We Keep the Automotive Industry Moving

Automatic Staffing represents the most explosive, exciting, and established automotive companies in the world. If you want to maximize your potential and work where you’re valued — get in touch with us today.

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.

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.

Explore Careers With Automatic Staffing

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
 

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

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
Job Description
 
Position Title: Production Coordinator
 
Reports to: Production Manager 
 
Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
 
Job Purpose: Responsible for the daily fulfillment of the production schedule and collaborating with other departments to ensure all resources are available to production team.  Assisting Production Manager.
 
Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities:
 
On-going Responsibilities:
 
  1. Properly organizes and directs the Production Specialist position(s) and the Material Handler position(s) to achieve a satisfactory workflow.
  2. Ensuring that the work environment is safe, secure and healthy.
  3. Coordinates weekly production schedule with inventory needs to achieve daily quotas.
  4. Helps staff achieve company goals by communicating expectations, planning, monitoring, and evaluating job results.
  5. Collects data and updates the Quota vs. Actual Production report.
  6. Communicates with and assists other production manager(s) as needed.
  7. Follows and maintains a forklift certification with MWI Labs.
  8. Initiates supply purchase requisitions.
  9. Implement Production Management module [scanning of work orders].
  10. Verifies production records.
  11. Assists supervisor with projects upon request.
  12. Participates in R&D activities upon request of President or Director of R&D.
  13. 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.
  14. Completes all other reasonable tasks as assigned by immediate supervisor.
 
Daily Responsibilities:
 
  1. Participate in the company’s morning stretch. If you are unable to stretch, join the group and do deep breathing or meditation exercises.
  2. Maintains supply cabinet min/max levels.
  3. Check emails and voicemails upon arrival in the morning and respond to all before leaving for the day.
  4. Review open projects/daily tasks.
  5. Prints placards for returning components.
  6. Verifies/reconciles counts on completed work orders.
  7. Maintains the Deployment board with job assignments for hourly production employees. [assigns temporary workers to job assignments].
  8. Email daily production numbers to appropriate team members.
 
 
Weekly or Bi-weekly Responsibilities:
 
  1. Attends weekly priority meeting.
  2. Reviews and approves production specialists and material handler’s time off request and approves reported work hours within the Paycor software.
  3. Conveys any equipment needs or maintenance issues to Production Manager and Maintenance Department.
 
 
Monthly Responsibilities:
 
  1. Attend Monthly Production/Quality/R&D & Maintenance Huddle.
Annually
 
  1. Participate in annual cycle counts.
  2. Produces, conducts and participates in annual employee evaluations of production specialist(s) and material handler.
  3.  Participate in performance review with supervisor.  

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

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.

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

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