From passenger cars to commercial vans, the Mercedes-Benz brand stands as one of the Daimler Group’s many success stories. The Daimler Group consists of several companies with more than 280,000 employees worldwide who put into practice the core values of Passion, Respect, Integrity and Discipline each day. We believe it is our mission and our duty to shape the future of mobility in a safe and sustainable manner - with trendsetting technologies, outstanding products and made-to-measure services.
Here in North Charleston, SC, Mercedes-Benz Vans, LLC is writing an exciting chapter in Daimler’s history as we add the first U.S. van production plant for the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, in addition to our existing assembly operation for Sprinter and METRIS vans. Our slogan is “Vans. Born to Run." and we invite engaged, innovative candidates to run the ramp up of our new facility with us!
WE HAVE MULTIPLE OPENINGS!
The Body in White (BIW) department has multiples openings for these 2 positions:
Body Shop Operator 1
Body Shop Operator 2
The position for each candidate will be based on skills, knowledge, experience, and business needs.
Body in White refers to the stage in automobile manufacturing where the frame of the van and the body are welded together. The Body is most of what you see when you look at the vehicle. Once robots have placed the parts into the framing station, the components are joined together through precision welding.
Essential Job Functions may include:
· Machine feeding, set ups, operation of automated and robotic welding machines
Monitor and set up machinery for optimal performance
Sanding, grinding and deburring of metals
Work with hand, power, and pneumatic tools
Perform quality and visual inspection of final welds
Assemble and fabricate metal structure according to work specifications
Read and interpret diagrams and blueprints of the process
Efficiently and safely load machines with required parts and identify any issues that arise
Participate in the Continuous Improvement Program
Body Shop Operator 1 - Minimum Requirements
High School Diploma or GED. Relevant manufacturing experience preferred
Must successfully pass assessment testing
Prefer knowledge of welding, gluing, metal finish, ultrasonic weld inspection, weld destruct, hydraulic, pneumatic, metal processing or data processing
Must be able to perform the essential job functions
Willing to complete a drug screen, background check, and pre-placement medical exam
Willing to work overtime
Body Shop Operator 2 – Additional to Body Shop Operator 1
2-4 years of relevant manufacturing experience preferred
Knowledge of welding, gluing, metal finish, ultrasonic weld inspection, weld destruct, hydraulic, pneumatic, metal processing or data processing
We offer Competitive Compensation & Benefits!
Medical, dental, life, and vision insurance
Paid holidays, vacation
Long and short-term disability
401(K) plus matching
Employee Vehicle Program
Mercedes Benz Vans can hand you the keys for an exciting career in the automotive manufacturing industry. The division of Mercedes-Benz Vans is world renown for quality and innovative products. If you are interested in joining an outstanding company, we welcome you to apply.
Mercedes-Benz Vans is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Mercedes-Benz Vans, LLC (“MBV") is a plant in Ladson, South Carolina that assembles Sprinter vans for the U.S. market under the brands Mercedes-Benz and Freightliner. The midsize Metris van was added to the assembly line in 2015.
Mercedes-Benz Vans, LLC announced in March 2015 that it will invest $500 million in construction of a new Sprinter production plant, in addition to an expansion of existing operations. In July 2016, MBV officially broke ground on the site of its new plant, located next to existing operations in the North Charleston area. The MBV facility will provide up to 1,300 jobs by the end of the decade.
More than 112,000 Sprinters have been assembled in North Charleston and delivered to destinations in the U.S. since 2006. The U.S. is now the second largest market for Sprinter vans, after Germany.