Maize, Kansas

Company Information

Worthington Industries operates under a long-standing corporate philosophy rooted in the Golden Rule, with earning money for its shareholders as the first corporate goal. As a market leader in metals manufacturing for nearly 60 years, we put people first, whether they’re our employees, shareholders, customers or suppliers. We’re looking for individuals who share our people-first philosophy and can help us continually innovate and grow through their insights, leadership and unique talents.

Worthington Industries (NYSE: WOR) is a global metals manufacturer serving growing end markets including automotive, construction, energy, agriculture, alternative fuel and many other markets. Our family of 10,000 employees in over 80 facilities throughout 10 countries has helped us earn the respect of our customers, our communities and our industry. With sales of approximately $ 3 billion annually, our company has been recognized by FORTUNE magazine as a “Most Admired Company” and four times as a “100 Best Companies to Work For.”

Summary

The MVH Davenport Chucker Operator sets up, maintains, and operates multiple Automatic Chucker Machines/Rotary Transfer machine (Kingsbury)

Responsibilities

  • Operates multiple Automatic Chucker Machines
  • Performs own tool maintenance to maintain efficient production and specified quality standards
  • Loads parts into feeder system
  • Maintains tooling as well as other associated tools
  • Makes machine adjustments such as clutch and belts
  • Adjusts tool holders and attachments as required
  • Changes oil and removes all chips
  • Keeps machines and work area clean and orderly
  • Maintains parts washing equipment
  • Reports material shortages
  • Troubleshoots tooling and machine problems, offers solutions
  • Observes all safety rules
  • Supports team objectives
  • Maintains a clean, safe work area
  • Is actively engaged in all safety probrams
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Desired Experience

  • Capable of performing all operations on assigned automatic Chucker machines with minimal instructions or supervision
  • Supports Team objectives
  • Strong mechanical aptitude
  • Able to work in team based environment
  • Forklift qualified
  • Must have strong understanding of mechanical components and how they work
  • 2-4 years machine experience
  • Must be able to train on 1st shift, with flexibility to work off shifts after training is complete

Education/training required

High School Diploma or equivalent

 

Company Information

We are dedicated to the belief that people are our most important asset. In filling job openings every effort is expended to find candidates within Worthington, its divisions or subsidiaries. Employee development, opportunity to grow and continuing to evolve both as an employee and as a company are instrumental to our success. We encourage employees to inquire about open positions and apply to those that help further their career goals.  

Worthington Industries Inc., and its subsidiaries, is an equal employment opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered regardless of race, color, religion, age, national origin, sex, disability or veteran’s status.

 

 

Maize, Kansas

We’re proud of our humble beginnings and continued success.

In 1955, a young steel salesman named John McConnell saw an opportunity for custom-processed steel—and he dove right in. He purchased his first load of steel by borrowing $600 against his 1952 Oldsmobile, and then used that money to start Worthington Industries in Columbus, Ohio.

In his first year of business, McConnell grossed $342,000; his profit was $11,000. Throughout the late 1950s and 1960s, he continued to add processing facilities. In 1966, he started sharing his profits with the people he worked with. At the same time, all production workers were put on a salary rather than an hourly schedule. In 1968, Worthington Industries made its first public stock offering of 150,000 shares at $7.50 per share.

In 1976, after only 21 years in business, we celebrated $100 million in sales. Throughout the 1980s, business continued to expand rapidly.

In 1996, John McConnell’s son, also named John, took over as chairman and CEO. He had worked for the company more than 20 years; he started as a general laborer and later advanced to sales, operations and personnel.

During the 1990s, many of our non-core businesses were sold so we could focus on our core strengths: steel processing and metals-related businesses. In 2000, we moved to the New York Stock Exchange.

We continue to lead the diversified metal manufacturing industry with a focus on the Golden Rule, valued employees, stability and innovation.

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