MLIVE: Autocam Medical Hiring for High-Paying Positions

Autocam Medical is looking to hire CNC machinists, manufacturing engineers, and other positions at a job fair at Montcalm Community College on March 22.

The job fair is taking place at the Sidney Campus Gymnasium, 2800 College Dr., from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

“This is an outstanding opportunity for anyone that wants to make a career change and those that are just entering the workforce. High school seniors can walk across the stage to collect their diploma and immediately progress down a career path where they could make over $100,000 as a CNC Machinist after five years,” Kristy White, human resources director for Autocam Medical, said in a statement.

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MANUFACTURING NEWS: Autocam Medical Steps Up Hiring Efforts in Preparation for New Global Facility

Autocam Medical, a global contract manufacturer of precision surgical and medical components and devices, announced that it would be recruiting for a number of positions at the Montcalm Community College Job Fair on March 22, 2022.

The company is looking to hire CNC Machinists, Manufacturing Engineers and Secondary Operators that aspire to become Machinists.

While the event is being hosted at Montcalm Community College, it isn’t limited to their students. Anyone can attend the job fair, which will be in the Sidney Campus Gymnasium from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

“This is an outstanding opportunity for anyone that wants to make a career change and those that are just entering the workforce,” said Kristy White, HR Director for Autocam Medical. “High school seniors can walk across the stage to collect their diploma and immediately progress down a career path where they could make over $100,000 as a CNC Machinist after five years. They will have the opportunity to learn a high-paying, in-demand trade in a pristine, air-conditioned work environment that is outfitted with the most innovative equipment,” she added.

In addition to the generous compensation and training, new hires can look forward to receiving premium-free health insurance, vision insurance, dental insurance, quarterly incentives, a 401K match of $3,000 and tuition reimbursement.

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DBUSINESS: Fast-Growing Autocam Medical Seeking CNC Machinists and Manufacturing Engineers

Autocam Medical, a contract manufacturer of precision surgical and medical components and devices in Grand Rapids, is recruiting for a number of positions at the Montcalm Community College Job Fair on March 22.

The company is looking to hire CNC machinists, manufacturing engineers, and secondary operators that aspire to become Machinists.

While the event is being conducted at Montcalm Community College, it isn’t limited to their students. Anyone can attend the job fair, which will take place in the Sidney Campus Gymnasium from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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MITECHNEWS: Autocam Medical Ramps Up Hiring Efforts to Keep Up With Dramatic Growth

Autocam Medical, a global contract manufacturer of precision surgical and medical components and devices, announced Tuesday that they would be recruiting for a number of positions at the Montcalm Community College Job Fair on March 22. The company is looking to hire CNC Machinists, Manufacturing Engineers, and Secondary Operators that aspire to become Machinists.

While the event is being held at Montcalm Community College, it isn’t limited to their students. Anyone can attend the job fair, which will be held in the Sidney Campus Gymnasium from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

“This is an outstanding opportunity for anyone that wants to make a career change and those that are just entering the workforce. High school seniors can walk across the stage to collect their diploma and immediately progress down a career path where they could make over $100,000 as a CNC Machinist after five years,” said Kristy White, HR Director for Autocam Medical. “They’ll have the opportunity to learn a high-paying, in-demand trade in a pristine, air-conditioned work environment that’s outfitted with the most innovative equipment,” she added.

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THE DAILY NEWS: Autocam Medical Recruiting at West Michigan Job Fair

Autocam Medical, a global contract manufacturer of precision surgical and medical components and devices, announced Tuesday that they would be recruiting for a number of positions at the Montcalm Community College Job Fair on March 22. The company is looking to hire CNC machinists, Manufacturing Engineers, and Secondary Operators that aspire to become machinists.

While the event is being held at Montcalm Community College, it isn’t limited to their students. Anyone can attend the job fair, which will be held in the Sidney Campus Gymnasium from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

“This is an outstanding opportunity for anyone that wants to make a career change and those that are just entering the workforce. High school seniors can walk across the stage to collect their diploma and immediately progress down a career path where they could make over $100,000 as a CNC Machinist after five years,” said Kristy White, HR director for Autocam Medical. “They’ll have the opportunity to learn a high-paying, in-demand trade in a pristine, air-conditioned work environment that’s outfitted with the most innovative equipment,” she added.

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MIBIZ: Autocam Medical EVP Tom O’Mara to Retire After 32 Years

Autocam Medical Devices LLC Executive Vice President Tom O’Mara will retire at the end of 2022 after 32 years with the global contract manufacturer.

As the first sales and marketing manager at Autocam Corp., O’Mara quickly became part of the executive team. He led Autocam’s sales growth from $15 million in 1989 to nearly $400 million in 2005. O’Mara then transitioned to business development leadership with the corporation’s Autocam Medical division, where he led manufacturing sales growth from $15 million in 2007 to an expected $170 million in 2022.

O’Mara will take on an advisory role with the company following his retirement at the end of the year.

Autocam Medical also named Sara McMurray as vice president of sales and marketing. McMurray brings 23 years of experience in building sales organizations and expansions into new markets.
“We are elated to have Sara join the team. I have known her for years and am confident that she will be a valuable asset to Autocam Medical,” O’Mara said in a statement.

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MLIVE: West Michigan Manufacturing Executive Stepping Down

Autocam Medical executive Tom O’Mara is retiring.

O’Mara, who intends to step down at the end of the year, has worked with Autocam Corporation and Autocam Medical for a total of 32 years. He will remain in an advisory role with Autocam Medical, where he most recently served as executive vice president, beyond his retirement.

In a statement, he thanked Autocam Medical President and CEO John Kennedy.

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THE FABRICATOR: O’Mara to Retire at Year’s End; VP of Sales and Marketing Named

Autocam Medical, Grand Rapids, Mich., a global contract manufacturer of precision-machined drill bits, drivers, screws, plates, and cutting tools, as well as surgical implants, instruments, and handpieces, has announced that Executive Vice President Tom O’Mara will retire at the end of 2022 after a 32-year career with the company. He will remain in an advisory role with the company beyond Dec. 31, 2022.

O’Mara served as Autocam’s first sales and marketing manager and quickly became part of the executive team. In 2007 he assumed leadership of business development for the Autocam Medical division.

Sara McMurray has been named vice president of sales and marketing for the division. She has 23 years of sales and management experience in manufacturing, including building sales organizations, leading expansions into new markets, and guiding the assessments of strategic merger and acquisition opportunities.

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GRBJ: Longtime Autocam Medical EVP, O’Mara, to Retire, McMurray Hired as Replacement

A longtime executive at a local manufacturing company is retiring, and the company has hired his replacement.

Kentwood-based Autocam Medical, which is a contract manufacturer of medical devices and components, said last week after a 32-year career with the company, Tom O’Mara, executive vice president, will retire at the end of the year.

The company hired Sara McMurray as vice president of sales and marketing to succeed O’Mara. Autocam Medical said O’Mara will remain in an advisory role with the company after he retires to ensure a successful transition.

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BONEZONE: Autocam Medical Announces Leadership Changes

Autocam Medical announced that after an outstanding 32-year career, Tom O’Mara, Executive Vice President, has notified the company of his intent to retire at the end of the 2022 calendar year. Although Mr. O’Mara will be slowly relinquishing full-time responsibilities, he will remain in an advisory role with the company beyond December 31, 2022.

Mr. O’Mara began his career with Autocam Corporation; he served as its first sales and marketing manager and quickly became an integral part of the executive team. Tom eventually led Autocam’s sales growth from approximately $15 million in 1989 to almost $400 million in 2005. In 2007, he assumed the leadership of business development for Autocam Medical, a division of Autocam Corporation, and eventually led the medical device manufacturer’s growth from $15 million in 2007 to an expected $170 million in 2022.

President and CEO of Autocam Medical, John C. Kennedy, said, “Tom has been responsible for Autocam Medical’s significant growth throughout the years. He possesses a keen ability to cultivate strong relationships with people while driving strategic growth. We are incredibly grateful for his leadership and appreciate his willingness to remain involved as an adviser.”

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