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.
Assembler – 1st Shift (16 positions available)
1st Shift Core Hours: Monday - Thursday 5AM to 3PM
JLG Greencastle Operations – Molly Pitcher Hwy
Given the staffing constraints in production and to offset disruption to the business given the increases in product demand, these positions will be filled externally.
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
- Twice-yearly Merit Reviews, offering up to $0.60 hourly pay increases (up to $1.20 every 12 months).
- Annual performance bonus with a 5% goal.
- Tuition reimbursement toward degree programs of up to $10k annually.
- Medical insurance with Rx coverage and Health Savings Account
- Flexible Spending Accounts
- 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
This position is responsible for safely assembling equipment by following detailed instructions from supervisors and trainers. These assemblies vary in size and require the use of a variety of mechanical, electrical, and manual tools.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Position general responsibilities are as follows:
- Produce components by assembling parts and subassemblies Assemble parts, wires, hoses, and hydraulics onto trucks utilizing power equipment and wrenching techniques
- Drill holes for wires, hoses and small parts Operate a torch, plasma cutter, or grinder to cut and shape parts
- Position parts and subassemblies by using templates or reading measurements Install various truck accessories (decals, mud flaps, cameras, lights)
- Lift and stack completed subassemblies and parts up to 40 lbs and team lift up to 80lbs.
- Train and work in various areas of assembly in response to production demands
- Follow verbal and written work instructions.
- Attention to detail necessary to adhere to quality standards
- Maintain a safe and clean work environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations
- Must be able to work overtime and/or 7 days a week, regular attendance required
- All other duties and responsibilities that are assigned
- High School Diploma or GED
- 6+ months of experience in a manufacturing or general labor industry
- 1+ year(s) of experience in an assembly or mechanical occupation
TRAINING REQUIREMENTS On-the-job training
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