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Supplying the precision machining, fabrication, and resistance welding parts needs of the Communications, Aerospace, Defense, Machine Tool, Automotive, and Energy Industries! Stillwater products have been launched into space aboard the space shuttle, reached the depths of the ocean in nuclear submarines, and raced across the salt flats on a record-breaking electric car!

Our Work Environment

To expedite transportation in and out of our state-of-the-art facility, Stillwater Technologies was built immediately adjacent to I-75 in Troy, Ohio. Our 70,000 sq. ft. facility is located just 15 miles north of the I-70 / I-75 interchange.


Stillwater supports full time employees by offering a competitive and comprehensive benefits program which includes: Health, Dental, Vision, company paid short-term disability and long-term disability insurance, a company paid life insurance policy and the option to purchase other voluntary life products, as well as the opportunity to participate in a group 401k plan with a company match.

In addition the company offers 10 paid Holidays and a generous vacation package!

Employee Testimonials

“We have great employees that are dedicated to exceeding expectations of our customers. Additionally, the high level of quality product that we continue to supply year after year has created a reputation that I am proud to be a part of.”

Joe McDowell
22 years

“The variety of my work day helps keep me challenged and that is the environment that I work best in.”

Jeff Zeller
4 ½ years


CNC Horizontal Boring Mill Operator

We have an immediate need for a Toshiba CNC Horizontal Boring Mill Operator to set up and operate, perform machining operations according to required tolerances and specifications. This is a night shift position. Must be available to work 2nd shift hours – Stillwater Technologies offers a 15% Shift Premium!


· Set-up jobs on the machine, including; loading and securely fixturing the work-pieces onto the work table, adjust programs using zero and reference points, tool registers, offsets, and compensation.

· Calculate speeds and feeds to optimize the machining process.

· Load / unload tools and use a pre-setter to set tooling gage lengths.

· Understand and make adjustments to hold geometric dimensions and tolerances.

· Experience with machining large parts

· Read blueprints to program and run work-pieces

· Ability to edit CNC programs as required to ensure parts are made to print requirements.

· Use math, geometry, and trigonometry to complete job responsibilities

· Interface directly with internal customers or departments to deliver an estimate of completion and tooling requirements of individual machined projects.

Quality Inspector – Night Shift

This is a night shift position.

POSITION SUMMARY: The Quality Inspector is responsible for utilizing metrology equipment and methodologies to verify conformity of manufactured product to quality standards throughout all stages of production.


  • Examines manufactured / assembled products to verify conformity to acceptance criteria defined in drawings, specifications and workmanship standards.
  • Identify and contain items that do not conform, to prevent their unintended use.
  • Documents nonconforming characteristics and segregates from conforming items.
  • Support manufacturing operations by performing in-process inspections (first piece, first operation) as required by process router, or when product characteristics cannot be qualified by conventional gages by the operator.
  • Support receiving inspection when characteristics of externally provided materials exceed the measurement capabilities of the Shipping & Receiving Department.
  • Coordinates efforts with Shipping & Receiving when verification of purchased product exceeds inspection capability of Shipping & Receiving Department.
  • Completes required inspection documentation for customer files.
  • Performs other tasks as assigned



  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Possess a good understanding of blueprints, including geometric dimensioning & tolerancing (GD&T).
  • Mathematically proficient (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division and trigonometry) as required in position.
  • Possess the flexibility to adapt to changing plans, schedules or actions to provide maximum efficiency within the department.
  • Self-driven with the ability to work independently or as part of a team to meet deadlines
  • Good integrity with an uncompromising attitude to poor quality and defects to ensure substandard products do not ship to the customer.
  • Proficient with Microsoft office products.
  • Excellent communication skills, with ability to express or exchange ideas, and convey detailed or important information by means of spoken or written word.
  • Must have ability to collaborate with team to create an environment where collective synergy may contribute to the company achieving it’s objectives * Preferred:
  • Machine Shop course work or equivalent experience.
  • Experience with CMM layout and programming.
  • Familiar with CMM Manager software.
  • Experience with associated computer software (Nikon Metrology/CMM Manager).
  • Experience using gages and coordinate measuring equipment commonly used in position.