2nd Shift Parts Puller/General Labor - Off Most Weekends

Hartford, WI posted on October 9

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$14/hour starting with opportunity to make $15-$16/hour with training!



A Parts Puller is responsible for removing parts from a sheet metal skeleton, inspecting, counting, and stacking good parts neatly on a pallet for transportation.

Essential Duties And Responsibilities

This list of duties and responsibilities is not all inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities, as management may deem necessary from time to time.

Using a gloved hand pull sheet metal parts from a skeleton.
Raise and lower a hammer to punch the sheet metal parts from the skeleton.
Position an overhead crane containing a magnet over the skeleton to lift out larger sheet metal parts, remove part from the magnet, carry the part, and stack part onto a pallet.
Operate hand tools for wire brushing and grinding of laser cut edges when required as well as operate air tools.
Must be able to match like shapes, count and stack the shapes on a pallet.
Must be able to visually inspect the pieces and file rough edges removing any burrs left on the parts after removal from the skeleton.
Legibly record part counts to an inventory control sheet and attach to the pallet.
Perform housekeeping and maintain 6S duties which include stacking the empty skeletons and keeping the work area clean and safe.


Mechanical aptitude and ability.
Ability to read/write and understand both verbal and writing work instructions, work orders, or customer specifications.
Ability to perform accurate inventory counts and record the numbers using paper and pencil
Prior ISO experience a plus
High School diploma or equivalent or previous experience in a manufacturing environment preferred

Job requirements

Must be able to stand for all or most of a regular work shift as well as reach, bend and stoop. Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds on a regular basis.


  • Medical, Dental, Life, AD&D, and STD at first of month following 59 days
  • 5 days paid vacation + 5 unpaid days off during first year
  • Matching 401(k) retirement contribution first of next quarter following 1 year of employment