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Current Openings

CNC Programmer

Department: Machine Shop
Location: Salt Lake City
Post Date: Apr 18, 2018

Essential Functions:

Creates all CNC programs - Utilizing Master Cam will create the necessary
Alpha Numeric programs that match specifications given by Product Engineering
to any specific machined component that has become part of the product line.
Uses other auxiliary software as needed to include but not limited to Solid
Works, AutoCAD, Bob cam’ Word, Excel, Access, Predator, Digiset and other
related Software.

Design all CNC Fixturing - Utilizing electronic drawings from Product
Engineering; designs, consults and develops with assistance from the team, all
fixtures and tooling for the production process of any new component that
becomes part of the Machine Shop production line.

Quality Assurance - Works with Quality Assurance and Product
Engineering in the creation of Inspection Sheets, BOM’s, Process Control,
Gages, Time Studies, Tooling Drawing Control and any additional paperwork
required to meet all dimensions on a new part machined by the CNC Centers

Trains Leads and other programmers - Trains leads and managers on new processes

Tool Crib Duties - Recommends tool upgrades as necessary. Deal with various tool vendors and tests new tools, as they become available. Assist in finding solutions to tool breakage issues.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
•Basic computer skills in word-processing, spreadsheets and Access.
•Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
•Problem solving, decision-making and organizational skills.
•Advanced shop math and trigonometry skills.
•Ability to read blue prints and design fixtures.
•General understanding of GDT.
•Knowledge of SPC requirements.
•Master Cam, Solid Works and Auto Cad abilities preferred. Other Cad-Cam software is acceptable.
•Familiar with cutting tools and applications.
•Complete knowledge of Quality Assurance, ISO preferred.
•Good understanding of Lean Philosophies


Required Previous Experience:
•3 yrs. Machinist
•3 yrs. CNC Programmer


Preferred Training & Education:
•5+ yrs. Machinist
•AA or Certificate from Vocational School
•3 yrs. CAM Programming

How to Apply:

Email your resumé, cover letter and references to [email protected]

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CNC Operator - 2nd Shift

Department: Machine Shop
Location: Salt Lake City
Post Date: Jun 06, 2018

While upholding Hoyt’s Policies and Mission and Values Statements, the CNC Operator I is responsible for safe and proficient operation of the CNC machine used in the process of manufacturing handles and small parts for bows.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

 Ability to pay attention to detail.
 Ability to set up, start-up and re-zero machinery according to specifications.
 Knowledge of tools used in the manufacturing process and ability to replace broken parts in a quick, efficient manner.
 Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.

Training :
High school diploma or equivalent.

Preferred:
1+ years running CNC Machine

How to Apply:

Email your resumé, cover letter and references to [email protected]

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Production Workers

Department: VARIOUS
Location: Salt Lake City
Post Date: Jul 27, 2018

Hoyt Archery, a premier manufacturer of archery products, is currently seeking skilled Production Workers to carry out various tasks in our busy warehouse. The ideal candidate will have some mechanical or construction experience, excellent communication skills and a high degree of mechanical aptitude. The successful applicant will be responsible for operating production line equipment, finishing products and reporting any issues with equipment or product. All qualified, responsible applicants are encouraged to apply.

Responsibilities May Include:
• Operate Production Machinery
• Assemble goods on production lines
• Monitor the production process
• Prep product for painting
• Carry out basic quality and testing checks
• Store goods and raw materials properly in our warehouse
• Pack goods to be shipped
• Maintain work areas and equipment

Skills/Requirements
• Strong work ethic and organizational skills
• Able to multi-task in a fast-paced warehouse environment
• Capable of lifting 50 pounds unassisted
• Able to work on foot for extended periods of time
• Reliable mode of transportation


In an effort to promote a healthy lifestyle and work environment Hoyt only hires NON- TOBACCO users.

Follow the link below to apply or send your resume to [email protected]!
https://secure3.entertimeonline.com/ta/6127210.jobs?ShowAllOpenings

How to Apply:

Email your resumé, cover letter and references to [email protected]

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Maintenance Automated Controls Technician

Department: Maintenance
Location: SALT LAKE CITY
Post Date: Aug 23, 2018

While upholding Hoyt’s Policies and Mission and Values Statements, the Maintenance Automated Control Tech is primarily responsible for assisting Manufacturing Engineering staff in machine and process design and build activities. In addition, this person is also responsible for servicing major equipment breakdowns and may be used to install new utility lines (electrical, plumbing, natural gas, water, phones, etc.).

Essential Functions:
• Reading and understanding Engineering prints and schematics: Must be able to read basic engineering drawings, electrical/pneumatic hydraulic schematics, and understand the symbols, notes and applicable GD&T.
• Engineering, designing and programing of automated control panels: Must be able to design, program and build automated control panel for new process and modifications. Must also be able to trouble shoot existing automated controlled equipment.

• Reading and understanding Engineering prints and schematics: Must be able to read basic engineering drawings, electrical/pneumatic hydraulic schematics, and understand the symbols, notes and applicable GD&T.
• Fabricating replacement parts: Must be able to fabricate replacement parts in-house for Hoyt OEM equipment and machinery. Fabricate parts for non-Hoyt OEM equipment when feasible.
• Assignment of Capital Improvement projects: Take the lead on all assigned capital improvement projects, at whatever stage it is handed over from the Maintenance Manager. This may include the creation of drawings and sketches, creating a Bill of Material, fabricating necessary parts, writing or editing PLC programs, assembling and testing the project for use by production, and address potential personnel and equipment safety issues.


• Assisting in project planning, execution and completion: Assist the Manufacturing Engineering department in the planning, execution and completion of a project, including offering technical advice and rendering assistance as called upon.
• Installation of utility lines: Installs electrical distribution, up to 480 volts and 400 amps. Runs conduit, voice and data lines, liquid and pneumatic plumbing and air lines, as needed.
• Assisting in project planning, execution and completion: Assist the Manufacturing Engineering department in the planning, execution and completion of a project, including offering technical advice and rendering assistance as called upon.
• Installation of utility lines: Installs electrical distribution, up to 480 volts and 400 amps. Runs conduit, voice and data lines, liquid and pneumatic plumbing and air lines, as needed.
• Repair of major production equipment and machinery: Examine and troubleshoot problems to diagnose the cause of a machine or equipment malfunction. Dismantle, or partly dismantle, the machine, and perform repair with minimal downtime. Replace broken or defective parts with items from stock. Reassemble the machine or equipment to normal operating conditions.
• Work with outside contractors: Establish good communications with various outside contractors in achieving desired results for machine, equipment and facility maintenance projects.


Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

• Strong organizational, problem-solving and communication skills.
• Knowledge of electrical (including ability to design and build electrical panels), plumbing, natural gas, water and drainage systems.
• An understanding of electrical schematics, blue prints, and ladder logic.
• Must have a mechanical aptitude.
• Basic math skills.
• Knowledge of Spreadsheets, Databases and Word Processing programs.
• Strong PLC designing wiring and programming skills.
• Strong equipment control panel design and implementation.
• Associate’s degree, completion of a related trade school program, or equivalent experience.
• Machine Build experience 3-5 years
• Electrical, industrial wiring 3-5 years
• Major MFG Equipment and Machine servicing experience,
• Preferably in a manufacturing environment 5 + years
• Automated control design, build and programming 3 - years

How to Apply:

Email your resumé, cover letter and references to [email protected]

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Maintenance Technician - 2nd Shift

Department: Maintenance
Location: SALT LAKE CITY
Post Date: Aug 27, 2018

While upholding Hoyt’s Policies and Mission and Values Statements, the Maintenance Tech is primarily responsible for assisting Manufacturing Engineering staff in machine and process design and build activities. In addition, this person is also responsible for servicing major equipment breakdowns and may be used to install new utility lines (electrical, plumbing, natural gas, water, phones, etc.).

Responsibilities:

Maintenance Tech Responsibilities: The Maintenance Tech assists in the design, analysis and building of equipment and machinery, under the direction of the Maintenance Manager.

Mechanical Responsibilities: The Maintenance Tech assists in the design, analysis and building of equipment and machinery, under the direction of the Maintenance Manager.

Major Equipment Servicing Responsibilities: The Maintenance Techis also responsible to keep all major pieces of machinery and equipment running when the department is short handed or there are several pieces of equipment down

Minor Equipment and Facility Service Responsibilities: The Maintenance Tech will also perform equipment, process and facility maintenance tasks as assigned, or needed.

Required Skills:

 Associate’s degree, completion of a related trade school program, or equivalent experience.
 Strong organizational, problem-solving and communication skills.
 Knowledge of electrical (including ability to design and build electrical panels), plumbing, natural gas, water and drainage systems.
 An understanding of electrical schematics, blue prints, and ladder logic.
 Must have a mechanical aptitude.
 Basic math skills.
 Knowledge of Spreadsheets, Database and Word Processing programs.

How to Apply:

Email your resumé, cover letter and references to [email protected]

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