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Brandon

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We are looking to fill several positions in the near future.  If you qualify and are interested please contact us.

Senior CNC Machinist

Key Resposibilities:
Designing, machining, and building fixtures for electrical and mechanical assembly. Doing setup and tooling for short and long run products.  Operation of palletized and automated machining cells.  

Must possess:
Programming experience

Pluses:
Fluency in HSMWorks, SolidCAM, or equivalent CAM software
Robot and Automation experience
Supervisory Experience
Some tool and die experience

Type of employment:
First shift/full Time with benefits

Base Pay:
$30/hour plus benefits


Automation Engineer

Key Resposibilities:
Design, oversee construction, construction, and programming of automated assembly cells and lines.  

Must possess:
Minimum 5 years experience (10 years preferred)
Experience with PLC and robot programming
Experience with machine vision systems and computer programming
Mechanical and electrical design experience
Experience with automated material handling and automated assembly
B.S.M.E., B.S.E.E., or equivalent

Pluses:
SolidWorks Experience
CNC machining or SMC electrical assembly experience

Type of Employment:
Salary

Pay Range:
$80,000 to $120,000 per year dependent upon experience


Electrical Assembly Techs

Key Resposibilities:
Soldering, electrical assembly, and mechanical assembly.  Operation of automatic and semi-automatic machinery.

Must Possess:
Excellent vision and motorskills as all of the parts you'll be working with are small
Basic computer proficiency
Excellent attention to detail

Pluses:
Experience working in high production environments

Type of Employment:
Full time with benefits

Pay Range:
$14 to $17 dependent upon experience




We are also looking for several entry level assemblers, who would like to learn the trade and grow with the company.  

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Too bad you are so far away, I have a solid background (and meet all your listed requirements except Solidworks) for the Automation Engineer position. I am not interested in relocating though, unless its to the coast.
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Too bad you are so far away, I have a solid background (and meet all your listed requirements except Solidworks) for the Automation Engineer position. I am not interested in relocating though, unless its to the coast.


Come on Mike, you could telecommute that job!  Oh hell, I better be careful.  Don't want to get banned here too.
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Where are you guys located at? I have about 2 years of experience and just finished an associates in mechanical engineering tech. and currently run high precision 5-axis milling/turning machines doing set-up/teardown some g-code when necessary and I have some experience with autocad/inventor/3dsmax. Always looking to learn more and develop my skills however!
John

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We're in Akron, OH. 
ricardb

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Wow no kidding?! I'm near the Dover area [smile] 
Here is a link to my LinkedIn profile -> https://www.linkedin.com/in/rbentoski
How can I apply? 
*In reference to the CNC Machinist position
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Uh oh... Does this mean Evolv is going to be making a mod!?!? Maybe a Darwin 200? Sounds good to me. I hope so.
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Got to love the support for American products with American jobs. On top of that, great American pay. Kudos to Evolv.
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Uh oh... Does this mean Evolv is going to be making a mod!?!? Maybe a Darwin 200? Sounds good to me. I hope so.


I'm just guessing but I had heard rumors of them making diy kits with the reference mod they used for beta. I really hope that is true because it will make it way easier for people to get into putting together their own mods with a dna 200, good experience, fun, and saves money.
John

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Is that a rumor? I thought we'd been pretty open about that plan. 

But we have zero full time machinists right now, and while I can run the machines for prototyping and betas, I can't realistically make money if I'm machining cases in production rather than working on electrical designs. 
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Is that a rumor? I thought we'd been pretty open about that plan. 

But we have zero full time machinists right now, and while I can run the machines for prototyping and betas, I can't realistically make money if I'm machining cases in production rather than working on electrical designs. 


You wanna make money?? You gotta lota nerve...[smile]


-C
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John;
"Rumour," I guess. I know you guys said in Phil's interview/factor tour video that you were focusing on the boards and not devices, right? I didn't hear anywhere that you were planning on making mods, but I'm not really in any of the inner circles though either. That will be pretty awesome though.
John

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Well, we don't plan on making DNA 200 mods. We do plan on making parts for DNA 200 mods. 
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John;
Oh, cool. That will be pretty awesome. I wouldn't hate it if you guys did decide to make a mod. ;-)
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Dang... Wish I qualified. I have 15years printing experience @ the same job. Live close(Aurora)and would love to work 1st shift. And am LOVING this Opus200 the DNA200 chip is amazing to say the least. Good luck on finding new employees. Keep up the great work.
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