Assembler I Vacancy In Rev Group

Hiring Organization / Company: Rev Group
Basic Salary: To Be Discussed
Employement Type: Full-Time




Job Details:

Additional Locations:
Requisition ID: 7344

REV Group (NYSE: REVG) is a leading designer, manufacturer and distributor of specialty vehicles and related aftermarket parts and services. REV serves a diversified customer base primarily in the United States through three segments: Fire & Emergency, Commercial and Recreation. REV provides customized vehicle solutions for applications including: essential needs (ambulances, fire apparatus, school buses, mobility vans and municipal transit buses), industrial and commercial (terminal trucks, cut-away buses and street sweepers) and consumer leisure (recreational vehicles (“RVs”) and luxury buses). REV’s brand portfolio consists of 30 well-established principal vehicle brands including many of the most recognizable names within our served markets. Several of REV’s brands pioneered their specialty vehicle product categories and date back more than 50 years.


Job Title: Installer Electrician

Job code: HEVELINST

Global Grade:

FLSA status: Hourly


Job summary:

Install, wire and troubleshoot all electrical components. Assemble a variety of different electrical components.

Responsibilities:

  • Function with a minimal amount of supervision or no supervision.
  • Set work priorities to meet production goals as scheduled.
  • Assemble harnesses, cables, switch panels, circuit boards, and a variety of different electrical components.
  • Troubleshoot both 12 V DC and 110V AC circuitry.
  • Troubleshoot all systems.
  • Repair defects.
  • Report repetitive quality issues.
  • Uses hand and air tools as required.
  • Must be able to differentiate between color shades.
  • Ensure parts are assembled per instructions for proper appearance and function.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships.
  • Meet minimum safety and 5S standards.
  • Ensure that hazardous waste is placed into the proper container(s).


The above list of responsibilities is not exhaustive, and you may be required to undertake other responsibilities and/or training as requested by your line manager.

Requirements (education, experience, travel, physical, work environment):

  • One year of automotive electrical installation and troubleshooting experience preferred.
  • Advanced automotive mechanical knowledge preferred.
  • Close attention to detail
  • Ability to read and understand complex schematics and electrical layouts and other written or verbal instructions presented in English.
  • Ability to read and use linear and other measuring devices including, but not limited to volt meters and test lights.
  • Ability to perform all operations within acceptable quality and time standards.
  • Understand relationship between voltage, current, and resistance.
  • Familiar with the safe operation of various pneumatic and power tools: including but not limited to drills, screw gun.
  • Complete understanding of both 12V DC and 110V AC circuitry.
  • Ability to use basic mathematics.
  • Must have good knowledge of automotive electronics.
  • Must complete company approved electrical training course.
  • Must have general knowledge of OSHA and EPA standards.


Physical Demands:


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; use hands to handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee frequently is required to walk. The employee is occasionally required to stand, climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee is required to sit. Other physical requirements include:


  • Ability to regularly lift and/or move up to 40#’s without assistance.
  • Ability to work from various squatting, kneeling or bending positions.
  • Ability to work with arms above head.
  • Ability to work from ladders or scaffolding.
  • Ability to stand at a workstation for eight hours a day (minus specified breaks).
  • Ability to safely use specified hand, air, power tools, and machinery.
  • Ability to operate and understand the operation of all protective safety equipment in the area.
  • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision and depth perception.
  • Must be able to endure repetitive motions (hand crimping). (Employee must not suffer from any preexisting conditions, such as carpal tunnel or tennis elbow, or any other medical condition that may be aggravated by such motions.)
  • Ability to work in 105-degree heat for excess of ten (10) hours per day.
  • Ability to work in noisy and dusty conditions.


Work Environment:

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job.


While performing the duties of this job, the employee regularly works near moving mechanical parts. The employee is frequently exposed to fumes or airborne particles and vibration. The employee occasionally works near electrical parts and is at risk to shock. The employee is occasionally exposed to toxic or caustic chemicals.


The noise level in the work environment is elevated.


Personal Protective Equipment Recommended and/or Required:


  • Safety glasses.
  • Earplugs.
  • Closed Toe Shoes


Our Horton Emergency Vehicles group is the leading manufacturer of custom-built ambulances. Since 1968, Horton has committed itself to building the world’s safest ambulance, verified by extensive testing.

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Job Location Information:
City: Grove City
State: Oh
Country: Us
Location: Grove City, Oh 43123
Job Listing No# : 96940

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