Why work in Manufacturing? Well, do you know of any other
industry that allows you to develop, process and make what the rest
of the world depends on? Schultes Precision Manufacturing, Inc.
produces metal and non-metal components for every industry in the
known universe. From aerospace to medical, rocket ship parts to
toaster oven parts, Schultes does it all with extreme precision.
You can be part of this, all it takes is an application, an
interview and a detailed mindset and you are in.
At Schultes we practice the do right motto. Schultes does right
by our customers and vendors, employees and communities. Let
Schultes do right by you and apply today!
Entry Level Person Looking For A Start In Manufacturing
There is no such thing as a boring day at Schultes! Each new
Employee is onboarded as part of the Schultes Team, first, and then
given work and deliverables and then you are asked to team up with
our trainers. Upon being selected as a Schultes Employee, you will
then enter a program for your education and be certified in a
With the Schultes, you earn while you learn. While earning a
salary and working toward industry-specific certifications you will
receive intensive training, where you will alternate time between
school and the Company with more time at the company as training
We are located in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago in the
Village of Buffalo Grove, IL. We are looking for people for all
facets of our Job Shop; Lathe, Milling, Maintenance, Assembly, Tool
Crib and Shipping & Receiving.
Schultes loves being able to collaborate with new inspiring
people who are interested in making manufacturing the industry to
thrive in. Schultes is offering the opportunity to network, learn
socialize and design work to help you get the true Intern
experience and hopefully you get a career out of this as well.
- High quality professional day-to-day execution of engagements &
- Perform analytical reviews of the great work being produced
daily at Schultes.
- Assist in brainstorming & idea planning with your
- Participate in Company meetings Machining Responsibilities
- Read prints & job orders to determine dimensions and machine
- Set up and operate various machining equipment such as lathes
or mills in order to machine components to precise customer
- Use measurement tools to ensure accuracy of part
- Attend on-site apprenticeship classes in addition to on-the-job
learning while performing responsibilities on the shop floor.
- Spend Time Bending or Twisting the Body
- Spend Time Making Repetitive Motions
- Spend Time Standing
- Spend Time Using Your Hands to Handle, Control, or Feel
Objects, Tools, or Controls
- Spend Time Walking
- Must Be Able to Lift and Carry up to 50 Pounds Without
Importance of Being Exact or Accurate:
- Importance of Repeating Same Tasks
- Importance of Having Great Attendance to Work Every Day
- Indoors, Environmentally Controlled
- Wear Common Protective or Safety Equipment such as Safety
Shoes, Glasses, Gloves or?Hearing Protection