Hourly Manufacturing Positions
Allison Transmission assembly plants are at the heart of the world-class products we produce – and our plant employees are the lifeblood of these operations. That’s why we focus on making our plant facilities top-of-the-line and offer training and other benefits that provide comfort and an atmosphere for success.
Some of the benefits we offer in the U.S. include:
- Sick Leave
- Life Insurance
- Tuition Assistance
From comfortable climate-controlled facilities and onsite food service to conveniently close parking and a commitment to safety, we provide our hourly employees with a work environment that is conducive to quality work. In addition to our facilities, we’re proud of our sustainability efforts. Click here to read more about our eco-friendly policies.
Some of the opportunities we have available in hourly Manufacturing include:
Warehouse Services is the entry-level position offered for all other production positions. As part of Warehouse Services, you’ll unpack, segregate and check incoming and outgoing materials for quantity, condition and part numbers. You’ll keep records of materials coming in and out of the facility, package parts and operate all types of inside power trucks to move parts within the warehouse distribution operation.
Some of the other production positions include careers in Material Services, Fabrication, Machining, Assembly and Skilled Trades.
Positions available within the Skilled Trades areas include:
As a Millwright Welder, you’ll be responsible for a variety of plant and facilities maintenance including ancillary machine equipment repair, machine installation and machine movement. You’ll also work to support the production operations, which could include construction and installation.
Auto, Truck & Trailer Repair Mechanic
As an Auto, Truck & Trailer Repair Mechanic, you’ll maintain and repair a wide variety of automotive equipment and power source units.
As a Pipefitter, you’ll do all the pipe fitting necessary for the construction, maintenance and repair of new or existing pipe systems.
Refrigeration and AC Maintenance
You’ll operate and maintain heating, ventilating, air conditioning and dust collecting equipment.
Stationary Engineer Powerhouse
You’ll operate, adjust and maintain all powerhouse machinery, equipment and controls. You’ll also operate and maintain water conditioning and waste treatment equipment to prepare water for industrial use and purify water containing industrial wastes.
Experimental Transmission Mechanic
As an Experimental Transmission Mechanic, you’ll assemble and disassemble complex experimental and development transmissions. You’ll use equipment to rework transmissions, test hardware, aid assembly and provide instrumentation of experimental transmissions. You’ll also participate with engineers, technicians and other engineering personnel in problem solving.
As an Electrician, you’ll install, maintain and repair electrical circuits, electrical test equipment, special electrical devices and electric motors.
You’ll work to repair, adjust and maintain all types of machinery and mechanical equipment. You’ll also develop and build a variety of special machines and mechanical equipment.
Tool & Die Maker
As a Tool & Die Maker, you’ll plan, make bench layouts and fabricate and repair a wide variety of tooling, parts and assemblies holding extremely close tolerances. You’ll work with tool design, engineering, production and inspection on production parts, gages and castings to make sure they meet the prescribed blueprint dimensions and engineering specifications.
As a Carpenter, you’ll perform all carpentry work necessary to construct new or maintain existing structures or other wooden equipment or concrete and cinder block areas. You’ll also paint and install glass when needed.
Visit our Job Application Process page to find out more about how to apply for a position with Allison. You can search our currently available positions here.