Website Taylor Machine Works

Assembler Job Highlights

Title Assembler
Type Full Time
Experience Not Indicated
Function Management/Manufacturing
Location Louisville, MS, United States
Company Taylor Machine Works

Company Profile

Taylor Machine Works, designs, engineers, and manufactures industrial lift equipment. The Company offers industrial pneumatic tires, container handlers, industrial solid tires, log stackers, marina trucks, and other used equipment.

Job Profile

The company is looking for an Assembler to join its team.

Educational Qualification

  • Applicants should be a High School Graduate or GED equivalent

Work Experience

  • Possess work-related experience (a plus)


  • Builds sub-assemblies and assemblies.
  • Cleans and maintains equipment, parts, and assemblies.
  • Functions as a member of the group-producing assemblies.
  • May be moved from one position to another so long as required tests have been met.
  • Must maintain a clean and orderly facility and work area.
  • Performs at skill levels including, but not limited to operating sanders, ordinary and power hand tools, forklifts, overhead and jib cranes, etc.
  • Will be required to perform finishing, cleaning, and material handling duties, etc.
  • Performs other jobs when required.


  • Hand tools, power hand tools, burning machines, forklifts, sanders, hose-making equipment, bearing press, overhead and jib cranes, protective equipment, measuring equipment, etc.


  • Steels, component assemblies, compressed air, grinding disks, burning gasses, hydraulic hoses, fittings, etc.


  • Requires stooping, bending, climbing, and the capability of lifting up to 50 pounds
  • Must hold any Governmental Mandated Certificates and Licenses
  • Must Pass TMW Tacking Test
  • Must pass a test to operate fork-lift

Employer’s Statement

Taylor Machine Works is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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