Powdered Metal Careers
- Master Die Setter
- Die Setter
- Product Engineer
- Electrical PC & C
- Millwright Helper
- Quality Engineer
- Maintenance Improvement Engineer
- Machinists and Tool and Die Makers
- Electrical Engineer
- Hot Form/Forging Die Setter
- Machine Operator
- Press Setup
- Manufacturing CNC Machining Setup
- Die Setter
- Process Analyst
- CNC Lathe Operator
- Quality Technician
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Through Your Keystone Powdered Metal Career:
- Pioneer the next technological innovations in powdered metal
- Strengthen your skills alongside the industry's most knowledgeable workforce
- Earn a comfortable living in a close-knit, affordable community
- Develop personally and professionally with the support of a caring, respectful management team
- Receive competitive compensation and benefits, including medical, dental, 401(k)—with employer contributions—life insurance, and short- and long-term disability coverage
- Advance through our on-the-job training, promotion, and support structure
- Succeed as a valued member of our family-owned, community-oriented company
- Challenge yourself each day
Our St. Marys facility regularly provides paid engineering internships for college students. We occasionally have internships available at our Lewis Run location, as well as in other career fields. Interested students should submit a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, or send it by mail to the address above.
For local high school students interested in pursuing a technical degree, we offer job shadowing programs year round for all career paths. We encourage incoming seniors to discover a rewarding trade through offerings in Machine Tool Technology, Electrical Technology, Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology, and even on-the-job training as Die Setters. Speak with your guidance counselor about enrolling in a program, or contact Human Resources directly during summer months.
Keystone is an equal opportunity employer.