These positions require individuals with a mechanical background, excellent troubleshooting skills, as well as experience with greasing, bearing replacement and other preventative maintenance activities. Must have basic math skills including the ability to add/subtract positive and negative numbers. Experience setting up computer-operated machinery and performing quality checks as well as having a high school diploma or GED is also required. Previous farm or auto mechanic experience demonstrating mechanical ability a definite plus.
Coiling Machine Operators run an automated machine that takes bar material and forms it into a coil spring. The operator installs tooling, sets up machine, and oversees the machine’s operation, making adjustments as it runs to ensure compliance to the part’s specification. Operator’s also perform periodic part inspections, perform preventative maintenance, as well as troubleshoots as to why a part may be out of spec and makes decisions on how to get the part back into compliance.
These positions require individuals with some sort of repetitive hand assembly experience.
These positions will be on 2nd shift long term. All applicants must be able to work overtime and weekend work and must have a stable work history including excellent attendance at previous places of employment as well as have a high school diploma or GED. A criminal background check will be conducted as well as a drug screen/physical before starting employment.