Quality Technician


Work Locally - Contribute Globally

Do you have a passion and desire to learn and implement new technology? We see challenges as opportunities to grow and learn as a team. Does this sound like you?   

Experience our newly designed and built facility and be a part of our growing business in Central Wisconsin! We offer a manufacturing environment that is involved in research and development with continuing education and training opportunities. 

Marten Machining is an automated machining and technology company with a focus on Metrology. Our team members have a high level of pride in the work they perform.  A wide variety of precision parts and technical requirements ensure a continually engaging work experience. 

What we offer:

  • Portage County Business Park location
  • Multi-axis machines with robotic automation
  • Climate controlled, organized and clean environment
  • Advanced technology, tools, and equipment
  • Work hours are M - F, day shift
  • Competitive wage and comprehensive benefits package

As a Quality Technician at Marten Machining, you will support production and quality control functions as they relate to customer requirements. Providing insight to machinists so that part conformity is maintained, you will use inspection data and perform visual inspection to identify trends and maintain manufacturing data.  You will also have the chance to operate our Vision coordinate measuring machines (VCMM) to setup programs that measure parts for in-process and final part inspection. Maintaining vendor records that comply with ISO 9001 standards and validating all necessary processes have been completed to release parts to shipping will also be your responsibility.

What we are seeking:

  • Experience with manufacturing process along with attention to detail
  • Associate degree or technical diploma in a related field
  • Skills that use and interpret Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (GD&T) concepts
  • Experience with root-cause analysis and deductive reasoning
  • Proficient using basic manual measuring tools for inspection
  • Familiarity with accurately documenting manufacturing processes
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs
  • Support of continual improvement