Production Worker Hiring Event – South San Antonio
January 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Our client has several openings for Production Workers with plenty of opportunity for overtime!
Pay starts at $12.00 /hour after a 30-day training period and can increase up to $16.51 after conversion!
IHC offers weekly pay and access to medical, vision, and dental benefits for qualifying employees! Ready for a great career? Interview at our hiring event on Monday, January 27, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Integrated Human Capital has temp-to-hire opportunities for those looking for a career with excellent growth potential! We’re hiring Warehouse Production Workers for Toyota suppliers. After conversion to full-time status, you’ll be earning $16.51 /hour!
Warehouse Production Workers are responsible for the complete assembly of various automotive parts while maintaining safety, quality, and efficiency work standards.
Compensation & Schedule for the Production Worker:
- Schedule: Rotational work schedule (2 weeks days / 2 weeks nights)
- 10-12-hour work days; Monday – Saturdays
- Guaranteed 10-20 hours of Weekly Overtime
- Starting Salary: $12.00/hour ($11.00 /hour during first 30 days of training)
- Salary After Conversion:$16.51/Hour
- Salary After 6 Months of Conversion: $17.61/Hour
- Salary After 12 Months of Conversion: $18.83/Hour
- Weekly Payday (Every Friday) and Direct Deposit
Responsibilities of the Production Worker:
- Completes assembly of automotive parts for Toyota’s Tacoma and Tundra trucks
- Controls processing, delivery, or installation of nonconforming product until deficiency or unsatisfactory conditions have been corrected
- Restocks manufacturing and assembly areas as needed to ensure proper work flow
- Performs quality inspections of works in progress
- Incorporates safe working procedures into all daily activities in and around facility
Requirements of the Production Worker:
- Ability to lift and carry 30-lb seating components frequently and repetitively
- Ability to use handheld pneumatic tools
- Ability to report and document deviations from standardized situations and follow “Stop, Call, Wait” steps
- Previous assembly experience a plus