Hi-Lex Controls is an award-winning company located at
15780 Steger Industrial Dr. in Hudson, MI
They are the largest tier one supplier of window regulators in the nation!
Hi-Lex Controls has been a Debt Free Company for 70+ years!
Assembly Operators Needed on 2nd Shift at Hi-Lex Controls in Hudson, MI
- Temp to Direct Hire – Hi-Lex hires once a month, after 520 hours have been completed, quality, safety, attendance and your work performance meets Hi-Lex expectations you will be eligible for hire in!
- 2nd shift hours: 4:00pm to 2:30am
- 2nd shift pay: $13.00 + shift premium $.50/hour = $13.50/hour
- Hi-Lex offers a competitive wage (After Hire In) pay goes up to $14.00 + shift premium $.50/hour = $14.50/hour, after 3 months $14.85 + shift premium $.50/hour = $15.35/hour, after 6 months $15.25 + shift premium $.50/hour
- Must be open to working overtime and weekends based on production needs
- High School Diploma or GED are NOT REQUIRED!
- Associates must wear blue Elwood shirt (payroll deducted out), able to wear jeans, shorts, and capris – if dress attire has holes, they must be patched or covered.
- Steel toes and ear plugs are not required for assembly!
- 13 PAID HOLIDAYS PER YEAR – starting day ONE!
- DOUBLE TIME on Sundays!
- PROFIT SHARING!
- Earned BONUS DAYS!
- Hi-Lex Referral Program – Earn FREE Money when referring someone to work at HI-Lex, once 30 days are completed you will receive $100 and the person you referred will also receive $100 – program continues to pay out at 3 months, 6 months, 1 year, 2 year, 3 years. Also, you will be placed in a drawing to win $500 dollars through Elwood Staffing!
- Education Reimbursement (After Hire In) – Hi-Lex pays up to $6,000 per year for work related courses (must be a full time associate and have completed the initial 60 working day probation period) to be eligible
- Benefits (After Hire In): Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, 401K, Short Term Disability and more
- Need to perform all work in a safe manner by following all safety rules
- Quality check all components and parts required for each station
- Assure that component parts used are those required for the part being assembled
- Attach components in prescribed order to assemble product correctly
- Align, fit and secure components by using hand operations and fastening techniques.
- Sort and/or rework components if needed
- When restocking components, you may be required to move components from one area to another. This may also require you to lift items from the floor to place on the line