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Heavy Assembler_Career at Arcosa Inc

Posted in Transportation 11 days ago.

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Type: Full-Time
Location: Tulsa, Oklahoma

Job Description:

Arcosa Wind Towers is looking for a Heavy Assembler to join our team in Tulsa, OK. 

Safety Sensitive: Yes

What you'll do:

  • Assemble mechanical units, fabricate parts/components, sub-assemblies, assemble or complete units using hand tools, power tools, jigs, fixtures and miscellaneous equipment. 

  • Fit, align, calibrate and adjust parts and mechanisms to meet tolerances and product operating requirements

  • Repair units or products that have failed to meet requirements.

  •  Attach components to finished product as specified. 

  • Lay out reference points, positions, aligns, and fits together fabricated parts according to blueprint and layout specifications. 

  • Identify parts that need repair and perform repairs as necessary. 

  • Follows safety rules and practices.


What you'll need:

  • Ability to read blueprints and layout specifications or the ability to learn within 6 months

  • Ability to be able to operate mobile equipment or the ability to learn to operate mobile equipment within 6 months

  • Ability to identify and match up sub-assembly to final product or be able to identify and match up sub-assembly to final product within 6 months

  • Ability to utilize hand tools apply appropriate torque sequence and values or the ability to learn within 6 months

  • Ability to work as a team, demonstrate high ethical standards, treat all coworkers with dignity and respect and support a positive working culture

Working Conditions:

  • Full time hourly position

  • Work environment includes plant, warehouse, production and non-production areas and plant grounds which operate multiple shifts and frequent weekend shifts

  • This position requires work/maintenance coverage beyond the normal hours, shift, and on weekends/holidays

  • Ability to tolerate both high and low temperatures, loud noises typical of a manufacturing plant.