Paint Prep – 2nd Shift

Iowa Mold Tooling Co., Inc.

Bedford, PA

About JLG, an Oshkosh company

JLG began in 1969, when our founder, John L. Grove set out to resolve growing safety concerns in the construction industry. Since then we have been committed to understanding the challenges and delivering innovative solutions to the access market. We partner with customers to provide quality equipment, training opportunities and trusted support within the access industry. We are a global company, and our products—including mobile elevating work platforms, telehandlers, utility vehicles and accessories—can be found all over the world.

Why JLG?

In addition to our competitive pay offerings, some of the many reasons to consider a career with JLG:

  • Sign-on and referral bonus opportunities
  • Shift Premiums for 2nd & 3rd shifts
  • Annual performance bonus with a 5% goal.
  • Tuition reimbursement toward degree programs
  • Medical insurance with Rx coverage and Health Savings Account
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • 401K program with generous employer match
  • Paid Time Off (vacation) program that offers 80 hours in first full year of employment.
  • 11 paid Holidays each year
  • Company-funded Life Insurance and Short-Term Disability
  • Supplemental Life Insurance and Long-Term Disability
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Wellness Program
  • Employee Discount Program
  • Company paid safety footwear and safety prescription eyewear programs


The Paint Prep I is responsible for wiping, sanding, and inspecting all parts to be painted as well as plugging and masking all parts. Other required tasks include blowing water, shot blow of area, and operation of overhead hoist to hang parts.


These duties are not meant to be all-inclusive and other duties may be assigned.

  • Wipe, sand, inspect all parts, up to and, including preparation of painted parts for paint repair.

  • Plug and mask all parts and blow any and all excess water and shot from cavities within the parts to allow for proper paint adhesion and needs to be familiar with the operation of the overhead hoist for hanging parts.

  • Maintain a safe and clean work environment in compliance with safety procedures, rules, and proper 6S standards. Demonstrate best practices to follow all safe procedures in assembling and testing of all models/products in assigned function.

  • Inspect completed parts for quality, validate components meet production and quality standards.

  • Assist in driving back defects to the point of origin along with facilitation of corrective actions.

  • Maintain inventory levels by identifying, labeling, stocking and recording materials and supplies where applicable.


  • Forklift certification.

  • Tugger certification.

  • Tractor certification.

  • Driver’s license.


  • Internal Contacts: Contact with employees or others primarily at a routine level involving basic information exchange.

  • External Contacts: Limited external contact to: gather information, answer queries, or ask assistance.

  • Communication Skills: Read, write and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence and memos. Read and interpret safety rules, operating/maintenance instructions and procedure manuals.

  • Decision-Making: Requires minimal decision-making responsibility.

  • Complexity, Judgment and Problem Solving: Work of a relatively routine nature. Requires the ability to understand the follow instructions. Structured work, following a limited variety of standard practices. Generally structured work, but involving a choice of action within limits of standard policy and procedures.


  • Physical Demands: Frequent: Standing, Walking/Running, Sitting, Driving, Hearing, Talking, Visual, Typing, Manual Dexterity. Occasional: Reaching, Climbing, Bending/Kneeling, Typing, Fine Dexterity. Seldom: Lifting/Carrying 35 lbs., Pushing/Pulling 35 lbs.

  • Non-Physical Demands: Frequent: Analysis/Reasoning, Communication/Interpretation, Reading. Occasional: Writing. Seldom: Math/Mental Computation.

  • Environmental Demands: Frequent: Work Alone, Dust, Temperature Extremes, Loud Noises, Physical Danger, Toxic Substances (i.e. solvents, pesticides, etc.). Occasional: Frequent Task Changes, Tedious/Exacting Work. Seldom: High Volume Public Contact.

  • Work Schedule: Routine shift hours. Infrequent overtime, weekend, or shift rotation.

  • Demands/Deadlines: Occasional stress due to deadlines or workload because of intermittent or cyclical work pressures, or occasional exposure to distressed individuals within the immediate work environment.

Oshkosh is committed to working with and offering reasonable accommodation to job applicants with disabilities. If you need assistance or an accommodation due to disability for any part of the employment process, please contact us at: 920-502-3009 or

Oshkosh Corporation is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. This company will provide equal opportunity to all individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status. Information collected regarding categories as provided by law will in no way affect the decision regarding an employment application.

Oshkosh Corporation will not discharge or in any manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with Oshkosh Corporation's legal duty to furnish information.

Certain positions with Oshkosh Corporation require access to controlled goods and technologies subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations or the Export Administration Regulations. Applicants for these positions may need to be "U.S. Persons," as defined in these regulations. Generally, a "U.S. Person" is a U.S. citizen, lawful permanent resident, or an individual who has been admitted as a refugee or granted asylum.