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Join the Austin Tri-Hawk Automotive Team

Interested in joining a friendly, family-orientated company in a challenging, fast-paced industry? Check out our open automotive manufacturing jobs below!

Open Positions

    Quality Auditor 2nd Shift

    Responsibility: Strategic

    Responsible for managing the production side of quality and relations with the customer as well as

    providing direction to quality associates and the quality area to ensure customer requirements and

    customer satisfaction is met. Assist quality team via auditing to enforce client requirements and ensure

    customer satisfaction.

    Support (ATA) efforts to promote Corporate Social Responsibility, (CSR) and ensure activities are carried out in cooperation with G-TEKT CSR, and Corporate Governance initiatives and activities to ensure compliance in functional areas of responsibility. Support the Corporate Governance Policy of Austin Tri-Hawk Automotive and the Objectives of:

    • Meeting challenges of changed legal and business environment.
    • Enhancing the trust of ATA among customers, associates, and society.
    • Implementing activities to improve ATA business operations using a strategy of Steady Compliance.

    Accountable to
    Quality Manager/QA Coordinator

    Qualifications
    Willingness to learn, receive direction and share quality information with other associates.

    • Knowledge of blueprints
    • Knowledge of problem solving techniques
    • Knowledge of metrology

    Leadership

    • Ensure compliance to all safety procedures.
    • Assist keeping team focused on assigned activities.
    • Assist development of team skill base and all associate quality training.
    • Assist associates with knowledge of quality defects and customer requirements

    Service

    • Assist in maintaining the company’s Quality systems.
    • Assist completion of all customer requirements such as Quality Control Plans, Drawing control, Inspection Fixture Instructions, Gage Control documents, etc.
    • Assist associates regarding part quality
    • Assist maintenance of product quality so that parts shipped meet or exceeds our customer requirement.
    • Assist the company in meeting IATF-16949 requirements and support IATF-16949 requirements.
    • Assist in part submission preparation.
    • Look for Kaizen opportunities and present ideas to management.

    Operations

    • Examine products to ensure they meet specifications and standards of presentation and quality.
    • Inspect product per control plan requirements and visual controls.
    • Train and assist operators to carry out their quality control functions
    • Maintain appropriate documentation on quality checks & issues.
    • Ensure associate compliance to shop floor quality systems.
    • Sample products to determine whether they meet specifications and quality standards, follow “Stop Call Wait” instruction when parts are found to be defective.
    • Place nonconforming parts on hold and determine exposure in house and shipped
    • Issue, track and close NPR records
    • Ensure “hold” product is stored in designated area.
    • Maintain hold area ensuring product is reworked and dispositioned daily
    • Complete all required inspections on production floor.
    • Ensure all suspect parts are contained and labeled properly.
    • Ensure rework instructions are present for any suspect parts.
    • Manage sort activities regarding hold parts.
    • Make judgment calls regarding part quality
    • Disposition questionable product in “red” bins.
    • Keep correct records of scrap and hold information
    • Issue daily quality report and daily information letter
    • Know and comprehend critical/safety characteristics of each part.
    • Communicate with all associates on product quality, procedures and processes
    • Assist with sorting tasks to verify quantities shipped to customer.
    • Assist with dimensional fixture and part layouts
    • Utilize fixtures and basic measuring device
    • Assist Assembly Coordinator with educating and training of all associates on proper fixture usage.
    • Other duties assigned by the Quality Manager or Quality Coordinator.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Pay: $19.80 per hour

    Benefits:

    • 401(k)
    • Dental insurance
    • Health insurance
    • Life insurance
    • Paid time off
    • Vision insurance

     

    Schedule:

    • 12 hour shift
    • Monday to Friday
    • Night shift
    • Overtime
    • Weekends as needed

    Education:

    • High school or equivalent (Preferred)

    Experience:

    • Manufacturing: 2 years (Preferred)

    Work Location: In person

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  • Quality Auditor 2nd Shift
  • Maintenance Technician

    Responsibility

    Maintain and improve the integrity of machinery for our production systems.

    Qualifications

    • Associates degree or five (5) plus years professional experience in Maintenance field
    • Experience in Programmable Logic Controllers
    • Training or experience in Mechanical and Electrical technology and repair
    • Experience in Electrical Safety practices
    • Training or experience in basic Robotics, Hydraulics and Pneumatics

    Leadership

    • Ensure compliance to all safety procedures.
    • Model and mentor proper process procedures and maintenance problem solving.
    • Model proper safety precautions and enforce equipment safety regulations.

    Service

    • Maintain knowledge of machine programming and functions.
    • Support maintenance and all production areas with technical skill.
    • Assist in the evaluation and correction of machinery problems
    • Support IATF-16949 requirements.

    Operations

    • Maintain machinery maintenance, updates, backups and improvements.
    • Plan and coordinate installation and removal of mechanical and electrical devices.
    • Evaluate specific machinery and trouble shoot repair procedures.
    • Handle programming testing procedures.
    • Comprehend robotic programming systems and their functionality.
    • Assess and trouble shoot robotic software.
    • Develop and implement continuous improvements.
    • All other duties assigned by the Engineering Manager.

    *Pay will be based skill test

    Job Type: Full-time

    Pay: Up to $33.80 per hour

    Expected hours: 40 – 72 per week

    Benefits:

    • 401(k)
    • Employee discount
    • Health insurance

     

    Schedule:

    • Night shift

     

    Experience:

    • Programmable logic controllers: 1 year (Preferred)
    • Troubleshooting: 1 year (Preferred)
    • Conveyor installation: 1 year (Preferred)
    • Electrical engineering: 1 year (Preferred)
    • PLC Knowledge: 1 year (Preferred)
    • Robot programming: 1 year (Preferred)
    • Mechanical knowledge: 1 year (Required)

     

    Work Location: In person

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  • Maintenance Technician
  • Tool & Die Maker 2nd Shift

    Responsibility

    Correct and improve tooling, jigs and fixtures for which responsibility is assigned: Develop, constructs, and alters a wide variety of jigs, fixtures, and gauges. Performs assignments ranging from the use of ordinary tool room operations, to work involving accurate relationships, and extremely close tolerances.

    Also, reconstruct/repairs and selecting the proper materials. Makes allowances for shrinkage during the heat-treating of tools and metal flows in dies. Identifies and corrects problems in complicated dies and tools.

    Qualifications

    • Certificate in Progressive Die & Design from industry accredited program;
    • Three (3) to Five (5) years professional experience in tool and Die and Machining in the related field.
    • Experience in Tool and Die Welding.

    Leadership

    • Ensure compliance to all safety procedures.
    • Assist with associate skill development if assigned by Coordinator.
    • Model and mentor proper process procedures and die or tool problem solving.

    Service

    • Help train associates in tooling and machining operations.
    • Assist with die or tool repair planning.
    • Complete all tool work orders and other documentation as required.
    • Maintain continuous improvement of all assigned tooling.
    • Support IATF-16949 requirements.
    • Assist in maintaining professional communications within team and other facility teams.

    Operations

    • Confirm accuracy in die usage for production operation.
    • Monitor product quality.
    • Manage die maintenance area documentation.
    • Manage ordering of all die maintenance supplies, replacement die parts, and maintaining stock on these items.
    • Actively maintain 5s organization throughout the tool shop.
    • Other duties assigned by Area Manager.

    *Pay based on experience.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Pay: Up to $36.00 per hour

    Benefits:

    • 401(k)
    • Dental insurance
    • Health insurance
    • Life insurance
    • Tuition reimbursement
    • Vision insurance

     

    Schedule: Night shift

    Experience:

    • TIG welding: 1 year (Preferred)
    • MIG welding: 1 year (Preferred)
    • Hand grinding: 1 year (Preferred)
    • Mills , metal, lathes and saws: 1 year (Preferred)
    • CNC: 2 years (Preferred)
    • Blueprint reading: 2 years (Preferred)

     

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  • Tool & Die Maker 2nd Shift

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