Have an electrical or mechanical aptitude and are looking for a job with great benefits? Look no further.
You will work closely with experienced technicians to learn the basics of scale service and repair. Knowledge of basic electrical concepts is preferred including an understanding of voltage, current, and resistance; simple AC and DC circuits; electrical power distribution; and use of a digital volt meter.
Mechanical experience is a plus in identifying and correcting conditions due to friction, level, and plumb.
Basic computer skills are desirable. Training will be provided, both on the job and factory-sponsored.
- High School diploma or equivalent
- Must demonstrate basic mechanical aptitude
- Must have an understanding of basic electrical concepts
- Must be able to carry at least 50 lbs
- Must be physically able to bend, stoop, and climb
- Must be able to work in all weather conditions
- Must have a valid driver’s license
- Must be able to obtain Class B Commercial Drivers License
- Must have good communications skills including good working relations with customers and fellow employees
- Computer programming and/or electrical background
- Welding and/or fabrication experience
- Associates degree or higher
Scale Technician Program
Hammel Scale holds Barton Community College’s Scale Technician program in high favorability for applicants and will interview completers of this course.
This 25 credit hour, one semester course trains and certifies future scale technicians on:
- Small and medium scales such as bench, floor, hopper, and even jewelry balances
- Large scales such as truck, rail, and livestock scales
- Retail scales from grocery stores to deli scales
To learn more about the one semester program, click here.
A scale technician at Hammel Scale isn’t just a job. It is a career with excellent benefits including the following:
- Retirement Package
- Profit Sharing
- Paid Holidays and Vacations
- Company Vehicle
Hammel Scale is a family owned scale business servicing the states of Kansas, Missouri, and the panhandle of Oklahoma for over 35 years.
If you are interested in a scale technician career servicing all scales from small laboratory balances to electronic motor truck/railroad track scales, specializing in parts counting, tank hopper, and systems applications, please email your resume to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.