HEB: Trailer Technician I in Houston, TX

HEB

Opportunity Title: Trailer Technician I
Location: Houston, TX

Closed Date: May 13, 2017
Job ID: 16024009

ABOUT THE COMPANY

H‑E‑B began with one store in 1905, nestled in Kerrville in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. They have always believed in the value of hard work and the importance of taking care of people. And they have always dreamed big. They hire great people, offer Customers the best service and sell only the freshest, safest products. Moreover, they always look for great products for today and tomorrow, and make sure to give Customers low prices with the best value.

They believe in hiring from within and provide career progression opportunities for all of their partners.  They highly value and understand all of the great skills that veterans can provide for their team.

Job Description

Essential Functions and  Process Responsibilities:

– Perform all responsibilities of Associate Trailer Technician
– Assists in basic to mid-range diagnostics and troubleshooting
– Perform with basic repairs, preventative maintenance and replacements in his/her specific classification
– Operates with basic tooling
– Must meet HEB driving qualifications
– May work with others in an apprentice style environment
– Assists in minor trailer repairs, repairs and replaces lights, adjusting brakes, repair of air leaks, repairs and replaces interior plywood, repairs scuff liner
– Performs basic welding
– Repairs and replaces wheels/tires
– Performs all safety sensitive trailer repairs with some degree of Trainer assistance depending on tech-s experience
– Must be able to work in a team environment

Experience and Education Preferred

– High School or equivalent education (preferred)
– 1 year of applicable experience
– Ability to read schematic diagrams preferred
– Familiar with general preventative maintenance and safety procedures preferred
– Complete 3rd party training
– Must hold OEM/ASE certification in: Brakes
– Must hold a basic welding certification
– Must hold a 3rd party Tire certification
– Must possess tools associated with job
– Must possess a current CDL
– Possess skill set to use fabricating tools

– Possess welding skills needed to do trailer repair

– Possess electrical skill set to be able to diagnose shorts and repair issue
– Must hold current DOT certification

Physical and Other Requirements

– Must be able to lift 100 lbs and carry a distance of 5 ft
– Must be able to work sitting, standing, stooping, bending, or in a prone position
– Must be able to work with hands over head
– Must be able to climb and work from a ladder

 

All applicants must meet NextOp’s minimum program requirements:

  • Post 9/11 Veteran
  • Honorable Discharge
  • Able to pass a Background Check and Drug Screening
  • Have a Valid Drivers License and Driving Record
  • E-7 and Below

HOW TO APPLY

  • STEP 1: QUICK RESPONSE FORM

    Get your NextOp Registration process jump started by filling in the Quick Response Form below. Please make sure to attach your resume.

    Once the Quick Response Form is submitted, you'll be prompted to move on to STEP 2 – completion of the full Registration form.


HEB: Distribution Partner II- Order Selector in Houston, TX

HEB

Opportunity Title: Distribution Partner II- Order Selector
Location: Houston, TX

Closed Date: 04/10/2017
Job ID:

ABOUT THE COMPANY

H‑E‑B began with one store in 1905, nestled in Kerrville in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. They have always believed in the value of hard work and the importance of taking care of people. And they have always dreamed big. They hire great people, offer Customers the best service and sell only the freshest, safest products. Moreover, they always look for great products for today and tomorrow, and make sure to give Customers low prices with the best value.

They believe in hiring from within and provide career progression opportunities for all of their partners.  They highly value and understand all of the great skills that veterans can provide for their team.

Job Description

– Applicable to all Distribution Partner II’s:
– Perform work tasks in a safe manner in accordance with work instructions
– Proactively takes actions to improve safety
– Takes a proactive approach to assist fellow Partners through their own actions, such as sharing of information (ie, technical, facility specific knowledge, processes & procedures)
– Takes other actions to help assimilate fellow partners into the work environment as the opportunities present themselves
– Completes work assignments in a timely manner and/or uses time in an efficient & productive manner in support of facility goals for on-time release of trailers
– Ensures that work performed meets individual productivity goals/ team productivity goals and/or facility productivity goals where applicable
– Operates equipment per SOP to prevent equipment & facility damage
– Takes appropriate actions to address safety issues within the facility
– Takes actions to ensure that work environment is clean and well maintained
– Takes action to help assimilate fellow partners into the work environment
– Accurately completes assignments and resolves issues related to accuracy
Order Selection (Full case, Flow, Pick-to-belt, Palletizer)
– Selects orders for shipment in an organized, clean, accurate and damage free manner
– Properly marks and/or tags orders with defined shipment information

Forklift Operation
– Completes assignments in an organized, clean, accurate and damage free manner
– Properly and accurately puts up or brings down product from assigned slots
Stocking
– Opens master cases, verifies product against assigned location and fills selection lanes for pick-to-light selection
Trainer
– Trains Partners to perform order selection and forklift operation in a clean, safe, accurate and damage free manner
– Trains and ensures SOP’s are followed to reduce Product Damage and Equipment Damage
– Operates equipment per SOP’s and work instructions to prevent damage

Minimum Requirements

EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION PREFERRED
– High School Diploma or equivalent (preferred)
– Basic Math Skills (+, -, *, /)
– Basic reading and writing skills
– Strong communication skills (verbal and written)
– Attention to detail
– Able to work in a Team Based environment
– Able to operate machines or equipment in a safe and independent manner
– Good organization skills
– Bi-lingual language skills is a plus
– Ability to learn & understand H-E-B in house systems
– Ability to work with little or no supervision
– Able to positively promote change

PHYSICAL AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS
– Able to repetitively lift up to 60 lbs for the duration of shift
– Must be capable of standing, walking, and squatting for extended periods of time
– Must be capable of working in either a hot or extreme cold environment for the duration of shift
– Work fluctuating hours and days based on business needs including weeks, nights & holidays
– Work extended shifts

All applicants must meet NextOp’s minimum program requirements:

  • Post 9/11 Veteran
  • Honorable Discharge
  • Able to pass a Background Check and Drug Screening
  • Have a Valid Drivers License and Driving Record
  • E-7 and Below

HOW TO APPLY

  • STEP 1: QUICK RESPONSE FORM

    Get your NextOp Registration process jump started by filling in the Quick Response Form below. Please make sure to attach your resume.

    Once the Quick Response Form is submitted, you'll be prompted to move on to STEP 2 – completion of the full Registration form.