039Forge Industrial Staffing is an industry leader in providing light industrial workers to a diverse roster of businesses. Our clients include many major employers within the automotive, food packaging, and greenhouse industries.

Skills We Look For

Since we work with many clients across different industries, the range of skills required for our positions are as varied as the jobs themselves.

  • Basic, entry level jobs that require no industrial experience
  • Highly skilled, advanced industrial work for job seekers that are further along in their career path

Whatever your personal experience is, Forge can help you find the job that you want!

Shifts Forge shift times vary by client however we usually have positions to fit every schedule.

  • First, second and third shifts
  • 12-hour swing shifts
  • Compact 40 hour work weeks
  • Overtime during peak times

Some of the numerous positions that we staff for include the following (this is a general list of responsibilities):


  • Produces components by assembling parts.
  • Positions parts and subassemblies by using templates.
  • Assembles components by examining connections for correct fit; fastening parts and subassemblies.
  • Maintains a safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
  • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
  • And other various job responsibilities.


CNC Operators & Programmers

  • Programs mills and lathes by entering instructions, including zero and reference points; setting tool registers, offsets, compensation, and conditional switches; calculating requirements, including basic math, geometry, and trigonometry; proving part programs.
  • Verifies settings by measuring positions, first-run parts, and sample workpieces; adhering to international standards.
  • Maintains specifications by observing drilling, grooving, and cutting, including turning, facing, knurling, and thread chasing operations; taking measurements; detecting malfunctions; troubleshooting processes; adjusting and reprogramming controls; sharpening and replacing worn tools; adhering to quality assurance procedures and processes.
  • Maintains safe operations by adhering to safety procedures and regulations.
  • And other various job responsibilities.


Forklift Drivers

  • Loading and unloading goods from vehicles such as trucks or aircraft.
  • Moving goods packed on pallets or in crates around the storage facility.
  • Stacking goods in the correct storage bays, following inventory control instructions.
  • Checking loads are secure.
  • Stacking empty pallets.
  • Performing daily equipment checks such as recharging the truck’s battery and lubricating equipment.
  • Removing machine attachments and waste material from machines.
  • Examining products to verify conformance to quality standards.
  • And other various job responsibilities.


Line Workers

  • Receive objects or parts as they come down the assembly line (conveyer belt).
  • Hand-assemble products.
  • Use any hand-held tools that are necessary.
  • Pass your assembled product on to the next team member so they can complete their duties.
  • And other various job responsibilities.


Machine Operators

  • Perform machine setups (calibration, cleaning, etc.) to start a production cycle.
  • Control and adjust the functions and settings of machines (e.g. speed).
  • Feed the necessary raw material or parts to semi-automated machines.
  • Inspect parts with precision and measuring tools to ensure they meet requirements.
  • Test the operation of machines periodically to guarantee their smooth running.
  • Fix issues that might occur during the shift.
  • Check output to discover any machine-related mistakes or flaws.
  • Keep records of approved and defective units or final products.
  • Maintain activity logs.
  • And other various job responsibilities.



  • Clean debris and dust from the assigned areas.
  • Use specialized equipment to perform cleaning duties.
  • Perform both major and minor repair work around the building.
  • Replace broken windows and door locks.
  • Take measures to perform maintenance on equipment and tools.
  • Perform general maintenance on sanitary and mechanical systems of buildings.
  • Collect waste and ensure proper waste management procedures are carried out.
  • Assist with construction or remodeling projects.
  • Move furniture and equipment upon instruction.
  • Maintain the overall condition of the building and grounds.
  • And other various job responsibilities.


Material Handlers

  • Maintains production and distribution of product by pulling orders from inventory; delivering production materials and supplies; staging finished product.
  • Locates materials and supplies by pulling and verifying materials and supplies listed on production orders.
  • Prepares finished stock for shipment by identifying, pulling, packing, crating, loading, and securing product.
  • And other various job responsibilities.



  • Pack or package by hand a wide variety of products and materials.
  • Assemble, line, and pad cartons, crates, and containers using hand tools.
  • Place or pour products or materials into containers, using hand tools and equipment, or fill containers from spouts or chutes.
  • Seal containers or materials, using glues, fasteners, nails, and hand tools.
  • Load materials and products into package processing equipment.
  • And other various job responsibilities.


QC Inspection

  • Maintains quality standards by approving incoming materials, in-process production, and finished products; recording quality results.
  • Approves incoming materials by confirming specifications; conducting visual and measurement tests; rejecting and returning unacceptable materials.
  • Approves in-process production by confirming specifications; conducting visual and measurement tests; communicating required adjustments to the production supervisor.
  • Approves finished products by confirming specifications; conducting visual and measurement tests; returning products for re-work; confirming re-work.
  • And other various job responsibilities.


Shipping & Receiving

  • Preparing freight shipments.
  • Shipping and receiving, pick products from warehouse stocks.
  • Ensure that all received products are accounted for, and stocked in the most efficient picking location, and within the company’s allocated stocking timeframe.
  • Verify items included on packing slips prior to packing for shipment and alert the shipping manager to any potential issues.
  • Maintain clean shipping workstations and warehouse space.
  • Maintains a clean, safe work environment and upholds the company’s productivity and safety standards.
  • And other various job responsibilities.



  • Prepares orders by processing requests and supply orders; pulling materials; packing boxes; placing orders in the delivery area.
  • Maintains quality service by following organization standards.
  • Maintains a safe and clean work environment by keeping shelves, pallet area, and workstations neat; maintaining a clean shipping supply area; complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
  • And other various job responsibilities.



  • Lays out, positions, and secures parts and assemblies according to specifications.
  • Tack-welds or welds components and assemblies, using welding equipment.
  • And other various job responsibilities.


Why Go Through Forge?

  • Forge employees have the opportunity to showcase their skills to some of the top companies in the area, allowing each side the chance to determine whether there is a good long-term fit.
  • We have numerous positions that are designed to grow into regular, full-time positions with our clients and feature a competitive salary structure.
  • In many cases, companies will only hire people after they have spent time working at their location through Forge.

The Benefits of Working With Forge

  • Immediately upon starting an assignment with Forge, employees are eligible for a generous benefits package. Coverage includes medical, dental, vision, short-term disability and life insurance.
  • Most of our clients include temporary employees in their safety and production incentive programs.

No matter where you are in your job search, whether you’re just starting out, have a very specific set of skills to offer or you’re just looking for a better opportunity – Forge Industrial Staffing has positions to meet every need! 

If you have not yet applied with Forge, take the opportunity to do so online or at one of our conveniently located local offices. We’re ready and waiting to help you find the perfect job!