Assembler IV - Red Tag Mechanic

Club Car

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Evans, GA

Job Description

As posted by the hiring company

Job Overview:

Red Tag Mechanic 


Under direct supervision, as assigned from either the Manufacturing Supervisor or Team Lead, ensures parts, products and cars are manufactured in a high quality/cost effective manner. Utilizes previous experience and skills to fill in as an Assembler for any absent Assemblers, as well as performs rework processes/ repairs as needed. Provides the necessary technical training and cross-training each associate and co-associate needs to accomplish their assigned job in accordance with performance expectations. Keeps the Manufacturing Supervisor/ Team Leader advised on associate relations issues related to policy and procedure compliance.


  • Utilizes previous work experience and skills learned to fill in as an Assembler, anywhere in the department, when normally assigned Assemblers are absent or not available. Performs all necessary job requirements of the UVS Assembler during that assignment.
  • Ensures all jobs are set up and necessary tools are available to meet daily manufacturing requirements. Trains and provides cross training for each newly assigned or hired associate/co-associate in the technical requirements of the assigned assembly position/station for both quality and productivity. Training is to include, as a minimum, proper assembly methods, work verification requirements/procedures, TQC requirements/procedures and Kanban maintenance.
  • Ensures Assemblers have the proper tools and gages to perform their assigned tasks.
  • Performs verification of work procedures and retrains Assemblers as required to ensure product specifications are met. Coordinates with Quality Control to obtain initial approval of first/final parts produced. Coordinates with the Manufacturing Supervisor/Section Leader to determine the disposition of questionable scrapped or rejected parts and assemblies.
  • Trains Assemblers in policies and procedures related to maintaining the department in a clean, safe and orderly fashion.
  • Reworks and repairs vehicles in finished goods inventory or in the red tag area when necessary. Also inventories and installs missing components on vehicles in finished goods inventory when necessary
  • Submits work orders and tool repair tickets to Tool and Die and Plant Engineering in a timely manner.
  • Provides input to Manufacturing Supervisor/Section Leader regarding improvement of production issues, tooling, fixtures and changes in processes and takes action, upon approval, to improve those processes and quality issues.
  • Performs assigned assembly/fabrication work in other departments as required.
  • Will be required to perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned.


  • Must be able to read and receive instructions in English.
  • High School Diploma/Equivalent
  • Must have broad experience working in all the Welding work stations, using all the tools and equipment within the assigned department.
  • Must also have proven documented ability to consistently weld and assemble products within the established parameters of both quality and productivity over very long periods of time.
  • Must also have the ability to read blueprints and communicate technical issues to department Assemblers and have demonstrated leadership skills.

Key Competencies:


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