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Position Wanted: Minimum charge for 30 words or less: $30.00. Additional words 70¢ each. All other ads: Minimum charge 30 words or less $50.00. Additional words: 70¢ each. Box number, care of MODERN CASTING, counts as 10 words. Display Classifi ed rates and color rates on request. FORMS CLOSE 10th


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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. moderncasting.com. 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).


HELP WANTED


HELP WANTED


FOUNDRY MANAGER—M&H Valve Company, a Division of McWane located in Anniston, AL, has an immediate opening for a Foundry Manager. This position will be fully responsible for all manufacturing aspects of an electric melt gray and ductile iron green sand foundry to include cost, quality, inventory and on-time delivery. Position will report to the Plant Man- ager. Candidate should have 5-7 years of green sand experience with vertically parted molding preferred, but not required. Individual must have strong leadership skills, attention to detail focusing on and documenting processes and controls and capable of handling multiple proj- ects at one time. Relentless drive for continuous improvement a must. BS or BA in manufacturing or business preferred. This position includes a competitive compensation and comprehensive benefit package including a 401k plan. If inter- ested, submit a cover letter and resume to: pam.greene@mh-valve.com. E/O/E, M/F/V/H.


FOUNDRY GENERAL MANAGER—Aluminum and Brass foundry in SW USA . Extensive experience in green sand and no-bake molding, both gas and electric furnace background and overall foundry operational experience required. Apply: creed@abbottworkholding.com


Wear-Tek Inc., Spokane, WA-Steel Foundry-Seeks Full Time Industrial Engineer for Management Posi- tion to spearhead Quality Assurance and Machine Shop operations. To apply send resume to: Travis Lamberte tlamberte@wear-tek.com


PATTERN MAKER—Small aluminum sand casting foundry located in the heart of the scenic Ouachita Mountains. Seeking an experienced self-motivator that is knowledgeable about all types of patterns, coreboxes, and modern materials. Salary based on experience and knowledge of profession. Relocation assistance may be possible. Abundant hunting and fi shing as well as low crime and minimal traffi c are trademarks of the area. Please email resume with salary history to: jobs@brodix.com or mail to: Greg Brotherton, Brodix Cylinder Heads, PO Box 1347, Mena, AR 71953, Ph: 479-394-1075, Fax: 479-394-1996, www.brodix.com


SALES REPRESENTATIVE


www.afsinc.org The site for all the details on AFS Services,


events, conferences and much more! CHECK OUT MODERN CASTING’S WEBSITE www.moderncasting.com


Sales Representative needed for Induction Coil Repair Facility, to cover Texas area. The ideal candidate will have good technical and working knowledge in the Induction Heating and Melting Industry. 8-10 Years preferred and excellent communication skills. Great growth potential for self-motivated individual.


E-mail resume to: sales@lonestarinduction.com December 2012 MODERN CASTING | 49


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