Careers at Wisconsin Plating Works – Ask about our $1,000 signing bonus!

Wisconsin Plating Works is always looking for new talent for entry-level positions and experienced plating jobs.

We are fully committed to the idea “It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish. Once hired, you will discover that we are a workplace where you can:

  • Feel valued; we are invested in your success now and in the future
  • Make an impact on our business success
  • Contribute to our focus on quality finishing

Wisconsin Plating Works offers these benefits to all employees:

  • Paid company holidays Shift Differentials for 2nd and 3rd shift.
  • Training and Advancement Opportunities.
  • Full-Time Employees (30 + hours per week) may participate in the following benefits:
    • Medical (Eligibility begins on the 1st of the month, following your start date)
    • Paid Time Off: 40 Hours earned after your first year.
    • Simple IRA retirement plan with a company match up to 3% of weekly contribution.
    • Company paid life and accidental death insurance.
    • Tuition reimbursement

Additional benefits for employee purchase include:  dental, vision, life insurance, critical illness, voluntary accident, and accidental death & dismemberment, Teledoc, and virtual doctor visits.

 

Our Mission –

To strive for excellence in quality, customer service, environmental stewardship, and our relationships with our customers, community, employees, and shareholders.

Entry-level positions

No prior experience required
Full or part-time opportunities

Racker/Helper

Essential Job Duties /Responsibilities

Rack, un-rack, and package customer parts per the work order. Ensure all customer product is handled properly to avoid damage. Maintain work area in a clean and organized manner. Visually inspect the product prior to racking while notifying the Team Leader/Supervisor of any non-conformances. Record necessary racking and un-racking information on the work order. Work safely at all times and comply with all safety regulations while working with Hazardous materials and chemicals. Work with a positive attitude and report all questions or problems to the Team Leader or Supervisor. Perform other miscellaneous job duties and related functions as needed.

 

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Experienced positions

Has prior experience at plating company(s)

Electroplating Operator

Takes responsibility for and run all aspects of an electroplating production line. Accurately follow written procedures, adjust bath chemistry, and inspect raw and finished product using a variety of inspection methods and equipment. Duties include:

  • Sets, starts, and shuts down electroplating lines
  • Works to achieve scheduling priorities on the line
  • Tracks key metrics to constantly drive continuous improvement
  • Works to ensure safe practices and company policies and procedures are followed
  • Works closely with production supervisors to coordinate and schedule tasks/projects
  • Works closely with support supervisors to coordinate and schedule tasks/projects
  • Works to ensure the ongoing success of company maintenance plans and objectives
  • Works to ensure ongoing success of company housekeeping and organization objectives
  • Reads and accurately interprets work instructions, provides feedback on issues and changes
  • Performs other assigned duties to achieve the goals of the department and company

Qualifications and Education Requirements
A successful candidate must be a team-oriented person with good communication skills.  A successful candidate must be able to excel at the following:

      • Show high level of job-related knowledge
      • Show a high level of quality of work
      • Follows set attendance/punctuality policies
      • Takes initiative
      • Shows good communication and listening skills
      • Is dependable

Preferred Skills

      • Strong Chemistry background
      •  Strong Mathematic background
      • Good Organizational skills
      • Electroplating/Metal Finishing experience
      • ISO quality mgmt systems experience
      • Forklift license a plus

Physical Demands:
The ability to lift 30 pounds

 

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Maintenance Technician

Has experience as described below.

General maintenance experience in an industrial environment with basic plumbing/pipefitting, electrical, mechanical systems, machine repair, facilities management.  Able to troubleshoot and repair pumps, filters, motors, drives, hoists, rectifiers, air compressors, process heating controls, etc.  Experience with industrial process boilers and preventive maintenance. Predictive maintenance a plus.

Qualifications and Education Requirements

High School diploma/GED

Must be a team player and demonstrate the ability to read and write English and complete simple mathematical equations. Must be able to follow strict policy and OSHA guidelines. Must be able to lift 30 pounds. Must be attentive to detail.

Job Type: Full-time; could be part-time

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Laboratory Technician

full or part-time; some chemistry background desirable

Control the plating process by monitoring and analyzing the condition of the plating baths and maintaining the correct chemical concentrations. Analyze the condition of the baths on the plating line according to established procedures and frequencies. Maintain accurate records of test results on the appropriate statistical chart and react to any out-of-control conditions. Based on test results, notify the process manager/supervisor of any unusual chemical additions to the plating baths. Notify the process manager of any changes which will occur on the line as a result of approved process parameter changes. Maintain the lab area and lab equipment in a clean, operational condition. Execute systems start-up and shutdown in accordance with prescribed procedures.

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