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IFA Rotorion Hiring Event

May 5 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

IFA Rotorion Hiring Event Details

IFA Rotorion Hiring Event for DIRECT HIRE Assemblers, CNC Machine Operators, Shipping & Receiving Operators and temp-to-hire Logistics Operators for their location in Summerville, SC.

IFA Rotorion Hiring Event


When:
May 5, 2022  (12 p.m. – 3 p.m.)
Where: IFA Rotorion – 479 Trade Center Parkway, Summerville, SC 29483
What to wear to the event: Dress code is casual (come as you are, but please be presentable)


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Job Openings and Pay Rates

Assemblers – Level 1 – $17/hour* and Level 2 – $17.90/hour*

CNC Machine Operators – Starting at $20.36/hour*

Shipping & Receiving Operators – Starting at $17.60/hour*

Logistics Associates – $15.50 – $16.75/hour*

*$1.25/hour shift differential for 2nd/3rd/Night shifts

Shifts Available

Assemblers
– 1st shift – (6:30 a.m. – 2:40 p.m.)
– 2nd shift – (2:30 p.m. – 10:40 p.m.)
– 3rd shift – (10:30 p.m. – 6:40 a.m.)
Weekend Flex Shift
– A shift – (6:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.) Saturday-Monday
– B shift – (6:30 p.m. – 6:30 a.m.) Saturday-Monday

CNC Machine Operators
– 1st shift – (6:30 a.m. – 2:40 p.m.)
– 2nd shift – (2:30 p.m. – 10:40 p.m.)

Shipping & Receiving Operators
– 2nd shift – (2:30 p.m. – 10:40 p.m.)
– 3rd shift – (10:30 p.m. – 6:40 a.m.)

Logistics Associates
Rotating on/off shift
– Day shift – (5:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.)
– Night shift – (5:30 p.m. – 5:30 a.m.)

Perks of the Job

– ME time
– Paid holidays
– Life insurance
– Health insurance
– Dental insurance
– Vision insurance
– Company matching 401(k)
– Quarterly attendance bonus

Assemblers – Direct Hire 

General responsibility for production related operations to manufacture drive shafts. Work may include the use of hand tools, power tools, gauges, fixtures, and machinery. Typical operations would include loading and unloading of materials from machines, light assembly such as attaching mechanical parts, bolts or nuts, installing bearing brackets, painting and packaging of parts or assemblies using defined methods.

Requirements

– High school diploma or GED equivalent
– Related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
– Understanding of tolerances limits
– Basic understanding of industrial machines and gauges
– Familiar with “lean” production concepts
– Knowledge of both metric and English measurement systems
– Knowledge of basic mathematics skills including addition, subtractions, multiplication, and division
– At least 2 years of manufacturing experience required for Level 2 operators
– At least 2 years of stable work experience required for Level 1 operators
– Ability to perform repetitive operations
– Ability to read and write English

Physical Requirements

– Must be able to walk/move about a 125,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility: 100% of the time
– Must be able to stand/walk/move about specific work area: 90% of the time
– Must be able to bend/reach/twist/stoop: 70% of the time
– Must be able to lift up to 40 lbs. on a frequent basis: 40% of the time
– Must be able to lift over 40 lbs. on an infrequent basis: 15% of the time
– Must be able to work and operate a computer terminal: 80% of the time
– Vision is required to analyze and process work; and to work on computer terminal/machine centers, etc.
– Hearing is essential for safety reasons; and to communicate with employees, supervisors, managers, vendors, suppliers and customers via conversation, group meetings, and/or phone conferences
– Must be able to wear a painting suit and/or respirator
– Must be able to work with paints/solvents/cleaners
– Must be able to work any shift as required including overtime as needed

Responsibilities

– Assembly machine operation in auto and manual cycles per the certification and/or work instructions
– Manual loading and unloading of assembly machines and part containers
– Use of various gauges to measure product characteristics
– Follows established standard operating procedures per the certifications and/or work instructions
– Collects, records, and analyzes quality data as required
– Complies with QS 9000/TS 16949 requirements
– Meets production schedules and targets as defined by the production plan, Supervisor or Line Manager
– Monitors machine set-up and conformance to specifications
– All employees are responsible for having an awareness and understanding of IFA Rotorion North America’s commitment to ISO 140001
– Follows defined safety and housekeeping policies
– Acquire training and certification per the Assembly Coordinator, Supervisor, or Line Manager
– Trains, monitors, and assists temps or new hires per the Assembly Coordinator, Supervisor, or Line Manager to acquire certifications and training

CNC Machine Operators – Direct Hire 

This position has general responsibility for production related operations to manufacture drive shafts and components. Work may include the use of hand tools, gauges, fixtures, and CNC machinery. Typical operations would include loading and unloading of materials from machines, starting and stopping machine operation, tool change, light assembly such as attaching mechanical parts, bolts, or nuts, using defined methods.

Requirements

– High school diploma or GED equivalent
– CNC Machining experience
– Related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
– Understanding of tolerances limits
– Basic understanding of industrial machines and gauges
– Familiar with lean production concepts
– Knowledge of metric measurement systems
– Knowledge of basic mathematics skills including addition, subtractions, multiplication, and division
– Ability to perform repetitive operations
– Ability to read and write English
– Ability to read and understand component drawings

Physical Requirements

– Must be able to walk/move about a 400,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility
– Must be able to stand/walk/move about specific work area: 90% of the time
– Must be able to bend/reach/twist/stoop: 70% of the time
– Must be able to lift up to 30 lbs. on a frequent basis: 40% of the time
– Must be able to lift over 30 lbs. on an infrequent basis: 15% of the time
– Must be able to work and operate a computer terminal: 80% of the time
– Vision is required to analyze and process work; and to work on computer terminal/machine centers, etc.
– Hearing is essential for safety reasons; and to communicate with employees, supervisors, managers, vendors, suppliers and customers via conversation, group meetings, and/or phone conferences
– Must be able to work with oils/solvents/cleaners
– Must be able to work any shift as required including overtime as needed

Responsibilities  

– Machine operation in auto and manual cycles per the certification and/or work instructions
– Manual loading and unloading of production machines and part containers
– Use of various gauges to measure product characteristics
– Follows established standard operating procedures per the certifications and/or work instructions
– Collects, records, and analyzes part quality data as required
– Complies with QS 9000/IATF 16949 requirements
– Meets production schedules and targets as defined by the production plan, Supervisor or Line Manager
– Assists in machine set-up and conformance to specifications
– Acquire training and certification per the Production Coordinator, Supervisor, or Line Manager
– Trains, monitors, and assists temps or new hires per the Production Coordinator or Supervisor to acquire certifications and training
– All employees are responsible for having an awareness and understanding of IFA North America’s commitment to ISO 140001
– Follows defined safety and housekeeping policies

Shipping & Receiving Operators – Direct Hire

This position has responsibility for accurately shipping of materials/product in SAP to maintain integrity of inventory control, and insures delivery of materials/product to the proper department. Provides handling units to offload for finished goods pack out.

Requirements

– High School Diploma or GED
– 2-5 years relevant experience in logistics, shipping or warehousing in a JIT/JIS manufacturing environment preferred
– Experience in a warehousing environment preferred
– Must have previous forklift experience
– Working knowledge of computerized inventory control system, preferably SAP
– Working knowledge in Microsoft Word, Excel or similar computer software systems
– Ability to accurately complete arithmetic computations to sufficiently perform shipping functions
– Knowledge of fundamental inventory management methods
– Knowledge of inventory record keeping for materials and supplies by means of a manual and/or automated record system
– Experience with RF scanners
– Preferred knowledge of Lean Manufacturing concepts
– Ability to work independently or with minimal supervision
– Must be available to work flexible hours to service plant operations
– Excellent oral and written communication skills
– Strong analytical and problem solving ability
– Good math skills
– Ability to work under pressure or time commitments
– High level of energy and enthusiasm

Physical Requirements

– Must be able to walk/move about a 400,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility
– Must be able to stand/walk/move about specific work area: 90% of the time
– Must be able to bend/reach/twist/stoop: 70% of the time
– Must be able to lift up to 30 lbs. on a frequent basis: 40% of the time
– Must be able to lift over 30 lbs. on an infrequent basis: 15% of the time
– Must be able to work and operate a computer terminal: 80% of the time
– Vision is required to analyze and process work; and to work on computer terminal/machine centers, etc.
– Hearing is essential for safety reasons; and to communicate with employees, supervisors, managers, vendors, suppliers and customers via conversation, group meetings, and/or phone conferences
– Must be able to work with oils/solvents/cleaners
– Must be able to work any shift as required including overtime as needed

Responsibilities  

– Unloading of empty returnable racks from our customers to the shipping dock
– Loading all finished goods to our outbound schedule provided by production planners
– Loading returnable racks back to main plant from ILOC
– Systematically shipping materials in SAP
– Process shipping notices (ASN) within 30 minutes of product shipment
– Prepping, banding, and labeling of outbound materials
– Inspects finished goods for damages or defects; records discrepancies or damages and notifies supervisor, production planning group leader and purchasing personnel
– File daily shipping records
– May operate dolly, pallet jack, and/or forklift in loading and unloading supplies and equipment
– Perform routine 5S activities in shipping and surrounding areas
– Follows established departmental policies, procedures, and objectives, continuous quality improvement objectives, and safety, and/or environmental standards
– Assist with preparation and execution of annual physical inventory and other interior inventories as required
– Maintain departmental quality standards per IATF 16949 requirements
– Develop/improve efficiency and accuracy in daily shipping functions through joint efforts with logistics planning
– Assist with audits, identifying and documenting non-compliance of packaging and labeling standards for finished goods material
– Contribute to continuous improvement in lean manufacturing practices such as 5S, Kanban, poka-yoke, visual management, 1-piece flow, etc.
– Work with cross functional group to improve processes and flow
– Performs other duties as assigned
– All employees are responsible for having an awareness and understanding of the IFA, North America LLC commitment to ISO 14001-2015

Logistics Associates – Temp-to-Hire 

Requirements

– Must have high school diploma or GED
– Must have at least six months of warehouse/logistics experience
– Stable work history
– Scanning TOs/Kanban
– Baling
– Tugger certification
– Repack process

Physical Requirements

– Must be able to walk/move about a 400,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility
– Must be able to stand/walk/move about specific work area: 90% of the time
– Must be able to bend/reach/twist/stoop: 70% of the time
– Must be able to lift up to 30 lbs. on a frequent basis: 40% of the time
– Must be able to lift over 30 lbs. on an infrequent basis: 15% of the time
– Must be able to work and operate a computer terminal: 80% of the time
– Vision is required to analyze and process work; and to work on computer terminal/machine centers, etc.
– Hearing is essential for safety reasons; and to communicate with employees, supervisors, managers, vendors, suppliers and customers via conversation, group meetings, and/or phone conferences
– Must be able to work with oils/solvents/cleaners
– Must be able to work any shift as required including overtime as needed

Responsibilities  

– Picking
– Baling
– Tugger
– Repack

 

Job Location: IFA Rotorion – 479 Trade Center Parkway, Summerville, SC 29483

Don’t forget – RSVP for the IFA Rotorion Hiring Event. To learn more about IFA Rotorion, visit www.IFARotorion.com


HTI and IFA Rotorion are Equal Opportunity Employers M/D/F/V/SO. 

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Date:
May 5
Time:
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
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Venue

IFA Rotorion
479 Trade Center Parkway
Summerville, SC 29483