Employees take pride in their craftsmanship, knowing the parts they make service the healthcare, food service, defense, computer, and aerospace industries. Our custom Automation shop, Engineered Automation of Maine (EAM), is an industry leader that designs and builds some amazing automation machines, which include production robots. Our EAMVision machine-vision integrator-inspection systems take quality inspection and product measurement to new heights.
Our reputation is built upon the talents and integrity of our employees. We value the contributions of every person that is a part of Prescott Metal. As you help build Prescott Metal’s success, we are committed to helping you frame a prosperous future! We offer challenging career opportunities, competitive salaries, and a comprehensive suite of benefits to promote health and financial security for you and your family.
We operate out of a 66,000-square-foot facility that will have an air-conditioned shop (coming Spring of 2023). We also upgraded much of our equipment to include two new Amada HTC auto-tool changing press brakes, an Amada C-1 Laser/Punch combination machine, an Amada fiber-optic laser, and two new IPG Photonics LightWeld XC machines.
We offer a no-contribution medical plan, a no-contribution dental plan for employees, a free short-term disability plan, and a $10,000 life insurance policy.
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At Prescott Metal, our employees are our most valuable resource. We believe all injuries are preventable. To achieve this objective, The company complies with all government/state regulations regarding safety and health issues. An effective Safety and Health Program is carried throughout the organization by empowering employees through our Safety Committee, comprised of employees and managers.
This program is designed to encourage all employees to promote the safety of their coworkers. To accomplish our safety and health goals, all members of Management are responsible and accountable for our safety program.
The company’s policy is to provide safe equipment, tools, training, and the necessary Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to complete the job. It is the employee’s responsibility to follow the rules established for their protection and the protection of others and use the required PPE provided by the company. Employees are encouraged to contact the Safety Committee or Management if they have any questions or see any unsafe conditions.