The job openings include motor technicians, welders, manual machinists, CNC machinists, coil technicians, maintenance technicians, Class A CDL drivers, winders and other technical positions for all shifts. Good hand dexterity and mechanical reasoning skills are required.
The Career Fair runs from 8 until 11 am, and FLANDERS will be conducting interviews and testing on-site.
Pre-Event Online Applications
To minimize wait time, individuals should complete the online Career Fair application prior to attending the event. Visit FlandersElectric.com and click on the Career Fair banner on the home page. Utilize the “Apply Now” link to complete and submit the Career Fair application.
Job seekers who submit an online application in advance should report to the pre-registered line upon arrival at the Career Fair. Electronic applications will be available for those who cannot apply in advance. Online applications are required to apply for any FLANDERS position.
“FLANDERS is a great place to work because the company holds our employees in high regard and we invest in training them to reach very high skill levels,” notes Diana Hurt, human resources director. “A large number of employees have been working at FLANDERS for 30 years or longer.”
The company reports it is expanding its work force because demand for FLANDERS products and services continues to grow.
FLANDERS develops advanced technologies and designs, manufactures, sells and services motors, complete power systems and automation solutions for mining, metals, utilities, alternative energy and other heavy industries.
Minor holds a master’s degree in teaching from Oakland City University and a bachelor’s degree in marketing from University of Southern Indiana.
“The need in this area was greater than we’ve seen before, but there were enough coats this year to fill every request,” Don’s Claytons owner Steve Schmitt says. “Last year we ran out of coats before we ran out of kids who needed them. So we were happy to have enough this year – and want to thank everybody who donated.”
Since the Coat-A-Kid program began in 1986, Don’s Claytons has cleaned almost 140,000 coats — all given by the community — and worked with the Salvation Army and Evansville Christian Life Centerto distribute them to area infants, children and teens.
This year the Evansville IceMen helped kick off the Coat-A-Kid campaign at Dexter Elementary School. The IceMen also a gave a free hockey game ticket for every coat dropped off at the IceMen’s “Coat-A-Kid” night.
For more information about the Coat-A-Kid program contact Don’s Claytons Fine Drycleaning at 424-9979 or talk with a staff member at any Don’s Claytons location. See listing of locations at donscleaners.com.
Schultheis Insurance is a family-owned, full-service insurance agency established inEvansvillein 1944 by Frank M. Schultheis.