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Title – Assembly Worker/Repair

Location – Racine, WI, 53177

Estimated Regular Hours/Week – 12 hours shifts, 5 days per week (6AM-6PM or 6PM-6AM)


  • The Assembly Operator is responsible for assembling a wide variety of component parts, to build complete Tractor units, both on-line and off-line operations.
  • You will apply, align, attach, insert, and fasten various commodities, components, parts, sub-assemblies, or units to chassis in required order, sequence and make required adjustments as unit progresses down assembly line.
  • Demonstrate a safety-first mindset by committing to safety through always wearing personal protective equipment including but not limited to safety glasses, steel toed shoes, ear plugs, etc.
  • Demonstrate understanding and commitment to the importance of following a required specific sequence of steps in a process repetitively and for an extended amount of time
  • Visually check parts and entire assemblies for completeness, function, operation, and appearance
  • Report excessive continuation of defective parts, improper function, and assembling to proper authority.
  • Able and willing to present ideas and issues in a positive, constructive manner
  • Record defects accurately to ensure proper corrective action off-line and on-line
  • Various workstations require the ability and willingness to paint
  • Understands there are that there are always new opportunities for improvement and eliminate waste by actively participating in our World Class Manufacturing (WCM) continuous improvement program
  • Perform other related or similar duties as required
  • Capable of following non-verbal communication including, but not limited to visual management: signs, workplace organization, and pictures)

    The qualified candidate will have experience with the following:
    Ability to demonstrate a mechanical aptitude
    Ability to use a variety of tools including hand, pneumatic, power, and/or torque tools
    Ability to frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds
    High School Diploma or GED
    1+ years of manufacturing, industrial, or mechanical experience in a heavy industrial or manufacturing environment
    Experience working as part of an assembly line with a takt time
    Familiar with WCM and/or LEAN principles.

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Thank you,

Jaimin Thakar
Senior Technical Recruiter

T 973.329.0859