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Quality Inspector

Roanoke, IN
Quality Inspector Job Summary

Quality Inspectors perform various sorting, inspection, production, and data capture. Quality Inspectors work in partnership with our customer's clients to contain and improve quality issues the most efficient way possible.
Quality Inspectors work in manufacturing plants, warehouses, or other locations where the parts are being produced or stored. The location may vary day to day depending on the needs of our customers and their clients.

Our teams work collectively to ensure that we are responsive, accountable, and accurate in all aspects of our work. It’s important and our people are key to our continued success.

Quality Inspector Job Responsibilities & Duties
  • Performs various sorting, inspection, production, and data entry
  • Reads and follows work instructions, work rules and directions
  • Maintains organization and cleanliness of work area
  • Uses inspection, measuring and test equipment as required
  • Completes required training classes
  • Follows all employee policies and other duties as assigned
Quality Inspector Job Qualifications & Skills
  • Flexibility and adaptability
  • Positive attitude and self-motivated
  • Detail orientated
 

Machinist

Indianapolis, IN
Job Description - CNC Swiss Machinist

Automatic Staffing is partnered with a local Indianapolis machining company looking for machinists to join their team! This is a great opportunity to launch a career in a team-oriented environment. Employees will be setting up multiple machines in a cell-like culture. Conversational G & M code knowledge is a plus! 

Pay: 20 - 25/hr, based on experience

1st shift - 6am - 2:30pm
2nd shift - 2:30pm - 11pm
 
Responsibilities:
  • Assist operations to meet shipping deadlines according to sales forecasts or customer orders.
  • Interface with Saws, Mills, Lathes, Deburr, Secondary Operations, Warehouse and other staff.
  • Investigate any discrepancies and notify Management.
  • Tumbling parts
  • Gaging & Quality Control for accuracy
  • Follow standard operating procedures and our ISO 9001 procedures
  • Perform other related duties as required.

Requirements:
  • 1-2 years of manufacturing work experience / schooling
  • Ability to prioritize tasks and follow up with supervisors on completion of tasks.
  • Setup tools in holders (drills, taps, inserts, end mills)
  • Load tools into the machine and set/touch off tools
  • Be able to read and make small edits to Fanuc G and M style programming
  • Ability to read calipers and micrometers and additional measuring equipment
  • Must be able to come in and load a program, touch off tools and get a machine running with minimal assistance.

Quality Inspector

Frankfort, IN
Quality Inspector Job Summary

Quality Inspectors perform various sorting, inspection, production, and data capture. Quality Inspectors work in partnership with our customer's clients to contain and improve quality issues the most efficient way possible.
Quality Inspectors work in manufacturing plants, warehouses, or other locations where the parts are being produced or stored. The location may vary day to day depending on the needs of our customers and their clients.

Our teams work collectively to ensure that we are responsive, accountable, and accurate in all aspects of our work. It’s important and our people are key to our continued success.

Quality Inspector Job Responsibilities & Duties
  • Performs various sorting, inspection, production, and data entry
  • Reads and follows work instructions, work rules and directions
  • Maintains organization and cleanliness of work area
  • Uses inspection, measuring and test equipment as required
  • Completes required training classes
  • Follows all employee policies and other duties as assigned
Quality Inspector Job Qualifications & Skills
  • Flexibility and adaptability
  • Positive attitude and self-motivated

Quality Inspector

Pierceton, IN
Quality Inspector Job Summary

Quality Inspectors perform various sorting, inspection, production, and data capture. Quality Inspectors work in partnership with our customer's clients to contain and improve quality issues the most efficient way possible.
Quality Inspectors work in manufacturing plants, warehouses, or other locations where the parts are being produced or stored. The location may vary day to day depending on the needs of our customers and their clients.

Our teams work collectively to ensure that we are responsive, accountable, and accurate in all aspects of our work. It’s important and our people are key to our continued success.

Quality Inspector Job Responsibilities & Duties
  • Performs various sorting, inspection, production, and data entry
  • Reads and follows work instructions, work rules and directions
  • Maintains organization and cleanliness of work area
  • Uses inspection, measuring and test equipment as required
  • Completes required training classes
  • Follows all employee policies and other duties as assigned
Quality Inspector Job Qualifications & Skills
  • Flexibility and adaptability
  • Positive attitude and self-motivated

AEP

Anna, OH
Quality Inspector Job Summary
Quality Inspectors perform various sorting, inspection, production, and data capture. Quality Inspectors work in partnership with our customer's clients to contain and improve quality issues the most efficient way possible.
Quality Inspectors work in manufacturing plants, warehouses, or other locations where the parts are being produced or stored. The location may vary day to day depending on the needs of our customers and their clients.
Our teams work collectively to ensure that we are responsive, accountable, and accurate in all aspects of our work. It’s important and our people are key to our continued success.
Quality Inspector Job Responsibilities & Duties
  • Performs various sorting, inspection, production, and data entry
  • Reads and follows work instructions, work rules and directions
  • Maintains organization and cleanliness of work area
  • Uses inspection, measuring and test equipment as required
  • Completes required training classes
  • Follows all employee policies and other duties as assigned
Quality Inspector Job Qualifications & Skills
  • Flexibility and adaptability
  • Positive attitude and self-motivated
  • Detail orientated
 

Quality Inspector

Fishers, IN
Quality Inspector Job Summary

Quality Inspectors perform various sorting, inspection, production, and data capture. Quality Inspectors work in partnership with our customer's clients to contain and improve quality issues the most efficient way possible.
Quality Inspectors work in manufacturing plants, warehouses, or other locations where the parts are being produced or stored. The location may vary day to day depending on the needs of our customers and their clients.

Our teams work collectively to ensure that we are responsive, accountable, and accurate in all aspects of our work. It’s important and our people are key to our continued success.

Quality Inspector Job Responsibilities & Duties
  • Performs various sorting, inspection, production, and data entry
  • Reads and follows work instructions, work rules and directions
  • Maintains organization and cleanliness of work area
  • Uses inspection, measuring and test equipment as required
  • Completes required training classes
  • Follows all employee policies and other duties as assigned
Quality Inspector Job Qualifications & Skills
  • Flexibility and adaptability
  • Positive attitude and self-motivated

Production Coordinator

Indianapolis, IN

Production Coordinator

Indianapolis, IN
Job Description - Production Coordinator

Automatic Staffing is partnered with a local Indianapolis company searching for a talented production coordinator to join their team! This is a great opportunity to launch a career in an extremely team-oriented environment. The production coordinator will be in charge of coordinating the weekly production schedule with inventory needs to achieve daily quotas. Apply today!

Pay: $50,000-$60,000/year, based on experience

1st Shift: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
 
Responsibilities:
  • Properly organizes and directs the Production Specialist position(s) and the Material Handler position(s) to achieve a satisfactory workflow.
  • Ensuring that the work environment is safe, secure and healthy.
  • Coordinates weekly production schedule with inventory needs to achieve daily quotas.
  • Helps staff achieve company goals by communicating expectations, planning, monitoring, and evaluating job results.
  • Collects data and updates the Quota vs. Actual Production report.
  • Communicates with and assists other production manager(s) as needed.
  • Follows and maintains a forklift certification with MWI Labs.
  • Initiates supply purchase requisitions.
  • Implement Production Management module [scanning of work orders].
  • Verifies production records.
  • Assists supervisor with projects upon request.
  • Participates in R&D activities upon request of President or Director of R&D.
  • Initiates and/or updates standard operating procedures, in conjunction with other team members, to assure that all current procedures of the department are documented as fully as possible.
  • Completes all other reasonable tasks as assigned by immediate supervisor.
 Requirements:
  • 1-3 years supervisor work experience
  • Manufacturing environment experience a plus 

Machine Maintenance Technician

Jamestown, IN

JOB SUMMARY:

Support plant by providing maintenance to the facility, machinery, and equipment

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Primary duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

· Inspect and test machinery and equipment, dismantle defective machines and equipment, install new and repaired parts

· Install and repair electrical apparatus, such as transformers and wiring, & electrical & electronic components of machinery & equipment.

· Assemble, install, and maintain pipe systems and related hydraulic and pneumatic equipment.

· Repair and replace gauges, valves, pressure regulators, and related equipment.

· Repair and maintain physical structure of facility, operate cutting torch or welding equipment, fabricate as needed.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Education/Experience

· Related certification from college or technical school, or two years’ experience and high school diploma or G.E.D or equivalent or two (2) + years of experience.

Technical Competencies

· Knowledge of basic electricity or equivalent

· Helpful if able to read blueprints, electrical, hydraulic and pneumatics schematics and circuit diagrams and use measurement instruments and gauges.

· Should be skilled in the use of various types of hand tools and power equipment used in carpentry or general construction.

· Able to read and interpret operating and maintenance instruction, and procedure manuals

· Proficient personal computer and software skills.

Non-Technical Competencies

· Leadership (team development, ability to influence, organizational awareness.)

· Communication (verbal communication, persuasive impact, listening, written communication.)

· Interpersonal skills (relationship building, team work, conflict resolution, customer orientation.)

Die Maintenance Team Member

Jamestown, IN

JOB SUMMARY:

Maintains all aspects of the dies to ensure the quality of cast components.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Primary duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

· Interpret customer prints, engineering specifications, layout results and functional requirements

· Disassemble and assemble to design specifications

· Wire limit switches, clean dies as needed, polish, grind and finish as needed.

· Weld utilizing various welding equipment. Operate milling machines, lathes and surface grinders

· Fabricate items as needed. Measure die parts utilizing metric scale. Lift dies using hoist or crane.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Education/Experience

· Related certification from college or technical school, or two years’ experience and high school diploma or G.E.D or equivalent or combination of education and experience Technical Competencies

Technical Competencies

· Understanding of electrical, electronic, pneumatics, hydraulics, and mechanical drives

· Proficient personal computer and software skills.

Non-Technical Competencies

· Leadership (team development, ability to influence, organizational awareness.)

· Communication (verbal communication, persuasive impact, listening, written communication.)

· Interpersonal skills (relationship building, team work, conflict resolution, customer orientation.)

Purchasing Assistant Manager

Jamestown, IN

PURCHASING ASSISTANT MANAGER

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Consists of planning, directing, or coordinating the activities of buyers, purchasing officers, and related workers involved in purchasing materials, products, and services.

Principle Responsibilities:

· Coordinates all activities involved with procuring goods and services, including materials, equipment, pass-through parts, tools, and supplies.

· Investigate and research new (potential) supply sources.

· Maintain Supplier Evaluation system.

· Conduct market studies and trends.

· Negotiate contracts and/or adjustments with suppliers.

· Confers with suppliers to obtain product or service information, such as price, availability, and delivery schedule.

· Prepares purchase orders and/or bid requests

· Review requisitions for completeness and adherence to stated monetary signing authorities.

· Handle adjustments required for non-conforming receipts and invoices.

· Perform routine and special expediting.

· Oversee and manage all Purchasing functions.

· Performs other functions as assigned by departmental management.

Required Education, Qualifications, Technical Skills / Competencies:

· 4-year college degree in business or related discipline, or 3 years purchasing experience in a manufacturing environment at the Buyer level

· Requires a mature judgment and initiative

· Must be accurate, dependable, and able to hold matters in the strictest confidence

· Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written

· Computer/software knowledgeable

· Skills in basic logic, deductive reasoning, and math

· Advanced skills in contract review and negotiations

 

Welding Assistant Manager

Jamestown, IN

JOB SUMMARY:

Assist in coordinating activities of the welding department.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Primary duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

· Assist in monitoring production schedules and problem solving to meet required deadlines

· Preview production and operating reports to resolve operational manufacturing and maintenance problems to ensure minimum costs and operational delays.

· Develop Group Leaders in all areas such as team member relations, problem solving, setting, and achieving goals, manufacturing processes, scheduling, equipment problems, etc.

· Ensure safety, quality, and training programs are maintained.

· Must be flexible and able to work in all areas to accomplish Company Goals & Objectives.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Education/Experience

· College degree and/or 5+ years of experience and general knowledge in automotive robotic welding is ideal, will take someone from non-automotive metal fabrication who has good supervisor experience.

· 2yrs. Of experience in Group Leader or Specialist position preferred.

· Must not have an active corrective action.

Technical Competencies

· Strong technical skills (i.e., manufacturing, mechanical, welding)

· Leadership

· Planning

· Critical analysis

· Risk management

Die Maintenance Team Lead

Jamestown, IN

JOB SUMMARY:

Assist in providing leadership and coordinating the activities of the department.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Primary duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

· Communicate Group Leader’s directions to Team Members and assist in coordinating department activities based on targets of completion for projects.

· Reading and interpreting drawings and specifications to manufacture detail die tooling for new and existing dies.

· Develop skill of die maintenance team members through training.

· Work closely with department in the areas of safety and quality. Ensure programs are maintained, the department follows the standards, and the appropriate training is effectively given to all employees.

· Train Team Members in departmental functions

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Education/Experience

High school diploma or G.E.D, or equivalent combination of education and experience, or technical certification and

three (3) + years of related experience

Technical Competencies

· Strong technical skills (i.e., manufacturing, mechanical)

· Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.

· Ability to apply mathematical concepts (i.e., algebra, geometry).

· Proficient personal computer and software skills.

Non-Technical Competencies

· Leadership (team development, ability to influence, organizational awareness.)

· Communication (verbal communication, persuasive impact, listening, written communication)

· Interpersonal skills (relationship building, teamwork, conflict resolution, customer orientation)
Performance skills (accuracy with detail, planning and organizing, efficiency)

Stamping Assistant Manager

Jamestown, IN

JOB SUMMARY:

Provides leadership and coordinates the activities of the department.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

Primary duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:

· Monitors the production schedules to ensure product(s) are manufactured and scheduled delivery dates are met in order to plan department operations.

· Preview production and operating reports and resolve operational manufacturing, and maintenance problems to ensure minimum costs and prevent operational delays as needed

· Develop and work with Group Leaders in all areas such as employee relations, problem solving, setting and achieving goals, manufacturing processes, scheduling, equipment problems, etc.

· Aid employees and supervisors in solving work-related problems

· Develop & coordinate cost reduction activities to achieve yearly targets

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

Education/Experience

· Bachelor's degree in business administration or another related field is required.

· 5+ years of previous manufacturing / production control experience, including experience in a supervisory or management role or equivalent gained through a combination of education and experience.

Technical Competencies

· Strong technical skills (i.e., manufacturing, mechanical)

· Proficient personal computer and mathematical skills

· Leadership (setting pace, decisiveness, team development, ability to influence, organizational awareness).

· People developing (assessment of others, feedback/coaching, delegation, motivating others, performance management, communicating expectations).

· Communication (verbal communication, persuasive impact, listening, written communication).

· Judgment and thinking (strategic thinking, original thinking, judgment and decision making, problem solving, awareness).
Performance skills (accuracy with detail, planning and organizing, efficiency).

Quality Inspector

Marysville, OH
Quality Inspector Job Summary
Quality Inspectors perform various sorting, inspection, production, and data capture. Quality Inspectors work in partnership with our customer's clients to contain and improve quality issues the most efficient way possible.
Quality Inspectors work in manufacturing plants, warehouses, or other locations where the parts are being produced or stored. The location may vary day to day depending on the needs of our customers and their clients.
Our teams work collectively to ensure that we are responsive, accountable, and accurate in all aspects of our work. It’s important and our people are key to our continued success.
Quality Inspector Job Responsibilities & Duties
  • Performs various sorting, inspection, production, and data entry
  • Reads and follows work instructions, work rules and directions
  • Maintains organization and cleanliness of work area
  • Uses inspection, measuring and test equipment as required
  • Completes required training classes
  • Follows all employee policies and other duties as assigned
Quality Inspector Job Qualifications & Skills
  • Flexibility and adaptability
  • Positive attitude and self-motivated
  • Detail orientated
 

Quality Inspector

East Liberty, OH
Quality Inspector Job Summary
Quality Inspectors perform various sorting, inspection, production, and data capture. Quality Inspectors work in partnership with our customer's clients to contain and improve quality issues the most efficient way possible.
Quality Inspectors work in manufacturing plants, warehouses, or other locations where the parts are being produced or stored. The location may vary day to day depending on the needs of our customers and their clients.
Our teams work collectively to ensure that we are responsive, accountable, and accurate in all aspects of our work. It’s important and our people are key to our continued success.
Quality Inspector Job Responsibilities & Duties
  • Performs various sorting, inspection, production, and data entry
  • Reads and follows work instructions, work rules and directions
  • Maintains organization and cleanliness of work area
  • Uses inspection, measuring and test equipment as required
  • Completes required training classes
  • Follows all employee policies and other duties as assigned
Quality Inspector Job Qualifications & Skills
  • Flexibility and adaptability
  • Positive attitude and self-motivated
  • Detail orientated
 

Pivot Into a Future-Proof Field 

These days, working in the automotive industry is more than just popping a hood and getting your hands dirty. There is no shortage of jobs and functions that require a range of skill sets.

If you're searching for your big why -- here's three:

The Freedom to Navigate 

Automatic Staffing makes a more flexible lifestyle possible. When you tell us about who you are and where you excel, we place you in a position where you are challenged and rewarded at every turn. Whether you need temporary or permanent placement, we have your back.

Build More Than Cars –– Build a Career

Forge the future of modern automotive manufacturing. The global automotive industry is growing faster than ever and is ripe for disruption. Get in on the ground floor now, and put your prospects of pioneering a fruitful and fulfilling career into overdrive.

Preserve American Industry 

The American automotive industry is influential and flourishing. Automatic Staffing gives you the opportunity to work for America's most iconic car brands on American soil to keep driving America's most legendary industry forward.

Opportunities for Every Interest

  • Quality Inspectors
  • Quality Assurance/Quality Control Engineers
  • Production Associates & Supervisors
  • Assemblers
  • Maintenance Technicians
  • Material Handlers, Warehouse Associates, Pickers, Packers
  • Machine Operators, Machine Programmers
  • Welders
  • Controls Engineers
  • Controls Engineers
  • Electrical Engineers
  • Fabricators, Machinists

Your Future: Rerouted

You have the upper hand in the job market. Take every advantage.

Today, employees like you want more than just a job. They crave a career: somewhere where they can build, conquer, and speed down the fast lane to a more stable and satisfying future. As technology and innovation advance the way we work, there's an increased demand for nimble minds to drive our economy forward.

If you're looking for a field that's both tech-driven and hands-on, versatile yet long-established, and possesses an unrivaled industry outlook, park -- don't just pull up -- in the automotive sector.

Dream Big. We're in Your Corner.