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Applications may be filled out at 1502 Quarry Drive, Edgewood, MD 21040
ONLY during the following times:
Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
1:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
All applicants must meet the minimum job requirements to be considered for any open position.
The minimum job requirements for all current open positions are:
High School Diploma/GED required
Post offer drug screen and background investigation (education/employment history).
These positions work in a very fast paced environment.
Must have English reading and verbal communication skills sufficient to read, understand and communicate company operating procedures and policies.
Must be able to write legibly
Must be able to demonstrate math proficiency equal to or greater than required for the position applied.
Other duties may include assisting in other areas or positions
Must be available to work shifts specified by position and be flexible to potential overtime on weekend/holidays.
Shift and schedule may change as deemed necessary.
Shift hours vary by position:
1st Shift: 7:00am-3:30pm
2nd Shift: 3:00pm-11:30pm
3rd Shift: 11:00pm-7:30am
A Shift: 430am-430pm: 3 days on 4 days off, 4 days on and 3 days off
B Shift: 430pm-430am: 3 days on 4 days off, 4 days on and 3 days off
WONDERLIC MATH TEST TIPS: If you are interested in getting the best Basic Math score possible, make sure to review the following study guide TGC Math Test Study Guide . A minimum composite score of 240 on the Wonderlic Basic Math Skill is the equivalent of 8th grade math ability.
The Gill Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants for all job openings are welcome and will be considered without regard to race, religious creed, color, age, sex, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, marital status, medical condition, physical or mental disability, military service, pregnancy, childbirth and related medical conditions, or any other classification protected by federal, state, and local laws and ordinances.
The Gill Corporation provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities in accordance with the Americans with Disability Act and applicable state and local law. If you require an accommodation in the application process, please notify the Human Resources Department.
Manufacturing Operator-Expansion (All Shifts)
Assist in the working and expansion of aluminum honeycomb core to customer specified dimensions and tolerance. Assists others to operate equipment such as expander tables and bonding ovens and trim saws in the safest and most expedient manner in accordance with established company policies and operator documentation. Performs routine operator level preventative maintenance, organize, clean, and maintain tools, equipment, product, and supplies to ensure highest possible standards of cleanliness in accordance with established company procedures and Form B on a daily basis. Setup all saws and cut slices and panels to work order specifications with the exception of Tannetitz, Femco, and Do-All saw #6. Prepares honeycomb slices for expansion per the work order, by using hot glue, nailing, or drilling aluminum slices. Expands slices into panels (within specification tolerance) per work order instructions. Assist oven operator with stabilizing or flattening of honeycomb panels when required. Setup saw, trim panels and tag each part to work order specifications, deliver complete order to Q.C. for inspection. Operates forklifts, and trucks, and equipment carts to perform material handling duties as assigned. Performs product packaging and labeling duties as assigned. High School diploma or GED is required. One to three years prior experience with light gauge metal forming, band saws, industrial metal cutting, or metal work. Exposure to close tolerance work and use of calipers and micrometers. Minimum composite score of 240 on the Wonderlic Basic Math Skill Test is required.
Precision Process Technician-(All Shifts)
Operates metal working equipment and other related facilities to machine and form honeycomb materials to specified dimensions and tolerance. Responsible for finish, quality, packaging, labeling, and any other attributes necessary to ensure that only highest quality product is delivered to the next worker and to the customer. Manufactures parts to customer specification with the use of work orders, sketches and process sheets. Documents process steps specified by the Special Process part traveler. Layout and planform parts by using templates and mylars. Layout and rout pockets, chamfers, and undercut within work order tolerance. Proficient with the use of precision measuring tools (micrometers, calipers, depth gauges, height gauges, tapes, scales and protractors.) Operates saws, expanders, hand routers, slotter, sealers, roll formers, and ovens. Stabilize core in accordance with established procedures. Layout, planform, dry fit, layup and bond per established procedures. In the absence of the oven operator, operate oven per established procedure. Performs routine operator level preventative maintenance, organize, clean, and maintain tools, equipment, product, and supplies to ensure highest possible standards of cleanliness in accordance with established company procedures and Form B requirements. High School diploma or GED is required. One to three years of similar work in a manufacturing environment where hand forming, carving, or hand tool machining of light gauge or delicate materials is required. Exposure to close tolerance work, typically on the order of a few thousandths of an inch and use of calipers or micrometers. Minimum composite score of 240 on the Wonderlic Basic Math Skill Test is required.
CNC Operator-(All Shifts)
Operates CNC milling equipment and other related equipment necessary to machine honeycomb materials to specified dimensions and tolerances. Responsible for setting up and operating numerical control machines to perform various machine functions such as cutting and milling of metallic and nonmetallic core to ensure that only highest quality product is delivered to the next worker and to the customer. Operates equipment in the safest and most expedient manner in accordance with established company policies and operator documentation.
Performs routine operator level preventative maintenance, organizes, cleans, and maintains tools, equipment, product, and supplies to ensure highest possible standards of cleanliness in accordance with established company procedures and Form B requirements. Providing accurate and timely information regarding personal production throughput and techniques. Participating in controlled experiments involving new techniques and equipment. Discusses control media errors, new processes, machine malfunctions and safety hazards with supervisor or engineering personnel to resolve issues. Reads and interprets blueprints, planning sheets, sketches, and related technical data to determine tooling requirements, setup procedures, control settings, machining methods and sequences. Mounts, aligns, and secures tooling, attachments, and work piece on machine. Selects and installs cutting tools in machine spindle. Loads control media such as tape, card, or disk, in machine controller or enter commands to retrieve preprogrammed instructions from database. Calculates and sets machine controls to position spindle in relationship to work piece and to regulate factors such as cutting depth, speed and feed. Starts machine and monitors displays and machine operation to detect malfunctions. High School diploma or GED. One to three years of similar work in a manufacturing environment. Experience performing three and five axis NC machining of metallic or composite products where hand forming, carving, or hand tool machining of light gauge or delicate materials are required. Exposure to close tolerance work, typically on the order of a few thousandths of an inch and use of calipers or micrometers. Minimum composite score of 240 on the Wonderlic Basic Math Skill Test is required.
Utility Operator-(All Shifts)
Assist in the working of cleaning tools, moving parts, getting parts and other assistance required in manufacturing as needed. Performs routine operator level preventative maintenance, organize, clean, and maintain tools, equipment, product, and supplies to ensure highest possible standards of cleanliness in accordance with established company procedures and Form B on a daily basis. Setup parts on tools for department as assigned. Obtain parts for department as assigned. Assist other departments that need help (including but not limited to shipping, or help other operators with oversized honeycomb materials). Assist oven operator in moving tools, if required. Tag parts, unbag tools or remove parts from tools. Operate forklifts, dry ice blaster, trucks, and equipment carts to perform material handling duties as assigned. Performs product packaging and labeling duties as assigned. Demonstrate the ability to trouble shoot and problem solve scrap and quality issues with assistance from engineering, supervision and upper level managers. High School diploma or GED is required. One to three years prior experience in related area within a manufacturing environment. Minimum composite score of 240 on the Wonderlic Basic Math Skill Test is required.
Maintenance Electrician-(All Shifts)
Installs and repairs electrical systems, i.e. AC motors drives, programmable controllers, various process related electrical and electronic controls. Familiar with 480 volt 3 phase power distribution and AC/DC circuits. Visually inspects and tests machinery and equipment as a part of general maintenance. Listens for unusual sounds for machines or equipment to detect malfunction and discuss machine operations with supervisors or other maintenance works in diagnosing and repairing machine. Must be able to troubleshoot production machines. Retro fitting machines as needed. Dismantles defective machines and equipment and installs new or repaired parts. Troubleshoots, repairs and programs all types of control circuitry from relay logic to programmable logic. Must have common troubleshooting ability without the use of schematic diagrams. Lay out, assemble, install, and maintain conduit systems and related electrical equipment. Install, repair, and/or replace control circuitry up to 480 volts. Install, repair and/or replace different manufactures and types of variable frequency drives. Troubleshoot electrical components from basic receptacle wiring to intricate control circuitry to include: transformers, limit switches, hoists, variable frequency drives, controllers, relays, sensors and all other associated electrical equipment. Replaces electric motor bearings and rewires motors. Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year College or technical school; or five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Journeyman. Minimum composite score of 240 on the Wonderlic Basic Math Skill Test is required.
Customer Service Representative-(1st Shift)
Responsible for all aspects of customer service ranging from being the primary customer interface to working directly with all internal departments throughout the entire customer purchase order life-cycle. Assist sales managers by monitoring, following up and proactively resolving inquiries, change and/or complaints. Become familiar with the Gill Corp-MD products and services. Responsible for timely and accurate management of all aspects of customer requirements. The involvement begins by supporting the SM during initial bid phase throughout all internal and/or external changes, culminating with product deliveries and achieving customer satisfaction. Receive, review and accurately enter customer purchase and change orders. Provide status from operations to customer, as needed. Coordinate with production/planning for lead-time, minimum order quantities and other essential information prior to acceptance of the customer order. Negotiate expedite fees, when applicable. Associate's degree preferred. Minimum requirement of High School Diploma; One to three years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Minimum composite score of 240 on the Wonderlic Basic Math Skill Test is required.
Quality Inspector-(All Shifts)
Maintain quality standards by in-process inspection, and or final inspection of production and finished products; recording quality results. Approves visual and dimensional inspections for in process, completed parts and core blanket assemblies in accordance with the Gill Corporation-MD and / or customer specifications. Responsible for knowing how to use a variety of inspection tools; Calipers, Micrometers, Depth Micrometers, Scale, Protractor etc. Responsible for identifying, documenting and segregation of nonconforming materials / product in accordance with procedures. Generate non-conformance reports. Perform release and transfer of accepted product into MRP database (Visual). Perform First Article inspections in accordance with AS9102 standard. Maintain retrieval file system for documented objective evidence of material / product status. Responsible for generating required certifications and supplying documentation package for product shipment. Maintains safe and healthy work environment by following standard and procedures; complying with legal regulations. Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal. High school diploma or general education degree (GED); in combination with one to three years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Minimum composite score of 240 on the Wonderlic Basic Math Skill Test is required.
Packaging Shipping Technician-(All shifts)
Responsible for the correct, efficient, and prompt packaging, preparation, and shipment of all departing products. Performs all measurements, machine operation, and hand labor associated with package preparation, including, but not limited to: skid construction, box making, box assembly, shrink wrapping, bag sealing, packing, paperwork preparation, labeling, and product identification. Packs individual orders to ensure undamaged delivery of clean, presentable, and correctly labeled product, and efficient use of packaging material and manpower. Uses forklifts, hand trucks, and dollies to load outgoing and incoming materials. Assist in the preparation and maintenance of accurate paperwork on shipping transaction, to include daily shipping schedules, receiving reports, packing slips, bills of lading, air bills, and other associated documents. Responsible for the proper maintenance and housekeeping of the shipping department area and all equipment. Responsible for training new and existing employees on various methods of packaging requirements by customers and shipping products out to customers. Gather pre-assembled containers, wooden crates or cardboard to assemble and package product and apply strapping to container. Ensure proper placement of labels and marking of the cartons by way of stencil or handwritten customer information on top of carton, weight and name of customer in the upper right hand corner displaying order number, customer name and weight in front of carton. Crosstrain in other areas of shipping. Consistently maintain a clean and organized work area by using cleaning supplies such as a broom, dust mop, dustpan, to clean assigned work areas. Check on supplies and if needed inform your supervisor. Responsible for maintaining "Form B" cleanliness standards. High School diploma or GED is required. One to three years of prior shipping and receiving experience. Prior exposure to bill of lading, packing list, and other shipping transaction paperwork. Prior exposure to box making and or box assembly. Previous experience packaging and handling fragile products. Forklift operator's license required. Minimum composite score of 240 on the Wonderlic Basic Math Skill Test is required.
To express interest in anything not listed, email resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org (no inquiries please).
The Gill Corporation-Maryland offers careers in manufacturing, research and development, sales/marketing and administration. Our historical stability, integrity, the informal climate of our privately owned company, competitive employment benefits and long term growth make us an employer of choice for people who seek careers in composites manufacturing primarily related to aerospace.
Basic Life/AD&D and supplemental Life AD&D
Short Term Disability
Voluntary Long Term Disability
Employee Assistance Program
Healthcare and/or Dependent Care Reimbursement Accounts
Paid vacation and holidays