Production Operator-5am-5pm

Company Name:
ADVICS North America, Inc.
## Job Description
ADVICS Manufacturing Ohio, Inc. is a leading OEM automotive supplier located in Lebanon, Ohio (just North of Cincinnati). We manufacture the highest quality and most competitive disc brake calipers and ESC brake system components in the world. By utilizing the Just-In-Time production model we are able to identify and solve problems efficiently at virtually every step of the manufacturing process. ADVICS meets challenges before they arise allowing us to produce "world class" quality calipers and antilock braking systems.
Our history of no layoffs even in difficult times allows us to attract top notch team members.
We currently have a need for fulltime Production Operators to fill positions on our 12-hour shifts (5:00 am - 5:00 pm). These positions involve all aspects of machining and assembly, with broad team responsibility for:
Maintaining safety standards
Performing quality inspections
Ensuring production quantity and delivery goals are met
Performing preventative machine maintenance
3 years experience in a team based, high volume production environment is necessary. Specific requirements include:
HS diploma or GED and some college or technical training
Very stable work history
Previous leadership experience (strongly preferred)
Good reading/communication skills
Ability to lift 50 lbs
Ability to work in a physically demanding & fast-paced environment
Excellent Compensation & Comprehensive Benefits
Competitive Wages starting at $12.54 per hour for people with previous leadership experience
Step Raises to $13.62 in six months & $15.79 in 18 months
Gainsharing Bonus every 6 months
Medical, Dental and Vision, Disability, Life
Dollar for Dollar 401k Match + Profit Sharing
12 Hours shifts that provide 3 day & 4 day workweeks
People-focused environment
Advancement opportunities to $19.48 as an Operator
Equal Opportunity Employer
Requisition Number: 132
Job Title: Production Operator-5am-5pm
Shift: 5:00a-5:00p
Area of Interest: Machine Operator
City: Lebanon
State: Ohio

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