MAINTENANCE position for manufacturing facility
Adequate carpentry, electrical, electronics and plumbing experience necessary for building and machine maintenance and repair. The more experience you have the better. Applicant must be reliable, self motivated, organized, have trouble shooting skills and be able to work alone or as a team.
Full Time: 40+ hours/week and Steady Over Time (8-10 hours/wk at least 8 months of the year) $$$
Monday through Friday and partial Saturdays as needed.
Pay based on experience.
We offer Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Quarterly Bonus Program, 401(k), Group Health Insurance, Dental & Vision Insurance, Supplemental Insurances, and Steady OT.
About Ohiopyle Prints, Inc.
We are a screen printer nestled in the scenic Laurel Highlands of Pennsylvania, next to Ohiopyle State Park. Our company started as a two man operation in 1981 and has grown to become one of the nation’s leading imprinted sportswear companies, employing over 130 people. We service supermarkets, drug stores, ski resorts, whitewater rafting companies, parks, campgrounds, and souvenir gift shop locations nationwide. You've probably seen our shirts in stores across the country but just didn't know they were printed right here in your own backyard!
We are the leading manufacturer and supplier of school apparel and accessories to grocery store and pharmacy retailers. It is our desire, as well as the desire of many of our grocery and drug store partners, to help financially support schools in the neighborhoods in which we work and live. This is accomplished through our high school spirit wear donation program. We are proud to say that since our first check was cut we have distributed over 6 million dollars to schools across our nation.
We are a company rich in pride. We are dedicated to being a socially, ethically and environmentally responsible company. To ensure that our beautiful land is here for years to come, one of our top priorities is to stay "green." We actively recycle cardboard, aluminum, and paper. In addition, we use a total chemical/water reclamation system, reducing our water usage by 1,500 gallons a day.