Designer/ CAD Detailer, Industrial Sales / Customer Service and Internships
Industrial Air Technology Corp. is currently seeking highly motivated individuals for career opportunities in the following areas:
– Designer/ CAD Detailer
Ideal candidates should have a minimum of two years’ experience working with 3-D CAD software in metal manufacturing or machine design. Preference will be given to applicants with an Associate’s Degree in a technical field of study. Individuals must be detail oriented and have strong organizational and communication skills, both written and verbal. Individuals must be able to work independently and stay current with the evolving standards and work in the industry.
– Industrial Sales and Customer Service
Candidates should have strong organizational and communication skills, for opportunities in Industrial Sales and Customer Service. On-the-job training for individuals with a basic mechanical skill set, with preference given to those with prior sales or customer service experience.
Successful candidates must be self-starting, highly motivated individuals who have an interest working in an industrial manufacturing atmosphere. Preference will be given to candidates with welding, assembly and/or fabrication experience. Tasks and responsibilities may include:
• Powder Coating
• Painting (wet spray)
• General Labor
Internships provide on-the-job learning experience where individuals learn the ropes of a career-field while working. While you can intern in any season, many students are too busy to take on another commitment during the school year. Typically, employers start looking for interns as early as October of the previous year, and summer internship positions begin to fill up in March. As an intern, you’ll learn the ins and outs of the company and industry, develop new skills, and make new connections. You’ll also get training, feedback, and hands-on work experience. Both paid and unpaid internships in a variety of disciplines are available. Once you’ve completed your first internship, you’ll be well-positioned to potentially secure future internships, be offered projects, or be offered further employment. Benefits to having an internship include:
•Actual work experience
•Applications of knowledge
•Networking with professionals
•Exposure to multiple departments and tasks not likely to be encountered in a formal education environment
•Mentors to help guide career choices
•Learning first hand if the career is right for you while getting paid vs what happens in college where you get to pay to learn if the career is right for you.
•Increased professional confidence
•Proven contributors may be offered further employment
In addition to competitive pay, proven contributors also enjoy a discretionary bonus program, health insurance, a 401(k) program with employer matching contribution, short-term sickness and accident insurance, tuition reimbursement, paid time off and holidays.