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IT Manager Summary


The Information Technology Manager oversees enterprise systems man- agement and application development for the company, which includes: specifying, procurement, configuration, security, resource monitoring and reporting, and the development of specialized programs. Enterprise systems include all server, desktop, and mobile operating systems and software/hardware, wireless and wired telecommunications, and their related systems.


Essential Duties And Responsibilities include the following. • Directs the daily activities of the IT department.


• Provides senior technical leadership to IT and the enterprise, and determines how to best leverage current and emerging technology to benefit the company.


• Works closely with all departments to coordinate/direct plans and activities for enterprise systems and application development.


• Sets and measures IT service levels


• Identifies areas where existing systems require change, or new systems could be developed/purchased to benefit the company as they relate to efficiency, productivity, or profitability.


• Creates and maintains written status of all IT projects recommends and reviews prioritization of projects with the President, and shares project status with manag- ers through regularly scheduled meetings.


• Sets goals and objectives for department and subordinates. • Participates in formulating and administering company policies. • Plans and directs other projects assigned by the President.


Qualifications


To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The competencies listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.


General


• Excellent communication skills, written and verbal, and the ability to com- municate with and train non-technical staff members.


• Detail oriented individual capable of seeing tasks/projects through from start to finish.


• Capable of managing time while working on multiple simultaneous tasks/ projects with sometimes conflicting priorities and limited supervision.


• Ability to quickly acquire and master new and complex technical skills


• This position will have a high degree of visibility as a technical point of contact for special internal and external customers. Specifically, this per- son will respond to technical inquiries regarding the before mentioned IT infrastructure. This person may periodically be required to work irregular hours covering evenings or weekends.


Technical • Current MCSE qualification or equivalent experience


• Experience with Microsoft Windows XP and above, Server 2008 and above, Exchange 2007 and above, SQL 2005 and above


• Experience with Active Directory, DNS, TCP/IP, etc. • Experience with network security devices/software: Firewalls, IDS, Anti-virus, etc. • Experience with RedHat Enterprise Linux or other Linux variants • Experience troubleshooting server and pc hardware • Experience with telephone system administration


REPS WANTED


MANUFACTURERS REPRESENTATION—Castalloy, Inc. is a manufacturer of steel components with In- vestment Casting as the base casting process. Uti- lizing Lean Manufacturing Principles, we have reduced lead time and added capacity for new opportu- nities. We are seeking representation to help us fill the added capacity on account basis in most territories: Contact: Rudy Koishor @ 216-961-7990 ext. 241 or rkoishor@castalloy.com


REPS AVAILABLE


Needed, on an ACCOUNT Basis, an Aluminum Die Caster and an Aluminum Extruder for LED Light Applications. Contact: Bill Northrop, Northrop Sales, Inc., Ph: 904-285-4940 or E-mail: wmnorthrop@earthlink.net


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Education, Experience, Other Skills


• Bachelor's degree in Computer Science (preferred) plus five years related experience and/or training.


Work Environment


The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles, and toxic or caustic chemicals. The noise level in the work environment varies from relatively quiet office environments to manufacturing areas that require hearing protection.


Physical Demands


The physical demands are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reason- able accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.


The employee regularly is required to: stand; sit; bend; see; hear; handle, feel, and control items or equipment; and to lift and move objects weighing up to 50 pounds.


Machinist Engineer


Position available for a candidate with a strong machining background and interest in hands-on-work in a job shop manufacturing environment. This individual will spend an estimated 20% of his/her time programming and settling up 3 and 4-axis milling machines, vertical lathes, and


slant-bed lathes (most with Fanuc and Mazatrol controllers). 50% of his/her time will be utilized for 3-D designing of fixtures, tooling and manufacturing aids. The remaining time will be spent collaborating with outside vendors such as machine shops and tooling/material suppliers


on engineering projects and serving in a process engineer role within the foundry. At least 5 years machining experience required and ability to read/ interpret 2-D drawings a must.


Foundry Process Engineer


Strong aluminum foundry is seeking a skilled aluminum foundry engineer (nonferrous experience a must, aluminum experience preferred). We prefer 5-10 years or more previous work experience in a job shop environment. This individual will be responsible for program management and process engineering (from tooling start to casting production and/or machining), gating/riser design input, and will also have the opportunity to assist with manufacturing process improvements and 5S/Kaizan efforts. We are currently serving the aerospace, automotive, commercial , and defense industries. This is a great position with excellent long-term potential for a serious, qualified individual.


CONTACT:


Annette Johnson, HR Manager Denison Industries 903-786-6508 Work ■ 903-786-6573 FAX ajohnson@denisonindustries.com


FOUNDRY WANTED


FOUNDRY WANTED—Nelson Aluminum Foundry & Sons, Inc., a green sand aluminum foundry is looking to purchase small to medium size alumi- num foundries. Contact: Russ @ 440-543-1941 or nelsonfoundry@windstream.net


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