Indium Corporation has declared immediate openings for Production Operators and other positions at its Rome and Clinton facilities and is offering prospective employees the opportunity for immediate interviews as part of its job fair from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 17, at Borza’s Recreation Center, 45 Seymour Lane in Westmoreland.
All levels of experience are welcome and on-the-spot offers will be made to qualified candidates plus a $500 sign-on bonus, subject to terms, for Production Operator positions.
“As part of the continuing expansion of our manufacturing capabilities due to increased demand, we are excited to offer the opportunity for area residents to explore the endless opportunities that Indium Corporation has to offer,” said Dawn Roller, Associate Vice President of Human Resources.
More than 50 Production Operator positions are available at its 5836 Success Drive, Rome facility and about 15 positions are available at its 34 Robinson Road, Clinton facility as Indium Corporation continues to expand its manufacturing capabilities in the Mohawk Valley.
The materials that production operators help create play an important role in some of the industry’s most popular products—from cars and cell phones to premium consumer electronics, security systems, and much more.
This also includes ensuring essential industries are supplied with needed materials during the pandemic, such as ventilators for the medical community and the continued development of telecommunication devices for first responders.
Translators will be available at the job fair to assist prospective employees; Indium Corporation offers English as a Second Language (ESL) courses for employees at no cost.
Production Operator responsibilities can vary but generally include operating equipment, or performing duties to process, mix, form, assemble, and package raw metals, formed metals parts, or inorganic compounds into finished products for distribution to customers globally.
Work is largely directed and performed under close or general supervision.
As an essential business that has remained operational throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Indium Corporation has worked diligently as a leader among local manufacturers in the development of The Manufacturing Pledge to help keep employees safe and factories running.