Calling All Machine Operators in Hampton, Virginia

Listed on: September 14, 2019


Factory Engineer Operating Hydraulic Tube Bender

The Lee Group’s recruitment and staffing team in Newport News, Virginia is currently hiring for a Machine Operators to support a Local Manufacturing Company in Hampton, Virginia.

The ideal candidate will have Machine Operating and/or Saw Operating experience in a Manufacturing facility. The Operator must perform job duties with little or no supervision.

The pay rate for this position – which works from 4:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday – ranges from $10.26 per hour to $11.25 per hour depending on experience.

Successful candidates should be able to cut aluminum rods into slugs. These directives include, but are not limited to, the setup, production, auditing, and cleanup for the operations. The Operator is also responsible for operating the scrap saw. The duties of the operator cutting scarp will be to control incoming scrap, ensure that scrap is recorded, cut the scrap that is required to be cut, and deliver the scrap materials to the appropriate bins.

Key duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Obtain direction from supervisor
  • Check shop order for the correct heat code
  • Setup job, including attaching the correct saw blade and retrieving aluminum rods from the inventory area
  • Load aluminum rods onto saw bed
  • Make face cut to ensure saw performance
  • Perform quality checks in accordance with floor inspection sheets
  • Unload stock from trucks and verify and sign paperwork for incoming stock
  • Submit and receive approval on first article before running production
  • Cut scrap bottles in the correct machine cutter according to part size
  • Review scrap sheet on basket to verify it matches what is in the basket
  • Ensure that scrap codes being used match the defect of the product
  • Sort scrap according to alloy
  • Weigh and track scrap weight before placing scrap on the trailer

Requirements for this position include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • The educational requirement for this job position is a High School Diploma or GED.
  • Must have a minimum of 1 year of manufacturing experience.
  • The Saw Operator must be able to speak clear English. He or she must be able to perform basic mathematics skills up to and including High School level.
  • Equivalent levels of experience and training may be considered.

All applicants must submit to a pre-employment drug screen as well as a criminal background check prior to job placement.

Submit an online application immediately here: www.theleegroup.com/apply-online.

Questions? Contact Brittani Bunch at brittani.bunch@theleegroup.com.

Testimonials

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    My experience with The Lee Group has been exceptional.  The staff has always been reliable and upfront about their expectations.  I have watched them work feverishly to place me in a job that matched my skills, career goals and schedule.  Today I am working at Highliner Foods as a Warehouse Receiving Team Lead while working on a Bachelor’s Degree.  I love going to work every day and I owe it all to Kelly, Lena and the outstanding staff at The Lee Group. Place your future in their hands.  You won’t regret it.  Good Luck!

    ~ Richie Staton


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    I’ve had a professional relationship with The Lee Group for over a year now.  First as an associate when Jessica Runge placed me on an assignment as a Human Resources Coordinator.  After eleven months of working for the company as a temporary employee, I was hired on as a permanent employee and am now the main contact for one of their largest clients.  The service is exceptional and I would recommend them to anyone.

    ~ Kelsey


  • In October of 2012 I was laid off from my job. I mentioned this to my hairdresser who gave me the business card of Sheryl Dinger at The Lee Group. I thought that I didn’t need help finding a new job, it would be no problem. Two months later I still had no leads so I called Sheryl. I was able to interview with her before the week was out and she already had a lead on a job. Sheryl prepped me for the interview with the company with valuable insight into what the company was looking for, what they did and the type of employee they were looking for. Sheryl stayed in contact throughout the interview process and was a great source of encouragement. I was hired for a six month temp position. Within four months of the assignment, the company had hired me full time.

    ~ Cris Walters


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    My name is Gerry Rivera presently working for ABC I was given the opportunity to work with this company thru The Lee Group staffing agency. I was out of work for 2 months when Mrs. Cindy Harp contacted me. She told me that she got a position for me for one of their long time customer and my experience is a good fit and She is absolutely right, after I met Mr. Dan Gauldin of ABC. We both know that we share the same passion on how to make things better, specially on our side which  is the mechanical side. Mr. Gauldin and Mr. London are very supportive people.

    ~ Gerry Rivera


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    I moved in the area in 2008 and was seeking employment. I searched online and came across the Lee Group. My need was crucial to them. They took my skills and qualifications and found a job that was a good fit for me. They kept in contact with me throughout the temporary employment process, which later became my full time employment. And even after my temporary services were no longer required they were still intentional about checking on my well being. The Lee Group is not just an organization, it is a people based brand that cares about their people before, during, and after the employment process.

    ~ Chris Cannady


  • My name is Betty Hall and I have had to awesome experiences with The Lee Group.  My first encounter I went to the office in Chesapeake and spoke with Sheryl Dinger. She said she needed 3 people to work 2nd shift at TFC recycling I replied no you need 2 people.  She then asked if I was a morning or evening person again I replied I’m an unemployed person.  I went to work and after being there for 3 months I was hired on permanently.

    I had been at TFC for a year.   Just by luck I ran into Sheryl Dinger.  We talked and I told her I was still at TFC and I asked her if she had anything else.   She said yes.  I put in my resignation at TFC and started working at Coresix.  Ater working again for 3 months I became permanent.

    ~ Betty Hall


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