Want to Earn a $500 Bonus?

Posted on: June 28, 2017

At Friday Staffing, we do the job search for you so you can get back to work. If you’re in the market for a new job, keep reading! An automotive manufacturer in Fletcher is now hiring for assembly positions. While experience is preferred, entry-level applicants will also be considered. If you’ve been thinking about switching to a career in assembly, now is the time! On-the-job training will be available.

To make the opportunity even sweeter, there is a $500 bonus to employees who remain employed there for at least 90 days.

A Schedule that Works for You

Amanda Miller has worked in assembly on the front line for about two months. She says it’s very rewarding to know what a widespread impact her work is making. She shares, “80% of the tractor trailers driving down the road probably have their axles from (our manufacturer) … We service tractor trailers everywhere, from Japan to Australia to Mexico. It’s a worldwide company.”

To be eligible for this bonus, employees must be able to work second shift (3:15 pm–11:30 pm) or third shift (11:00 pm-7:30 am) and overtime on weekends. Amanda enjoys her second shift schedule and says starting work later in the day gives her time to handle appointments and other errands. These hours mean you can check more off your to-do list!

Perks for Working with Friday’s

At Friday’s, we believe hard work should always be rewarded. This is why we offer our qualifying employees many benefits, from holiday pay and vacation pay to safe worker certificates. Eligibility requirements vary.

Find the Right Job

Entry level assembly jobs are one of the best ways you can gain valuable industrial work experience. While the requirements vary by type of position, they generally require the following abilities:

  • Basic reading and math skills
  • Must be able to follow written or spoken instructions
  • Full range of motion with your hands (manual dexterity)
  • The ability to stand for long periods of time
  • Heavy lifting
  • Good vision (with or without glasses or contacts)
  • The ability to work together cooperatively (for jobs on an assembly line team)
  • Flexibility (assemblers may be trained on multiple job functions)
  • Skills with a variety of power tools and small hand tools
  • Soldering skills may be required for some jobs

Not sure if assembly is right for you? We’re happy to answer all your questions. Call our Asheville office at 828.684.8700 for more information.

Our goal is to help you find a job that suits your talents and busy schedules. In addition to industrial and assembly, we also have many open positions in administrative, technical, and professional industries. Apply online today!