Our Grand Rapids MI location is accepting applications for a second shift Maintenance Assistant. This position has responsibilities for assisting the maintenance department with: the preventative maintenance program, repairing, installing, modifying, and/or relocating equipment, maintaining facility and grounds, and safety compliance. Must be mechanically inclined, have hand tools and be able to qualify for a hi-lo license. Skill trade […]
Magic Steel is a customer service driven organization that is always looking for people who are dedicated in meeting and exceeding our external and internal customer’s expectations. Whether you are a recent graduate, an intern, looking for a new career, or would like to build on the experience you already have, Magic Steel can be a great place to develop your potential.
We offer a family orientated environment with opportunities for advancement. Magic Steel encourages promotion from within by first posting new jobs internally to give our employees the opportunity to grow.
With committed leadership, a focus on great service, and upholding personal and business integrity, Magic Steel believes that it is our employees that makes our business successful. In addition to market-competitive pay, we offer our full time employees:
- Health, Dental, Vision, Short/Long Term Disability and Life Insurance
- 401(k)) Retirement Savings Plan with Company Match
- Earned Time Off
- Paid Holidays
- Shift Premium for 2nd and 3rd shifts
- Paid Training
- Tuition Reimbursement
- Employee’s Assistance Program
- Wellness Challenges
- Safety Shoe and Glass Reimbursement
- Opportunities to Give Back to Our Local Communities
Are you ready to meet our customers’ needs while strengthening or starting your career? If so, apply now to join the Magic Team!
We are currently accepting applications for second shift Crane Operators. The Crane Operator has responsibilities to run overhead cranes and move material as needed. They assist in receiving, packaging, organizing finished goods and loading trucks. Position requires measuring material; reading charts, tags, and written procedures; and completing paperwork. Qualified candidates must be capable of obtaining a forklift license, use calipers, tape measure, micrometer, hand tools, and plasma cutters.