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To apply, please contact Sue at 603-355-3903 ext. 200, email, or stop by our facility at 32 Optical Ave, Keene, NH 03431 to complete an application. 

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Chemical Engineer

Job Type:

    Hours: 40-45 hours per week
    Salary Range: Based on experience
    Reports to: SnF Manager

Job Description:

  • •      The Chemical Engineer will oversee all chemistry for the anodizing process.
  • •      Find/Implement process improvements.
  • •      Diagnose and find solutions for process issues.
  • •      Write line forms & work instructions.
  • •      Anodizing Line: tank chemical testing & scheduling of testing, perform titrations and titration maintenance, anodizing documentation
  • •      Quarterly Wastewater testing & reporting, wastewater management.
  • •      Chemical purchasing & SDS/TDS logs.
  • •      Hazardous Waste Coordinator Training (as backup) & testing & waste manifests.
  • •      Schedule and perform tank line maintenance & equipment maintenance.

       This is a hands-on roll and will be actively engaged in the daily activities of the team. The Anodizing Chemist/Chemical Engineer will be responsible to ensure all rules and schedules are followed properly and production goals are met.

    Duties & Responsibilities include but not limited to:

  • •      High school diploma or equivalent
  • •      Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds
  • •      Manufacturing/Racking/Metal Finishing experience
  • •      Ability to read blueprints
  • •      Mathematical skills
  • •      Good communication skills
  • •      Strong attention to detail
  • •      Team Player
  • •      Ability to work in a fast-paced manufacturing environment  

    Work Environment:

  • •      Daily morning meeting with SnF Finishing team.
  • •      Communicate with customers about issues and find solutions.
  • •      Hands on assistance with assisting staff with racking & un-racking parts. 
  • •      Visually inspects product prior to racking while notifying necessary management of any non-conformances. 
  • •      Work with Management to effectively utilize the anodizing capabilities, future & current processes, and maintain and ensure start up and shut down as required.
  • •      Problem solving, assist with examining and inspecting parts to ensure required specifications are met.
  • • Assigns, instructs, directs, trains, and assists employees to support production operation within the established work week.
  • • Monitors the quality of products being produced and work closely to ensure the acceptable quality of goods.
  • • Maintains time & attendance of all production staff and ensures staffing is adequate and within established guidelines.
  • • Ensures safety awareness and adherence to all safety policies & procedures
  • • Ensures employees are aware of their performance, documents incidents related to performance and addresses concerns based on the current Employee Handbook.
  • • Receive incoming OEM work, review customer requirements, and create travelers.
  • • QuickBooks: Enter Sales Orders, print Packing Slips, email Invoices
  • • Other duties as assigned.  

    Essential Mental/Physical Demands:

  • ·      Standing for extended periods of time in a manufacturing environment.
  • ·      Ability to lift and carry up to 50lbs.
  • ·      Use of safety equipment when necessary (goggles, gloves, respirator, hearing protection, etc.).
  • ·      Often exposed to wet/humid conditions, moving mechanical parts, fumes, or airborne particles.
  • ·      Noise level is usually moderate.
  • ·      Temperatures in the work environment can fluctuate with outside weather conditions.  

    Required Skills:

  • ·      Ability to read, write and communicate in English.
  • ·      Must be able to take direction from others.
  • ·      Ability to work in a team environment.
  • ·      Attention to detail is necessary.
  • ·      Ability and desire to work in a fast-paced manufacturing environment
  • ·      Ability to pass Hazardous Waste Coordinator training exam  


  • •      Supervisory skills
  • •      Team Player
  • •      Effective communication skills
  • •      Strong attention to detail
  • •      Manufacturing/Racking/Metal Finishing experience
  • •      Ability to read blueprints
  • •      Mathematical skills
  • •      Willingness to continuously learn and be open to feedback to improve individual performance
  • •      Additional Education for Chemical Engineer: BSChE  


    Machinists & Operators – All Shifts

    Job Type: Full Time

    Starting pay: $15/hr; Possibility of more depending on experience.

    • 1st Shift, Monday-Friday, 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM
    • 2nd Shift, Monday-Thursday, 3:00 PM to 12:30AM (36 hours; paid for 40)
    • 3rd Shift, Monday-Thursday, 11:00 PM to 7:00AM (32 hours; paid for 40)

    Job Description:

    Must have 3 to 5 years of experience on HAAS Mills or CNC Turning Centers. The machine operator’s responsibilities include but are not limited to measuring parts with tolerances of +-.002, maintaining cycle efficiency, minimizing cycle reload time, changing cutting tools, performing periodical maintenance, deburring parts, checking quality of parts and responsible for some Bridgeport and manual lathe work as needed.

    Other duties may be required due to production demands.


    • High School diploma or equivalent
    • 3 to 5 Years of experience
    • Strong machining background
    • Strong mechanical aptitude
    • Ability to read blueprints
    • Experience in using calipers and micrometers
    • Good communication & multi-tasking skills
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Team player
    • Willingness to continuously learn and be open to feedback to improve individual performance
    • Make good use of downtime
    • Neat and orderly work area
    • Availability to work overtime as needed