Conduct visual inspections, operational testing and perform final finish of Aspen Aerials Under Bridge Inspection units, document testing and inspection to provide evidence that the unit was produced in compliance with the build order and meets design.
PRINCIPLE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Final finish of an Under-Bridge machine includes, install decals, hose and wire protection, greasing, touch-up painting, torqueing bolts and testing the machine on a bridge.
Complete machine operational checklists.
Perform final quality inspections and keep detailed documents
Capable of running truck mounted aerial lift equipment. Training will be provided.
Make sure unit is completed in accordance to current prints, Aspen Aerials’ specifications. document any that exist, it is the quality assurance’s responsibility to report them to the Production Manager or management’s representative.
Review operational issues, concerns with production personnel, as encountered, prior to resuming the quality check sheets.
Complete daily timecards with appropriate time, job and task number.
Must not be afraid of heights.
Follow all safety procedures as outlined in the Aspen Aerials Safety Manual.
Must maintain the workplace and keep work area in a neat, clean, orderly and well-kept manner.
Perform other duties in the production area as assigned. These duties may include hydraulic, electrical, and machine assembly.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
General mechanical capability.
Must be able to read and comprehend engineering drawings.
Detail oriented and organized is a must.
Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent.
Must be able to perform functional tests.
Must be able to perform visible weld discrepancies.
Must be able to work independently and as part of a team.
Must be able to operate a wide variety of hand and power tools.
Must have good communication skills verbally and written.
Must have or be able to obtain a Class B driver’s license.
Must be able to work overtime as required.
Forklift operator certification may be required.
Factory environment 80%. Outside running machines 20%.
Working on or around trucks and occasional outside work environment.
Working conditions include crawling on, under and around trucks and mobile hydraulic equipment.
Must be able to lift 75 lbs.
Aspen Aerials offers a competitive salary that rewards performance and dedication, along with a comprehensive benefits package that includes:
- Performance based incentive program
- Medical, dental, vision and prescription drug program
- Retirement 401(k) program
- Vacation and paid holidays
- Flexible spending accounts
- Life insurance
ABOUT Aspen Aerials:
Bridge inspection is a demanding job, requiring highly trained technicians and engineers to safely maneuver specialized equipment into position in order to complete their hands-on inspection and maintenance work. In order to accomplish this task, the right equipment is essential.
Choose the North American market leader for bridge inspection and bridge access equipment, Aspen Aerials, a Time Manufacturing Company. With a global network of distributors, our bridge inspection equipment is available to companies and governments around the world.
Bridge Inspection trucks and cranes are our complete focus
At Aspen Aerials, our design engineers make a habit of listening and using the feedback and help of bridge inspection professionals. We do this to make sure that the bridge inspection equipment that each of our customers buys meets their specific requirements. We at Aspen Aerials continue to listen to our customers, and the result is a market-leading line of equipment designed with safety, efficiency, durability and ease-of-use in mind.
Bridge Inspection Equipment with a Clear Advantage
Aspen Aerials equipment easily beats the competition because it makes it easier to inspect and maintain bridges with minimal inconvenience to the motoring and walking public, no matter how large or small the bridge is.
“Aspen Aerials bridge inspection trucks do not require outriggers.”
There are several major advantages to not needing outriggers. Outriggers can create a lot of pressure and can sometimes damage the deck of a bridge. Damaging any bridge should be avoided. Outriggers impede the flow of vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Additional lane closures create bottlenecks and inconvenience to the public.
Another advantage of not requiring outriggers is that the truck can move while the boom is deployed, which creates incredible efficiency for the bridge inspection team.
Please contact us with any questions. Our knowledgeable staff can assist you in selecting the correct bridge inspection equipment to support your requirements.
At Aspen Aerials, we design, manufacture and assemble a complete line of Bridge Inspection Vehicles at our factory in Duluth, Minnesota, USA. Our market-leading products are shipped throughout the world. Bridge inspection professionals embrace our widely-used units, which have grown to become the first choice of bridge inspection professionals in many of the markets we serve.
Job Type: Full-time
- Manufacturing QA: 2 years (Required)
- Health insurance
- Dental insurance
- Vision insurance
- Retirement plan
- Tuition reimbursement