Press Brake Operator
Some people dream of success, others wake up early and grab the bull by the horns…We are growing here at In The Ditch Towing Products and are looking for a full time Press Brake operator for our evening shift.
We operate State of the Art Trumpf Brand Press Brakes and seeking passionate and energetic people to join our team. This is a great opportunity to learn how to operate state of the art equipment in a clean and enjoyable shop with great people. If you have great attitude and a desire to get better every day, we would love to teach you the skills you will need to succeed here. If you want to work in a clean organized shop that believes in helping people get what they want; this may be the job for you.
Be sure to watch our Video “Join Our Team” at www.intheditch.com
In The Ditch Towing products is a manufacturing company located in Mountain Home, Idaho. We are a company that has invented and brought several hundred products to market.
At In the Ditch, we strive to be a great company built around great people and great products. We believe in having full control of our product line by doing our own engineering, marketing, production and sales.
Don’t let our small-town location lead you to believe that we are not a competitive manufacturing company. We have won several awards for our manufacturing abilities including the Idaho Spirit of Continuous Innovation award (2) time winner. We have been featured in dozens of magazines and TV shows for our innovative products and people.
Come work at a state-of-the-art facility where we operate Trumpf Lasers, Trumpf CNC Press Brakes, Hass Turning Centers, and Lincoln Robotic Welding Cells. We are also well known for our company antics and company culture (just check out our videos at www.intheditch.com).
If you enjoy an outdoor lifestyle and want to work with a company where you can make a difference, then this may be the place for you.
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