Corning is expanding its operations its Glendale plant and is hiring for entry-level assemblers and two grades of experienced machinists.
Assemblers mass-produce a variety of small to microscopic products, use hand or power presses and other machines, and perform final inspection work. Applicants need a high school diploma or GED, sharp eyes, and nimble hands for assembling small and microscopic parts.
The Machinist III role sets up, operates, and troubleshoots CNC operations. Operations include things like turning, drilling, reaming, and threading. Machinist IIIs also handle quality inspection, routine maintenance on CNC equipment, and training less-skilled operators. For this job, applicants need a high school diploma and at least five years set-up experience.
The Machinist IV position is perfect for more experienced machinists. Machinist IVs will handle set-up, operation, troubleshooting, quality control and maintenance without assistance. And while the Machinist III helps less-experienced operators, Machinist IVs work with department supervisors to identify and handle issues. This role calls for a two-year technical college education or equivalent proven experience and at least seven years set-up experience.
For more than 160 years, Corning has applied expertise in specialty glass, ceramics and optical physics to create products that transform people’s lives. As part of its Optical Communications segment, employees help deliver the cutting-edge parts that power video, data, and voice communications.
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