are coordinated and implemented as quickly as possible. Coordinates the shift vendor activities to ensure that they are meeting their warranty obligations and submitting the necessary paperwork.Ability to work with minimal direct supervision.Qualifications:Must have at minimum one (1) year supervisory experience in warranty, production, quality, or engineering, or three (3) years mechanical/technical experience with some supervisory responsibilities. Must have strong mechanical aptitude and be proficient with both English and Metric measurement systems.Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills.Must be comfortable working in an active rail car environment.Must have good computer and report generating skills.Must be able to read, write and speak English.Must have strong organization and interpersonal skills.Must be able to work well under pressure.Must be professional when interacting with the customer representatives.Must be able to climb stairs and ladders, and be able to lift, push, or pull at maximum 40 lbs.Must be able to deal with numerous and constantly changing priorities. DETAILS: Duration: Perm Location: West Falls Church, VAHours 5am - 2pm.Salary: Depending on Experience ($71,735 - $75000) Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply immediately!Please include a clean copy of your resume and salary expectations and any references.
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Winder

$0 - $0 per hour
Thomaston
Lighthouse Professional Services, a division of Staffing 360 Solutions group of companies, has been providing contract and direct hire talent to client companies, ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 corporations for over 50 years. Our offices are in New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts, and we work with clients across the country. Our management and recruiting teams are led by experienced industry professionals. We invest in excellent working partnerships, powered by people.Lighthouse Professional Services committed to the success of the companies, candidates, and employees we serve. We invest in excellent working partnerships, powered by people. We are currently seeking a Winder in Thomaston, CT.As a Winder our day-to-day duties will consist of and may not be limited to: We have an immediate opening in our facility located in Thomaston, CT. PurposeThis position involves inserting coil windings into stators, rotors, and armatures. Input MaterialEmpty stator cores and rotors, some of which are purchased, and armatures that are built in-house plus insulation, phase paper and other materials, and pre-wound coils. Essential FunctionsChecks stator, rotor or armature for bent laminations, burrs, or slots that are not clear. Review traveler for connection diagram, type of winding, span, inserts and coil grouping. For varnish job, install slot liners and begin inserting bottom of first coil in slot and top into proper slot based on span and continue coil insertion for whole group. Continue with following groups, inserting phase papers between groups. Shape coils with forming fixture using press or mallet and check with template. Tie both ends and attach leads by soldering with solder pot and ladles, hand soldering iron, or, for smaller gauge wires, brazing. Input wires are then labeled, and stator is sent to test. For VPI job (sealed insulation), each coil is taped with non-adhesive insulation and additional sleeves, silicone and moisture blockers are installed. Rotors and armatures follow similar procedures, but slots are on outside. Coil wires on armatures must go to the commutator in proper sequence. On heavy duty motors, these wires are welded to the commutator using TIG. On large wound rotors, support rings attached to core support ends of coils. On very large stator/frame assemblies, large rings are temporarily installed and rest in a roller assembly which allows the unit to be rotated for coil insertion. For very large rotors, a temporary arbor is supported on each end and that allows the unit to be rotated for coil insertion. Performs other duties as assigned by the Winding Team Leader. Proficiency Levels Level I: Setup - Operation - Maintenance - Has attained very high level of proficiency and requires very limited supervision. Has a minimum of 5 years’ experience. Can perform any operation that the job requires. Is extremely proficient at math required by job - is expert at using measuring instruments, gauges, and templates. Performs routine cleaning and maintenance of machines. Quality/Continuous Improvement/Productivity - Inspects own work - has very low rejection rate. Uses experience and proven techniques to pass job on to next work station in optimum time to maintain required quality and minimize rework. Represents Winding Shop on Continuous Improvement Task Teams. Assists Winding Team Leader to establish Certification Test for each machine/procedure. Assists new employees and other Winders with learning the skills necessary to obtain Certification. Works closely with Engineering on prototype work and makes meaningful suggestions for product improvement. Can fill in for Winding Team Leader. Problem Solving - Can work out virtually any problem that arises concerning work being performed - has usually seen some form of the problem before. Blueprints & Traveler - Can not only correctly interpret the drawings and Traveler documents, but can assist other Winders. Level II: Setup - Operation - Maintenance - Has attained moderate level of proficiency and requires occasional supervision. Generally, has a minimum of 2 years’ experience. Can perform most operations that the job requires. Can do routine math required by job - is able to use most measuring instruments, gauges and templates. Performs routine cleaning and maintenance of machines. Quality/Continuous Improvement/Productivity - Inspects own work - has moderate rejection rate. Uses proven techniques to pass job on to next workstation, but in some instances must sacrifice time to maintain required quality and minimize rework. Participates on Continuous Improvement Task Teams. Problem Solving - Can work out most of the problems that arises concerning work being performed - Utilizes the experience of the Level 1 Coil Inserter and the Winding Team Leader. Blueprints & Traveler - Can correctly interpret the drawings and Traveler documents, but sometimes needs assistance when working on new, or very complex, jobs Level III: Setup - Operation - Maintenance - Works at an acceptable level of proficiency and requires general supervision. Generally, has less than 2 years’ experience. Can perform some of the operations that the job requires and is learning the more complex operations. Can do routine math required by job - is learning to use measuring instruments, gauges and templates. Performs routine cleaning and maintenance of machines. Quality/Continuous Improvement/Productivity - Inspects own work - has acceptable rejection rate. Uses proven techniques to pass job on to next work station, but usually sacrifices time to maintain required quality and minimize rework. Problem Solving - Can work out most of the problems that arise concerning work being performed - Utilizes the experience of the Level 1 and 2 Coil Inserter and the Winding Team Leader. Blueprints & Traveler - Can correctly interpret the drawings and Traveler documents some of the time, but frequently needs assistance when working on new, or very complex, jobs. Physical Requirements Job requires standing - some of the work can be done while seated. Since overhead cranes are available in all work areas, Technicians are not required to lift more than 50 pounds. Education / CertificationHigh school graduate preferred - will consider commensurate experience. Has passed Certification Test established by the Company for each machine/procedure that is used without close supervision.Finished ProductEnsures that finished product meets specifications and that it is moved to the next position on the Traveler in a timely manner. DETAILS: · Duration: Contract 6 Months Temp to hire· Location: Thomaston, CT.· Salary: Depending on experienceQualified candidates are encouraged to apply immediately!Please include a clean copy of your resume and salary expectations and any references.
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