LTC is an Equal Opportunity employer. All personnel actions are effected without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, religion, national origin, genetic information, pregnancy, disability, veteran status, or other protected characteristic pursuant to law. As a responsible organization, with the full support of LTC’s president, we resolutely support the concept and practice of Equal Employment Opportunity. We uphold federal, state, and local civil rights laws and work to ensure that all of our personnel actions and policies are in compliance and based only on valid job requirements. Additionally, we recognize and value the importance and diversity of our work force and support its various cultures. LTC is dedicated to fostering an environment that respects the dignity, rights and contributions of its employees. Violations of this policy should be reported to Human Resources. The EEO/AA official for LTC is Kris Maugans, HR Administrator, located at 2626 W. May, Wichita, KS. The phone number is (316) 944-0011.
Careers at May Street Location
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Everything we do is held up by the talent and brainpower of our employees. So the fact that you’re reading this means you’re on the right track. Check out the available positions below and apply online. If you don’t see something that fits your qualifications but you want a chance to be part of the team, feel free to let us know why.
Typical Activities Include:
- Welcoming visitors and employees to LTC.
- Answering the phones and directing calls to the appropriate personnel.
- Receiving and sorting company mail.
- Scanning paperwork.
- Provide a positive first impression upon the entrance of LTC.
Attributes: communicator, positive, humble and respectful, emotionally intelligent, problem solver, stable, and intrinsically motivated.
- Provides inspections on manufactured products using detailed drawings, models, and established processes to verify conformance to design requirements.
- Documents production non-conformance.
- Ensures company policies and procedures are complied with for the receiving and storage of composite raw materials.
- Supports Quality Management System policies and procedure documentation; assess compliance to company and industry standards, initiate and lead continual improvement and Lean Manufacturing initiatives.
Must be able to effectively communicate with engineering and production groups.
Must be self-motivated, proactive, and capable of managing priorities and tasks as delegated. Requires: hand/finger dexterity; visual acuity; ability to frequently lift/carry up to 20 lbs.; ability to stand for extended periods of time in work area with limited climate control.
Receive, check, store, and issue materials while maintaining inventory control.
Load, unload and deliver materials to various locations throughout the facility.
Prepare and package parts using proper procedures.
Use computer hardware/software to maintain inventory records, enter and retrieve data.
Handle shelf life material,and time and temperature sensitive material and chemicals.
Check, prepare, process, and file paperwork.
Keep equipment and surrounding areas neat and clean.
Safely operate a forklift and pallet jack.
Must be able to move/lift/carry objects up to 50 pounds; maneuver in close spaces; and work in areas of extreme heat or cold.
- Composite layup and bagging
- Cutting material, following template and/or work order;
- Placing layers of material together, as instructed on work order;
- Apply layers of material to a mold or tool, pressing to fit contours and remove air pockets and wrinkles;
- Encase mold in bagging material, attach vacuum apparatus, and exhaust air to seal for curing;
- Test seals to ensure part will be properly cured.
Must be able to read and understand written and verbal work orders; follow detailed instructions; and communicate questions and suggestions to supervisor. Requires: hand/finger dexterity; visual acuity; ability to lift/carry/push/pull heavy items; ability to stand for extended periods of time.