Assembly / Swing Shift
Johnson Thermal Systems, Inc.
$1,500 SIGN ON BONUS
ASSEMBLY / POWER
OUR COMPANY: Founded in 2006, Johnson Thermal Systems (JTS) is the largest and leading provider of Power Packaging, Power Distribution Centers and Industrial Refrigeration Units. All equipment is designed and manufactured by our team, in our facility. At JTS, we are proud to have a 'work focused' culture that demands the very best of our staff. As a company, we are committed to ongoing training and education to support our staff and ensure, every job we complete is right the first time.
Why You Are Needed:
As an Assembler we are looking to you to be responsible for working safely as part of a team assembling sheet metal control house buildings using a variety of hand and power tools. It requires knowledge of the whole assembly process to enable each team member to rotate through all or most tasks rather than being assigned to a specific task on a permanent basis.
What You Will Receive in Return:
- Competitive Salary
- 120 hours of PTO
- 9 Paid Holidays
- Health/Dental/Vision Insurance
- Corporate Health Club Membership
- 401k with 2% match
What You Will Need to Succeed:
Education: High school graduate or GED
Experience: Must have at least 2 years' experience in a manufacturing or construction environment, preferably using hand and power tools.
• Knowledge of machines and tools, including their uses.
• Knowledge of materials, methods, and the tools involved in the construction or repair of sheet metal structures
• Ability to interpret blueprints and drawings.
• Mathematical skills such as adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, fractions and using a tape measure.
• Ability to rotate through all the tasks required including screwing panels together, installing insulation, using power tools such as drills, grinders and a welder.
• Ability to operate heavy equipment such as forklifts and overhead cranes.
• Determining project requirements, including scope, assembly sequences, and required methods and materials, according to blueprints, drawings, and written or verbal instructions.
• Lay out, measure, and mark dimensions and reference lines on material, according to drawings or templates, using calculator