There’s a machine shop in Bastrop near my distillery that’s looking for new employees with CnC backgrounds. I’ve known the owner for years, he’s a good guy, and it looks like a good place to work. they’re a small team, and have a lot of new work coming in! Details below:
Electro-Mechanical Assembly Technician
Texas Machine Design – Bastrop, TX
Roll up those sleeves! Our cutting-edge company seeks innovative minds and hard workers. Our growth is exploding, so is our need for innovative minds. We are located on the outskirts of Austin, in quaint Bastrop. Easy going and flexible, our shop values honesty and integrity. Come grow with us!
Do you enjoy high performance engines? Worked on a race car? Mechanically inclined? Down to the detail accurate? Ability to work with CAD drawings and BOMs?
Come join our team and watch the magic happen!
Our Applicants are expected to exhibit experience in mechanical or electrical assembly. Have experience in pneumatic actuators and possess basic electrical knowledge.
Here at TMD you will be able to work with electrical servo systems, precision mechanical actuators, high speed sensors while building working PC controlled systems. The successful applicant will get exposure to servo tuning, VFD programming, PLC Ladder Logic and C Sharp Programing and high-speed spindles applications. Interaction with web-based applications, downloads and upgrades.
Applicant must have the ability to work in a technical shop with fellow team members in a collaborative environment. Must possess the ability to multitask and be flexible.
Day to day activities include taking kitted parts and complete the assembly to a CAD drawing that my consist of wiring servos and sensors, along with precision mechanical actuators and assemblies.
Flexible hours. PTO accrues upon hiring. Paid holidays. Weekly company lunches and outings. Climate controlled working environment. Room to Grow!
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $37,000.00 - $65,000.00 per year
** To keep our employees safe during this time we provide distancing, face masks are optional, and hand sanitizer as needed.
Julie Sorci Reed
“Innovation of Industrial Automation”
Texas Machine Design, LLC
704 Hwy 71 West, B400