ICC is hiring Machinists

Job Description

Do you have manual and CNC lathe experience? Can you run both vertical and horizontal lathes? Do you like working in an energetic environment with job responsibilities that vary from day to day?

MANUAL LATHE

ICC is growing and hiring machinists, both mid-level and senior, for day and evening shift positions. Candidates will need to setup and operate manual lathes and be able to edit macro programming for CNC.

If you believe there is always a way to do something, and you are comfortable being held accountable with a highly effective team, you might be the perfect addition to the company. 

If you believe there is always a way to do something, and you are comfortable being held accountable with a highly effective team, you might be the perfect addition to the company. Plan to build a career here, as we offer bonus programs, full benefits (currently 100% paid by ICC for employees, and 50% paid for your family), and a great atmosphere.  ICC builds commutators and slip rings for large industries like steel and aluminum production, mining, pulp and paper, power generation and propulsion, and we have been in operation for 35 years. ICC is an equal opportunity employer. 

ICC International Employees enjoy:

  • A company with a history of financial stability
  • A trusted leader with great integrity and transparency
  • A family atmosphere where employees are cared for and valued
  • Entrepreneurial approach to the business based on personal drive

Benefits:

  • Full Benefits package – Medical, dental, long-term disability and vision. ICC pays 100% of employee and 50% of spouse/family medical coverage
  • 401(k) with a 3% match
  • Gainsharing incentive program that can pay out monthly bonuses
  • An equal opportunity employer

Qualified applicants should send resumes to careers@iccinternational.com

7/35 - ACTS OF KINDNESS - LAUNDROMAT

Have you ever been one quarter short? Sure, we've all been there. Digging deep into your pockets, shaking your purse to one side looking for every last bit of change to pay for something.  Then all you come up with is lint.... Well, not today.  

This week's acts of kindness was at a locally owned laundromat. We thought wouldn't it be a great surprise to anyone who needed to wash clothes today to walk in and there the machines were already full of money. So that's what we did! With our pockets full of quarters, we filled up machine after machine, I think we filled nearly every washer, and had money left over to buy some soap and dryer sheets.

And thank you to the kind gentleman working at the laundromat who allowed us to run around and fill the machines. :)

 Michelle Barbra

Michelle Barbra

 Dylan Tiller

Dylan Tiller

 Michelle and Dylan buying detergent and dryer sheets

Michelle and Dylan buying detergent and dryer sheets

 Soap for anyone who needs it!

Soap for anyone who needs it!

 Wildwood Laundromat

Wildwood Laundromat

3/35 - ACTS OF KINDNESS - Retirement Commuity

3/35 - Acts of Kindness.
Have you ever felt so happy and yet sad all at the same time? This week ICC made goodie bags for residents of Asbury Place. The look on their faces when we popped in their rooms was priceless, our hearts exploded with joy. So many people in retirement communities have no one to visit with them. We can't forget about the generation that brought us into the world. A smiling face and a few minutes of time are all they want. Thank you, Asbury and Amy Wilson, for allowing us to visit. We feel blessed to have met these kind residents of our community. 

Michelle and Lana
Goody Bags for Asbury Place
Micah, Tracy, Amy Wilson and Krista

2/35 - ACTS OF KINDNESS - Blount Co. Humane Society

Over the last week, we've been collecting donations for the Blount County Humane Society. Today, Johnny our QC Technician and Laura our CEO surprised the volunteers at the shelter with a trunk load of cat/dog food, treats, toys, towels, and litter. This no-kill shelter runs solely on donations and is grateful for any and all help. They have the cutest and most friendly kitties and puppies...we almost ended up with an office kitty.

ICC International Animal Shelter Donations
Animal Shelter Donations 2
Animal Shelter Donations 1
Shawn Lyke_Carrying Dog Food
Johnny Hackworth - Animal Shelter
Trunk Full headed to Shelter
Laura Lyke and Johnny Hackworth Animal Shelter

Why Field Maintenance Is So Important

You know the expression 'if it's not broken, don't fix it.” Well, it doesn't hold true 100% of the time. Below are bars from two v-ring comms, one that didn't break (but dangerously close) and one that did. In the first photo, the bar width under the brushes started at 3/4 inch wide and is now only 1/8 inch. In the 2nd photo, you can see where the bar wore so thin it broke right at the dovetail. While getting the most life out a comm is optimal running the bars this low can result in any number of failures. As you very well know, routine field maintenance and inspections are critically important.

 Photo 1: Thin Copper Bar

Photo 1: Thin Copper Bar

 Photo 2: Thin Broken Copper Bar

Photo 2: Thin Broken Copper Bar

1/35 ACTS OF KINDNESS - Vienna Coffeehouse

Our first Act of Kindness was a success! We secretly bought several people coffee and snacks at The Vienna Coffeehouse. We had so much fun watching people's reactions as they were told a local company took care of their tab. The best part was when it created a chain reaction and several people started buying someone else's order. It does a heart good to spread kindness even with the smallest gesture. All the feels all around! Thank you, Vienna for helping us spread the kindness. :) #Randomactsofkindness#Maryville

VIENNA COFFEE acts of KINDNESS

ICC Turns 35 with a Celebration of Kindness

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ICC turns 35 this year, and we needed a way to celebrate.  Party? Too easy... Logo?
Okay, but… Banners? Too showy… 

The incredible staff at ICC came up with the perfect solution; one that gets everyone involved in making our 35th year our best ever, at every possible level.  We are dubbing 2018 as the “Year of Kindness!” and throughout the year we will perform 35 Acts of Kindness that stretch community and company-wide. As part of our company culture, we believe it’s important to give back to the community where we live, play and work. So keep a lookout for our ICC employees. You’ll find us delivering surprises, picking up litter and collecting donations. We invite everyone to join us as we pass it forward, because there can never be too much kindness in this world.

- Laura Lyke, President & CEO

Celebrating 20 Years with ICC

 Jay and Darla Bush

Jay and Darla Bush

Congratulation Jay Bush on your 20-year service award.

For more than 35 years, ICC has been manufacturing commutators and slip rings that power machines around the world. Committed to the highest of values, ICC pushes the boundaries and continues to strive to maintain our position as the most reliable commutator and slip ring manufacturer in the electric motor industry.

Jay, we acknowledge and appreciate that the foundation of our success is built upon YOU and your commitment to ICC International. Thank you for not only your years of service but a job well done. You lead a strong steadfast team we can rely on day in and day out. We would be amiss if not to thank your family for their support as well. Your selfless work ethic often has you working overtime and weekends. We understand and appreciate the sacrifice.  

Congratulations on your 20 Years of Service! You have reached an important milestone at ICC. Thank you for the many years of service and dedication to making our mission a reality every day for each of our customers.

 Laura Lyke, CEO presenting Jay's service award.

Laura Lyke, CEO presenting Jay's service award.

Jay and Laura
 Jay Bush, Team Leader acepting his service award.

Jay Bush, Team Leader acepting his service award.

2017 Company Christmas Party

Spending time with family and friends is what the holidays are all about. At ICC we were fortunate that we could get ahead of the production schedule and extend an extra day of paid vacation to all employees. Here we are enjoying our company Christmas party before the extended holiday. We hope each and everyone enjoyed themselves and had a restful holiday season. 

Avoid Heart Failure

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Your customer's motor emergency shouldn't land you in the ER. Call us when you want it fast, reliably and without a price tag that shocks your system!

Everything we do at ICC is designed to maximize efficiency, even on Straight Time. So when we get the call for your emergency, we know exactly what to do, and we consistently make it happen. Remember, this is what we do all day every day.

Production Times
 

Call DaLynn, Jason, Michelle or Micah and you'll know that this is one less thing you need to worry about. 865-983-7444 or Info@iccinternational.com

ICC Promises to help our business friends and partners impacted by the recent hurricanes.

Don't you have enough to deal with?

Commutator Failure
Commutator Manufacturing

Doing what's right is just good business.  Shorter lead-times? Added services? Whatever you need, we're here to help.  We'll never price gouge, and we'll make the whole process easy. We know you have lives and businesses to put back together, so please let us do our part. 

Ask to speak to DaLynn, Jason, Michelle or Micah they will help you work through any obstacle related to commutators, slip rings or GE Parts. 

865-983-7444 or Info@iccinternational.com

ICC Congratulates Regina Jennings

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Regina Jennings was awarded The Blount Award which recognizes leadership to those who demonstrate outstanding care for the community and its citizens. Regina's friendly smile and huge heart are felt by anyone who comes in contact with her. Organizations all over Blount County have benefited from Regina's volunteer efforts. ICC is privileged to know and work with Regina. Please join us as we say congratulations and express our gratitude for all she does for our community. Regina is pictured below with her son Ben Stone who works at ICC along with ICC General Manager, Tracy Queen.

 Acceptance speach 

Acceptance speach 

 Tracy Queen and Regina Jennings

Tracy Queen and Regina Jennings

 Roger and Regina Jennings with her son Ben Stone.

Roger and Regina Jennings with her son Ben Stone.

 Ben, Regina and Mrs. Tindell (Regina's Mother)

Ben, Regina and Mrs. Tindell (Regina's Mother)

ICC Sponsors 'Shooting for Scouts' benefiting the local Boy Scouts of America Chapter.

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Friday, September 8, 2017

At ICC we believe it's important to support a variety of charities and community organizations. This past Friday, ICC sponsored a skeet shooting team benefiting the local Boy Scouts.

We're proud to say the ICC team took first place in the Shooting for Scouts, Sporting Clay Tournament. The event was held at the Chilhowee Sportsman’s Club in Maryville, TN. Congratulations guys, well done!

Team shooters were Nathan Ford, Brice Liotta, Hayden Price and Caleb Harbin.