ELIGIBLE FOR A $2500 SIGNING BONUS AFTER 6 MONTHS.
Shift: 1:55 pm - 10:00 pm
Responsible for the movement, flow, and accuracy of transactions for all productive materials in the Harness Department. Performs complicated work assignments requiring knowledge acquired through training and experience. Must be familiar with the procedures and the parts used in production, coordinates the flow of material through manufacturing. Performs all inventory transactions associated with material. Assures components, labels, and packaging are at the correct workstation. Locates, identifies, and moves components to all workstations. Performs material handling duties including but not limited to material delivery, supplying empty runner barrels, etc. Organizes and palletizes goods for shipment including writing skid tickets and checking skid ticket accuracy. Returns unused materials and supplies to stock. Makes out labels and keeps a supply of production supplies. Responsible for good housekeeping and discards scrap, as needed. Must understand the warehouse stock locator system to select and move needed parts to workstations. Supplies empty erected boxes and totes to work centers and remove empty boxes and totes from work centers. Maintain shop floor inventory. Processes all material transactions. Identify material problems and notify Group Lead and/or Supervisor as appropriate for aid in problem solving. Sets up or assists in set up of materials on a work center change over including the labeling of bins/components. Receives product transferred from other departments, casual inspection, verifies count and correct identity, selects appropriate method of storage, and moves goods to storage or staging area. Sorts materials and rotates stock in storage areas. Palletizes goods for shipment. Performs routine cycle counts on materials in stock.
Persons in this job must be able to sit and/or stand all day (up to 10 hours), manually lift and carry up to 50 pounds, push/pull containers of wire/cable or assemblies which may weigh up to several hundred pounds (either on dollies or on edge-not dead weight) rotate to various assignments involving various working conditions within their job description, perform high and low repetition jobs, perform all aspects of their job, perform fine manipulations, firm grasping and firm cutting (up to 25 pounds of pressure periodically) and be able to use hand tools including but not limited to tweezers, wire cutters, wire crimpers, screw drivers, pliers, cable cutters, utility knives etc., manually push, pull and bend wire and cable, work through a range of motions from ground up to and including above shoulder height, bend and twist from the waist.
High School or G.E.D. Certification
Due to International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR) and Export Administration Regulations (EAR) requirements, all candidates must be presently classified as a “US Person” which includes: a United states citizen; a permanent legal resident (green card holder) or a protected individual (refugee/asylum status).