At Volvo Truck and Bus, we believe our employees are our greatest assets to enable us to deliver excellent service to our customers. Our culture promotes training and development to help individuals reach their career goals, positive working relationships between staff and managers where ideas are valued.Do you have superior workmanship and an eye for detail? Can you work efficiently and effectively with a desire to succeed and be part of a winning team?If you have all of the above and more – then we want to speak to you.Role DescriptionWe’re offering you an exciting opportunity to play a crucial role in our Service & Workshop team at our Volvo Truck and Bus Centre, based in Inverness. As a Technician, you’ll be directly responsible for ensuring that vehicle repairs are carried out to the highest possible standard at this efficient and modern retail Dealer point. This in turn will help to sustain growth in customer confidence in the level of service provided by Volvo Trucks.You’ll be expected to have technical and practical competency when it comes to the repair and maintenance of HGVs, and you must be able to effectively communicate at all levels on a written and verbal basis. You should be flexible enough to adapt to new processes and develop new skills when required and participate in training and development activities. We’ll also expect you to be an active member of our busy team, while being competent enough to develop new working processes, or to enhance current ones.We’ll need you to:Ensure repairs are carried out according to manufacturer’s procedures, safely and responsiblyEnsure repairs are carried out in accordance with Volvo Standard Times using Volvo Special Tools where appropriateAssist in the fault diagnosis processComply with warranty procedures during repairs and warranty material on completion of each repairAssist with Action Service Europe when requiredWork with the Parts Team to ensure the correct replacement parts are fittedRoad test vehicles when required (if you hold an HGV licence)Assist with roadside breakdownsEnsure company time recording procedures are complied with, and that job cards are completed accuratelyEnsure service sheets are completed as per Volvo instructionsEnsure all vehicle defects are reported to workshop controllersKeep all workshop facilities, equipment and tools clean, tidy and well maintainedWear personal protective equipment when appropriateSupport the development of young trainees and apprenticesWho are you:You’ll hold a City and Guilds, an NVQ3 or an equivalent qualification. You’ll also have completed an apprenticeship in the HGV industry, or have equivalent experience, along with relevant experience in the commercial vehicle industry.A basic knowledge of computer software packages including Word, Excel and Outlook is preferred, as is a general level of computer literacy.Finally, we’d expect you to have a basic working knowledge of vehicle technology.What’s in it for you:As part of the Volvo Trucks team, you’ll be working for one of the world’s leading vehicle manufacturers. But not only that, you’ll be working for a company that truly values the people who work for it.You’ll receive:Competitive salary including OTGenerous holiday entitlementLife AssuranceCompany bonus schemeContributory Pension schemeTraining and development opportunitiesDiscount on Volvo and Renault cars for friends and familyDiscounts on High St Retailers, travel, cinema, gyms and many more
VolvoAuto Sweden Sa • Inverness, United Kingdom
La risorsa sarà inserita all'interno della carrozzeria e si occuperà della preparazione, stucco, carteggiatura e lucidatura di parti di carrozzeria per veicoli per renderli pronti per la fase di verniciatura.Si richiede: - esperienza precedente nella mansione - automunito Orario tempo pienoSi offre: iniziale contratto di somministrazione finalizzato ad un inserimento diretto in aziendaLuogo di Lavoro: Alpignano
AXL Spa • Alpignano, Italia
Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. is a growing and dynamic organization with superb products that include motorcycles, outboard motors, ATVs, personal watercraft, snowmobiles, boats, power assist bicycles, outdoor power equipment, race kart engines, Golf Cars, accessories, apparel, and much more! We are a company of enthusiasts and have passion for our products!Yamaha has an excellent opportunity for a Warehouse Supervisor to join our Warehouse team in Cypress, CA.JOB SUMMARYThe Warehouse Supervisor will assist management supervising in the areas of shipping, receiving and packaging to ensure quality, safety, timeliness and accuracy. Focus on Inbound processes and integration of SAP best Practices into the warehouse operations SOP. Must have open mind to bring new solutions into the distribution environment. This position will handle and process the entire inventory in the warehouse. The Warehouse Supervisor will also supervise and assign tasks to associates and maintain seamless functions in the warehouse. JOB RESPONSIBILITIESProcess all inbound product into inventory in a timely manner. Make sure all parts and accessories are accurately accounted for, handled and stored properly.Maintain accurate control of all warehouse inventory, company equipment and building security. Ensure proper labeling, tagging, and packaging of goods and materials.Assist all warehouses with the update of SAP training material. Develop and maintain a training program to address all system changes and new employees.Supervises loading and unloading of trucks. Maintains all necessary documentation and adheres to legal procedures for dispatch and receipt of goods. Ensure that department operations comply with all internal, local and domestics rules and regulations (e.g., dangerous goods, fire, CTPAT, OSHA, and all safety rules).Ensure that all department employees are properly trained in work related and safety procedures per company guidelines. Maintain a safe and hostile free working environment for the entire department staff. Motivate employees to increase levels of moral, productivity, and quality of work. Maintain a high level of Kaizen, 5S, and MBO responsibilities. Ensure that the department operation is safe, organized, and presents the property company image. Monitor department and individual production numbers to meet budget guidelines and warehouse goals. Provide cost saving measures and suggestions to management.Develop team leaders to effectively oversee the daily routines of their departments. Responsible to ensure team leaders train, motivate, monitor, and evaluate performance of their team members.Must perform all other duties outstandingly and consistent with guidelines, as assignedQUALIFICATIONSHigh School diploma or GED equivalent. AS/BS/BA degree is a plus.3 – 5 years' experience in warehouse operations / distribution.Minimum of 2 years Supervisory experience in a distribution environment (piece picking, small package and LTL shipping).Strong operating knowledge of at least one world class WMS (SAP EWM preferred, but other possibilities include JDA, Manhattan, Oracle, etc.Experience in Kaizen / 5S methodology preferredMust be proficient in Microsoft Office applications (i.e. Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook)Must have extreme attention to detail, assuring warehouse is operating effectively and immaculate.Must be dependable with ability to multi-task and work effectively in a team environment.Must be able to train and direct warehouse staff.Strong problem-solving skills.
Yamaha Motor Co. USA • Cypress, u.s.
The GNC Engineer will Design, develop, implement, verify and test algorithms and software and simulation tools to perform guidance, navigation and control of marine vehicles.Yamaha Motor Corporation, U.S.A. is a growing and dynamic organization with superb products that include motorcycles, outboard motors, ATVs, personal watercraft, snowmobiles, boats, power assist bicycles, outdoor power equipment, race kart engines, golf cars, accessories, apparel, and much more! We are a company of enthusiasts and have passion for our products!Yamaha has an excellent opportunity for an Perception Software Engineer to join our Marine team in Kennesaw GA. Job Summary (outline in one to three sentences the overall responsibilities of the role):The GNC Engineer will Design, develop, implement, verify and test algorithms and software and simulation tools to perform guidance, navigation and control of marine vehicles. Guidance functions include the formulation of specific equations to achieve a desired position and orientation. Control design consist of the development of the control laws and software requirements to ensure stable, robust and comfortable navigation. Candidate will work with a world-class engineering team focusing on marine robotics and autonomy.Essential Job Duties / FunctionsWork with software engineers to develop and maintain simulation environment for watercraftCo-develop a formal system identification pipeline for multiple boat and engine configurationsPrototype and test algorithms in simulation, then implement on a real system.Work cross-functionally with technical teams to execute functional testing, system integration verification and performance checks through automated simulation and sea trials.Test, debug, and maintain reliable, safe, and production quality codeParticipate in water testing, document and communicate bugs and issues encountered during testing.Find new ways to explore the water and create amazing experiences on the water for our customersParticipate as a multi-disciplinary engineering team member including team meetings, stand-ups, quality reviews, code reviews.Note: Additional information can be added as an Appendix.Decision-Making Responsibility (describe the degree of autonomy and authority in project/work activities and supervision expectations)This candidate will work under supervision from Autonomy Software EngineerQualifications (minimum and preferred experience, education, and/or certifications required to perform the role):MS or PhD degree in aerospace, physics or an engineering discipline with 3+ years of relevant experience5+ years of experience in C++ and Python software development3+ years of experience developing autonomy software in complex integrated dynamic hardware applications. e.g., path planning, obstacle avoidance, sensor fusion, map building, etc.Experience developing Matlab Simulink modelsFamiliarity with Linux environment and version control (Git)Experience implementing and deploying control laws in physical systems, maneuver regulation, filtering, fault managementStrong understanding of classical dynamics, modeling and simulation, and software developmentAbility to work in a fast-paced, autonomously driven, and demanding atmosphereExcellent communication skills both written and verbalMust be willing to travel and work extended hours as neededUnderstanding of agile software development methodology.Experience collaborating with other functional teams to seamlessly integrate software and hardware systems.Passion for advancing the marine industry
Yamaha Motor Co. USA • Kennesaw, U.S.
JR Motorsports, a leading NASCAR team, is currently seeking an experience and highly motived race team mechanic. The qualified candidate will have knowledge and abilities that include install or repair several systems or components of the race car, such as brakes, drivetrain, suspension, steering, or cooling system. Perform any essential race track duties as determined by crew chief and car chief.ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONSReasonable Accommodations StatementTo perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable Accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.Essential Functions Statement(s)Follow checklists to ensure all important parts are examined, including driveline, steering systems, brake and fuel systems, suspension, and other potentially troublesome areas.Assist with NASCAR inspection process.Responsible for making suspension and drivetrain changes as needed.Responsible for installing the engine, gear and transmission.Examines all key parts, including belts, hoses, steering systems, brake and fuel systems, wheel bearings, and other potentially troublesome areas.Examine vehicles components to determine extent of damage or malfunctions.Repair, replace, and adjust brakes.Repair or replace parts such as gauges, gears, blowers, and bearings.Disassemble units and inspect parts for wear, using micrometers, calipers, and gauges.Maintain cleanliness of work area.POSITION QUALIFICATIONSCompetency Statement(s)Accuracy - Ability to perform work accurately and thoroughly.Detail Oriented - Ability to pay attention to the minute details of a project or task.Persistence - Ability to complete tasks or continue in a course of action in spite of opposition or discouragement.Problem Solving - Ability to find a solution for or to deal proactively with work-related problems.Safety Awareness - Ability to identify and correct conditions that affect employee safety.Analytical Skills - Ability to use thinking and reasoning to solve a problem.Communication, Oral - Ability to communicate effectively with others using the spoken word.Coordination - Adjusting actions in relation to others actions.Repairing - Repairing items using needed tools and equipment.Troubleshooting - Determining the causes of operating errors and deciding the action to take.Adaptability - Ability to adapt to change in the workplace.SKILLS & ABILITIESEducation: High School Graduate or General Education Degree (GED): RequiredExperience: 2 plus years of experienceComputer Skills: Basic Computer SkillsCertifications & Licenses: Valid driver’s licenseOther Requirements: Ability to work a flexible work schedule; Ability to travel as needed; Thorough understanding of mechanical components and car systems; Ability to travel up to 75%; Must have own personal tools; Strong mechanical knowledge required; Basic fabrication skills required. Knowledge of dial calipers, and basic measuring tools, familiar with body and chassis repair, welding ability is a plus, skilled in installing decal wraps on the body, work in team environment, and take direction in an active environment.
Glassdoor Inc. • Mooresville, U.S.
Buckle up, hit the open road and start making hungry people happy as a delivery driver for Pizza Hut®. That's right, we'll pay you to cruise around in your mobile office - your car - listening to your own tunes and delivering great pizza - and pasta. What more could you want? Independence, good music and great food - with tips! Sound good? Besides your smile, energy and reliable set of wheels, here's what you'll need for this job:Requirements: The good news is that your training will teach you everything you need to know to succeed on the job. But here are a few skills you should have from the get-go, as well as some requirements:A clean driving record: If you're on a first name basis with the people at traffic court, this probably isn't the right job for you. Safety is our priority. You'll also need a valid driver's license, insurance and reliable vehicle.Friendly demeanor: Smile, tell a joke - treat our customers like you would your family and friends. Think of it this way - a smile and a kind word can mean the difference between a wallet full of tips and just some extra change for your cup holder.Keen sense of direction: You should know how to read a map and find your way around your delivery area. Think of all of the short cuts you'll learn!Age restrictions: Our delivery drivers need to be at least 18 years old.Dress the part: We'll provide you with a uniform. We just ask that you keep it clean and come to work wearing it.Just a few more things: You'll need some basic math skills, the desire to work as part of a team and enthusiasm for learning. Keep in mind, this is just basic information. You'll find out more after you apply.
KFC Kentucky Fried Chicken • Robstown, U.S.
$5K Sign-On Bonus | Benefits from Day One!| $5K Referral Bonus! | Local/Regional Drivers| $27.75/hr or $0.60/mile | Good Home Time!WE OFFER:$5000 Sign-On BonusPeddle Routes: $27.75/ hourPeddle routes get OT after 8 hrs!Regional/Relay: $0.60/mile Regional/Relay: $27.75/hr for all on duty, non-driving time. $1318.13 Minimum Weekly Gross GuaranteeMedical, Dental & $50,000 Life Insurance Benefits start on day one!401(k) with weekly company contributionDriver referral bonuses of $5000 per hired referral! Refer a friend and get paid! Limited time only!WE REQUIRE:Valid and current Class A CDLMust be 21 years of ageMust have 1 year of verifiable tractor-trailer driving experience OR 6 months of driving experience AND a certificate from an accredited CDL school.Doubles endorsement required.Ability to meet all DOT requirements
Careerbuilder • Yreka, U.S.
Job SummaryUnder general supervision, serves as lead person for field crew implementation of special assignments or sub-tasks related to the construction of landfill gas collection or other environmental pollution control systems. Relocation assistance available.Essential Duties and ResponsibilitiesInterpret project plans and specifications.Oversees portions of larger construction projects including pipe fusion/installation, extraction well drilling and installation, construction of blower/flare station components, installation of pumps, sumps, etc.Assists in drilling operations. Assists in completing wells during drilling projects by lifting and carrying materials such as bentonite and gravel and placing or shoveling the materials into the drilled gas well.Enters excavations to fuse pipe, install gas system piping, and install leachate or condensate piping.Enters manholes, sumps, or other confined spaces to assist in the installation of new gas system or leachate/condensate system piping.Assists in the repairs of leachate and condensate lines by cutting piping and/or removing or draining leachate or condensate liquids.Operates power saws and drills to connect and cut piping and wellheads, and to cut slots into new or existing gas system piping.Applies glues and primer to gas and leachate system piping to repair or connect piping.Operates heavy machinery such as rough terrain forklifts, excavators and backhoes to excavate and move landfill waste and soil for installation of gas system and leachate piping.Receives materials, maintains material inventory, prepares receiving reports, and reviews time cards and expense reports for assigned crew.Implements health and safety requirements and generates supporting documentation. Participates in the SAFE process by making observations and providing employee feedback.Maintains daily logs of project progress.Tracks and maintains construction equipment and tools.Calls off rental equipment when no longer needed Review site checklists. Inform Project Manager of any major changes or concerns, and address the items.Participates in monthly tailgate Health and Safety meeting. Participates in monthly Health and Safety (SOP) training.Prepares daily logs and reports for work performed on sites during workday.Actively participate in the SAFE process by making observations, review and assist in the development of the project health and safety plans including the associated Job Task Safety Analyses.QualificationsMinimum of 2 years of landfill gas construction preferred or 2 years of related construction experience required.Prior successful oversight of projects as a Foreman, Senior Technician, or Operator.Comprehensive knowledge of excavation or pipe installation practices.Ability to read and understand plans and specifications.Valid driver' s license with driving record in good standing required.40 hour Health & Safety, 8 hour Supervisor, OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120, Confined Space Entry, and Trenching Excavation Safety training preferred.Meet physical requirements for driving (pick-up truck), lifting and carrying equipment/mechanical components (up to 50 lbs. unassisted), hand excavation/digging (using shovels/picks), carrying and climbing ladders, operating and working from man lifts, operating electric tools, (drills, saws, etc.), using hand tools, (screwdrivers, wrenches, hammers, etc.), and providing services under various weather conditions.
Careerbuilder • San Diego, U.S.
General Description: As a Goodyear Truck Care Level 3 Technician, you will work in a Goodyear Truck Care Center which is an "on-highway" location providing light mechanical service and tire service to the Commercial Trucking industry. Responsibilities will include but not be limited to: Performing all mechanical work on commercial highway trucks and trailers including: DOT Inspection Electrical Wiring & Lights Alignment Exhaust Brakes & Air System Driveline & Suspension Air Conditioning Engine Cooling & Radiator Fuel System Must be willing and able to perform on-call service as needed. Stocking tires and other areas as needed. Using designated areas for vehicle waste. Providing "Service Excellence - Always" to meet the service goals of the location and of customers. Perform a variety of manual tasks for extended periods of time, which may include light and heavy lifting, including commercial tires and wheels, standing, bending, and squatting Basic Requirements: Must have a valid driver's license for the type of vehicle required for the position and be able to meet commercial driver qualification requirements. Must be at least 21 years of age. No relocation is being offered for this position. Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the U.S. without company sponsorship now or in the future Preferred Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED. At least one year of previous commercial truck service. Candidate Criteria: Commitment to follow all safety procedures and work in a safe manner. Must be able to work in a results-oriented, fast-paced environment as part of a team. Must be a self-starter and willing to take initiative, able and willing to work without direct supervision, and be willing to attend appropriate training sessions.
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company • Valdosta, U.S.
Responsible for the design & development and complete delivery of the Lower Front system module. The work requires domain expertise in metal, plastic & composite components related to Truck lower front module such as Hood and Bumper systems and other structural and protection components. It is a key role in coordinating the operational work needed to ensure cross functionally anchored concepts and technical solutions meet defined product QDCF targets.Expert in plastic tooling design and manufacturing process.The role covers several aspects of the product development process and the deliverables are largely driven by Gates, Releases and Design loops.Core ResponsibilitiesResponsible for the development of products / parts and release of the solutions into the system with complete product ownership and tackling quality issues effectivelyPerforms design, testing/validation and/or development projects within area of assignment to fulfill the project set Quality, Delivery, Cost, Feature targets.Generate Value Engineering and Value Analysis (VA/VE) and Continuous Improvement (CI) ideas to reduce product costs and drive/support implementation as needed.Analyze component parts and assemblies to determine the best course of action required to resolve actual or potential problems and implement cost effective solutions.Support packaging engineers in packaging and installation tasks (e.g. technical reports, packaging investigations, DMU utilization)Build & follow component design time plan to meet project deadline.Responsible to independently drive Cross functional activities to close out development open points and achieve set project deliverables.Must have Global mind-set to collaborate and work with engineers mostly at Cab, Chassis, Styling, Vehicle Architecture, Verification & Validation team both Locally as well as Other sites within Volvo.Take ownership in development of engineering process & method documents (TR, guidelines, rules etc.)Contribute towards knowledge management within the area of assignment.
VolvoAuto Sweden Sa • Bangalore, India
Chez Powertrain Engineering France nous avons la pleine responsabilité des moteurs Medium Duty et des essieux pour les camions et engins de chantier du groupe Volvo dans le monde entier.En joignant l’équipe E&E SW/DST Integration and Verification, vous serez membre d’une équipe engagée, fière de ses produits, à l’esprit ouvert et autonome, animés par la volonté de se développer et de s’entraider, dans une ambiance constructive.En tant que Verification Engineer, vous contribuerez à améliorer la qualité de nos systèmes embarqués, en développant des tests robustes et à propos, pour permettre de livrer des logiciels embarqués et leur calibration fréquemment et rapidement. Vous serez ainsi un pilier de l’intégration et de la vérification continue de nos systèmes embarqués afin de livrer à nos clients le meilleur produit dans les meilleurs délais.Description du poste :Votre responsabilité principale en tant que Verification Engineer chez E&E sera de vérifier nos logiciels embarqués et leur calibration, et ainsi de réduire les risques vis-à-vis de nos clients, en :définissant la stratégie de vérification pour toute évolution du produit,écrivant des procédures de tests, réalisant les essais, et analysant les problèmes, en utilisant principalement la méthodologie Hardware In the Loop, notamment le dSpace,choisissant le bon moyen d’essai selon le test à effectuer (en virtuel ou sur véhicule).Pour améliorer notre couverture de tests, vous serez aussi amenés à développer des tests automatiques.Vous serez membre d’une équipe d’environ 14 personnes, travaillant selon les méthodes Agile, où l’autonomie, la collaboration et l’envie d’aider sont essentiels. Comme le reste de l’équipe, vous serez pro actif pour définir et appliquer des méthodes de travail innovantes.Vous serez aussi membre des communautés de pratiques globales, où vous interagirez avec nos collègues suédois et brésiliens.Qui êtes vous?Vous détenez un diplôme d’ingénieur en Electronique ou en Automatique, vous avez une expérience dans le domaine du logiciel embarqué et de l’automobile.Vous êtes orientés client, ouvert d’esprit et à l’aise dans la gestion du risque et la priorisation.Vous avez de l’expérience dans le domaine de la vérification de systèmes embarqués (HIL SIL), et connaissez la suite dSpace (Configuration, Control & Automation Desk).Une certification sur les méthodes de vérification, ou une expérience en électromobilité sont un plus.En rejoignant l’équipe, vous développerez votre connaissance des technologies E&E, vous serez amenés à développer des SW type Python (pour l’automatisation des tests) ou Matlab/Simulink (pour le développement de notre banc HIL).
VolvoAuto Sweden Sa • Lyon, France
Position DescriptionAs a Chief Project Manager, you will be a key player in the most extensive ESS (Energy storage system) projects for the future. You will work in close cooperation with a variety of stakeholders and solution providers to ensure the technical delivery is on target according to the project pre-requisites. You will be responsible to lead the deliveries within Quality, Delivery, Cost, Features within a team of cross functional leaders. Lead the development work of cross functionally anchored technical solutionsResponsible of the good application of development processes and best practicesLead the product QDCF for ESS cross functional deliveries Optimize and consolidate the overall technical development cost and product costEstablish project time plans covering all activities needed to ensure fully verified and validated components, systems, and functionsManage ESS project team and present to your Steering Committee & Vehicle Technical meetingsTake an active role in developing future ways of working in projectsWho are we and what do we doElectromobility is one of the main development areas within Volvo Group and was created to be in the forefront of environmental friendly transport solutions for a more sustainable tomorrow. We are responsible for the transition from conventional powertrains to electromobility and to secure a stepwise implementation in different segments/regions. We develop and drive the electromobility product portfolio for Trucks & Buses as well as creating opportunities for all business areas within Volvo Group. Electromobility is a growing agile driven organization in place to shape the future! The importance of electromobility is growing every day and a key component within the electrified powertrain is the Energy Storage System (ESS). At our section, we are accountable for the lifecycle management of the ESS, from advanced engineering, throughout product development into the maintenance phase.Who we are looking forWe are looking for someone with A M.Sc in Electronics, Mechanical, Software Engineering, Mechatronics or similarAt least 8-10 years of experience from product developmentAt least 6-8 years’ experience in project managementSolid competence within Volvo process and tools, particularly DVP, PGT and KOLAYou have also previously worked within complex technology projects and have worked within GTT or within Electromobility Tech area.As a person you have demonstrated technical leadership and can easily create a productive and prosperous team. You communicate easily and effectively, no matter the team size or positions of your recipients. You are results-oriented and want to challenge the current normal. You plan and align, focus on highest priorities, and lie out a thorough schedule. To succeed in this role, you also need to be able to speak and write in English effortlessly.What we can offerWe can offer you an exciting and global working environment which will give you valuable experience that will contribute to your future development within the Volvo Group. You will get the opportunity to interact with highly committed colleagues from different cultures and to influence the development of our future electrified products.
VolvoAuto Sweden Sa • Stockholm, Sweden