Volt Workforce Solutions (San Diego)

Since 1950, Volt has provided clients of all sizes with the talented people they need to be successful. Our flexible staffing services and workforce management expertise makes us the first call for many of the world’s leading companies, which enables us to provide our employees with challenging, satisfying jobs at every level in a wide range of industries. Volt is an equal opportunity employer.

Volt Workforce Solutions (San Diego) San Diego, CA, USA
Nov 15, 2018
Contractor
Summary: The CNC Operator is responsible for handling computer-programmed machinery that performs a wide variety of functions, such as drilling, cutting, or shaping materials. Responsibilities: • Performs a wide variety of functions, such as drilling, cutting, or shaping materials. • CNC Machine operating and set up • Operate machinery in a safe and efficient manner • Runs multiple machines and adapts or improvises tooling to accomplish results. • Adapt equipment to meet special machining requirements • Operate manual and/or CNC machines daily • Other duties as assigned • Mill and Lathe 3 axis experience Requirements: • Must have a High School Diploma, GED or Equivalent • 6 months of manufacturing/machine operating experience • Blueprint reading experience • Experienced with calipers and micrometers • Ability to use hand and power tools • Ability to lift to 50 lbs. and stand for long period of time • Ability to work over time: up to 12 hours a day (Required!) • Available to work weekends for a rotating schedule Volt Workforce Solutions is an Equal Opportunity Employer Volt Workforce Solutions is an Equal Opportunity Employer         Jiro Yamamoto  Work for Warriors (SoCal)          
Volt Workforce Solutions (San Diego) San Diego, CA, USA
Nov 15, 2018
Full time
This position will be working directly in the lamination room on aircraft parts Job duties include: • Build various cables that are used in the aircraft and ground control stations • Assembling mechanical or electrical parts • Cable and harness production including wire crimping and cutting, visual inspection of parts, soldering, routine preventive maintenance • Reading and interpreting basic drawings, materials lists and operating procedures • Conduct quality inspections on part of wire harness • Use tools such as measuring tapes, scales, etc. • Label assemblies in accordance with drawing specifications • Soldering-tinning wire, splices, (lap/hook) connections • Perform a variety of tasks ranging from repetitive to non-repetitive production assembly. • Familiar with basic hand tools, cutters (dykes) wire strippers, hand crimpers, scissors, soldering iron, heat gun • Must be able to read, write and communicate in English • May monitor and verify quality in accordance with control procedure Qualifications: • 3+ Years of Cable Assembly experience • IPC 610/620 Certification is a HUGE PLUS! • Experienced in use of crimping machines • Able to follow blueprints and wiring diagrams with great attention to detail Volt Workforce Solutions is an Equal Opportunity Employer         Jiro Yamamoto Work for Warriors (SoCal)
Volt Workforce Solutions (San Diego) San Diego, CA, USA
Nov 15, 2018
Contractor
Summary: The Electrical Assembler is responsible for performing complete operations to fabricate, assemble and install production and/or first article units, such as control consoles, junction boxes, instrument panels, relay panels and battery racks in a manner that aligns with standards for safety, quality, velocity, and cost. Duties/Responsibilities: • Layout, fabricate parts, and build electrical/electronic wiring components • Fabricate, assemble and install production and / or first article units such as: Control consoles, Junction boxes, and Instrument panels • Plan, layout, develop, fabricate parts, and build electrical / electronic wiring aids • Works from schematics, wiring diagrams, standard work sheets, engineering detail drawings, oral instructions and established shop practices. • Review planning releases and engineering changes for their effect on wiring assemblies to make required changes • May complete work operations under direct guidance where all information has not been determined and furnished • Select, brand, cut, route, fasten, sleeve, tie and lug wires. • Assemble and install wiring harnesses; locate, drill, mount, and fasten components. • Install in proper sequence in control consoles, junction boxes, instrument/relay panels, resistors, capacitors, filters, diodes, circuit boards, heat and speed sensors, transformers, meters, malfunction status indicators, circuit breakers, and fuses • Complete rework of the nature and level of difficulty described Requirements • High School Diploma, GED or Equivalent • Must have at least one year of electrical assembly experience • Experience using hand and power tools is preferred • Must have good organizational skills, the ability to multi-task, positive people skills and the ability to focus on minute details . • Demonstrated initiative and be self-motivated to learn new software, processes and skills with positive energy within a small, dynamic team • Blue print or layout schematic reading experience is highly preferred • Proven experience using Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, etc.) is preferred Volt is an Equal Opportunity Employer         JIro Yamamoto  Work for Warriors (SoCal)
Volt Workforce Solutions (San Diego) San Diego, CA, USA
Nov 15, 2018
Contractor
Summary: The Material Inventory Specialist is responsible for performing, regulating, coordinating, and expediting the physical movement of material throughout the business. Duties/Responsibilities: • Maintain schedules of the flow of material throughout the company. • Receive, sort, store, issue, stage, move, dispatch, and ship materials, parts, tools, assemblies in and out the facilities. • Provide data to cognizant departments. • Maintain records necessary to show status of any job in assigned areas. • Prepare necessary closeout documents upon completion of work order. • Operate any material moving equipment, including two axle trucks, to move materials, parts, tooling, and assemblies to and from assigned destinations. • Plan and execute the methods necessary for loading and unloading all types of vehicles used in the transportation of receiving and shipping material. • Maintain the shipping and receiving areas throughout the company. • Perform the functions associated with the sorting of scrap and salvable materials. • Move such items as: workbenches, file cabinets, office items, furniture, racks and other portable facility items in manufacturing/shop areas. • Other duties as assigned. Requirements: • Must have a High School Diploma, GED or Equivalent • At least 1-year experience in Material Handling • Ability to interpret drawings and perform basic visual inspections of parts • Proficient computer skills including the ability to use Excel, Baan and Word • Good interpersonal and communication skills • Must have good organization skills and the ability to multi-task • Must have great attention to detail Volt is an Equal Opportunity Employer         Jiro Yamamoto Work for Warriors (SoCal)
Volt Workforce Solutions (San Diego) San Diego, CA, USA
Nov 15, 2018
Contractor
Duties/Responsibilities • Verify all construction subcontractors and vendors’ adherence to specifications, drawings and other guidelines • Interact with owner, agencies, subcontractors and internal departments on inspection and quality related matters • Responsible for Quality Control program implementation • Act as liaison with owner, regulatory agencies, subcontractors and/or internal departments on quality related matters as required • Ensure company standards are effectively implemented, as outlined in quality control (assurance) manual • Ensure adequate corrective measures are implemented in cases of noncompliance • Night, weekend and holiday work may be required • Must be willing to travel on occasion and work in multiple locations as necessary • Other duties as assigned Qualifications • Working knowledge in multiple building and Public Works trades – electrical, carpentry, concrete, mechanical • Minimum 5 years’ experience utilizing knowledge in inspecting on-going building and public works construction projects • Strong knowledge of OSHA Construction, OSHA General Industry, ANSI, AWWA, EM 385.1-1 and NEC Standards • Completed OSHA 10 and/or 30-hour Construction Course • Demonstrated ability to read, understand and interpret ordinance and construction documents including, but not limited to – construction plans, specifications, and engineering data • Plan and organize daily work with appropriate supervision • Ability to work well and establish positive working relationships with all internal and external professionals • Reliable transportation Additional Information • Salary DOE • Competitive compensation, benefits, mileage reimbursement, education reimbursement and much more! • Ability to travel if required • All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines. Volt Workforce Solutions is an Equal Opportunity Employer           Jiro Yamamoto Work for Warriors (SoCal)