Louisville, Ky. – GE Appliances in Louisville is looking to hire 200 employees for production assembly, according to a report by WDRB-TV.
The manufacturing company will begin accepting applications on Wednesday Aug. 26 at 6 p.m. online. Paper applications will not be accepted.
Passing applicants will be invited to to take an email test.
WDBR-TV posted the full job description and essential responsibilities:
- The responsibility of a Manufacturing Production Worker (Assembly 1S – Park Pool) can include but not be limited to the following:
- Progressive assembly line work involving the assembly or sub-assembly of various components, collaborating and interacting with other team members, as required.
- Frequently installing various components using a wide range of powered-hand tools, (air/electric guns) to assemble, check, adjust or repair appliances.
- Various general assembly activities required including: driving screws and/or assembling other fasteners; applying tape, insulation or other materials; assembling/fastening wire harnesses, terminating wires; check, adjust, or repair sub or final assemblies; testing and/or packaging of sub or final assemblies.
- Must demonstrate the ability to follow policies and practices and improve Safety, Quality, Delivery and Cost including, but not limited to: use of all required personal protective equipment, ensuring machine guards and safety features are working, identifying and reporting unsafe working conditions; attention to detail – identifying and reporting quality issues found through in-line checking and reporting of critical appearance defects for resolution.
- Physical demands of the position include: Frequently handle various parts for assembly; frequent bending, twisting, reaching, stooping, crouching, squatting, walking, pushing/pulling, grasping, squeezing, manual dexterity, climbing, balance and standing for long periods of time. Handling and lifting of parts or materials – minimum of 42 lbs. lifting/carrying and 49 lbs. pushing/pulling is required.
- Ability to work in a loud/noisy environment.
- The factories are not climate controlled – conditions can be hot or cold.
- Ability to change shifts and work overtime as required.
- Switching between various production assignments as required.
- All jobs are subject to rotation.
Earlier in the week, GE announced that the company had invested more than $100 million in its Louisville facility for expanded manufacturing capabilities at its laundry plant.