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Tesla manufacturing job?

Discussion in 'Tesla, Inc.' started by neo914, Jan 5, 2009.

  1. neo914

    neo914 New Member

    Nov 28, 2007
    Who else is manufacturing a car in San Carlos? They list a day and night shift. If I could pay my bills on $13/hr I go for it, lol.

    Automotive Assemblers CALL 510-668-0580 Job in San Carlos 94070, California US
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    Automotive Assemblers
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    Do you have a passion for exotic cars? Do you enjoy car shows and browsing the latest car magazines? Do you love going to automotive trade shows to discover the latest and greatest after-market products? Have you ever customized your ride? Ever done custom body work, paint, wheels and tires, a body kit, an engine upgrade, suspension tweaking, etc?

    We are looking for an enthusiastic, detail-oriented car aficionado to work with an assembly team to produce one of the most unique and marvelous new automobile to hit the industry.

    This is a DREAM job for the right candidate! Tell us About YOU and share with us your resume!

    If you have what we are looking for, contact us at 510-668-0580. We are currently seeking people who must be available to work Monday - Friday, no exceptions and the hours of 3 PM start time to Midnight.

    This is a temp to hire opportunity that starts at $13.20 an hour. If you are seeking a career opportunity call us TODAY! 510-668-0580

    -To work on a production/prototype basis.
    -Perform complex Electro- Mechanical assembly work.
    -Tasks require a high level of skill with a variety of hand tools, precision measuring equipment, and machinery.
    -Typically involves a variety of operations, including troubleshooting and rework, requiring a sufficient understanding of the functional operation of the items assembled as well as the finished product.
    -Must be able to work from complex and detailed manufacturing documentation and/or verbal and written instructions and specialized fixtures/test equipment.
    -Assemblers are also responsible for quality activities, including self inspection, and inspection.
    -Updates production records and test results.
    -Communicates test results, ideas and problems to technicians and engineers.
    -Clean-up production areas as required.
    -Identify discrepant materials/components both in writing and verbally to supervisor.
    -Complete tasks as directed by manufacturing schedules and within standard times.
    -Maintain a clean and orderly work area
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    -High School diploma or equivalent.
    -Minimum of 3 years experience in assembly of electro-mechanical components.
    -Ability to read and understand manufacturing instructions.
    -Must have command of the English language, both written and verbal.
    -Must be reliable, have good initiative, committed, and quality focused.
    -Ability to perform repetitious duties while standing for long periods of time.
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    Location: San Carlos, CA

    Type: CONTRACT

    Duration: Temp to Hire

    Pay Rate: $13.00 - $13.20 Hourly DOE


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  2. dpeilow

    dpeilow Moderator

    May 23, 2008
    Winchester, UK
    Quick - someone take it for a week and get a few pics! :biggrin:
  3. doug

    doug Administrator / Head Moderator

    Nov 28, 2006
    #3 doug, Jan 6, 2009
    Last edited: Jan 6, 2009
    I used to run 24 hour experiments and the swing shift, 4pm to midnight, was the worst on your social life. The person who applies for this job would need to be highly motivated. Of course the graveyard, midnight to 8am, is the worst on your health.

  4. vfx

    vfx Well-Known Member

    Aug 18, 2006
    CA CA
    I too did a year of night shift (in Marin). The hardest problem was getting questions answered when anyone with authority was home sawing logs.
  5. rsquared99

    rsquared99 Member

    Jan 10, 2008
    Surprise AZ
    Maybe TM should initiate a Habitat for Humanity share work program where owners can come in and work off part of the cost of air freight charges. This would get cars out the door faster, give the owners real ownership value and save work force expenses. Well, okay, so it would probably slow car production down and cost more work force expenses, but think of the fun.

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