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Manufacturing Lead – Night Shift (4x 10s, Weekends Off)

By |2020-04-14T14:51:08+00:00March 14th, 2020|Job Openings|

AVI (Auto-Valve, Inc.), a quality-focused aerospace parts manufacturer, located minutes from downtown Dayton, is seeking a Manufacturing Team Lead for our growing team.  We are adding a Night Shift and seek a Team Lead possesses demonstrated machining, quality, and/or manufacturing engineering experience in a machine shop environment. Our night shift will be four ten-hour shifts

CNC Machinist Setup/Operator – Night Shift (4x 10s, Weekends Off)

By |2020-04-14T14:51:03+00:00March 14th, 2020|Job Openings|

AVI (Auto-Valve, Inc.), a quality-focused aerospace parts manufacturer, located minutes from downtown Dayton, is starting a night shift and seeking qualified CNC Setup/Operators, with multi-axis lathe and/or mill experience including setup and operation. Experienced CNC Machinists as well as those with less experience but a desire and willingness to learn, are  encouraged to apply.  Our night

Process Engineer

By |2020-04-14T14:50:56+00:00March 14th, 2020|Job Openings|

The Process Engineer is responsible for processing work as profitably as possible, whereby the end result is a quality product delivered to the customer’s satisfaction. This position will primarily and extensively involve creating detailed process plans and work instructions for the manufacturing floor to follow (routers). Other responsibilities include: Estimating/planning all phases of any complex project with

Engineering Manager

By |2020-04-14T14:50:51+00:00March 14th, 2020|Job Openings|

The Engineering Manager is responsible for the overall function of the day to day operations and achievement of AVI strategic targets primarily in the engineering area which include managing the engineering activities within the organization, implementing and maintain engineering objectives and initiatives, managing the creation and improvement of products that involve the engineering department.  Leads

CAD Designer

By |2020-04-14T14:50:44+00:00March 14th, 2020|Job Openings|

The CAD Designer  is responsible for the creation and improvement of products that involve the engineering department.  This includes the design, development, and testing of AVI products.  The CAD Designer performs complex and difficult design tasks requiring the operation and application of computer aided design equipment such as digitizer, plotter, CRT and associated peripheral equipment.

Society’s Skewed Mindset & The Biased Presentation of Post-Secondary Options: Trash the Broken Record

By |2020-03-31T16:00:58+00:00March 11th, 2020|AVI Blog|

Dr. W. Keith Campbell, author, professor, and speaker on narcissism, society, and generational change, tweeted the following on February 18, 2020: Question on college: Daughter #1 receives nice letter from Yale saying to apply. Includes cost calculator. Cost for her is $306,000. If she invests 306K and surfs for 30 years she ends up with 2.5 million

Poor Customer Service: One of the Fastest Ways to Dismantle Your Company

By |2020-03-02T21:58:59+00:00February 26th, 2020|AVI Blog|

Paul English, founder of several software companies and a multimillionaire executive who doesn’t need a side job to make ends meet, becomes an Uber driver for six months. Adrian Perkins, Mayor of Shreveport (Louisiana), completes an episode of Undercover Boss. Richard Branson, the founder of the Virgin Group, calls his customer service staff and asks

Humble Pie & Ambitious A La Mode: What Every Interviewee Should Serve

By |2020-02-20T04:45:32+00:00February 20th, 2020|AVI Blog|

Sweaty palms. Racing heart. Nervous fidgeting. Questioning yourself. Hope and uncertainty transforming into a toxic elixir, preventing your true self from escaping. No this isn’t the description of a first date gone bad. In fact, in many ways, it’s explaining something much worse. This intro describes how an interviewee feels when he or she is

When the Four-Letter Word Surfaces in the Workplace, It’s Safe to Say that Houston, We Have a Problem

By |2020-02-20T04:45:26+00:00February 12th, 2020|AVI Blog|

There is one four-letter word too often used to explain work: Hate. Not only is this four-letter word one that many argue should be stripped from the English language because of the negativity and ill-will it conjures, but it’s also a four-letter word that demolishes the hopes of a long-term positive and productive work culture.