Quality Technicians; Material Handler / Technician Trainee; Quality Assurance Inspectors
HQC in Oswego, a Plastic Injection Molding company
Several openings and shifts
Entry level no exp. needed (packer/inspectors)
Watching product come off the machine, checking for defects or contamination, packing
product into boxes, lifting on to pallets, getting them ready for shipping, attention to details.
1st, 2nd, & 3rd shift full time (rotating weekends) 5 days per week
Part time - working 2 to 3 days per week - 8 hour shifts
Material Handler / Technician Trainee
Mix material, keep machines full of material, mechanical skills helpful using hand tools,
fork lift experience helpful & other duties as assigned, a little heavier lifting, attention to details.
2nd & 3rd shift full time (rotating weekends)
Quality Assurance Inspectors
Go to a number of assigned machines every hour checking parts, testing parts, filling out paperwork, following a part from start up to end of run, making decisions if a part gets put on hold and all of this according to customer specifications. Experience preferred, Detailed work, basic computer, use of measuring tools, micrometers, calipers, etc. helpful.
1st, 2nd, & 3rd shift (1 opening per shift) full time
$16.00-$18.50 or depends on exp.
1st-6:45a-3:15p, 2nd-2:45p-11:15p, 3rd-10:45p-7:15a
HQC began as a precision injecting molding company in September 1987.
Since then, we have grown into a full-service manufacturer of custom closures and medical devices.
During our formative years, we particularly specialized in molded parts for the automotive and appliance industries. Our problem-solving approach to customer service became evident even in our earliest projects. Just one example was our first molded parts for Harley-Davidson. The iconic motorcycle manufacturer had been contending with plastic hinges that were breaking on radio covers. We solved the issue by innovating a way to insert molded brass hinges in place of the plastic ones.
As we continued serving customers, many of them told us of their inability to find an injection molder that could support and consult them beyond injection molding. Some injection molders also worked only with certain materials, limiting their flexibility to serve and problem-solve.
This interaction with customers continued raising our awareness of how we could become a greater resource to them in bringing the most manufacturable and marketable product to their consumers.