Chicago Glue & Machine is excited to be participating in the Apprentice Program with the Industry Consortium for Advanced Technical Training (ICATT)! We are offering a Mechatronics Technician Apprenticeship with the goal to have the apprentices fully trained at the end. If you are interested in working with your hands and computers and have a mechanical aptitude, this may be for you!
Do you want to have your college tuition paid in full at participating network colleges?
Do you want all material costs for exams paid for?
Do you want to have a stipend for days you have in-person learning?
Do you want on the job training that complements what you are learning in school?
Do you want the opportunity to earn bonuses for high performance?
To learn more about this amazing opportunity, APPLY TODAY!
The ICATT Team partners with companies (ICATT Network Companies such as Chicago Glue & Machine) and community colleges (ICATT Network Colleges) to develop tailored curriculum based on industry standards and individual company needs.
We offer a state of the art apprenticeship, as part of the ICATT Apprenticeship Program, which ensures that you gain practical skills as well as academic knowledge so you are prepared to start your career in manufacturing. Besides being paid during your training at our facilities in Itasca, IL, we also cover the costs for you to attend the associated college program. Upon completion of the program you will have an Associate Degree as well as national and international credentials.
Once the 3 year program is complete, there is a 2 year commitment for Apprentices who successfully complete the program. This is required to keep all education benefits, etc. that were received during the program.
To be qualified for the Apprenticeship opportunity, you must be accepted into the applicable college program, via a college placement exam. You should also have a strong interest in working with your hands, have a mechanical aptitude, and like working with computers.
What will you learn during your apprenticeship?
Mechatronics: the connection between mechanical and electrical components and systems
Set up, troubleshoot and repair mechanics, pneumatics and hydraulics
Wire up motors and drives
Use manual and CNC metalworking machinery
Choose and carry out joining techniques
Install and configure programs for hardware and software components
Build, test, modify, and maintain industrial control systems
Install, test, modify, and maintain electrical assemblies
Read technical diagrams and schematics
Choose or develop correct QA test procedures
Assemble, disassemble, secure and transport machinery and systems
Work systematically (Plan-Do-Check-Act)
Analyze problems for effective troubleshooting
Understand the importance of correct documentation
Work safely, understand appropriate precautions and use PPE correctly
Location: Itasca, IL
Company Information: As a second-generation family business, we truly think of every team member as our family. Which is why it's so important that every person who works at CGM be committed to our customers, eager to learn and detail oriented. That's the promise CGM family members make to each other.
We expect all team members to uphold our core values of Safety, Respect, Accountability, Continuous Improvement, Teamwork and Ethics.
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