CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

Fogg is a family-owned business in its third generation of family ownership. Built on strong values and a passion for delivering the highest quality products for their customers, Fogg strives to be a leader in both innovation and product quality.

All positions require background checks, physicals, drug screens and valid driver’s license. Fogg provides an excellent benefits package for their employees. To be considered for this position, please fill out the application below, and email it along with your cover letter, resume and salary requirements to careers@foggfiller.com

Currently we are searching for qualified candidates to fill the following positions:

PLEASE SELECT BELOW FOR DETAILS OF OPEN POSITIONS

3rd shift CNC Lathe Setup Operator/Programmer

BASIC FUNCTION

Setup, operate, and program CNC equipment to produce precision Fogg parts in a timely manner. Includes modifying, or repairing parts or assemblies, applying knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, layout, and machining procedures.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

1. Program, setup, and operate cnc lathes. Machine parts to specifications on detail prints provided, or as instructed. This may include programming your own parts as well as other parts in the department.
2. Set up tooling, work pieces, and CNC machine offsets as needed.
3. Supply and maintain measuring, and set up tools, which are common to the machinist’s trade.
4. Record part set-up, programing, and run time through Counterpart when necessary for tracking of time on specific jobs.
5. Monitor due dates on the process sheets, and complete all work as scheduled.
6. Deliver parts to other departments in the plant as necessary.
7. Provide verbal, and written feedback to appropriate members of the manufacturing group.
8. Perform work, and cross train on various positions or equipment as required.
9. Maintain a professional appearance at all times, representing Fogg in a professional and courteous manner.
10. A quality check is required on all parts that you manufacture. This may be an internal or external process.
11. Work overtime when approved and scheduled by your manager.
12. Maintain safety and cleanliness of work area by performing housekeeping duties daily. Including, but limited to trash, coolant, work area etc.

SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS

1. High School diploma preferred.
2. Experience in a manufacturing setting preferred.
3. Must have good manual and verbal dexterity.
4. Must be able to work independently.
5. Programming experience preferred.

Machinery Assembler/Service

Basic Function:

Build Fogg filling equipment, and parts assemblies in a timely manner maintaining a smooth flow of parts and products from production to crating for delivery to customer. Service and/or install equipment in the field when necessary.

Job Functions:

  1. Fully assemble and test run fillers, parts assemblies and related equipment.
  2. Disassembles, prepares and crates parts and equipment for shipment to customers per Fogg packaging standards.
  3. Designs, welds, machines, and fabricates parts as necessary. Document your work and communicate with the Engineering department to ensure prints are drawn.
  4. Reorders parts needed through Parts Coordinator or Materials Manager when necessary.
  5. Photograph machines, complete check lists and document all information relating to each machine.
  6. Travel periodically to customers for installation and/or service of Fogg machine Up to two (2) weeks per machine. Up to 30% of the year for travel service work.
  7. Gain a working knowledge of basic electronic functions of the machines, as well as understanding basic PLC and servo functions; be able to modify programs as needed to improve performance of equipment.
  8. Route parts to other departments in the factory as necessary.
  9. Ensures and maintains safety and cleanliness of work area by performing housekeeping duties daily.
  10. Provides verbal/written feedback to appropriate member regarding engineering, manufacturing and/or routing problems with parts and/or equipment.
  11. Work overtime when scheduled by your supervisor.
  12. In the event of any emergency contact your supervisor, or plant manager immediately. If you are unable to locate them, use your own judgement.
  13. Performs and cross trains on various positions as required.
  14. Completes appropriate paperwork. 
  15. Meets daily production requirements.
  16. Maintains a professional appearance at all times, representing Fogg in a professional and courteous manner.
  17. When QC Department requires additional assistance due to production demands, you will be required to help in that department.

Specific Requirements:

  1. High School diploma preferred.
  2. Experience in a manufacturing setting preferred.
  3. On the job training provided.
  4. Must have good manual dexterity and the ability to communicate with coworkers.
  5. Valid Passport-preferred.
  6. Must have basic computer knowledge.
Mechanical Design Engineers

BASIC FUNCTION

Individual works under the direction of Level II design engineers or engineering managers designing and documenting new products and product line enhancements and material. Works with manufacturing to determine the best manufacturing process for existing and new products. Works with quality personnel to insure that all quality aspects of product design and manufacturing are met by applying engineering principals under supervision of a Level II design engineer or engineering manager.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Performs in depth investigation into materials, processes and products, as assigned by Level II Engineers or Engineering Managers.
  • Utilizes sound engineering principles to design new products or modify existing ones from information provided by: customer request/feedback, sales/sales engineers, manufacturing personnel or Fogg service team under supervision of Level II Engineers or Engineering Managers.
  • Works with manufacturing to determine the best design to minimize labor and overhead costs.
  • Works with other Level II Engineers to review form, fit and function of product designs by utilizing SolidWorks.
  • Develops engineering detail and assembly documentation to support tooling quotations, manufacturing and manufacturing preparation under supervision of Level II Engineers or Engineering Managers.
  • Requests prototypes from outside suppliers, or manufacturing, to be used for engineering performance, concept evaluation and reliability testing.
  • Assembles prototype product using power and hand tools. Lifts/moves parts weighing up to 40 pounds during engineering evaluations to determine form, fit and function.
  • Initiates and coordinates development programs which will increase cost efficiency resulting in smoother workflow for manufacturing. Including testing and analysis of materials, processes and prototypes.
  • Analyzes competitive products by evaluating materials, manufacturing processes, product performance and packaging.
  • Contacts and when necessary visits customers, suppliers, and agencies to obtain information relative to existing products, purchased parts, material selections, or manufacturing processes.
  • May be asked to travel and provide engineering field support for customer base and/or our dealer/agents, maintaining optimum quality customer service, as required.
  • Support Fogg customers and Sales Department on project control specifications. Answer engineering customer service telephone calls.
  • Maintain a professional appearance at all times representing Fogg in a professional and courteous manner.
  • When QC Department requires additional assistance due to production demands, you will be required to help in that department.

Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills.  Must have PC/Computer skills, which include knowledge of word processing, data analysis  and spreadsheet applications.  Must be able to work in a team-oriented environment.

Buffer

Polish, buff, and crate Fogg parts assemblies and equipment in a timely manner maintaining a smooth flow of parts and products from production to crating for delivery to customer. To assist in various job assignments throughout the production facility as directed by Buffing Manager.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Performs various polishing, buffing, deburring, painting, sandblasting, cleaning and acid washing of parts and/or products utilizing necessary tools and equipment. Ensures product consistency per engineering blueprints and quality specifications, as provided or instructed.
  2. Assists crater when necessary to crate parts and equipment for shipment to customers per Fogg packaging standards.
  3. Route parts to other departments in the factory as necessary.
  4. Ensures and maintains safety and cleanliness of work area by performing housekeeping duties daily.
  5. Provides verbal/written feedback to appropriate member regarding engineering, manufacturing and/or routing problems with parts and/or equipment.
  6. Work overtime when scheduled by Buffing Manager.
  7. In the event of any emergency contact buffing Manager, or Plant Manager immediately. If you are unable to locate them, use your own judgement.
  8. Performs and cross trains on various positions as required.
  9. Completes appropriate paperwork.
  10. Meets daily production requirements.
  11. Monitor the due dates on process sheets and complete all work by the scheduled due date, fill in time, sign and date.
  12. Maintains a professional appearance at all times, representing Fogg in a professional and courteous manner.
  13. When QC Department requires additional assistance due to production demands, you will be required to help in that department.

SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS

  1. High School diploma preferred.
  2. Experience in a manufacturing setting preferred.
  3. On the job training provided.
  4. Must have good manual dexterity and the ability to communicate with coworkers.
  5. Valid Passport-preferred.
3rd shift Manual Machinist

Setup, and operate manual saws, lathes, mills, drills and arbor presses…etc. to produce precision Fogg parts in a timely manner.  Reads blueprints and work orders for product specifications, such as dimensions and tolerances.  Reads tooling instructions, such as fixtures, feed rates, and determines sequence of operations.  Includes modifying, or repairing parts or assemblies, applying knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, layout, and machining procedures.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Setup, and operate manual machines. Machine parts to specifications on detail prints provided, or as instructed.
  2. Setup, and operate vertical and horizontal saws as needed.
  3. Set up tooling, work pieces, and fixtures as needed.
  4. Maintain measuring, and set up tools, which are common to the machinist’s trade.
  5. Record part set-up, and run time through Counterpart when necessary for tracking of time on specific jobs.
  6. Monitor due dates on the process sheets, and complete all work as scheduled.
  7. Deliver parts to other departments in the plant as necessary.
  8. Provide verbal, and written feedback to appropriate members of the manufacturing group.
  9. Perform work, and cross train on various positions or equipment as required.
  10. Maintain a professional appearance always, representing Fogg in a professional and courteous manner.
  11. A quality check is required on all parts that you manufacture. This may be an internal or external process.
  12. Work overtime when approved and scheduled by your manager.
  13. Maintain safety and cleanliness of work area by performing housekeeping duties daily. Including, but limited to trash, coolant, work area etc.

SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS

  1. High School diploma preferred.
  2. Experience in a manufacturing setting preferred.
  3. Must have good manual and verbal dexterity.
  4. Must be able to work independently.
  5. Machining experience preferred.
3rd shift CNC Mill Setup Operator/Programmer

Setup, operate, and program CNC equipment to produce precision Fogg parts in a timely manner.  Includes modifying, or repairing parts or assemblies, applying knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, layout, and machining procedures.  

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Program, setup, and operate cnc mills. Machine parts to specifications on detail prints provided, or as instructed. This may include programming your own parts as well as other parts in the department.
  2. Set up tooling, work pieces, and CNC machine offsets as needed.
  3. Supply and maintain measuring, and set up tools, which are common to the machinist’s trade.
  4. Record part set-up, programing, and run time through Counterpart when necessary for tracking of time on specific jobs.
  5. Monitor due dates on the process sheets, and complete all work as scheduled.
  6. Deliver parts to other departments in the plant as necessary.
  7. Provide verbal, and written feedback to appropriate members of the manufacturing group.
  8. Perform work, and cross train on various positions or equipment as required.
  9. Maintain a professional appearance at all times, representing Fogg in a professional and courteous manner.
  10. A quality check is required on all parts that you manufacture. This may be an internal or external process.
  11. Work overtime when approved and scheduled by your manager.
  12. Maintain safety and cleanliness of work area by performing housekeeping duties daily. Including, but limited to trash, coolant, work area etc.

SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS

  1. High School diploma preferred.
  2. Experience in a manufacturing setting preferred.
  3. Must have good manual and verbal dexterity.
  4. Must be able to work independently.
  5. Programming experience preferred.
Controls Engineer-Level II

Provides Controls Engineering support for Fogg Filler Company products and services worldwide.   Assist other departments and Fogg customers to ensure quality electrical specifications are met.  Direct Fogg Controls Engineers-Level 1 and Electrical Technicians, to design and document new products and product line enhancements of an electrical nature.  Works with manufacturing to determine the best manufacturing processes for existing and new products.  Works with quality personnel to insure that all quality aspects of product design and manufacturing are met by applying engineering principals under minimal supervision.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Performs in depth investigation into materials, processes and products assigned by management.  Provides a comprehensive written analysis for review.
  2. Utilize engineering principals to design products from information provided by Mechanical Engineering Department and R&D Department.
  3. Review electrical Bill of Materials for consistency and accuracy.
  4. Monitor wire stock and order replacement wire as needed. Monitor electrical stock and order replacements as needed. Determines proper material selection by performing static and dynamic engineering calculations with the aid of computer-aided design (CAD, personal computers (PC) and calculators).
  5. Analyzes electrical costs by performing mathematical calculations. Applies calculated data, with material costs, to determine total product material costs.
  6. Works with other engineering designers to review form, fit and function of product designs by utilizing CAD and PC’s.
  7. Provide project leadership on major installation or revision of machines and equipment. Including direct production of Fogg electrical controls.  Weld wire ways to machine bases, run conduit, pull cables, read blueprints and wire machines accordingly, track BOM parts and make sure they arrive on time.  Work with assembly department to coordinate timing of wiring and machine startup.  Build electrical panels, assist in machine disassembly for shipping.  Test safety circuits.
  8. Documents all projects and maintain in master engineering file. Insure that a bill of materials and electrical schematic are placed in the engineering file of each machine.
  9. Design and assemble prototype product using power and hand tools. Lifts/moves parts weighing up to 40 pounds, during engineering evaluations to determine form, fit and function.
  10. Assist and Support development programs which will increase cost efficiency resulting in smoother workflow for manufacturing. Including testing and analysis of materials, processes and prototypes. Prepares test requests, monitors tests, and evaluates test performance per agency and industry standards.
  11. Analyzes competitive products by evaluating materials, manufacturing processes, product performance and packaging.
  12. Contacts and when necessary visits customers, suppliers, and agencies to obtain information relative to existing products, purchased parts, material selections, or manufacturing processes.
  13. Travel and provide engineering field support for machine installation, startup and service for all of Fogg customer base and/or our dealer/agents, maintaining optimum quality customer service, as required.
  14. Support Fogg customers, Sales Department and Purchasing Department on project control specifications. Answer controls and electrical related customer service telephone calls.
  15. Maintain a professional appearance at all times representing Fogg in a professional and courteous manner.
  16. When other Fogg Departments require additional assistance due to production demands, you may be required to help in that department.

BENEFICIAL REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor of Science in engineering discipline or equivalent experience, preferred.

5 years engineering experience required, packaging industry preferred.

Electrical wiring experience in an OEM atmosphere

Experience in RSLogix 5000, Logix 500, FactoryTalk View ME, Siemens WinCC and Step 7 V5

Must be able to debug machine wiring, and high and low voltage circuits.

Attention to detail and quality of work

Self-motivated and ability to see what needs to be done

Communication skills and willingness to take on challenges

May include machine design, tooling, controls or field maintenance, mechanical desktop, 3-D drawing, Excel, Word, Autocad and/or Internet experience.

Must have a valid Passport.

Must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills

Must have PC/Computer skills, which include knowledge of word processing, data analysis and spreadsheet applications.

Must be able to work in a team-oriented environment.

Process Engineer

This individual acts as a liaison between FOGG Engineering, Sales, Manufacturing and our customers and suppliers to design, document and manufacture CIP/SIP systems, chemical blend skids and other process related equipment.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. A thorough understanding of the principles of operation and functionality of CIP/SIP systems and their relationship with production process.
  2. Research information for the preparation of manufacturing new and used machine orders. Coordinate with the Sales Engineering regarding design specifications, as well as any internal or customer derived change orders and insure correct machine changes are implemented.
  3. Coordinate with Customer and/or a third party line integrator regarding plant & line layout with recommendations and placement of Fogg equipment. Layouts imported to  AUTO CAD from 3D Solid Works models that show machine orientation, placement and utility/process connections.  Documents must be presented in a professional format.
  4. Participates in quotation process. This will be coordinated with the Fogg sales team member and may require a site visit to customer’s facility.
  5. Required to travel a minimum of 10%.
  6. Coordination with 3rd party equipment suppliers and the exchange of technical data required for the integration of their equipment.
  7. Provide after-sales customer support and troubleshooting for customer via e-mail, telephone and webinar conferences if necessary and discern whether or not a service call needs to be set up.
  8. Develop and document detailed checklists for conducting Factory Acceptance Tests on all process related equipment.
  9. Work closely with Parts and Service Department regarding start-up and extended spares, installation and commissioning.
  10. Responsible for the initial layout concept and component specification of Process and CIP skids. Provide assistance to other engineers with regard to layout of piping systems.
  11. Create and maintain project specific P&ID drawings for all Fogg projects. Drawings include all fluid and pneumatic systems for Fogg equipment.  (Fillers, Rinses, Cap Sorters, etc…)
  12. Create and maintain fluid component library for all pumps, valves, sensors, and other related equipment.
  13. Work with Controls Department to develop common control sequences and methodologies for Fogg equipment.
  14. Work with Technical Writers to develop standard documentation for Process and CIP skids, and other Fogg equipment as requested.
  15. Pursue R&D projects to increase the scope and functionality of Fogg process equipment
  16. Must hold current Michigan Steam Operators License, or be able to become licensed as required.
  17. Must have a common sense “gut feel” of pump and valve application

BENEFICIAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Associates Degree in engineering discipline preferred.
  • Five years engineering/manufacturing experience.
  • Strong customer service background required.
  • Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Must be proficient in the utilization of Auto CAD and Solid Works.
  • Must have PC skills which include word processing and spreadsheet applications.
  • Adept in various other CAD software for design, data analysis and presentations.
  • Must be willing and able to work in a team-oriented environment.
  • Valid Passport- preferred.
1st shift CNC Lathe Setup Operator/Programmer

Setup, operate, and program CNC equipment to produce precision Fogg parts in a timely manner.  Includes modifying, or repairing parts or assemblies, applying knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, layout, and machining procedures.  

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Program, setup, and operate cnc lathes. Machine parts to specifications on detail prints provided, or as instructed. This may include programming your own parts as well as other parts in the department.
  2. Set up tooling, work pieces, and CNC machine offsets as needed.
  3. Supply and maintain measuring, and set up tools, which are common to the machinist’s trade.
  4. Record part set-up, programing, and run time through Counterpart when necessary for tracking of time on specific jobs.
  5. Monitor due dates on the process sheets, and complete all work as scheduled.
  6. Deliver parts to other departments in the plant as necessary.
  7. Provide verbal, and written feedback to appropriate members of the manufacturing group.
  8. Perform work, and cross train on various positions or equipment as required.
  9. Maintain a professional appearance at all times, representing Fogg in a professional and courteous manner.
  10. A quality check is required on all parts that you manufacture. This may be an internal or external process.
  11. Work overtime when approved and scheduled by your manager.
  12. Maintain safety and cleanliness of work area by performing housekeeping duties daily. Including, but limited to trash, coolant, work area etc.

 

SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS

  1. High School diploma preferred.
  2. Experience in a manufacturing setting preferred.
  3. Must have good manual and verbal dexterity.
  4. Must be able to work independently.
  5. Programming experience preferred.