Tyler Union is located in Anniston, AL. Since 1893, Tyler Union has been committed to being a safe workplace for team members, providing high-quality products to our customers and being a good neighbor in the community where we operate.
Tyler Union is a proud member of the McWane, Inc. family of companies.
McWane’s role as one of the world’s leading suppliers of waterworks products is based on the fulfillment of our responsibilities to our team members, our communities and our customers. We realize that a diverse workforce is a strong workforce. By valuing individual differences and recruiting team members with diverse backgrounds and skills, regardless of race, gender or ethnicity, McWane employs the industry’s most knowledgeable people in the areas of production, manufacturing and management. By leveraging our team members' insights and experiences throughout our organization, we better serve our customers and create innovation in markets where our products are used.
As McWane’s founder, J. R. McWane, said “The glory of business is not to make money out of it alone, but to make progress in it, to develop men and women and methods and products, to improve the state of the art.”
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Operate heavy equipment, such as roll-off trucks and dump trucks, to transport non-hazardous waste products, sand, scrap, and other materials to appropriate points during the production of ductile iron pipe fittings.
The Product Engineering Intern will be in a role learning about the development and manufacture of ductile iron pipe fittings for the water works industry and developing increasing knowledge about engineering and manufacturing fundamentals. The Product Engineering Intern must be in the process of obtaining a degree in engineering (masters, bachelors, or associates), technology, manufacturing, or similar applicable education, with a desire to work in the foundry industry.
Directly supervise, coordinate, and plan the activities of CNC Flange Machinists in the facing, milling, and drilling of multiple sizes of ductile iron pipe fittings through the operation of different types of CNC machines.
Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with Tyler Union policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
The Environmental Manager is responsible for Tyler Union’s compliance with federal, state, local, and McWane, Inc. environmental regulations, policies and procedures in areas such as air quality, waste, clean water, and pollution. Manage all local, state, and federal permitting requirements. Periodically represent Tyler Union with officials from EPA and ADEM. Recommend improvements to the Tyler Union Environmental Management Program.
Plan, direct, and coordinate the production and maintenance activities and resources necessary for the production of ductile iron fittings on a no-bake molding line in accordance with cost, quality, and quantity specifications.
The Sales Engineer is a highly experienced and trained representative of Tyler Union with extensive contacts in the contractor, engineering and utility communities, plus a high level of recognized expertise in these communities nationwide. This representative would be able to significantly contribute to winning major projects by enhancing the Company’s position through improved specifications and market perception, creating greater customer loyalty. The Sales Engineer’s primary function will be to support the sales team, as well as call on the top 50 utilities/municipalities and engineers.