WILSONVILLE, Ore.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--DWFritz Automation Inc., a leading provider of high-precision automation solutions for advanced manufacturing, today began an immediate and rapid hiring initiative to deliver complex automation systems to its clients in the consumer electronics business. The company is looking to hire 60 experienced mechanical and controls technicians and assemblers for day and swing shifts for an initial duration of three months, beginning in March. Interested candidates should apply online at: www.DWFritz.com/careers.
“We have a great opportunity to help meet some critical needs of our customers,” said Frank Cannizzaro, vice president of operations at DWFritz Automation. “Our clients have high speed manufacturing demands and we are providing advanced solutions to support them by automating their inspection and assembly needs.”
DWFritz creates advanced manufacturing systems that automate the inspection and assembly of consumer electronics, electric vehicles, and medical devices. DWFritz employees and contractor partners work with the most advanced automation solutions in the market. DWFritz has a good working environment and a fun, inclusive culture. Day and swing shifts are available for this project and interested mechanical and controls technicians and assemblers should specify which shift they prefer working. Swing shift will take place from 2 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
About DWFritz Automation
DWFritz Automation, based in Wilsonville, Oregon, USA, is a leading, global provider of high-precision automation solutions for advanced high-volume manufacturing. The Company develops, designs, builds and supports engineered-to-order automation systems specializing in various types of inspections: 2D, 3D, surface defect, and medical packaging that enable customers to control product quality. The Company also engineers high-precision assembly equipment that solves manufacturing problems using intelligent motion control, vision, and robotics. For more information please visit www.DWFritz.com or follow on Twitter: @DWFritz.