Utility Technician at Crucible Industries, LLC

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Regular Full-Time
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Crucible Industries


Crucible Industries, LLC. is seeking an entry level Utility Technician candidate who is willing to work rotating shifts and would require working both day/night shifts and overtime, in a drug free work environment. Previous manufacturing experience is preferred and mechanical aptitude is required.


  • Safety is our #1 priority, work safely and follow all safety procedures
  • Operate various machines and pieces of equipment
  • Produce a quality product
  • Maintain traceability and product identity

Min Compensation

USD $21.60/Hr.

Max Compensation

USD $22.60/Hr.


  • High school diploma or General Education Degree (GED)
  • Basic math and reading
  • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds with or without reasonable accommodation
  • Able to work shifts
  • Perform in a non-temperature controlled environment

Company Website

Company Profile

Crucible's roots trace back to 1776, when the Naylor and Sanderson Steel Mill was established in Sheffield, England. A century later, the company – then known as Sanderson Brothers - was exporting increasing quantities of tool steel to America and it was decided to establish a steelmaking plant in Syracuse, New York.


One hundred and thirty-three years later, we have been reborn as Crucible Industries LLC.





Although we have changed and evolved since that time, the one thing we have not changed is our relentless commitment to quality and to our employees.

We believe that our Steelworkers are the finest in the world. When you work with Crucible Industries you can be sure you are getting the finest steel, as well as the finest customer service in the Specialty Steel Industry.


Crucible Industries is an AS9100D/EN 9100:2016 / JISQ 9100:2016, ISO 9001:2015 – ANSI/ISO/ASQ Q9001-2015, Pressure Equipment Directive (PED) Annex I, Paragraph 4.3 of 2014/68/EU or 97/23/EC 7/2 registered company.


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