Hunter Foundry Machinery strives to create a progressive, fair and inclusive workplace. We maintain a safe working environment for our shop employees, comprised of welders, machinists, electrical and mechanical assemblers, and painters who build our machines. Each one takes pride in their contribution of the machine they’ve built. And each feels a sense of accomplishment when their combined efforts result in the ability to “power up” a machine for the first time. Office employees have a flexible time schedule. Most work four 9-hour days, enjoying a 3-day weekend year round. We respect and value all of our employees, and listen to their suggestions for continuous improvement of the company and our processes.

Hunter is the world leader in matchplate molding machines. We’ve sold nearly 1,600 molding machines and mold handling systems in more than 40 different countries. As a family-owned business, we have the flexibility to adapt quickly to changing markets and seize new opportunities. We offer competitive compensation, 8 paid holidays per year, sick pay and vacation time. We have a generous 401K Plan with a company match, first rate medical and dental insurance policies, life insurance, and both short and long term disability insurance. We are always looking for talented people to join our team. Even if you don’t see a job listed below, please send your resume to We’ll keep it on file for a year and contact you should a job arise. Please keep in mind, if you have experience operating and/or maintaining a Hunter machine, you are already of special value to us.



Hunter Foundry Machinery Corporation currently has an opening for a Computer Numerical Controller, CNC Machinist.

Candidates must be able to plan machining by reading and interpreting blueprints, schematics, drawings and/or work orders. Program mills and lathes by entering instructions, including zero and reference points, setting tool registers, offsets, and calculating requirements. Works to very close tolerances. Determines sequence of operations on a wide variety of large or expensive parts of complicated forms. There are difficult set-ups or irregular shaped parts involving a number of critical dimensions.

This job also involves the use of cranes and forklifts. Must maintain safe operations by adhering to safety procedures and regulations. Other jobs may be assigned by the supervisor.

Minimum job requirements include a high school diploma or equivalent, and experience operating CNC Machines through work experience or vocational training. Programming knowledge and experience is desired. Should be able to work independently and meet deadlines. Must be able to regularly lift 30 pounds, and occasionally up to 50 pounds. While performing this job, you will be required to stand, and reach with hands and arms.