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CLASSIFIEDS Visit the MODERN CASTING’s Classifieds at www.moderncasting.com/info


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 Classified rates and color rates on request. FORMS CLOSE 10th


of month preceding date of issue.


Additionally, MODERN CASTING features an online Job Board for help wanted ads. Separate from the typical Classifieds, 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 qualified candidates for $70 each ($35 for members).


HELP WANTED


MANUFACTURES REPRESENTATION WANTED— Lee Brass, located in Anniston, AL, has open capacity for medium and high volume brass and bronze sand castings. Our modern green sand foundry features vertical DISA and horizontal Sinto molding. Lee Brass also has extensive machining abilities, final assembly/warehousing services, full engineering, pattern and FAI capabilities. Contact: robert.smith@leebrass.com or 256-831-2501.


MAINTENANCE MANAGER—Metal Castings, a division of Electro-Mechanical Corporation located in Bristol, Virginia, has an immediate opening for Maintenance Manager. Candi- date must possess knowledge in all facets of maintenance, mechanical, electrical, including PLC’s, pneumatics and hydraulics. Minimum 10 years Maintenance Management is desired. Knowledge of gas fired equipment and an As- sociates’ Degree in Automated Machine Tech- nology would also be a plus. Metal Castings offers an excellent benefit package. Qualified applicants should send resume with salary history and references to: Human Resource Manager, Metal Castings, 15331 Industrial Park Road, Bristol, VA 24202 or E-mail to: shuggins@electro-mechanical.com


PATTERN MAKER—Located in the southern suburbs of Minneapolis, Minnesota, a tech. savvy pattern shop seeks an experienced pattern maker knowledgeable and capable of tradition/conventional techniques that is also familiar with modern CAD/CAM methods. Our shop is easily accessible from major highways and in close proximity to Minnesota’s fine fishing, hunting, and golfing. Relocation assistance may be available to qualified candidate. Hourly pay based upon experience and level of knowledge. The op- tion of a working lead pattern maker position may be available to qualified and interested candidate. Please email resume to: al@entpat.com


SALES REP WANTED! TOSHIBA MACHINE CO., AMERICA—Die Casting is currently looking for a Sales Representative to handle our ever growing territory. Toshiba Machine has been manufactur- ing die casting machines since 1953. With over 13,000 installed around the world and more than 500 in North America. Our machines range in size from 150-4500 US Tons. Please send your resume to: DC-Sales@toshiba-machine.com


CHECK OUT MODERN CASTING’S WEBSITE www.moderncasting.com


HELP WANTED


INDUCTION COIL TECHNICIAN—Seeking a floor supervisor for 5 to 10 people with a minimum of 10 years of experience in rebuilding induction heating and melting coils. Must be "hands on" self-motivated, organized and reliable. Contact: Box 2376, c/o MODERN CASTING, 1695 N Penny Ln., Schaumburg, IL 60173-4555.


FOUNDRY FOREMAN—Experience with casting iron and steel. Opportunity to join first commercial cokeless foundry in the US. Submit resume to: info@splitvane.com or SPLITVANE FOUNDRY, P.O.Box 117, Sumas, WA 98295.


ACTech, a rapid prototyping company in Ann Arbor, MI is seeking a Sales Engineer. Highly competitive salary/commission, auto, 401K, generous vacation, medical/life insurance reimbursement. E-mail resume to: krr@rapidcastings.com Website: www.rapidcastings.com


CHECK OUT MODERN CASTING’S WEBSITE www.moderncasting.com


Interested in Shaping Minds? Become an Instructor for AFS and the Institute.


Have technical expertise in the field of metalcasting? Want to share that knowl- edge to help others become more effective in their jobs? Teaching an Institute course may be for you. Te Institute is currently accepting applications for instructors in all areas of metalcasting. Candidates should:


• Have teaching and/or coaching experience


• Possess 5 years of hands-on experi- ence in the metalcasting industry


Careers in Metalcasting? We Have Them!


MODERN CASTING has launched a new, interactive online Job Board where job seekers can post resumes and browse thousands of metalcasting-related jobs and employers can post their jobs and browse resumes.


Visit www.moderncasting.com and look for our new Career Development.


We’ve also updated our online Classifieds section, which features equipment and professional services listings. Online help wanted ads can be posted separately at the Metalcasting Job Board.


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• Be willing to teach at least twice per year and travel


• Wish to participate in a train-the- trainer program, and a yearly evaluation and improvement process V


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For more information contact: Jennifer Head at jhead@afsinc.org


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