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Reading Rock is always looking for passionate people to join our team.  For questions regarding employment opportunities, please contact our Human Resources department at 800.482.6466.

  • MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

    General Summary: This individual will work under minimal supervision to perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance (preventative and predictive), inspections, repairs, and troubleshooting of the plant machinery and facilities. Work to be conducted on mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems along with pneumatics, hydraulics, and electronics as well as switchgear, motors, and other electrical equipment. All work to be done with an emphasis on safety as well as the environment.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
    · Assures the safe execution of all maintenance activities and helps ensure the safety of each associate by taking an active role in the safety programs the company has in place.
    · Maintain the general plant equipment and machinery, making sure it is clean, in proper working order and performing preventative maintenance on schedule. Conduct facility maintenance and repairs as needed.
    · Responsible for assigned special projects in the facility, including fabrication of items to help the operation.
    · Assist the department foreman and the machine operators during scheduled and unscheduled maintenance activities, equipment breakdowns, and trouble shooting. This includes, but is not limited to, directing activities, physically assisting with work, sharing knowledge, and performing activity follow-up.
    · Coordinate with the department managers any maintenance activities that may require special assistance (e.g., parts procurement, arranging for outside contractors, equipment rental, etc.).
    · Assist department managers in maintaining parts and supplies stores. This would include researching, ordering and obtaining needed parts and supplies.
    · Develop new ideas aimed at improving safety, production, quality, and lowering costs.
    · Assist the department manager or immediate supervisor in any specific duties he/she assigns. Provide quality service to both internal and external customers at all times.
    · Work with department managers and production executives, offering advice and suggestions during the planning and implementation of capital and special projects at both the corporate facility and satellite facilities. This could include some or all aspects of project management.

    Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
    · Knowledge of standard tools, materials, methods, practices, and safety precautions used in maintenance and repair of machinery, buildings, grounds, related structures, and utility systems.
    · Understands electrical systems, mechanical systems, fluid power (hydraulic and pneumatic) systems, industrial electronics, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), and control systems.
    · Ability to understand technical terminology common to various trades along with the ability to read, analyze, and interpret drawings, schematics, diagrams, prints, publications and locally generated instructions.
    · Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as proportions, percentages, area, circumference, volume and other calculations.
    · Ability to learn to utilize various types of electronic and/or manual recording and information systems. Basic interaction knowledge with computer systems including average proficiency, or better, with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Outlook).
    · Minimum 3 - 5 years of industrial maintenance and project management experience required. Journeyman level electrician preferred. Experience with AC/DC drives and motors, digital and analog electronics, control circuits, computers/PLC and test instruments, power supplies, power distribution, 480V systems, and NFPA70E needed.
    · High school diploma required. College degree / licensed electrician desirable.
    · Must have own basic tools to perform all job duties.
    · Ability to read, write, speak, understand, and communicate in English sufficiently to perform the duties of this position.
    · Must be able to lift 50 lbs. unassisted. Must be a hard worker with a good and positive attitude.

    To Apply: Applications accepted until position is filled. Email or Fax a Resume, cover letter and any letters of recommendation to Careers@readingrock.com or 513-326-2977.

  • PROJECT MANAGER

    The Project Manager is responsible for all aspects of RockCast Projects.  Proactively managing the project process; interfacing with customers both internal and external.

    Duties and Responsibilities, but not limited to:
    • Comply with all company policies, procedures, performance standards in the operations department.
    • Accurately and promptly manage project data in RockCast ERP systems and maintain thorough tracking systems and accurate project files.
    • Primary point of contact for all project related communication needs.  This includes communication with sales staff, engineering, estimating, manufacturing, logistics, and accounting.
    • Facilitate and manage drawing requests, RFI’s, and detailed information with Technical Services, and proactively manage the drawing approval process.
    • Responsible for reviewing sales orders to ensure accuracy with pricing, scope of supply, as well as verification of customer purchase orders.
    • Aggressively identify aging inventory and close the loop on all outstanding orders.
    • Utilize opportunities to continuously gain market share for the division through efficient sample processing and customer service excellence.
    • Manage all relevant internal documentation including credits, billing changes, freight bills, etc., according to RockCast procedures; assist with expediting receivables and minimize expense costs associated with collections

    Requirements and Qualifications:
    The ideal candidate will be self-motivated, and quality-driven with the following skill set:
    • Computer skills including Word, Excel, MS Project or other project scheduling software
    • ERP Experience
    • Attention to detail and ability to handle multiple demands concurrently
    • Ability to read and understand architectural plan sets
    • Good communication skills written and verbal
    • Minimum of a 2-year degree or equivalent work experience in related field
    • Prior Project Management experience

    To Apply: Applications accepted until position is filled. Email or Fax a Resume, cover letter and any letters of recommendation to Careers@readingrock.com or 513-326-2977.

  • TECHNICAL DRAFTER

    Responsibilities:
    • Responsible for creating detailed and accurate shop drawings and layout drawings from blueprints or other customer supplied documents.
    • Create desired forms and drawings to assist sales and marketing in gaining market share.
    • Incorporate customer revisions to originals and communicate changes that affect price and/or production.
    • Maintain drawing standards and templates.
    • Passionately exemplify a commitment to elevating the standards for People, Products, Processes and Profitability of the company.
    • Rigorous compliance with all SOP's, company policies, procedures, and performance standards.
    • Incorporate Safety as a lifestyle and report any known safety issues to the correct personnel.
    • Enhance self development by continuously applying learning and technical innovation to departmental operations. This includes robust utilization of Starway in your performance process.
    • Robustly communicate discrepancies or potential issues in design or blueprint that may lead to customer dissatisfaction or expose the company to additional expense.
    • Vigorously support the Core Values, company mission and strategies.
    • Promote Takeoff, Estimating, installation and connections.

    Knowledge Skills and Abilities (KSAs):
    •Microsoft Office average skills.
    •Proficient at AutoCad.
    •Ability to use basic Solidworks, as required.
    •2-year technical degree preferred or technical certificate.
    •Architectural Drafting Experience required.
    •Ability to read, analyze, communicate and interpret blueprints, common association and professional journals, financial reports, and other documents.
    •Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, pay increases and bonuses, percentages, area, circumference, volume and other calculations.
    •The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to perform the key actions of this job.
    •Individual must be able to walk more than average distance, climb up stairs, lift 50 lbs, bend at the waist, and sit for extended periods.
    •Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions in all areas of responsibility including employee relations.
    •Ability to interpret a variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form.

    To Apply: Applications accepted until position is filled. Email or Fax a Resume, cover letter and any letters of recommendation to Careers@readingrock.com or 513-326-2977.

  • GENERAL LABOR

    Primary Process and Individual Responsibilities
    • Perform all Entry Level duties
    • Mix Cement, sand and other construction material
    • Carry Material from mixing area to work area
    • Chisel Rock product
    • Place diving foam between layers of material
    • Lift material from chiseling area
    • Move product into Kilns
    • Clean up molds
    • Perform 5s clean up process in various areas
    • Clean up tools at end of day
    • Clean work area before and after work
    • Assist other departments when necessary
    • Transfer furniture, equipment and light machinery to various locations in the plant.
    • Other duties as assigned

    Requirements
    • HS/GED preferred
    • Must be able to lift 50 pounds
     Must be able to stand all day
    • Must have knowledge of how to use tools such as hammer, screw driver, nail gun etc.

    To Apply: Applications accepted until position is filled. Email or Fax a Resume, cover letter and any letters of recommendation to Careers@readingrock.com or 513-326-2977.