Residential Maintenance Tech

  • Location: Cincinnati, OH
  • Type: U-Hire
  • Job #551

Title: Maintenance Technician (Residential)

Pay: $20-25/hr DOE

Schedule:  M-F 7:30am – 3:30pm

Location:  Various locations throughout Hamilton County

 

CraftForce is looking for a loyal, trustworthy, and motivated professional with a diverse maintenance background to join our client’s team servicing people in need in the Hamilton County area. This opportunity will be great for anyone with maintenance or service background in residential or commercial settings. $1000 sign-on bonus, Monday to Friday schedule, company vehicle, gas car, paid vacation, 401K, etc. What else could you ask for?! Accepting applicants now! Be one of the first to apply.

BENEFITS:

  • Company vehicle w/ gas card for travel to and from home and job sites. Huge benefit with the current prices of fuel!
  • $1000 sign on bonus!
  • 11 paid holidays plus 2 weeks vacation!!! (90 days after date*, can carry 80 hrs rollover each year, anything over 40 can be paid out)

  • Company van, tools, and gas card 

  • medical, dental, vision, HSA (up to $500/yr contribute by company)

  • 401k (your max of 5% gets a 4% match from company)

  • basic life insurance paid by company with optional additional volunteer life insurance 

  • bonus up to $1000 paid end of the year for work orders 

  • On call only every 5th week (additional $200 that week)

  • benefits start on the 1st of the month 30 days after hire date

 

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

To provide maintenance/repair/upkeep for the client’s housing stock as well as contracted modifications to homes outside of the network.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Maintain, repair and provide upkeep for assigned homes.  This includes, but is not limited to maintenance of buildings, grounds, vehicles and equipment.

  • Schedule and/or perform preventative maintenance work in all areas of responsibility to maintain the quality and value of the property.

  • Perform general repair of household appliances.

  • Perform carpentry and electrical repairs as needed.

  • Perform painting and/or drywall maintenance/repair as needed.

  • Maintain the “curb appeal” of each home by cutting grass, trimming trees and shrubs, maintaining decks and/or porches and other basic grounds maintenance activities.

  • Coordinate and perform snow and ice removal in the winter with the Maintenance Director.

  • Driving agency vehicles to the various properties that our client maintains.

  • Notify the Maintenance Director of needs involving major repair, maintenance, or replacement

  • Attend scheduled meetings.

  • Perform work duties in accordance with company safety and security policies and procedures as well as in accordance with OSHA and Blood Borne Pathogen regulations.

  • Protect company’s assets by responsibly maintaining homes, vehicles and equipment and keeping vehicles and equipment in good & clean condition.

  • Be available to work a flexible schedule during 1st shift hours (Monday thru Friday) to help meet contracted deadlines.

  • Provide on call coverage as needed.

  • Support our clients efforts to enhance quality of life for persons with disabilities and their families.

  • Follow all policies as detailed in the clients agency manual

QUALIFICATIONS AND REQUIREMENTS:

  • Background checks (FBI & BCI; fingerprinting etc) 

  • Offer is contingent upon background check/Drug Screen

  • High School Diploma or GED

  • Knowledge of methods, materials, equipment and safety rules related to maintenance/repairs

  • Ability to organize work and to solve maintenance problems in an efficient and timely manner

  • Ability to lift 50 pounds continuously and the dexterity sufficient to perform the manual tasks involved

  • Willingness to learn new skills

  • Ability to work with others to plan, coordinate and/or complete tasks

  • Must have the ability to work with minimal supervision

  • Must have a valid driver’s license with less than 6 points on the driving record

  • HVAC Certification (or actively seeking certification), preferred

CraftForce and our client are Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employers and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status or disability (in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act) with respect to employment opportunities.

 

Maintenance Field Tech II -Residential

  • Location: Columbus, OH
  • Type: U-Hire
  • Job #550

Residential Maintenance Field Technician II

Pay: $19.50-$27.30 BOE
Hours: Full time M-F 7:30am-4:00pm
Location: Columbus, OH 

CraftForce is looking to fill a rewarding role with one of our trusted clients. We are currently looking for maintenance professionals who possess a pleasing personality to match their handy man skills.  Save gas money with a company provided vehicle and gas card to use from home to work.

BENEFITS

  • Company vehicle and gas card for all transportation to/from work to home
  •  Ten (10) PTO days, prorated 1st year and accrued annually.
  • Four (4) hours Self Care Time each quarter.
  • Three (3) days Sick Time each year, eligible for buyback if not used.
  • 11 1/2 days paid holidays 
  • 403(B) retirement plan with opportunity for company-wide performance-based contributions up to 5% of employee’s salary.
  • Company provided uniforms including winter (Carhartt) jackets and boots. 
  • Earn $30/day, $210 week while on On-call (currently once a month) regardless of any calls taken. Paid 1.5x for all calls from time you leave the house to time you arrive back home.

 Essential Job Functions

  • Schedule work orders, travel, and supply runs in the most efficient/effective manner possible.
  •  Complete all work to meet Construction Standards.
  • Perform general concrete/masonry duties including but not limited to excavating and grading earth, demolish existing concrete, form and place and finish flush and elevated interior and exterior concrete.

Carpentry

  • Perform rough and finish carpentry duties including, but not limited to: conventional wood framing, installation of doors and windows, installation of siding, fascia and soffits (vinyl, wood and/or composite), and installation of casework and interior trim.

Plumbing

  •  Perform plumbing duties including but not limited to: repairing and/or replacing hot water tanks, replacing shower diverters and sweating copper and fixtures. Operating and maintaining company main drain power snake for clearing the drain from the stack to the main sewer. Make emergency repairs to supply drain and waste vent pipe.

Electrical

  • Perform minor electrical repairs. Including but not limited to: changing light fixtures, changing three way light switches, replacing outlets and relocating new 220 lines. Modify both line and low voltage.

 Perform other duties including, but not limited to: installation of insulation and drywall, and installation of hardware and specialty items.

  • Prioritize and perform tasks independently with minor direction
  • Must be punctual, reliable, groomed, organized, and a self-starter.

 Credentials and Experience
1. Prior experience with special needs individuals preferred.
2. Must have prior experience in residential or facilities maintenance or construction.

Physical Requirements

The employee is frequently required to reach with hands and arms. The employee is required to stand, crouch and kneel; walk or crawl; lift; bend; push or pull; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools or controls; climb or balance; and smell.
Job functions require manual dexterity sufficient to use hand tools, power tools. 
Employee must be capable of lifting up to 30 pounds occasionally. Employee must be capable of lifting 50 pounds on a limited basis. Employee may, on a limited basis lift and/or move up to 75 pounds using assist equipment such as a dolly, moving straps and lift gate.

This job does not require repetitive or production rate work. Work sites are scattered sites and time is spent traveling between sites, setting up for and breaking down from site-specific tasks. Average anticipated time per site is less than one hour.

Other Requirements:
HS Diploma or equivalent 
Pass criminal background check (FBI & BCI) – must supply fingerprints
Drug Testing
Driver's license with less than 6 points

This Company is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status or disability (in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act) with respect to employment opportunities.

Railcar Mechanic

  • Location: Cincinnati, OH
  • Type: U-Hire
  • Job #548

Railcar Mechanic-Maintenance – Welder -laborer- Needed Immediately

Covington, Ky 

Shift: 6:00 AM to 4:30 PM M-F + OT Sat

Pay: $20.00 P/H 
Bonus:
  -$1000 at 90 days Service
  -$1000 at 180 days Service
  -$1000 at 1 yr Service

Our team is looking for motivated workers with mechanical experience for our Direct Hire Opportunity. The RailCar Mechanic main responsibilities are to restore the freight-carts and provide maintenance services . The RailCar Mechanic must be comfortable working around inactive rails and must be comfortable with heights. A mechanical background is required, and must enjoy working in a challenging environment.

  • Restores rail-carts by fixing brakes, restoring roof, doors, hinges ect.
  • Fabricates Parts
  • Welds Part
  • Paints & Sands
  • Shovels coal out of freight carts.

 

1st Shift Assembler

  • Location: Batavia, OH
  • Type: Traditional
  • Job #546

Assembler -1st Shift
Batavia, OH
Work close to home and build a career with us!

Monday thru Friday 6:00 AM to 2:30 PM or 4:30 PM
$18.50 and up depending upon experience PLUS $1 more for shift differential 
Plus Weekly Perfect Attendance Bonus $.50 for every hour worked
Plus Full Benefits – Medical, Eye, dental, Life Insurance
Quality Company with Great Team Work
Are you good with carpentry and hand tools then we want to put you to work!

We are seeking a Carpentry Assembler that has experience using hand tools and power tools to assemble massive generator units

Assembler Requirements:

  • Must have confidence in assembling skills using hand tools, power tools, and measuring tools.
  • Ability to read a tape measure
  • Working knowledge of fabrication
  • Some experience on forklift

The Assemblers' Essential Job Functions:

  • Proficient use of basic hand tools and power tools to assemble massive generator units.
  • Ability to lift and maneuver 50 lbs.
  • Ability to use ladders and mu be comfortable with heights.
  • Ability to follow written and verbal instructions

Assembler Benefits:

  • Paid holidays!
  • Dental, Vision
  • Short Term Disability paid for by the company
  • Long Term Disability paid for by the company
  • Life Insurance paid for by the company
  • 401K Plan
  • Accident Insurance & Critical illness insurance
  • Attendance Incentive

CraftForce Benefits

Company-paid/100% Employer Paid

Long-term disability insurance ($5.77/week) = $300.04/year

  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $6,000 per month in benefits

Life insurance ($1.33/week) = $69.16/year

  • 100% Employer Paid
  • Plan pays $25,000 and double for Accidental Death.

Health Insurance – 50/50 Premium Shared Cost

  • Medical ($46.14/week) = $2,399.28/year
  • HSA: $5/week = ($260/year)
  • Or HRA: Employer contributes upfront $150/single, $300/family towards deductible expenses
  • Dental: ($2.48/week) = 128.96/year
  • Vision: ($0.96/week) = $49.92/year
  • Short Term Disability ($2.14/week) = $111.28/year
  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $1,000 per week in benefits.
  • Benefits begin the 15th day for sickness or accident and are paid for up to 13 weeks per occurrence.
  • Guaranteed Issue during New Hire

401k

  • $1 for $1 up to 3% match
  • EE contributes 4%, CraftForce match 3.5%
  • EE contributes 5%, CraftForce match 4%
  • At a $20 pay rate and a 40-hour work week, that match adds up to $32/week, and $1,664 annually.
  • Attendance Bonus:  $0.50/hr. For each hour worked; equates to $20-$25/week or $1,000 – $1,300/year for a 40-50 hr. work week
  • Referral Bonus:  $200/each person referred after 300 hours worked — no caps

Attendance

You are an important part of the team.  Good attendance and punctuality are expected, and attendance at work is an essential function of your job.  Dependability in these areas is crucial to the successful operation of the business, and excessive absenteeism cannot and will not be tolerated.  If for any reason, you cannot report for work or will be late for work, notify your Manager as soon as possible.  It is highly discouraged for someone else to make the report for you and may not count as a communicated absence.  However, in the event of an emergency, if someone else makes the report, have this individual give your Manager your name and the reason for your absence, so a proper record can be made.  Text messages and e-mails will not be considered proper notification.  If you are absent without communicating with your immediate Manager, you will be considered “No Call No Show” (NCNS).  Three consecutive workdays of NCNS will be considered job abandonment and treated as a voluntary resignation of employment.  If you are absent more than three consecutive workdays because of personal illness or injury, in addition to calling in, you may be required to provide a statement from your doctor documenting your absence, as well as a statement attesting to your physical fitness for returning to work, both to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law.  Absenteeism, tardiness, and leaving work early can result in disciplinary action, including discharge.  In evaluating Teammate attendance and otherwise administering this policy, the Company does not consider absences/tardiness/early departures protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

2nd & 3rd Shift Electrical Technician

  • Location: Batavia, OH
  • Type: Traditional
  • Job #541

2nd & 3rd ELECTRICAL TECHNICIAN NEEDED 
M-F 2:30 pm-11pm 2:30pm- 1am: 10:00 PM to 6:30 AM
Batavia, Ohio
Work close to home and build a career with us!

$18-22 
depending upon experience Plus $1 more for shift differential 
Plus Weekly Perfect Attendance Bonus $.50 for every hr worked
Plus Full Benefits – Medical, Eye, dental, Life Insurance
Quality Company with Great Team Work

We are looking for a qualified candidate with electrical knowledge/experience/technical school training with the ability to draft drawings for a fast-paced manufacturing facility. 

Main responsibilities include: 

Creating single-line drawings and electrical schematics in to support production and customers.  

Create control schematics Create mechanical and electrical P&ID's / flow diagrams Programing HMI and PLC Creating Bill of Materials for product manufacturing and installations 

Requirements: 

Working knowledge of electrical schematics and controls Mechanical / Industrial / Electrical aptitude 

Detailed Oriented 

• Working knowledge of NEC Codes 

• Some Drafting / designing experience using AutoCad 

Pluses: 

• Experience in AutoCad Mechanical / Electrical / Piping 

• Understanding of Ladder Logic 

Experience in Industrial Electrical Construction and/or Power Distribution Able to create moderate drawings quickly and accurately using basic drafting skills 
 

Benefits:

  • Paid holidays!
  • Dental, Vision
  • Short Term Disability paid for by the company
  • Long Term Disability paid for by the company
  • Life Insurance paid for by the company
  • 401K Plan
  • Accident Insurance & Critical illness insurance
  • Attendance Incentive
  • CraftForce Benefits

    Company-paid/100% Employer Paid

    Long-term disability insurance ($5.77/week) = $300.04/year

  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $6,000 per month in benefits
  • Life insurance ($1.33/week) = $69.16/year
  • 100% Employer Paid
  • Plan pays $25,000 and double for Accidental Death.
  • Health Insurance – 50/50 Premium Shared Cost
  • Medical ($46.14/week) = $2,399.28/year
  • HSA: $5/week = ($260/year)
  • Or HRA: Employer contributes upfront $150/single, $300/family towards deductible expenses
  • Dental: ($2.48/week) = 128.96/year
  • Vision: ($0.96/week) = $49.92/year
  • Short Term Disability ($2.14/week) = $111.28/year
  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $1,000 per week in benefits.
  • Benefits begin the 15th day for sickness or accident and are paid for up to 13 weeks per occurrence.
  • Guaranteed Issue during New Hire
  • 401k

  • $1 for $1 up to 3% match
  • EE contributes 4%, CraftForce match 3.5%
  • EE contributes 5%, CraftForce match 4%
  • At a $20 pay rate and a 40-hour work week, that match adds up to $32/week, and $1,664 annually.
  • Attendance Bonus:  $0.50/hr. For each hour worked; equates to $20-$25/week or $1,000 – $1,300/year for a 40-50 hr. work week
  • Referral Bonus:  $200/each person referred after 300 hours worked — no caps
  • Attendance

    You are an important part of the team.  Good attendance and punctuality are expected, and attendance at work is an essential function of your job.  Dependability in these areas is crucial to the successful operation of the business, and excessive absenteeism cannot and will not be tolerated.  If for any reason, you cannot report for work or will be late for work, notify your Manager as soon as possible.  It is highly discouraged for someone else to make the report for you and may not count as a communicated absence.  However, in the event of an emergency, if someone else makes the report, have this individual give your Manager your name and the reason for your absence, so a proper record can be made.  Text messages and e-mails will not be considered proper notification.  If you are absent without communicating with your immediate Manager, you will be considered “No Call No Show” (NCNS).  Three consecutive workdays of NCNS will be considered job abandonment and treated as a voluntary resignation of employment.  If you are absent more than three consecutive workdays because of personal illness or injury, in addition to calling in, you may be required to provide a statement from your doctor documenting your absence, as well as a statement attesting to your physical fitness for returning to work, both to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law.  Absenteeism, tardiness, and leaving work early can result in disciplinary action, including discharge.  In evaluating Teammate attendance and otherwise administering this policy, the Company does not consider absences/tardiness/early departures protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

Industrial Painter 2nd & 3rd Shift

  • Location: Batavia, OH
  • Type: Traditional
  • Job #540

 2nd & 3rd Shift Industrial Painter and/or Prepper

Batavia, OH
Work close to home and build a career with us!

2nd Shift  Monday – Friday  2:30 pm -11pm pr 1 am
$16 an hour and up to start depending upon experience
Weekly Perfect Attendance Additional $.50 for every hour worked
Health & Medical Insurance, 401K 

We are seeking a Painter and/or paint prepper that has experience painting in a fabrication shop or manufacturing environment.

Painter Requirements:

  • Must have experience with Fabrication Shop Painting – Prepping and painting mild steel.
  • Must have experience using an industrial sprayer and painting equipment.
  • Ability to read a tape measure

The Painter Essential Job Functions:

  • Proficient use of basic hand tools, and Industrial painting equipment such as Industrial Paint Sprayer.
  • Accurate tape measure reading
  • Experience in manufacturing painting. A bonus if the candidate has experience painting and prepping sheet metal.
  • Ability to lift and maneuver 50 lbs.
  • Ability to follow written and verbal instructions
  • The painting is performed in a fabrication shop, no need to travel to different locations.

Painter Benefits:

  • Paid holidays!
  • Dental, Vision
  • Short Term Disability paid for by the company
  • Long Term Disability paid for by the company
  • Life Insurance paid for by the company
  • 401K Plan
  • Accident Insurance & Critical illness insurance
  • Attendance Incentive

CraftForce Benefits

Company-paid/100% Employer Paid

Long-term disability insurance ($5.77/week) = $300.04/year

  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $6,000 per month in benefits

Life insurance ($1.33/week) = $69.16/year

  • 100% Employer Paid
  • Plan pays $25,000 and double for Accidental Death.

Health Insurance – 50/50 Premium Shared Cost

  • Medical ($46.14/week) = $2,399.28/year
  • HSA: $5/week = ($260/year)
  • Or HRA: Employer contributes upfront $150/single, $300/family towards deductible expenses
  • Dental: ($2.48/week) = 128.96/year
  • Vision: ($0.96/week) = $49.92/year
  • Short Term Disability ($2.14/week) = $111.28/year
  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $1,000 per week in benefits.
  • Benefits begin the 15th day for sickness or accident and are paid for up to 13 weeks per occurrence.
  • Guaranteed Issue during New Hire

401k

  • $1 for $1 up to 3% match
  • EE contributes 4%, CraftForce match 3.5%
  • EE contributes 5%, CraftForce match 4%
  • At a $20 pay rate and a 40-hour work week, that match adds up to $32/week, and $1,664 annually.
  • Attendance Bonus:  $0.50/hr. For each hour worked; equates to $20-$25/week or $1,000 – $1,300/year for a 40-50 hr. work week
  • Referral Bonus:  $200/each person referred after 300 hours worked — no caps

Attendance

You are an important part of the team.  Good attendance and punctuality are expected, and attendance at work is an essential function of your job.  Dependability in these areas is crucial to the successful operation of the business, and excessive absenteeism cannot and will not be tolerated.  If for any reason, you cannot report for work or will be late for work, notify your Manager as soon as possible.  It is highly discouraged for someone else to make the report for you and may not count as a communicated absence.  However, in the event of an emergency, if someone else makes the report, have this individual give your Manager your name and the reason for your absence, so a proper record can be made.  Text messages and e-mails will not be considered proper notification.  If you are absent without communicating with your immediate Manager, you will be considered “No Call No Show” (NCNS).  Three consecutive workdays of NCNS will be considered job abandonment and treated as a voluntary resignation of employment.  If you are absent more than three consecutive workdays because of personal illness or injury, in addition to calling in, you may be required to provide a statement from your doctor documenting your absence, as well as a statement attesting to your physical fitness for returning to work, both to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law.  Absenteeism, tardiness, and leaving work early can result in disciplinary action, including discharge.  In evaluating Teammate attendance and otherwise administering this policy, the Company does not consider absences/tardiness/early departures protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

MIG Welder 2nd Shift & 3rd Shift

  • Location: Batavia, OH
  • Type: Traditional
  • Job #539

2nd & 3rd Shift MIG Welders Needed
Fabrication Environment
Batavia, Ohio
Work close to home while building a career with us!

Monday – Friday 2:30 PM -11:00 PM or 2:30pm – 1:00 AM M-F , 3rd 10:00 PM to 6:30 AM  (varies depending on department)
$20 and up depending upon experience. Plus $1 more for shift differential
Plus Weekly Perfect Attendance Bonus  $.50 for every hr worked
Plus Full Benefits – Medical, Vision, dental, Life Insurance- Details below
Quality Company with Great Team Work

Welder Requirements:

  • Layout, Fitting, and MIG welding of mild steel
  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints, shop drawings, and tape measure
  • A weld test will be required

Welder Essential Job Functions:

  • Proficient use of basic hand tools
  • Accurate tape measure reading
  • Experience in MIG Welding
  • Experience in layout and fitting
  • Must be able to read and interpret shop drawings
  • Ability to lift and maneuver 50 lbs.
  • Ability to follow written and verbal instructions

Welder Benefits:

  • Paid holidays!
  • Dental, Vision
  • Short Term Disability paid for by the company
  •  
  • Life Insurance paid for by the company
  • 401K Plan
  • Accident Insurance & Critical illness insurance
  • Perfect Attendance Incentive

CraftForce Benefits

Company-paid/100% Employer Paid

Long-term disability insurance ($5.77/week) = $300.04/year

  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $6,000 per month in benefits

Life insurance ($1.33/week) = $69.16/year

  • 100% Employer Paid
  • Plan pays $25,000 and double for Accidental Death.

Health Insurance – 50/50 Premium Shared Cost

  • Medical ($46.14/week) = $2,399.28/year
  • HSA: $5/week = ($260/year)
  • Or HRA: Employer contributes upfront $150/single, $300/family towards deductible expenses
  • Dental: ($2.48/week) = 128.96/year
  • Vision: ($0.96/week) = $49.92/year
  • Short Term Disability ($2.14/week) = $111.28/year
  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $1,000 per week in benefits.
  • Benefits begin the 15th day for sickness or accident and are paid for up to 13 weeks per occurrence.
  • Guaranteed Issue during New Hire

401k

  • $1 for $1 up to 3% match
  • EE contributes 4%, CraftForce match 3.5%
  • EE contributes 5%, CraftForce match 4%
  • At a $20 pay rate and a 40-hour work week, that match adds up to $32/week, and $1,664 annually.
  • Attendance Bonus: $0.50/hr. For each hour worked; equates to $20-$25/week or $1,000 – $1,300/year for a 40-50 hr. work week
  • Referral Bonus: $200/each person referred after 300 hours worked — no caps

Attendance

You are an important part of the team.  Good attendance and punctuality are expected, and attendance at work is an essential function of your job.  Dependability in these areas is crucial to the successful operation of the business, and excessive absenteeism cannot and will not be tolerated.  If for any reason, you cannot report for work or will be late for work, notify your Manager as soon as possible.  It is highly discouraged for someone else to make the report for you and may not count as a communicated absence.  However, in the event of an emergency, if someone else makes the report, have this individual give your Manager your name and the reason for your absence, so a proper record can be made.  Text messages and e-mails will not be considered proper notification.  If you are absent without communicating with your immediate Manager, you will be considered “No Call No Show” (NCNS).  Three consecutive workdays of NCNS will be considered job abandonment and treated as a voluntary resignation of employment.  If you are absent more than three consecutive workdays because of personal illness or injury, in addition to calling in, you may be required to provide a statement from your doctor documenting your absence, as well as a statement attesting to your physical fitness for returning to work, both to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law.  Absenteeism, tardiness, and leaving work early can result in disciplinary action, including discharge.  In evaluating Teammate attendance and otherwise administering this policy, the Company does not consider absences/tardiness/early departures protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

Machine Operator- Brake/Plasma/Shear – 2nd & 3rd Shift

  • Location: Batavia, OH
  • Type: Traditional
  • Job #538

Machine Operator -Brake/Plasma/Shear -2nd & 3rd Shift Needed
Experience operating Brake Press, Shear, Plasma and/or other similar CNC production equipment
2nd Shift
Batavia, OH

M-F  2nd shift 2:30 PM to 11:00 Pm or 1:30 AM
M-F 3rd Shift 10pm-6am 

Pay: $17.00 and up depending upon experience

Plus $1 more for shift differential

Plus Weekly Perfect Attendance Bonus $.50 for every hr worked
Plus Full Benefits – Medical, Vision, dental, Life Insurance
Quality Company with Great Team Work

We are looking for Machinist to join our team now! 2nd shift!

Production and manufacturing company in Batavia is looking for Machinists with sheet metal experience (brake press, shear, plasma) to fill 2nd shifts. Join our team!

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS:

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Short Term Disability – paid by company
  • Long Term Disability – paid by company
  • Life Insurance – paid by company
  • Voluntary Life Insurance
  • Health Savings Account
  • 401K
  • 401K Matching

POSITION SUMMARY FOR MACHINIST:
Position involves reading and understanding blueprints and/or shop drawings.
Employees will need to be dependable and able to work with little to no supervision.

EXPERIENCE USING THE FOLLOWING MACHINERY:

Shear
Brake
Plasma

KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR MACHINIST:

  • Maintain established fabrication procedures.
  • Abide by machine and safety training established.
  • Document all hours and account for time spent on each job worked on.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Must meet attendance requirements including overtime availability.
  • Minimum of two years experience on one or all of the above machines.
  • Must be able to accurately read a tape measure.
  • Able to work with little or no supervision.
  • Able to follow directions.
  • Ability to lift a minimum of 50 pounds.
  • CraftForce Benefits

    Company-paid/100% Employer Paid

    Long-term disability insurance ($5.77/week) = $300.04/year

  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $6,000 per month in benefits
  • Life insurance ($1.33/week) = $69.16/year
  • 100% Employer Paid
  • Plan pays $25,000 and double for Accidental Death.
  • Health Insurance – 50/50 Premium Shared Cost
  • Medical ($46.14/week) = $2,399.28/year
  • HSA: $5/week = ($260/year)
  • Or HRA: Employer contributes upfront $150/single, $300/family towards deductible expenses
  • Dental: ($2.48/week) = 128.96/year
  • Vision: ($0.96/week) = $49.92/year
  • Short Term Disability ($2.14/week) = $111.28/year
  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $1,000 per week in benefits.
  • Benefits begin the 15th day for sickness or accident and are paid for up to 13 weeks per occurrence.
  • Guaranteed Issue during New Hire
  • 401k

  • $1 for $1 up to 3% match
  • EE contributes 4%, CraftForce match 3.5%
  • EE contributes 5%, CraftForce match 4%
  • At a $20 pay rate and a 40-hour work week, that match adds up to $32/week, and $1,664 annually.
  • Attendance Bonus:  $0.50/hr. For each hour worked; equates to $20-$25/week or $1,000 – $1,300/year for a 40-50 hr. work week
  • Referral Bonus:  $200/each person referred after 300 hours worked — no caps
  • Attendance

    You are an important part of the team.  Good attendance and punctuality are expected, and attendance at work is an essential function of your job.  Dependability in these areas is crucial to the successful operation of the business, and excessive absenteeism cannot and will not be tolerated.  If for any reason, you cannot report for work or will be late for work, notify your Manager as soon as possible.  It is highly discouraged for someone else to make the report for you and may not count as a communicated absence.  However, in the event of an emergency, if someone else makes the report, have this individual give your Manager your name and the reason for your absence, so a proper record can be made.  Text messages and e-mails will not be considered proper notification.  If you are absent without communicating with your immediate Manager, you will be considered “No Call No Show” (NCNS).  Three consecutive workdays of NCNS will be considered job abandonment and treated as a voluntary resignation of employment.  If you are absent more than three consecutive workdays because of personal illness or injury, in addition to calling in, you may be required to provide a statement from your doctor documenting your absence, as well as a statement attesting to your physical fitness for returning to work, both to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law.  Absenteeism, tardiness, and leaving work early can result in disciplinary action, including discharge.  In evaluating Teammate attendance and otherwise administering this policy, the Company does not consider absences/tardiness/early departures protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

Assembler 2nd & 3rd Shift

  • Location: Batavia, OH
  • Type: Traditional
  • Job #537

Carpentry Assembler -2nd & 3rd Shift
Batavia, OH
Work close to home and build a career with us!

2nd Shift Monday thru Friday 2:30 pm – 11 pm or 1am
3rd Shift Monday thru Friday  10 pm – 6am
$18.50 and up depending upon experience PLUS $1 more for shift differential 
Plus Weekly Perfect Attendance Bonus $.50 for every hour worked
Plus Full Benefits – Medical, Eye, dental, Life Insurance
Quality Company with Great Team Work
Are you good with hand tools then we want to put you to work!

We are seeking an Assembler that has experience using hand tools and power tools to assemble massive generator units

Assembler Requirements:

  • Must have confidence in assembling skills using hand tools, power tools, and measuring tools.
  • Ability to read a tape measure
  • Working knowledge of fabrication
  • Some experience on forklift

The Assemblers' Essential Job Functions:

  • Proficient use of basic hand tools and power tools to assemble massive generator units.
  • Ability to lift and maneuver 50 lbs.
  • Ability to use ladders and mu be comfortable with heights.
  • Ability to follow written and verbal instructions

Assembler Benefits:

  • Paid holidays!
  • Dental, Vision
  • Short Term Disability paid for by the company
  • Long Term Disability paid for by the company
  • Life Insurance paid for by the company
  • 401K Plan
  • Accident Insurance & Critical illness insurance
  • Attendance Incentive

CraftForce Benefits

Company-paid/100% Employer Paid

Long-term disability insurance ($5.77/week) = $300.04/year

  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $6,000 per month in benefits

Life insurance ($1.33/week) = $69.16/year

  • 100% Employer Paid
  • Plan pays $25,000 and double for Accidental Death.

Health Insurance – 50/50 Premium Shared Cost

  • Medical ($46.14/week) = $2,399.28/year
  • HSA: $5/week = ($260/year)
  • Or HRA: Employer contributes upfront $150/single, $300/family towards deductible expenses
  • Dental: ($2.48/week) = 128.96/year
  • Vision: ($0.96/week) = $49.92/year
  • Short Term Disability ($2.14/week) = $111.28/year
  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $1,000 per week in benefits.
  • Benefits begin the 15th day for sickness or accident and are paid for up to 13 weeks per occurrence.
  • Guaranteed Issue during New Hire

401k

  • $1 for $1 up to 3% match
  • EE contributes 4%, CraftForce match 3.5%
  • EE contributes 5%, CraftForce match 4%
  • At a $20 pay rate and a 40-hour work week, that match adds up to $32/week, and $1,664 annually.
  • Attendance Bonus:  $0.50/hr. For each hour worked; equates to $20-$25/week or $1,000 – $1,300/year for a 40-50 hr. work week
  • Referral Bonus:  $200/each person referred after 300 hours worked — no caps

Attendance

You are an important part of the team.  Good attendance and punctuality are expected, and attendance at work is an essential function of your job.  Dependability in these areas is crucial to the successful operation of the business, and excessive absenteeism cannot and will not be tolerated.  If for any reason, you cannot report for work or will be late for work, notify your Manager as soon as possible.  It is highly discouraged for someone else to make the report for you and may not count as a communicated absence.  However, in the event of an emergency, if someone else makes the report, have this individual give your Manager your name and the reason for your absence, so a proper record can be made.  Text messages and e-mails will not be considered proper notification.  If you are absent without communicating with your immediate Manager, you will be considered “No Call No Show” (NCNS).  Three consecutive workdays of NCNS will be considered job abandonment and treated as a voluntary resignation of employment.  If you are absent more than three consecutive workdays because of personal illness or injury, in addition to calling in, you may be required to provide a statement from your doctor documenting your absence, as well as a statement attesting to your physical fitness for returning to work, both to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law.  Absenteeism, tardiness, and leaving work early can result in disciplinary action, including discharge.  In evaluating Teammate attendance and otherwise administering this policy, the Company does not consider absences/tardiness/early departures protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

MIG Welder 1st Shift

  • Location: Batavia, OH
  • Type: Traditional
  • Job #535

1st Shift MIG Welders Needed
Fabrication Environment
Batavia, Ohio
Work close to home while building a career with us!

Monday – Friday 6am-2:30 pm or 4:30 pm  (varies depending on department)
$20 and up depending upon experience. Plus $1 more for shift differential
Plus Weekly Perfect Attendance Bonus  $.50 for every hr worked
Plus Full Benefits – Medical, Vision, dental, Life Insurance- Details below
Quality Company with Great Team Work

Welder Requirements:

  • Layout, Fitting, and MIG welding of mild steel
  • Ability to read and interpret blueprints, shop drawings, and tape measure
  • A weld test will be required

Welder Essential Job Functions:

  • Proficient use of basic hand tools
  • Accurate tape measure reading
  • Experience in MIG Welding
  • Experience in layout and fitting
  • Must be able to read and interpret shop drawings
  • Ability to lift and maneuver 50 lbs.
  • Ability to follow written and verbal instructions

Welder Benefits:

  • Paid holidays!
  • Dental, Vision
  • Short Term Disability paid for by the company
  •  
  • Life Insurance paid for by the company
  • 401K Plan
  • Accident Insurance & Critical illness insurance
  • Perfect Attendance Incentive

CraftForce Benefits

Company-paid/100% Employer Paid

Long-term disability insurance ($5.77/week) = $300.04/year

  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $6,000 per month in benefits

Life insurance ($1.33/week) = $69.16/year

  • 100% Employer Paid
  • Plan pays $25,000 and double for Accidental Death.

Health Insurance – 50/50 Premium Shared Cost

  • Medical ($46.14/week) = $2,399.28/year
  • HSA: $5/week = ($260/year)
  • Or HRA: Employer contributes upfront $150/single, $300/family towards deductible expenses
  • Dental: ($2.48/week) = 128.96/year
  • Vision: ($0.96/week) = $49.92/year
  • Short Term Disability ($2.14/week) = $111.28/year
  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $1,000 per week in benefits.
  • Benefits begin the 15th day for sickness or accident and are paid for up to 13 weeks per occurrence.
  • Guaranteed Issue during New Hire

401k

  • $1 for $1 up to 3% match
  • EE contributes 4%, CraftForce match 3.5%
  • EE contributes 5%, CraftForce match 4%
  • At a $20 pay rate and a 40-hour work week, that match adds up to $32/week, and $1,664 annually.
  • Attendance Bonus: $0.50/hr. For each hour worked; equates to $20-$25/week or $1,000 – $1,300/year for a 40-50 hr. work week
  • Referral Bonus: $200/each person referred after 300 hours worked — no caps

Attendance

You are an important part of the team.  Good attendance and punctuality are expected, and attendance at work is an essential function of your job.  Dependability in these areas is crucial to the successful operation of the business, and excessive absenteeism cannot and will not be tolerated.  If for any reason, you cannot report for work or will be late for work, notify your Manager as soon as possible.  It is highly discouraged for someone else to make the report for you and may not count as a communicated absence.  However, in the event of an emergency, if someone else makes the report, have this individual give your Manager your name and the reason for your absence, so a proper record can be made.  Text messages and e-mails will not be considered proper notification.  If you are absent without communicating with your immediate Manager, you will be considered “No Call No Show” (NCNS).  Three consecutive workdays of NCNS will be considered job abandonment and treated as a voluntary resignation of employment.  If you are absent more than three consecutive workdays because of personal illness or injury, in addition to calling in, you may be required to provide a statement from your doctor documenting your absence, as well as a statement attesting to your physical fitness for returning to work, both to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law.  Absenteeism, tardiness, and leaving work early can result in disciplinary action, including discharge.  In evaluating Teammate attendance and otherwise administering this policy, the Company does not consider absences/tardiness/early departures protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

Painter (Residential & Commercial)

  • Location: Cincinnati, OH
  • Remote: Remote
  • Type: Traditional
  • Job #532

Experienced Painters needed to start immediately!
JOB TITLE: Residential & Commercial Painting & Wallpaper
LOCATION: Cincinnati Area
SCHEDULE: day shift 5,8s M-F (7-3:30)  
PAY: $20/hr (maybe more with exceptional experience)

OVERVIEW
We're looking for skilled, meticulous, and professional painters with at least 2 years of experience in residential and commercial settings. If you are interested in high-end projects that require more skill and attentional to detail than your average project, this could be a great job for you! You will also have the chance to learn from other journeymen to broaden your skills!

Typical Duties:

  • Communicating with clients to determine their painting requirements and helping them make the best decisions for their projects
  • Assembling scaffolding as required
  • Covering trim, floors, furniture and other surfaces with masking tape, drop cloths and other protective coverings to keep them free of paint
  • Setting up ventilators and other safety equipment to protect Painters from unhealthy fumes
  • Preparing surfaces to be painted by washing them, filling holes and cracks with putty and sanding them until they’re smooth
  • Applying primer and other sealers to paint surfaces to ensure that paint sticks to them
  • Mixing and matching paint, stain and other finishes to job specifications
  • Applying paint, stain and other finishes to paint surfaces using paintbrushes, rollers or sprayers
  • Maintaining an inventory of supplies like paint brushes, rollers and tarps
  • Removing old finish using scrapers, chemical compounds or blowtorches
  • Estimating time and material costs on painting projects
  • Cleaning machines, equipment and work areas using water, solvents and other cleaning aids
  • Reviewing and implementing work orders and assignments
  • Removing and reinstalling fixtures (e..g, doorknobs, electric switch covers) as necessary
  • Following safeguards, rules and regulations

Electrical Warehouse Associate (Amelia,OH)

  • Location: Ameilia, OH
  • Type: Traditional
  • Job #530

Electrical Warehouse Associate – Full Time

Location: Amelia, OH
Pay Rate: $18-20 per HR DOE
Schedule: M-F – 7:00AM – 4:00PM – *Saturday Overtime Available*

*Electrical experience is highly desired* *Opportunity for growth to Field Technician*

CraftForce is offering an opportunity to work as a Warehouse Associate with one of our recognized clients. This opportunity will be great for anyone with warehouse experience or has a desire to learn more about the electrical field. CraftForce offers an extensive benefits package, 401K w/ company match, attendance bonus, referral bonus, and many more listed below. Do not pass up this opportunity to work as a Warehouse Associate with a great Client.  Accepting applicants now! Immediate starts available*!

Position Overview

This role performs an array of functions that include receiving and processing incoming materials, picking and filling orders from stock, packing and shipping orders, and ensuring general cleanliness and safety in the warehouse.

Job Duties

  • Unloading and loading delivery trucks, and vans.
  • Verifying counts and identifying products to be stocked
  • Tagging and stocking materials in warehouse
  • Identifying and tagging products
  • Cleaning the warehouse
  • Pulling orders
  • Packaging and staging pulled orders
  • Organize product in the warehouse
  • Driving forklift, this includes frequent dismounting and re-entering forklift throughout the day (certification and training provided by client)
  • Requires both bulk handling as well as “piece pulls”.
  • Maintains cleanliness of warehouse and grounds, removal of trash, debris, cleaning and rearranging the warehouse as needed.

Minimum Qualifications

  • High school diploma or GED
  • Forklift experience strongly desire (will train)
  • Self-Starter, able to work without constant direct supervision
  • Ability to lift 50+LBS
  • High attention to detail
  • Good organizational and time management skills
  • Basic computer skills
  • Good basic math skills
  • English verbal and written communication skills are required
  • Sense of urgency and ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Positive, proactive and energetic attitude-demonstrated team player characteristics as verified by references

CraftForce Benefits

Company-paid/100% Employer Paid

Long-term disability insurance ($5.77/week) = $300.04/year

  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $6,000 per month in benefits

Life insurance ($1.33/week) = $69.16/year

  • 100% Employer Paid
  • Plan pays $25,000 and double for Accidental Death.

Health Insurance – 50/50 Premium Shared Cost

  • Medical ($46.14/week) = $2,399.28/year
  • HSA: $5/week = ($260/year)
  • Or HRA: Employer contributes upfront $150/single, $300/family towards deductible expenses
  • Dental: ($2.48/week) = 128.96/year
  • Vision: ($0.96/week) = $49.92/year
  • Short Term Disability ($2.14/week) = $111.28/year
  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $1,000 per week in benefits.
  • Benefits begin the 15th day for sickness or accident and are paid for up to 13 weeks per occurrence.
  • Guaranteed Issue during New Hire

401k

  • $1 for $1 up to 3% match
  • EE contributes 4%, CraftForce match 3.5%
  • EE contributes 5%, CraftForce match 4%
  • At a $20 pay rate and a 40-hour work week, that match adds up to $32/week, and $1,664 annually.
  • Attendance Bonus: $0.50/hr. For each hour worked; equates to $20-$25/week or $1,000 – $1,300/year for a 40-50 hr. work week
  • Referral Bonus: $200/each person referred after 300 hours worked — no caps

PEB Construction Workers (Ironwork, Roofing, Insulation, etc.)

  • Location: Cincinnati, OH
  • Type: Traditional
  • Job #528

PEMB Construction Ironworkers
JOB TITLE: Pre-Engineered Building Ironworker-Roofer-Insulation
LOCATION: Norwood, OH then Parkersburg, WV
SCHEDULE: day shift 6,10s M-Sat (7-5:30) for one month and half in Cincinnati, OH then 3-4 months in Parkersburg, WV (schedule may change in WV)
PAY: $32/hr & $100 per diem (days worked)

OVERVIEW
Experienced Ironworker with at least 3 years’ experience in commercial PEB ironworking, roofing, insulation, welding, etc.. Ironworkers are involved in setting, positioning, aligning, and other structural members to form completed structures or structural frameworks.
EMPLOYEE TYPE: Non-Exempt
REPORTS TO: Foreman

ENVIRONMENT
Construction workers perform physically demanding work including lifting and carrying heavy objects, stooping, kneeling, crouching, or crawling in awkward positions. Some work at great heights of up to 150’, or outdoors in all weather conditions. Some jobs expose workers to harmful materials or chemicals, fumes, odors, loud noise, or dangerous machinery. Some workers may be exposed to lead based paint, asbestos, or other hazardous substances during their work especially when working in confined spaces. To avoid injury, workers in these jobs wear safety clothing/personal protective equipment such as gloves, hard hats, protective chemical suits, and devices to protect their eyes, respiratory system, and hearing. While working in underground construction, construction workers must be especially alert to safely follow procedures and must deal with a variety of hazards.

WORK SCHEDULE
Varies by location. Must have open availability any time, any day of the week. Length of employment is limited to job assignment and/or project duration.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS, KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES
• Welding Safety – work safely around the hazards associated with the construction field.
• Welding Tools – use hand, electric, pneumatic and hydraulic tools and in a safe manner.
• Construction Math – Demonstrates a level of competency in construction math as required in trade practice, including fractions, decimals, geometry, use of formulae, and trigonometry.
• Blue Print Reading – Correctly reads and understands plans, isometrics, arrangement drawings, details, specifications, erection manuals and/or blue prints and makes competent decisions based on measurable criteria.
• Secure components together applying knowledge of geometry, physical properties of metal machining, weld shrinkage, and welding techniques.
• Bolt, clamp and tack weld parts to secure in position for welding.
• Prepare material for welding by cutting or grinding using pipe cutters, hammer and chisel, cutting torch, and/or grinder.
• Set material in stands, racks , hoists etc. for welding
• Set up equipment and weld parts using arc, gas shielded arc, gas shielded arc, or gas welding equipment.
• Work within precise limits and standards of accuracy.
• Follow oral and written directions.
• Work within company policies (including Safety and Human Resources policies), client policy and OSHA safety requirements.
• Perform other duties as assigned by the supervisor as needed.

QUALIFICATIONS
• Three (3) years minimum heavy industrial field experience as a Welder.
• Ability to identify all techniques of welding (TIG, MIG, Arc etc.) and know all properties of various types of metals and how heat affects them.
• Completion of welding certification(s) required by company and/or client.
• Completion of pre-hire and post-hire substance abuse testing as required by company and/or client.
• Completion of Safety related certifications such as OSHA 10 or Safety council programs as required by company and/or client.
• Ability to work with others to achieve job goals.
• Read, write and communicate using English language sufficient to perform job functions as required by client and/or facility policy.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
• Stand or walk for long periods of time.
• Use arms and hands to reach for, handle or manipulate objects.
• Lift and carry materials weighing up to 50 pounds, occasionally lifting items weighing more than 50 pounds with assistance.
• Climb up and down ladders, scaffolds and other objects.
• Stoop, kneel, crouch and crawl.
• Acceptable eyesight – naturally or with correction.
• Eye-hand coordination.
• Good physical fitness.
• Good sense of balance.
• Work at great heights is required.

TOOL REQUIREMENTS (minimum)
• OSHA approved belted harness with double lanyards free of defects 30” or better • unmodified sleever bar
• Both crescent and fixed size spud wrenches (3/4 & 7/8)
• Belt worn bolt bags x 2
• Unmodified OSHA approved hammer 4LB or better
• Belt worn sever bar and spud wrench holder
• Standard crescent wrench 25’ or better tape measure
• lockable toolbox, and lock
• Personal PPE (Hardhat, steel toe boots, etc)

1st, 2nd & 3rd Shift Quality Assurance Inspectors Needed

  • Location: Batavia, OH
  • Type: Traditional
  • Job #526

1st, 2nd,& 3rd Shift Quality Assurance Inspector Needed for Growing Manufacturer
M-F $17.50 and up BOE
Plus $1 more for shift differential

Plus Weekly Perfect Attendance Bonus $.50 for every hr worked
Plus Full Benefits – Medical, Vision, dental, Life Insurance
Quality Company with Great Team Work
1st Shift M-F 6am -2:30pm or 4:30pm
2nd Shift M-F 2:30pm- 11pm or 1am
3rd Shift M-F 10pm-6am

We are searching for a 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Quality Inspector who can uphold the safety policies our company has created and oversee the production process to ensure that all products meet our high standard of quality. The successful candidate will be responsible for performing inspection/testing on products at various stages of production to ensure that customer specification is being met and company quality standards are followed.
Job Responsibilities:
-Perform inspections on the floor and where needed
-Repair, replace, & calibrate tape measures and gauges as needed
-Perform the tasks assigned – inspections, signing in/out gauges of production, tank certification testing, U/L label placement. all other areas assigned by Q.M.
-Assist in customer testing (sound, run, water, etc.)
-Maintain inventory of Q.A. related work materials (zip ties, tags, paperwork, etc.)
Assist production with engineering/customer related issues or questions
Any other task assigned by Quality Manager or designee
– Skilled at reading and interpreting blueprints and shop drawings.

Skills Needed/Preferred:
-M
ust possess excellent communication and listening skills
– 
Proven history of understand industry safety standards and quality expectation.
– . Understanding of welding and sheet metal preferred, but not required
Able to work independently
-Attention to detail
– Visual Acuity
– Good communication skills with production personnel and management

 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS:

  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Short Term Disability – paid by company
  • Long Term Disability – paid by company
  • Life Insurance – paid by company
  • Voluntary Life Insurance
  • Health Savings Account
  • 401K
  • 401K Matching

 

  • Company-paid/100% Employer Paid

    Long-term disability insurance ($5.77/week) = $300.04/year

  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $6,000 per month in benefits
  • Life insurance ($1.33/week) = $69.16/year
  • 100% Employer Paid
  • Plan pays $25,000 and double for Accidental Death.
  • Health Insurance – 50/50 Premium Shared Cost
  • Medical ($46.14/week) = $2,399.28/year
  • HSA: $5/week = ($260/year)
  • Or HRA: Employer contributes upfront $150/single, $300/family towards deductible expenses
  • Dental: ($2.48/week) = 128.96/year
  • Vision: ($0.96/week) = $49.92/year
  • Short Term Disability ($2.14/week) = $111.28/year
  • Covers any serious non-work-related Illness or Accident.
  • Plan pays 60% of your salary up to a maximum of $1,000 per week in benefits.
  • Benefits begin the 15th day for sickness or accident and are paid for up to 13 weeks per occurrence.
  • Guaranteed Issue during New Hire
  • 401k

  • $1 for $1 up to 3% match
  • EE contributes 4%, CraftForce match 3.5%
  • EE contributes 5%, CraftForce match 4%
  • At a $20 pay rate and a 40-hour work week, that match adds up to $32/week, and $1,664 annually.
  • Attendance Bonus:  $0.50/hr. For each hour worked; equates to $20-$25/week or $1,000 – $1,300/year for a 40-50 hr. work week
  • Referral Bonus:  $200/each person referred after 300 hours worked — no caps
  • Attendance

    You are an important part of the team.  Good attendance and punctuality are expected, and attendance at work is an essential function of your job.  Dependability in these areas is crucial to the successful operation of the business, and excessive absenteeism cannot and will not be tolerated.  If for any reason, you cannot report for work or will be late for work, notify your Manager as soon as possible.  It is highly discouraged for someone else to make the report for you and may not count as a communicated absence.  However, in the event of an emergency, if someone else makes the report, have this individual give your Manager your name and the reason for your absence, so a proper record can be made.  Text messages and e-mails will not be considered proper notification.  If you are absent without communicating with your immediate Manager, you will be considered “No Call No Show” (NCNS).  Three consecutive workdays of NCNS will be considered job abandonment and treated as a voluntary resignation of employment.  If you are absent more than three consecutive workdays because of personal illness or injury, in addition to calling in, you may be required to provide a statement from your doctor documenting your absence, as well as a statement attesting to your physical fitness for returning to work, both to the maximum extent permitted by applicable law.  Absenteeism, tardiness, and leaving work early can result in disciplinary action, including discharge.  In evaluating Teammate attendance and otherwise administering this policy, the Company does not consider absences/tardiness/early departures protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

Electrician- Residential Division (Franklin,OH)

  • Location: Franklin, OH
  • Type: Traditional
  • Job #511

Job Title: Electrician – Residential Division 
Location: Franklin,OH

Pay: $18-$25/hr
(Pay will be decided upon the level of ability and skill presented. )

Hours: M-F 7:00am-4:00pm, Overtime as required

CraftForce has an excellent opportunity for those looking to build upon their electrical career. Whether you are just getting established or have been running wire for years, we have a spot for you! 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Receives oral instructions from Field Supervisor covering scheduled and emergency repairs, installations, and other work to be performed in residential housing units. 

  • Assists in installing and repairing wiring, electrical fixtures, switches, receptacles, relays, fuse boxes, and circuit-breaker panels in accordance with specifications and local electrical codes.

  • Connects power cables to equipment, such as electric range or motor, and installs grounding leads. 

  • Performs a variety of supported duties of the job, such as loading and unloading project materials and carrying the same to a particular work area at a job site., erecting scaffolding and ladders, holding materials, tools, and supplies, cleaning the work area and removing trash and debris.

  • Adheres to safety policies and procedures and safe work practices. 

Work Environment: Over 90% of the employee’s time will be spent working in a construction environment on residential housing developments.  The employee will be exposed to a variety of weather conditions common to the local climate.  The employee will be required to wear protective headgear, eyewear, ear protection and other personal protective equipment as project conditions warrant.

 

Minimum Qualifications: 

 

  1. Basic Math Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide all units of measure.

  2. A minimum of year experience in the electrical contracting industry.

  3. High school diploma, relevant vocational school training, or completion of a formal apprenticeship training program.

This Company is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status or disability (in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act) with respect to employment opportunities.

Field Foreman – Residential Electric

  • Location: Amelia, OH
  • Type: Traditional
  • Job #498

Job Title: Field Foreman – Residential Electric
Pay: $18-$25 BOE
Hours: M-F, 7:00am-4:00pm OT as needed
Location: Amelia,OH

*Looking to put your extensive electrical knowledge to use? CraftForce is offering the opportunity to work with a trusted client as they fill their need for a Field Foreman. *

Job Summary: This is a line level supervisor position responsible for the installation and repair of residential electrical wiring, fixtures and related components and supervision of Company and subcontracted work crews.  Work is in accordance with the instructions received by a Division Manager. 

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Other duties may be assigned.

 

  • Receives written diagrams, specifications and oral instructions from a Residential Manager or designee covering emergency and scheduled repairs, installations, and other work to be performed.

  • Coordinates activities between assigned crew and support departments within the organization.  Adheres to project schedules through the efficient utilization of assigned manpower, monitors material usage and orders the same through the warehouse.

  • Assists in installing and repairing wiring, electrical fixtures, switches, receptacles, relays, fuse boxes, and circuit-breaker panels in accordance with specifications and local electrical codes.

  • Connects power cables to equipment, such as electric range or motor, and installs grounding leads. 

  • Tests continuity of circuit to ensure electrical compatibility and safety of components using testing instruments 

  • Receives notification from apprentice electricians, helpers and subcontracted sub crews of potentially dangerous equipment and/or faulty components and the corrective action taken. 

  • Supervises a variety of ancillary duties such as loading and unloading project materials and carrying the same to a work area at a job site, erecting scaffolding and ladders, holding materials, tools, and supplies, cleaning the work area and removing trash and debris.

 

Additional Responsibilities

 

  • Ensures crews adheres to safety policies and procedures, and safe work practices including wearing proper safety gear.

  • Plans details of work, utilizes time efficiently, and minimizes waste of supplies and materials. 

  • May prepare project reports or complete project related forms.

 

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  

 

The position is considered to have moderate to heavy physical demands.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee will be required to climb up to 30’ on ladders, work in overhead structures, walk, stand, twist, stoop, bend, squat, and kneel at least 90% of the workday.  The employee will occasionally be required to lift, carry and/or move in excess of 100 pounds and frequently be required to lift, carry and/or move in excess of 50 pounds during the normal course of a workday.

 

Work Environment: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. 

 

Over 90% of the employee’s time will be spent working in a construction environment on residential housing developments.  The employee will be exposed to variety of weather conditions common to the local climate.  The employee may be required to wear protective headgear, eyewear, ear protection and other personal protective equipment as project conditions warrant. 

 

Performance Factors: The performance factors described here are core abilities that will contribute to the employee successfully carrying out the assigned duties and responsibilities of this job.

 

  1. Adaptability: Shows resilience in the face of rapidly changing circumstances, shifting priorities, adversity, and multiple demands upon time and other resources; works well under stress and pressure.  Does not become defensive when receiving feedback from others, but instead uses feedback as a tool to do a better job.

  2. Assertiveness: Expresses oneself in a confident manner.  Does not hesitate to ask for resources; questions authority in a tactful way; is not threatened by conflict and manages disagreements well.

  3. Collaboration: Works effectively with others in order to achieve meaningful results; demonstrates a willingness to consider the suggestions and ideas of others; clearly communicates action plans and goals.

  4. Compliance: Follows established guidelines and procedures; thoroughly and accurately completes assigned tasks; understands the necessity for complying with regulations, following procedures or enforcing policies.

  5. Dedication: Fully invests oneself in the job and exhibits a high level of commitment; often makes personal sacrifices in order to get the job done or to handle a temporary increase in workload; sets high personal standards; emphasizes results and focuses on continuous improvement; takes the initiative regarding job functions and abilities.

  6. Integrity: Maintains firm adherence to values and principles; keeps promises and commitments; describes things as they really are, does not cover up, falsify information or stretch the truth; can be trusted; is fully accountable for words and actions and takes responsibility for mistakes; demonstrates willingness to make tough decisions.

  7. Motivation: Serves as a positive role model by performing at a high level of excellence; actively seeks out more difficult and challenging assignments; keeps a positive mental attitude which supports achievement of goals and objectives.

  8. Planning & Scheduling: Develops realistic plans that are effective in achieving established objectives; is sensitive to resource and time constraints.  Involves others in the planning process and integrates planning efforts across organizational departments; gives proper attention to both day-to-day activities and long-range plans.

  9. Problem Solving: Able to troubleshoot potential problems and develop preventive or contingency plans; does not take action based solely on “gut feelings” or “best guesses”; uses logic to support judgments; looks for the simpler, more practical causes of a problem. 

 

Minimum Qualifications

 

  1. Basic Math Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide all units of measure.

  2. A minimum of five (5) years’ experience in the electrical contracting industry.

  3. High school diploma, relevant vocational school training, or completion of a formal apprenticeship training program.

  4. Valid driver's license and driving record suitable to KEP Electric's insurance carrier.

  5. Bi-lingual a plus

  6. Kentucky Masters electrical license a plus

Electrician- Residential Division

  • Location: Amelia, OH
  • Remote: Remote
  • Type: Traditional
  • Job #497

Job Title: Electrician – Residential Division 
Location: Amelia, OH

Pay: $18-$25/hr
(Pay will be decided upon the level of ability and skill presented. )

Hours: M-F 7:00am-4:00pm, Overtime as required

CraftForce has an excellent opportunity for those looking to build upon their electrical career. Whether you are just getting established or have been running wire for years, we have a spot for you! 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Receives oral instructions from Field Supervisor covering scheduled and emergency repairs, installations, and other work to be performed in residential housing units. 

  • Assists in installing and repairing wiring, electrical fixtures, switches, receptacles, relays, fuse boxes, and circuit-breaker panels in accordance with specifications and local electrical codes.

  • Connects power cables to equipment, such as electric range or motor, and installs grounding leads. 

  • Performs a variety of supported duties of the job, such as loading and unloading project materials and carrying the same to a particular work area at a job site., erecting scaffolding and ladders, holding materials, tools, and supplies, cleaning the work area and removing trash and debris.

  • Adheres to safety policies and procedures and safe work practices. 

Work Environment: Over 90% of the employee’s time will be spent working in a construction environment on residential housing developments.  The employee will be exposed to a variety of weather conditions common to the local climate.  The employee will be required to wear protective headgear, eyewear, ear protection and other personal protective equipment as project conditions warrant.

 

Minimum Qualifications: 

 

  1. Basic Math Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide all units of measure.

  2. A minimum of year experience in the electrical contracting industry.

  3. High school diploma, relevant vocational school training, or completion of a formal apprenticeship training program.

This Company is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status or disability (in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act) with respect to employment opportunities.

Millwright

  • Location: Sidney, OH
  • Type: Direct Hire
  • Job #495

Millwright 
Needed Urgently!

Located in Sidney, Ohio for at least a 3 month project!
Pay is open and depending upon experience!

A general Maintenance Millwright position is currently available  in Sydney, Ohio. This is at least a 3 month project that can turn into a longer assignment with plenty of opportunities! Great matching candidates will need to be an experienced in the following:

  • Hydraulic Presses that clap and hold warm fiber sheet to shape
  • Some material handling
  • Simple shuttle

 

Maintenance Lead (Residential)

  • Location: Columbus, OH
  • Type: U-Hire
  • Job #491

Maintenance Lead

 

SALARY: $55,640 – $66,040 BOE
HOURS:
Full time Monday – Friday 7:30-4:00, rotating on call hours every 4-5 weeks.
LOCATION: Columbus, OH

Do you prefer a job with a purpose? One that leaves you feeling like you've made a difference? Prefer management that commends you for a job well done? CraftForce is excited to offer a fulfilling role with one of our trusted clients. We are currently in need of a Maintenance Lead to oversee a team of technicians but who also is willing to jump in and lend a hand as needed. If you are skilled in both the maintenance world as well as people interaction then we are looking for you. In exchange, you can forgot about your worries at the fuel pump with a company provided vehicle and gas card for use from home to work.

BENEFITS

  • Company vehicle and gas card for all transportation to/from work to home.
  •  Ten (10) PTO days, prorated 1st year and accrued annually.
  • Four (4) hours Self Care Time each quarter.
  • Three (3) days Sick Time each year, eligible for buyback if not used.
  • 11 1/2 days paid holidays 
  • 403(B) retirement plan with opportunity for company-wide performance-based contributions up to 5% of employee’s salary.
  • Company provided uniforms including winter (Carhartt) jackets and boots. 

Job Requirements

  • Work at Various Locations

  • Rotating after-hours On-Call Phone Support (currently every 4-5 weeks)

  • Be accessible by cell phone supplied by employer

  • Prioritize and perform tasks independently with minor direction

  • Must be punctual, reliable, groomed, organized, and a self-starter.

  • Excellent troubleshooting, analytical, and problem-solving skills

Qualifications

  • Previous experience in home or apartment maintenance, including carpentry, plumbing and electric

  • Strong troubleshooting and critical thinking skills

  • Effective written and verbal communication skills

  • Reside in Franklin County

  • Have a valid driver’s license and have ability to maintain company insurance coverage, including age minimum

  • Pass criminal background check and Drug Testing

  • Own standard set of hand tools

  • Professional appearance and demeanor

Essential Job Functions

  • Responsible for maintenance/service phone calls and emails

  • Including over-the-phone triage prior to dispatch

  • Troubleshoot/triage general household maintenance & repair matters

  • Dispatch CHI personnel and/or vendors for service needs appropriately

  • Support and advise field staff to ensure appropriate means and methods of repairs

  • Process morning follow up on after-hours maintenance/service call needs

  • Audit daily unassigned WOs and assist with handling, as needed

  • Work within Yardi property management system on computer and smart device

  • Participate in maintenance of centralized databases

  • Ensure orderliness of warehouse & garage

  • Maintain adequate inventory levels receive and distribute inventory

  • Support vehicle organization and maintenance standards

  • Perform property inspections (housing quality, eyes on support, pet approval)

  • Assist with reporting relating to work being performed at any CHI property

  • Must be able to ensure the accuracy and confidentiality of property, tenant and client records

  • Maintain consistent & effective internal communication and collaboration

  • Interchange duties and responsibilities of other administrative posts within the company including regular coverage of front desk phone and greeting responsibilities

  • Other duties as assigned

Knowledge-Skills-Abilities

  • Effective quality of communication

  • Customer service skills: Must be able to effectively communicate with clients, tenants, prospective tenants, owners and vendors while focusing on productivity and results.

  • Detail-oriented, flexible

  • Must possess strong organizational skills. Must be able to successfully exercise independent judgment based on technical and detailed knowledge specific to activities and procedures being dealt with.

  • Ability to set priorities and juggle multiple demands.

  • Ability to work within organizational processes and procedures

  • Ability to uphold organizational standards.

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic environment

  • Ability to collaborate with coworkers & vendors.

  • Yardi experience is preferred.

Physical Requirements

  • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 35 pounds.

  • The employee must be capable of lifting 50 pounds on a limited basis.

  • The employee may, on a limited basis, lift and/or move up to 75 pounds using assist equipment such as a dolly, moving straps and lift gate.

  • The employee may, on a limited basis, be required to stand, kneel, crawl, crouch.

  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

 

This Company is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, veteran status, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status or disability (in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act) with respect to employment opportunities.

Commercial HVAC Technician

  • Location: Cincinnati, OH
  • Type: U-Hire
  • Job #457

Position: Commercial HVAC Technician (Commercial Refrigeration)
Location: Job sites throughout Tre-State Cincinnati area
Schedule: 8a-5p M-F (flexible)
Pay: up to $40/hr (based on experience, education, and licenses)
Benefits: Health Insurance (80% employer paid), Vacation, Paid Holidays, Paid Personal Time, IRA, & Flexible Schedule

If you have commercial HVAC experience and you are motivated by challenges like troubleshooting difficult problems, we might have the job for you. This position will allow you to work by yourself to get things done without someone hovering over you and the ability to manage your schedule as long as the necessary work has been completed. Even though you'll likely be working alone, it is important to be able to effectively build relationships with clients to ensure future maintenance opportunities. 

Our Company Focus is:

  • To build and maintain extremely strong relationships with employees, vendors, customers, and strategic partners. Our goal is to have such strong relationships that no negative experience could break them.
  • To provide a safe, fun, enjoyable workspace where our employees can grow and succeed.
  • Achieving sustainable growth through “Best In Industry” practices.
  • To create and maintain a culture that exemplifies exceptional professionalism, expertise, customer service, communication, & value in all we do.
  • For us to be the first choice for all organizations and individuals we serve and to have our name be synonymous with excellence in all markets we compete.
  • To take care and be good Stewarts of and for our community and planet through responsible business.
  • To provide best in industry work life balance

Job Summary:
The selected candidate(s) will be responsible for all areas of field services repair.  The candidate will leave from home or our home office each day and travel from site to site maintaining and repairing equipment, making sure the overall needs of each customer are met, and representing our company in a professional and experienced manner.  As a Service Technician, you'll enjoy being the site expert for your customers. The individual will consistently achieve or surpass weekly productivity and service labor revenue goals assigned by management, while maintaining a high level of customer service skills. 

Responsibilities include but are not limited to: adjusting, aligning, assembling, calibrating, inspecting, lubrication and testing of commercial food prep equipment, HVAC units, electrical/mechanical and electronics troubleshooting; will work out solutions in the best interest of the customer; will be responsible for vehicle inventory and appearance; will need to satisfactorily complete company schools or
audio/video field training. 

Candidate will comply with all applicable company service policies and procedures, maintain frequent contact with the office to receive service assignments, and review service problems with advisor, or manager. Must be available for overtime and on-call schedule.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
In order to be qualified for this position, you must have the
following:  

  • Minimum 2 years of Field Experience with Commercial Refrigeration & cooling repair, maintenance, and installation.
  • Must have knowledge of Commercial Air-Conditioning, Heating, & Rooftop Exhaust Systems.
  • Must have knowledge of Service & Maintenance of various Commercial Equipment (Walk-in Coolers, Freezers, Reach-in Coolers & Freezers, Ice Machines, Glycol Beer Systems, and Rack Systems, etc.) & HVAC systems
  • EPA Type 1 & 2 or Universal Certification.
  • Must have your own hand tools.
  • Major Tools Provided by us
  • Company Work Van provided by us
  • The ability to fabricate and assemble structural and functional components of refrigeration system, using hand tools, power tools, and welding equipment.
  • Excellent mechanical/electrical/electronic aptitude.
  • Experience in Food Service and equipment repair or related field is preferred.
  • Ability to learn new technology and repair and service procedures and specifications.
  • Universal EPA Refrigerant Recovery certificate.
  • Journeyman’s license preferred.
  • Valid driver's license with acceptable driving record and able to drive multiple hours per day.
  • Able to travel and attend training schools.
  • Computer Skills: Microsoft Office products Excel, Word, Outlook.
  • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills.

Physical Requirements include:

  • Lifting 35-75 lbs with or without assistance
  • Climbing up to 20 ft. with ladder
  • Extensive walking 3-5 miles / day
  • Extensive driving 5-6 hours/day
  • Kneeling, squatting, bending, pushing/pulling
  • Exposure to noise, heat, cold, slippery, wet conditions
  • Overtime and on call as required
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