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WARRIORWELDING

Owner opperator Of WarriorWelding LLC.
Joined
Jan 6, 2008
Location
Chillin, Hwy 64 Mocksville NC
No. Carotek.

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we had a group do a presentation from down that way .....they do pharmaceutical work
 

dcgallim

Member
Joined
Feb 29, 2016
Location
Thomasville
We are a waste hauler located in the High Point area. To qualify you need to have at least a Class B CDL with valid medical card.


Roll off experience is a plus but not required as we will train anyone with the right attitude.


We work M-F 6am to 4-5pm depending on work load. We occasionally have evening and Saturday work but it's rare.


Our full time drivers work an average of 45-50 hours per week.


For part time we would be looking for someone who can work 2-3 days per week or 3-4 half days per week. We have 1 fireman that drives part time for us and that works out well for him and us.


Pay based on experience and skill with raises based on performance but most people start training at $14.50 per hour.


We do not currently offer benefits such as medical or 401k but we have Aflac and another equivalent with TeleDoc service.
 

THE guyrock

Gentle Giant
Joined
Jun 26, 2012
Location
Greenville
Looking for technical maintenance people for 2nd and possibly 3rd shift. Pay starts at 24+, large company that supports Michelin in the Piedmont SC area.

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ghost

Well-Known Member
Joined
May 25, 2006
Location
Hartsville/Camden,SC
We are a small family owned trucking company looking for an over the road driver or owner operator to lease on and pull our freight on a dedicated run. I have 2 lanes I run. Savannah, GA - Graniteville, SC - Jacksonville, FL and Savannah, Ga - Graniteville, SC - Wilson, NC - Jacksonville, FL. You can call my office for details. Glenn 843-383-0087
 

ghost

Well-Known Member
Joined
May 25, 2006
Location
Hartsville/Camden,SC
If any of you know someone in the Wilson, NC area that is an OTR driver 2 years OTR experience and a TWIC card that wants to work have them call me:

We are a small family owned trucking company looking for an over the road driver we are still looking. Savannah, Ga - Graniteville, SC - Wilson, NC - Jacksonville, FL. You can call my office for details. Glenn 843-383-0087
 

BIGWOODY

Well-Known Member
Joined
Mar 21, 2005
Location
Thomasville
Need a someone to train on Mercedes Benz repair. We are an established shop in business for 30 years. Our hours are Mon-Thurs 8-5 and Friday 8-12. I need someone who will show up on time, everyday and put in a full days work. You need basic mechanical skills but I don't expect a master mechanic. If you had your own tools that would be a plus, if not you can work out of our boxes until you get your own.You will need a drivers license and your driving record can't look like a train wreck or my insurance will not cover you. Pay will be considered on experience, starting pay with basic skills will be in the $12-$15HR range. If you have attitude, drug, alcohol problems please don't apply, we are a drama free work place and intend on keeping it that way. Shot me a pm if you have interest and we'll talk. Feel free to research our shop , it's in Greensboro ...European Accents.
 

UTfball68

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 18, 2008
Location
Granite Quarry
There's still a couple spots available for design and project engineers. Aerospace experience not required, but it will give you a distinct advantage if you have it.

Are you at Oak Plaza??? I was in the SAO/repair/edl group in Winston working with Baske, Armstrong, Cromie, Fotia and Lieberherr. You might actually know my old man too, he was the SAO plant manager for the last 10 years or so and just went to Triumph Aero in Feb/March. I remember when I'd head to your plant, I was always pretty impressed with your 5s, Kaizen events, and I think it was the first time I saw LED TAKT boards too.
 
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Andy J.

wheels for beer
Joined
Nov 5, 2005
Location
Winston
Are you at Oak Plaza??? I was in the SAO/repair/edl group in Winston working with Baske, Armstrong, Cromie, Fotia and Lieberherr. You might actually know my old man too, he was the SAO plant manager for the last 10 years or so and just went to Triumph Aero in Feb/March. I remember when I'd head to your plant, I was always pretty impressed with your 5s, Kaizen events, and I think it was the first time I saw LED TAKT boards too.

I'm back and forth between Oak Plaza and Fairchild, but my office is in the Admin building at Fairchild. I haven't really done any work on the SAO side, although I know a few of the people you mentioned. I do spend some time at EDL - love the new building, but miss the old sled.
 

UTfball68

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 18, 2008
Location
Granite Quarry
but miss the old sled.

First thing I did any time I gave a tour, make sure the sled was running. That sled taught me not to crash on any airplane if you're over 6' tall...haha.

SFC, swanky...didn't realize Winston was doing much of that. Part of the reorg I assume.
 

Andy J.

wheels for beer
Joined
Nov 5, 2005
Location
Winston
First thing I did any time I gave a tour, make sure the sled was running. That sled taught me not to crash on any airplane if you're over 6' tall...haha.

SFC, swanky...didn't realize Winston was doing much of that. Part of the reorg I assume.

When I fly, I find myself sizing up all the people in my general vicinity to calculate the likelihood of surviving a crash. Maybe I should start a thread: Ask an airplane seat engineer anything. Haha

Yep, part of the reorg was integrating the SFC group into The Matrix.
 
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t4rghost

Well-Known Member
Joined
Aug 28, 2015
Location
High Point
I just saw your post 5 months later :rolleyes:. I'm an EPL in SFC group.

Lol I thought you just ignored my post. I also think you and a buddy picked up a propane kit from me back in January for some guy on here in Raleigh. Next time you're at Oak Plaza you should stop by. I'm on the 2nd floor in the NE corner in Muto's group.
 

Andy J.

wheels for beer
Joined
Nov 5, 2005
Location
Winston
Lol I thought you just ignored my post. I also think you and a buddy picked up a propane kit from me back in January for some guy on here in Raleigh. Next time you're at Oak Plaza you should stop by. I'm on the 2nd floor in the NE corner in Muto's group.

Will do!

Sorry for the thread hijack...
 

RatLabGuy

You look like a monkey and smell like one too
Joined
May 18, 2005
Location
Churchville, MD
I know this is a long shot, but might as well post up.

My group at the US Army Research Lab has positions open doing basic research work in the fields of biomedical engineering, neuroscience, and materials science, particularly in the areas of signal processing, instrument fabrication, and design & using new polymer materials, and well as neuroscience experimentation. Most work centers around EEG & other non-invasive electrophysiology.
Everything from BS to PhD+ level work.
We basically do crazy sci-fi stuff that may or may no actually pan out.
Super awesome place to work, and excellent opportunity to be involved in science that helps Soldier.
In Aberdeen, MD area, NE of Baltimore.
 

obullfish

Carolina Trail Blazers
Joined
Nov 21, 2011
Location
Candler N.C.
I know this is a long shot, but might as well post up.

My group at the US Army Research Lab has positions open doing basic research work in the fields of biomedical engineering, neuroscience, and materials science, particularly in the areas of signal processing, instrument fabrication, and design & using new polymer materials, and well as neuroscience experimentation. Most work centers around EEG & other non-invasive electrophysiology.
Everything from BS to PhD+ level work.
We basically do crazy sci-fi stuff that may or may no actually pan out.
Super awesome place to work, and excellent opportunity to be involved in science that helps Soldier.
In Aberdeen, MD area, NE of Baltimore.
I’d be all over that if I was smarter and wasn’t 500 miles from home.
 

mysterync

Well-Known Member
Joined
Feb 22, 2008
Location
boone nc
If you are dedicated to being the very best you can be, committed to keeping yourself a leader in this industry, self-motivated and a team player who can hold up our tradition of repairing the vehicle right the first time, an outstanding opportunity awaits you. You'll Enjoy • A five-day work week allowing you more time to spend with your family • An amazing compensation package that includes performance bonuses allowing you to earn upwards of $70,000.00 annually • $50,000.00 Tool insurance • Ongoing training to keep your skills top notch • One week paid vacation after one year of employment • Seven personal days after one year of employment • Paid Uniforms • Free I-ATN Membership • ASE Certification Assistance • Less Stress L&N Performance Auto Repair is a full-service facility servicing most makes and models of cars and light/medium duty trucks. With our uncompromising standards for quality, honesty, and value, we are in need of an Automotive Technician with at least 5 years of experience in diagnostic and general repairs as well as a valid NC DOT safety and emission inspection license. ASE certification is a definite plus, but not a requirement for hire. If you’re looking for a place to call home that appreciates you and your skills, look no further. This position will fill quickly, please call 828-266-9077 Ext 101 and ask for Lucas to set up your confidential interview today.

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RatLabGuy

You look like a monkey and smell like one too
Joined
May 18, 2005
Location
Churchville, MD
I know this is a long shot, but might as well post up.

My group at the US Army Research Lab has positions open doing basic research work in the fields of biomedical engineering, neuroscience, and materials science, particularly in the areas of signal processing, instrument fabrication, and design & using new polymer materials, and well as neuroscience experimentation. Most work centers around EEG & other non-invasive electrophysiology.
Everything from BS to PhD+ level work.
We basically do crazy sci-fi stuff that may or may no actually pan out.
Super awesome place to work, and excellent opportunity to be involved in science that helps Soldier.
In Aberdeen, MD area, NE of Baltimore.
A follow up to this - a little more specific - in the not too distant future, there will be an opening for one of our contracted engineering services partners for an entry-to-mid level position centered around device control and integration... basically using a motion platform to test the performance of a lot of different crazy devices. Great work for an ME or EE that wants into a research engineering field.

I’d be all over that if I was smarter and wasn’t 500 miles from home.
Sorry, I can't help with the 500 miles from home part, but you could see it as a chance to help me (and one of my primary coworkers, who'd from NC & VA) spread the Southern charm. I bring real NC BBQ up here all the time.
And you don't have to be that smart... just willing to learn.
 

WARRIORWELDING

Owner opperator Of WarriorWelding LLC.
Joined
Jan 6, 2008
Location
Chillin, Hwy 64 Mocksville NC
Looking for basic labor work or job that will train. Statesville, Hickory, Mocksville area. General labor, cleaning........low skill. Transportation available by potential laborer/employee.

The Skinny.....young persons out of high school no specific skill.

One female great with animals. 22yrs old

Second same age range male, some previous service history in military.


Thanks folks.
 

RatLabGuy

You look like a monkey and smell like one too
Joined
May 18, 2005
Location
Churchville, MD
I know this is a long shot, but might as well post up.

My group at the US Army Research Lab has positions open doing basic research work in the fields of biomedical engineering, neuroscience, and materials science, particularly in the areas of signal processing, instrument fabrication, and design & using new polymer materials, and well as neuroscience experimentation. Most work centers around EEG & other non-invasive electrophysiology.
Everything from BS to PhD+ level work.
We basically do crazy sci-fi stuff that may or may no actually pan out.
Super awesome place to work, and excellent opportunity to be involved in science that helps Soldier.
In Aberdeen, MD area, NE of Baltimore.
It's official, we have opening(s) for engineers, preferably BMEs. Learn how to do cool crazy shit and be part of far reaching science.

FYI we also have student internship positions and short-term research fellowships.
 
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