New career opportunities in Lebanon, Springfield

November 11, 2016

The following are two of the many career opportunities available in the Lebanon and Springfield areas. For more information about these openings and others, contact the career center in Lebanon 270-692-6870 or stop by 516 Workshop Lane.

Montebello Packaging, Lebanon

Qualified candidates will have, at a minimum, a high school graduate or equivalent. Should have a State Machinist Journeyman's card, or equivalent technical training, or demonstrated experience and be enrolled (or be willing to be enrolled) in an Apprenticeship Machinist program at a technical school. Must be able to properly handle the machines and materials that are used to produce tooling. Have the ability (or ability to learn) to read blue prints and sketches. Must be available to work any shift. This position may progress to Tool and Die Maker.

Toyotomi America Corp., Springfield

This opening is for second shift. The tool and die team leader will assist in providing leadership and coordinating the activities of the Die Maintenance department. Requirements include a high school diploma or GED, or equivalent combination of education and experience; technical certification and three+ years related experience. The right candidate has strong technical skills; ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables; personal computer and software skills; and the ability to apply mathematical concepts (i.e. algebra, geometry). Non-technical qualifications include leadership, people development, interpersonal skills, communication skills, good judgement and problem solving skills and performance skills.



The Kentucky Career Center – Lincoln Trail helps match job seekers with local employment and training opportunities. Our business solutions team offers employers of all sizes and industries personalized support to build a competitive workforce. We are an equal opportunity employer.
Program is funded with Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act Title I funds through the Kentucky Education and Labor Cabinet and the Lincoln Trail Workforce Development Board.
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