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Additionally, MODERN CASTING features an online Job Board for help wanted ads. Separate from the typical Classifi eds, the Metalcasting Job Board is an interactive network of job seekers and employers, geared toward the metalcasting industry. Online Help Wanted Ads must be posted through the Metalcasting Job Board at www. 30-day job postings are $125 for members of the American Foundry Society and $250 for nonmembers. You can also purchase resumes of qualifi ed candidates for $70 each ($35 for members).



Jensen International, Inc. has an immediate opening for a Methods & Standards manager (manufactur- ing cost accountant) for its iron casting and ma- chining operations. The ideal candidate must have a Bachelor’s Degree in accounting or fi nance, have at least three years experience in a manufacturing environment, and possess profi ciency in standard costing. Since Jensen’s compensates its produc- tion employees through an incentive system, skills must include knowledge about time studies on the production fl oor. Also, only self-motivated individu- als who can work without supervision, are detail oriented, and have the ability to work with a team in a strategic planning capacity would be considered for this position. Essential duties would include, but not limited to, creation and upkeep of standards for pricing and the incentive system; updating standard material, labor, variable overhead, and fi xed costs for setup and run for all shops; and to monitor the accuracy of these systems by examining variances to actual costs. Interested candidates may email your resume’ to: or fax to: 918-255-6327. Equal Opportunity Employer.

Pyrotek Inc. is seeking an experienced ALUMINUM FOUNDRY SALES ENGINEER to grow our business in the Carolinas and Tennessee. Position is based in the Southeastern US (SC, NC, or TN), there is no relocation assistance. You will be asked to build upon a strong foundation of existing business through your selling, relationship development and problem solving skills. We are seeking a self-motivated individual with a track record of success in industrial or foundry sales with a strong entrepreneurial skill set and a high degree of integrity. Only candidates with signifi cant experi- ence in nonferrous metal casting will be considered. Demonstrated success in business development is a must, and a college degree is preferred. Competitive compensation and benefi ts package. Submit resume with salary history to: HRColumbiaCity@pyrotek-inc. com or Pyrotek Inc., ATTN: HR, 4447 East Park 30 Drive, Columbia City, IN 46725.

QUOTING ENGINEER Ward Corporation, is an established aluminum foundry in Northeast Indiana, specializing in sand and permanent mold castings, heat treating and machining. We are currently seeking a qualifi ed Quoting Engineer. Qualifi cations: Experience in foundry engineering, basic tooling design and process engineering. Must have thorough understand- ing of blueprints and geometric tolerancing. Capable of processing casting quotation from blueprints or CAD fi les, basic knowledge of CNC machining. Ability to work in a team en- vironment, communicate with customers, and supply pertinent information including casting design, pattern description (tooling), weights and quality requirements. Excellent computer skills required. Ward offers a competitive salary, group health and life insurance, paid holidays and vacations, and 401K retirement plan. Send resume to Ward Corporation, 642 Growth Ave., Fort Wayne, IN 46808. Fax: 260.420.1919 or E-mail: or Website:

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