If you are looking for a career that offers continuous challenges and the chance to demonstrate your skills and talent, please contact us.

 

Hazelett is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

TYPICAL CAREERS

 

MECHANICAL ENGINEER

Researches, plans, and designs mechanical and electromechanical products and systems and directs and coordinates activities involved in fabrication, operation, application, installation, and repair of mechanical or electromechanical products and systems.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN

Assists in designing, detailing, building, testing, inspecting, repairing, and modifying of production, experimental, or patented machinery and equipment.

MANUFACTURING ENGINEER

Provides support of manufacturing processes, design, equipment, and tooling.

CAD DESIGNER/DRAFTER

Designs and executes engineering layouts of complex mechanical or electro-mechanical equipment assemblies. Requires knowledge of manufacturing processes and techniques, design limitations, and standards.

 

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT

Professionally performs a wide range of secretarial and administrative duties, including company correspondence, electronic communications, and office systems. Requires excellent grammar and spelling skills and a thorough knowledge of office procedures and practices.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

Researches, develops, designs, tests, and modifies off-the-shelf and custom electronic components, equipment, sensors, and systems for use in the industrial machinery controls field.

ELECTRICAL CONTROLS ENGINEER

Designs, details, programs, and oversees the manufacturing, installation, and service of industrial machinery controls, drives, and instrumentation and communication networks.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN

Assembles, tests, and services prototype, off-the-shelf, and custom electronic parts, assemblies, and systems.

MACHINIST

Sets up and operates conventional mills and lathes to produce a variety of complex machined components to exacting tolerances and dimensions working from engineering prints.

CNC MACHINIST

Working from engineering prints, sets up, loads, operates, and edits the programs of CNC mills and lathes to produce a variety of complex, machined components to exacting tolerances and dimensions.

MECHANIC

Assembles and installs electromechanical machinery and equipment as directed by assembly drawings and verbal instructions.  Requires some international travel.

WELDER AND METAL FABRICATOR

Plans, lays out, fits, and welds precision-fabricated components and subassemblies from engineering prints. Uses a variety of welding processes, such as MIG and TIG, to join steel, stainless steel, and aluminum.

MACHINE OPERATOR

Sets up and operates specialized automated and manual precision machinery to produce large metal belts. Requires the ability to master specific procedures and setups.