General Labor Finishing 2nd & 3rd Shift - $19/hr

Job Locations US-IN-Auburn
Production/General Labor

Job Description and Responsibilities

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  • Works safely to prevent on-the-job injuries by wearing appropriate safety equipment (i.e., glasses, steel-toed shoes, ear plugs, etc.), following safe work practices and operating equipment in compliance with OSHA regulations and company policies and procedures
  • Operate shakeout including separating gates, risers, and castings using a hammer and hook at moving conveyor.  Operate wedger,  Swings a hammer, overhead to knee height, making contact with the iron casting/sprue 20-35 times per minute.
  • Visually inspects castings for defects per work instructions including external defects, excessive core fin or flash, burn-in sand, high ingate, etc. standing in front of a moving conveyor.
  • Operates grinders (i.e. hand and pedestal) to remove excess flashing in a safe manner by inspecting grinder for proper adjustment, cracks or chips in the wheel and overall working condition.  The operator will report any problems to the facilitator. May grind 2-12 castings per minute depending on size.
  • Places, stacks, grasps and/or throws finished parts in/on designated shipping containers knee to shoulder height for shipment as specified by work instructions.
  • Operates and runs 34 blast as needed
  • Build boxes using stapler requires bending at waist to staple boxes together
  • Maintains a clean and orderly work area.
  • May be assigned other duties as needed.


  • Must be able to stand entire shift. 
  • Must be able to lift up to 52 pounds on frequent basis to keep up with production.
  • Must be able to swing a hammer with forceful motion frequently to keep up with production.
  • Must be able to see to visually inspect castings - (vision assessment is part of pre-employment process)
  • Previous Manufacturing experience is preferred.


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