Founded in 1946, Radio Frequency Company, Inc., a private corporation, is the world leader in high tech industrial RF process heating systems. RFC’s equipment is sought after by major domestic and international corporations to improve their products using Radio Frequency waves.
Throughout its history, Radio Frequency has a proven track record of producing the highest quality RF processing systems in the Industry. With a very solid financial position and market outlook, Radio Frequency Company continues to expand by improving process heating applications through the use of Radio Frequency Company’s Macrowave™ RF technology.
RFC continues to broaden its customer base with the regular addition of new niche markets through innovation. Its ever-widening customer base over a diverse assortment of industries, including manufacturers of, cookies, crackers, ceramics, chemicals, plastics, textiles, pharmaceuticals, wood products, etc. enhances the stability of the company’s business through uncertain economic conditions.
The company seeks ambitious individuals looking forward to working in an organization that provides opportunity to improve their skills and appropriate advancement and reward for achievers. RFC genuinely cares about the success of its employees by offering hands-on training and tuition assistance to motivated individuals.
*Note: Eligibility for company benefits is based on permanent, full time employees only. Various terms are outlined in the company’s employee manual. Benefits eligibility and/or profile can be subject to change without notice.
Electrical/Mechanical with Field Service Technician
We are looking for an experienced electro-mechanical technician to evaluate, assemble, and maintain electrical systems in our equipment. The technician does not design electrical systems but will identify potential problems in design. Have a good understanding of wiring requirements. Be willing to learn how and what Radio frequency generators are. How they work and what is required to adjust them.
To be successful as a technician, you should be able to read electrical system design plans and recommend improvements, as well as calibrate instruments, and diagnose faulty equipment.
You should have an understand of pumps and fans.
Stock / Shipping / Receiving Clerk “B”
This position reports directly to the Materials Manager, or designee.
Under limited supervision, performs manual and clerical duties in material areas such as receiving, storing and issuing materials, parts, supplies and equipment. Receives material, checks against documentation for nomenclature, identification and quantity; sorts, counts, checks received goods, raw materials, finished or semi-finished parts and subassemblies; stores articles in proper location according to identifying factors; researches part numbers; pulls items and fills orders and issues material, supplies, components and parts from stock; prepares stock kits for production departments and verifies count or documents the shortage; keeps stock in orderly arrangement. May deliver material to requestor. Maintains files and documentation and participates in physical inventory and cycle counting effort as directed.
Utilizes small hand tools, proportional scales, and operates material handling equipment, including fork lifts, skids, pallet handlers, and hand trucks.
Utilizes computer display terminal to check stock, etc.
Responsible for packing and shipping of parts and assemblies.
Drives own vehicle to pick-up and deliver materials to vendors, etc. as required.
May be called upon to perform other duties that the Materials Manager may, from time to time specify.