Wheel Receiving And Packaging

LKQ Corp Bethlehem , PA 18018

Posted 6 days ago

Job Description:

Job Summary:
Responsible for carrying out various production assignments within the wheel remanufacturing process, with the ability to be productive and accurate while working safely and producing quality products

Essential Job Duties:

Assure safety standards are used at all times and comply with all OSHA and L&I regulations.

Follow all work instructions SOI's.

Responsible for productivity and quality for assigned production process.

Maintain orderliness and cleanliness of assigned work areas.

Comply with established company policies and procedures.

Assume other duties as assigned.

The following duties may apply dependent on the specific production area(s) which the employee is assigned.

May Perform Additional Duties As Assigned For General Wheel Remanufacturing Production: Identifies wheel/bumper cores daily for inventory, and separates cores based on "non-usable" which are thrown away, and "usable" which are prioritized for production.

Physically inventories entire core yard weekly.

Assists in the receiving process, and the cleaning and straightening process.

Assist in hand detail process and powder coat process.

Company Overview:

LKQ Corporation (NYSE: LKQ), an S&P 500 and Fortune 500 company, is a leading global value-added distributor of vehicle repair parts and accessories. The Company is the leading North American provider of recycled automotive and aftermarket collision parts as well as specialty accessories for automobiles, trucks, recreational and performance vehicles.

LKQ Europe, with operations located in 15 countries, collectively is the largest distributor of automotive aftermarket mechanical repair parts and related products in Europe, holding leading market positions in the United Kingdom, Italy, The Netherlands, The Czech Republic and Slovakia. Globally, the Company has more than 1,100 operating locations and 40,000 employees.

LKQ has an entrepreneurial, growth orientated culture and since 2005 consolidated revenue has grown at a compound annual rate of 28%. Come join the family and be LKQ Proud!

We offer:

  • Competitive Pay 401k Plan with generous employer match

  • Insurance Plans for (Medical, Dental, Vision, Life and Disability)?

  • Paid Holiday leave days and a Paid Time Off Program

  • Tuition Reimbursement

  • A top-notch leadership team with the experience needed to grow and develop your career

Job Requirements

Education and Experience: High School graduate or G.E.D. equivalent desired. Prior painting, sanding, and machining experience preferred, supplemented by on-the-job training, to learn duties, nature of work performed, procedures, work methods, to become familiar with the company's products, locations, machines and equipment, operating methods, and to attain proficiency requirements and to fully assume responsibilities of the job.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Must be familiar with the company's products and warehouse methods, techniques and procedures.

Must be able to work in cooperation with others. Must be attentive to detail and ensure accuracy in work assignments. Must be able to communicate effectively with others. Must have the flexibility to work variable schedules, including weekends.

Machines, Equipment, and Software: Lathe, sand blaster, powder coater, hand grinder, torch set, wheel straightener, and ladder.

Essential Physical Demands/Work Environment: This position requires individuals to constantly be on their feet except when operating machinery. Should not have any lifting restrictions and must not be afraid of heights.

They must be able to stand for long periods, sit, walk, push, pull, bend, climb and be able to move/lift up to 75 pounds regularly. They must be able to climb ladders, stairs and withstand heights of more than 15 feet.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts. Should be able to tolerate high and low temperature levels.

The employee is occasionally exposed to extreme cold and extreme heat. The noise level in the work environment is moderately loud



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