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WHY WORK HERE?

Addition Manufacturing Technologies

is committed to helping you be the best in your field so that, in turn, we can be the best in ours. Addition supports education both in the classroom and in the workplace to fully develop and utilize your skill sets in order to create the most innovative and sustaining products in our industry.

Culture

At Addition you will become part of a team committed to your growth, the company's growth, and a more sustainable future. You will work with creative and enthusiastic individuals who share your motivation to succeed. We are interested in energetic, skilled professionals who are prepared to think globally and act locally while working with customers and team members wherever they are located.

Benefits

At Addition, we strive to protect our most valuable asset - our employees! As such, we provide associates with a wide range of benefits to choose from dependent upon their global location. Our benefit programs are designed to provide employees and their families the ease-of-mind of financial protection. We're committed to protecting our employees' future, and the future of their families.

Growth and Development

Consistent with our values, Addition firmly believes that our assets are our people and we recognize the importance of continuing education both for professional development and personal renewal. We encourage and support employees to develop their professional skills through work experience and formal training so that we can grow with you.
The Entry Level CNC Machinist position will perform machining and in-process inspection as outlined by shop paperwork, process documentation, engineering drawings, and quality requirements. Also, when applicable, he/she will identify cost reduction and productivity improvement opportunities to his/her supervisor or the operations director.
The CNC Machinist position will perform machining and in-process inspection as outlined by shop paperwork, process documentation, engineering drawings, and quality requirements. Also, when applicable, he/she will identify cost reduction and productivity improvement opportunities to his/her supervisor or the operations director.