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Posted: Feb 14 2012, 11:00 AM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 20-June 05
I understand that you are the shop instructor for classes held at City College. As I understand it you teach the basic principles of machining, MasterCam, and knowledge of G&M codes.
Now as a community college does it happen that you have people who are working as machinist who want to learn programming so they can progress in their careers? I work for a local staffing agency ( we’re actually the 2nd largest staffing agency in the world) and I’m occasionally looking for experienced CNC Mill and Lathe operators, as well as programmers and mold makers in the San Diego/Poway area.
I like to team up with local resources if we can assist one another ( you with people, me with jobs) however a few issues:
1. We cannot send out UNEXPERIENCED operators. Our clients do not use a recruiting firm to hire entry level.
2. Background screenings: We cannot normally place people with criminal backgrounds
Ira Beltran | STAFFING CONSULTANT| Randstad USA
2020 Camino Del Rio North, Suite 105 |San Diego, CA 92108
Office: 619.491.0247|Fax: 619.491.9438