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Why You Want to Work at Dynex/Rivett Inc.

Opportunities to learn new skills and apply them toward your career growth.

A friendly atmosphere amongst your co-workers.

Compensation that is competitive with market rates.

A comprehensive benefits program.

Company cash contributions toward employees' 401(k) plans and HSA accounts.

Job security and career longevity.

Dynex is a successful manufacturer of hydraulic components selling worldwide for over 60 years. We offer a small-company environment that fosters teamwork and innovation. We use advanced manufacturing processes, with the latest and most sophisticated CNC machines, in a clean and well-lit working environment.

Our Pewaukee headquarters is located in Lake Country in Southeastern Wisconsin, which offers a variety of natural, outdoor activities. Nearby is Milwaukee, with diverse cultural attractions, including professional sports, music, and ethnic festivals on the shores of Lake Michigan.

Our people, work environment and location allow us to attract the best people to achieve our success. We welcome you to join us!

Dynex employees, special events, holidays, and more over the years!

Current Open Positions

Corporate Headquarters and Manufacturing Facility
Pewaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.A.

Type: Full-Time, First Shift

Openings: One

Description: Three to five years’ experience. Experience on CNC Lathes. Must be able to perform own set-ups. Must be able to perform G&M code editing on Fanuc type controls. Experience on the following types of machines will be considered a plus: Mori Seiki lathes.

Type: Full-Time, First Shift

Openings: One

Essential Functions:

  • Produces components and finished products on several different product lines by assembling parts and subassemblies.
  • Prepares work to be accomplished by studying parts lists and gathering parts, subassemblies, tools, and materials.
  • Reads and deciphers schematics, blueprints, and assembly instructions.
  • Positions or aligns components and parts, either manually or with hoists.
  • Uses hand tools, assembly fixtures, or power tools to assemble parts.
  • Examines connections for correct fit, fastening parts and subassemblies.
  • Resolves assembly problems by notifying supervisor to obtain additional resources.
  • Keeps equipment operational by completing preventive maintenance requirements, following manufacturer’s instructions, troubleshooting malfunctions, and calling for repairs.
  • Maintains a safe and clean working environment by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
  • Documents actions by completing production and quality forms.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Minimum 1 year of previous assembly work. Experience with hydraulic assembly a plus.
  • Ability to interpret technical drawings including schematics, blueprints, and assembly instructions.
  • Mechanical aptitude.
  • Simple math skills.
  • Ability to lift up to 25 lbs. on occasion.

Type: Full-Time, First Shift

Openings: One

Essential Functions:

The Stock Room Coordinator is responsible for the proper storage, movement, and tracking of all material in the stockroom and assembly stocking areas.  Daily tasks include:

  • Receive materials into the stockroom or assembly stocking location, verify the correct count for each transaction, ensure the parts and their storage location are properly packaged and labeled, and place the parts in their storage location.
  • Issue parts to the assembly or production floor.
  • Fill customer parts orders.
  • Follow proper FIFO and/or lot tracking practices when storing, issuing, or moving parts.
  • Record inventory transactions in the Dynex computer system.
  • Perform cycle counts and/or periodic physical counts.

As needed, the Stock Room Coordinator may be asked to perform and/or assist in other miscellaneous duties including but not limited to: assemble minor assemblies and sub-assemblies; minor cleaning and rust protection; degrease and spray paint; receive incoming material; help pack orders and make cardboard boxes; load and/or unload trucks; housekeeping assignments; operate company truck to pick up and/or deliver material.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Clean driving record.
  • Some experience working in a manufacturing environment.
  • Fork truck experience a plus, but we will train.
  • Basic math skills.
  • Competency with Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Good organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Ability to occasionally lift up to 40 lbs.

Type: Full-Time, First Shift

Openings: One

Essential Functions:

Set-up and operate production on various types of grinding machines to grind a variety of parts according to standardized documentation. All part features such as: flat surfaces, outside and inside diameters, shoulders, tapers, and contours are required to meet finish and dimensional specifications established in the standardized documentation.

Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of simple algebra and geometry and a practical working knowledge of some specialized field or trade. (Equivalent to four years of high school)
  • One or more years’ experience in one of the following types of grinding:
    • Rotary surface grinding
    • ID / OD grinding
    • Centerless grinding
    • Sphere grinding
  • Ability to continuously (50% or more of the time) lift or carry of 0-15 lbs. material. Frequent (10-50% of the time) lifting or carrying of material of 15-50 lbs.