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Jarraff Industries is Growing!

For over 30 years Jarraff Industries had been providing utility and tree maintenance contractors high quality, innovative equipment they need to safely and efficiently clear land and maintain utility right of way throughout the world. Jarraff Industries recently broke ground on a 20,000-square-foot addition to its main assembly building, which will add three new manufacturing lines and as many as 30 new jobs when completed late in 2018!! The project already includes a new paint booth and numerous equipment upgrades. When complete, it will encompass 35,000 square feet of new building space, a dedicated 10,000-square-foot parts and service building and a 5,000-square-foot finished machine storage facility. Privately held and financially strong, Jarraff has worked hard to create an exciting, flexible, and family-friendly work environment. Jarraff offers competitive wages along with superior benefit packages for all full-time associates includes but not limited to medical, dental, retirement 401K, uniforms, PTO and holiday’s. Jarraff Industries is looking for engineers, welders, fabricators, assemblers, and mechanics to join its long-tenured team. Take a look at the current open positions below and see if your next career move could be here!

OPEN POSITIONS

We currently have the following FT positions open:

CAD Design Technician – FT

Our CAD Design Tech will utilizes CAD to incorporate designs into the manufacturing process and equipment to provide support to engineers by preparing concepts, layouts, detail drawings, assembly drawings, sketches and diagrams. Details to include all views and dimensions necessary for manufacture and/or prototyping. Makes copies of drawings and maintains information regarding changes to database. Makes decision based on best practice processes. Has a solid understanding of drafting techniques and familiarity with engineering terminology, possesses mechanical aptitude with ability to complete basic mathematical calculations. Has familiarity with CAD software and ability to apply skills. Handle continuous improvement changes to CAD models and engineering drawings to keep product information current. Improve accuracy of existing CAD models within Solidworks as well as model new ideas working from concept to production. Ability to create BOM’s to communicate to other department within the company for manufacturing.

Typical job duties include: Proficient in Solidworks 3D CAD Software (Solidworks Essentials and others are a plus), Handle complex design and drafting assignments under minimal supervision, Ability to look at changes in manufacturing setting and transfer into a CAD based model to communicate changes, Work closely with other Drafters, Designers and Engineers to ensure efficient design effort is maintained, Identify potential design issues early in the conceptual phases prior to production release, Review drawings for completeness and accuracy, Develop 3D models by analyzing prototypes, sketches and 2D drawings, Competent in piece parts to large assemblies and structuring BOMs, Provide technical assistance and solutions to the team, Participate in Engineering Project meetings and conference calls as required, Interaction with suppliers to specify components or design requirements, Create manual/service drawings to Service Department and Tech Support.

Position requirements include: Associate’s Technical Degree in CAD or Equal, 4+ years’ experience in CAD Drafting/Design with 1000+ Hours, Solidworks Professional Certification is a plus and Drafting experience in Solidworks and File Management with EPDM a plus.

This individual will possess the following competencies: Technical Capacity, Communications Proficiency, Problem Solving/Analysis, Collaboration Skills, Attention to Detail, Team Player, Organizational Skills, Microsoft office and CAD Design Skills.

Warranty Specialist: FT

Our Warranty Specialist will engage in all warranty related operations within the customer service group including Parts Sales, Technical support and outgoing shipping. This individual will also focus on warranty prevention, claim reduction, cost savings and customer relations.

Typical job duties include: Provide customer with claims and claim status updates, manages, abides by, and enforces warranty activity based on Jarraff industries, Inc. warranty policy but understands when to escalate a customer claim within the company, review repair orders and approve expenses to be paid as appropriate. may confirm or deny a claims, communicates the need of warranty and customer support with quality, production, engineering and purchasing regarding any issues related to defects in materials or workmanship, upload photos as needed for warranty parts, build files, travelers, customer invoices, repair orders and any other pertinent information to the claim, focuses on warranty reduction efforts to improve product quality and profitability, answers phones, emails and orders regarding incoming warranty claims in a positive, professional manner, educates customers about the warranty policy changes and answer questions, prepares records, reconciles equipment warranty claims and communicates back to the customer, creates reports on customer interactions, warranty claims, and related statistics, participates in Engineering design review meetings to ensure all specifications meet customer expectations, meets with the respective manager on a weekly basis to review open warranty items, potential warranty concerns in current design, new development, and data analysis, works with suppliers on warranty returns while managing inspection documentation and credits, maintains warranty payments, schedules and submits monthly data to respective manager for review, meets warranty cost reduction goals as determined by the respective manager and employee, maintains open communication with respective manager to ensure goals are being met.

Position requirements include: Technical Degree preferred in Manufacturing, Five (5) or more years of warranty experience preferably in hydraulics, diesel maintenance, and/or heavy equipment repair. Ability to establish and maintain excellent customer service with the Company’s customers, have or has the ability to gain technical knowledge of hydraulics, engine, powertrain, HVAC and electrical diagnosis and repair, experience with quality practices, business knowledge and computer skills required. Ability to establish and maintain excellent customer service with the company’s customers, work in office and shop environment as required, minimal travel is expected for this position.

This individual will possess the following competencies: Problem Solving, Relationships, Data Analysis, Results Oriented, Organizational Skills, Adaptability, Initiative, Interpersonal Skills, Professional Demeanor and Confidentiality, Excellent computer skills, Work Quality/Attention to Detail.

Welder: FT

Our Welders will be responsible for welding and fabricating Linebacker brush-cutting equipment and Jarraff All-Terrain Tree-Trimmers.

Typical job duties include: welding components for both productions and service  as needed, interact with materials, operations, and quality functions, must analyze and solve process problems associated with machines and machine tool usage.

Position requirements include: 2-yr technical degree in welding or equivalent in experience, Knowledge of manufacturing process, work measurement, quality assurance, shop routing, blueprints and math. This position works in a shop environment. This individual will possess the following competencies: Technical Capacity, Adaptability, Initiative, Time Management, Thoroughness, Learning Orientation, Problem Solving, Interpersonal skills, Work Quality and Attention to Detail.

Fabrication Supervisor : FT

Our Fabrication Supervisor will be responsible for the day-to-day supervision of the fabrication building which includes: Coordination, Planning and scheduling all activities related to welding and paint.

Typical job duties include: Coordinate an plan resources to achieve production schedule, service needs and company goals, Participate in regular communications with management team on schedule attainment, resource needs and physical plant/equipment repairs, Hold associates accountable for work quality and performance, Assist floor associates in resolving production issues and problem solving, Lead regularly scheduled shop floor meetings, Maintain a clean and safe plant, Conduct employee performance reviews for associates, Initiate or authorize employee hire, promotion, discharge or transfer, Ensure company policies and procedures are maintained and other duties as assigned.

Position requirements include: Associate Degree (A.A.) from 2-year College or Technical School, 5-10 years related supervisor experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience with supervisory responsibility, Knowledge of Manufacturing as well as fabrication/welding and paint experience. This position works in a shop environment, may involve lifting up materials and product up to 50 lbs, Working in this environment requires the use of safety equipment to include but not limited to eye safety glasses and safety shoes. This individual will possess the following competencies: Relationships, Problem Solving, Adaptability, Initiative, Results Focus, Organization and Interpersonal Skills, Professional Demeanor and Confidentiality and work Quality/Attention to Detail.

Assembly Associate: FT

The purpose of this job is to assemble Jarraff Tree Trimming and right of way clearing equipment.

Typical job duties include, working with schematics, blue print drawings, or other data to assemble components according to specifications, holds the ability to problem solve, assists with assemble and sub-assemblies of equipment, reports defective materials or questionable conditions to the department supervisor, maintains the work area and equipment in a clean and orderly condition and follows prescribed safety regulations, completes tasks as directed by manufacturing schedules with minimum supervision.

Position requirements include: 2-year technical degree with hydraulics system knowledge, 2+ years manufacturing experience, knowledge of manufacturing processes, work measurement, quality assurance, shop routing, blueprints and math. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is working in a shop environment and must be able to lift up to 50-lbs.

This individual will possess the following competencies: Technical Capacity, Adaptability, Initiative, Time Management, Thoroughness, Learning Orientation, Problem Solving, Interpersonal Skills, Work Quality and Attention to Detail.

Buyer: FT

The Buyer compiles and maintains records of business transactions and offices activities, of the organization by performing the following:

Typical job duties are: Responsible for purchasing parts and services to support the production of finished goods and service components, Manages part deliveries and reschedules incoming shipments to meet production demand, Responsible for quoting existing and new components with suppliers, Works directly with suppliers to obtain product or service information such as price, availability and delivery schedule, Receives and contacts vendors to find out status of orders, Purchases supplies and reviews requisitions, Performs data entry of all purchase orders, Assists other departments when required, Contacts vendors with discrepancies with quantity and quality, Interfaces with all departments and resolves problems and issues as necessary, Helps develop and support the company’s inventory tracking system.

Position requirements include: High School Diploma/GED and a Four-Year Bachelor degree, OR APICS or NAPM certification. This individual will possess the following competencies: Technical Capacity, Organizational Skills, Communication Proficiency, Customer/Client Focus, Time Management, Problem Solving and Collaboration Skills. This position will work directly under the Supply Chain Manager.

 

HOW TO APPLY Apply in person at 1731 Gault St. – Main Office Building in St. Peter or

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Mail: Jarraff Industries, Inc. Main Office – Attn: Human Resources 1731 Gault Street St. Peter, MN 56082

Fax: Human Resources 507-484-2481

Email: Human Resources kay@jarraff.com