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Paccar | Broken Arrow, Oklahoma
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Job Description


PACCAR Winch is a division of PACCAR, a Fortune 500 company headquartered in Bellevue, Washington. PACCAR Winch manufactures high quality industrial winches, hoists and drives for the oil/gas, construction, utility and specialty markets.  PACCAR is a Fortune 500 company established in 1905.  Our business is growing and we are seeking a Product Handler / Parts Finisher  on 3rd shift..  This position is located in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma and the schedule is 11:00p.m. - 7:00a.m. Monday - Friday. Our facility is located at 800 East Dallas Street, Broken Arrow Oklahoma.  Salary/ Benefits: $14.94 - $18.92 per hour with occasional overtime available.  Benefits include: PACCAR retirement plan, 401K with 5% matching, medical insurance, dental, vision and company paid life insurance.  Company provided short term & long term disability coverage as well as 11 paid holidays and paid vacation.   PACCAR Winch does require applicants to complete a background check, drug test, and pre-employment physical as a condition of employment.    Our goal is for all employees to work safely without injury, maintaining the highest safety standards in compliance with Company safety policies.  PACCAR is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, Veteran, Disability Employer.  Employees must be able to meet certain physical requirements with accommodation.


Starting basics skills required

  1. Must be able to follow all written and verbal work instruction, operations and procedures.
  2. Have the ability to use pneumatic tools for removal of burrs to meet production requirements.
  3. Must be able to read and understand blueprints.
  4. Support plant safety policies and set a good example for others.
  5. Be able to recognize obvious irregularities in form, fit or function.
  6. Must to be able to operate the vibratory and sand blast machines.
  7. Basic computer skills required for the completion of time cards and production information as necessary in a computerized production management system.
  8. Must actively demonstrate good housekeeping practices in the work area as well as the entire facility.
  9. Must have the ability, knowledge and confidence to consistently meet or exceed the expected productivity standards for all work performed.
  10. Must be able to use material handling equipment (Raymond lifts, walkie stackers, low boys, etc.) to pull and position parts and materials necessary to perform your assigned tasks.
  11. Must have the ability and desire to work effectively and get along with others in a workgroup environment.
  12. This job qualification list is not an exhaustive list of job functions and may be supplemented by other information or documentation as required
  14. Desired skills to be obtained
    • Participate in seeking new and innovative ways to perform job.  Make recommendations and participate in initiating those changes.

      Train and coach employees in how to improve performance in all areas of wash and deburr.

    • Be capable to perform all assigned tasks from start to finish with minimal instruction.

    • Develop good problem solving skills.

    • Complete assignments on schedule while meeting or exceeding quality standards.

    • Perform and assist others to perform to the set efficiency standards set forth by the company for your work group.

    • Ensure the proper handling and disposal of all hazardous and non hazardous waste used.

    • Develop a high level of work organization skills. 

    • Must to able to learn and maintain the proper chemical balances in the phosphate wash system.


Physical Demands:  Must be able to work around chemicals such as solvents, soaps and phosphate; ability to lift 60 pounds and operate vibratory equipment. Must be able to stand on your feet 8-10 hours per day. 

Environment: PACCAR Winch is a manufacturer of industrial winches.  Employee is working around heavy machinery.  Employees must be able to operate safely in a busy industrial environment.  Additional physical requirements include standing, walking, bending 90% of the time.  Ability to squat, kneel on both knees, bend forward at the waist and hold hands above head.

About Paccar

PACCAR Inc, operates through two segments: design, manufacture and distribution of light-, medium- and heavy-duty trucks and related aftermarket distribution of parts, and finance and leasing services provided to customers and dealers. The Company's finance and leasing activities are principally related to Company products and associated equipment. Other manufactured products include industrial winches. The Company and its subsidiaries design and manufacture heavy-duty diesel trucks, which are marketed under the Kenworth, Peterbilt and DAF nameplates. The Truck and Other businesses include a division of the Company, which manufactures industrial winches in two United States plants and markets them under the Braden, Carco, and Gearmatic nameplates. In North America, Australia and 16 European countries, the Company provides financing and leasing arrangements, principally for its manufactured trucks, through wholly owned finance companies operating under the PACCAR Financial trade name. (Source: 10-K)

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