Client has great opportunities available for Machine Set-ups on our NIGHT SHIFT! When you work with us you’re part of a fourth generation family-owned business. That means, you’re not just an employee, you’re one of our family members!
We are a world class provider of engineered components and assemblies specializing in engine, transmission and driveline applications. We are headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with manufacturing, commercial, technical and distribution facilities located around the world to support Original Equipment Manufacturers’ global requirements.
Set up, adjust, and operate a variety of production machines presses and auxiliary equipment.
Frequent walking, using of fine motor skills, and lifting up to 10 lbs.
Occasional sitting, foot use, below waist level work, balancing, push/pulling, reaching, and lifting up to 35 lbs.
Minimal climbing, carrying, and use of forceful motion.
Ability to meet the physical requirements, with or without reasonable accommodation, as provided in detail in the Job Analysis Database.
High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
Two plus years’ related manufacturing experience.
Basic oral and written communication skills.
Ability to work well with other employees.
Ability to follow instructions.
Good problem solving skills.
Basic math skills.
Experience running multiple machines.
Ability to drive a fork truck.
Basic shop math.
Ability to use quality measuring tools (calipers, micrometers, attribute gauges).
Ability to use SPC.
Basic computer skills.
Maintain an organized and clean work area (sweep, mop, scrub, paint, basic janitorial, restock supplies, etc.).
Perform all required duties and responsibilities of and Operator within the department.
Set up, adjust, troubleshoot, maintain, and operate multiple pieces of production equipment.
Follow proper tool control procedures.
Identify potential safety risks with equipment and tooling, mitigating risk of internal and external customer quality related issues.
Move material, product, supplies, etc. and transact material movements as required.
Complete quality control paperwork and identify acceptable product.
Communicate issues and critical information to supervisors and others as is relevant or required.
Perform preventative maintenance as required.
Follow Environmental, Quality and Safety Management System procedures and requirements.
Ability to meet the essential job requirements, with or without reasonable accommodation, as outlined in the job description.
Join a team where you are challenged to take initiative, encouraged to explore new ways to get your work done, and ultimately given the opportunity to create your own future.
Starting pay will be based on experience. We offer top benefits for our industry including 401(k) match, profit sharing and gain sharing, competitive salaries, paid holidays, and tuition reimbursement.
This is a direct hire opportunity, pay is BOE, in partnership with WFA Staffing