Posted tagged ‘help wanted’

10 New Employees Start Next Week

April 25, 2011

That’s pretty cool, isn’t it?

Want to grow with us? We are hiring. Check us out at http://www.innovativeidm.com

Legendary Customer Service Testimonial

November 30, 2010

El Jeffe Gene got this email today. Thought you might enjoy. The legendary man in question is Jesse Simental.

From: Louis XXXXXX [mailto:xxxxx@xxxxxx.com]
Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2010 5:02 PM
To: Gene Gray
Subject: Innovative’s Legendary Service

Mr. Gray,

I would like to take this opportunity to discuss your “Legendary Service”.

Here’s the scenario:

I called on a Wednesday to check stock on some items. I was told that all but one item was in your stock and the last item was factory stock. These parts were for a system that had to be completed the following Monday (an emergency replacement for a jail control system).

I had to go out of town on Thursday and could not do anything about the parts until Friday.

On Friday morning, I called to confirm that the parts were still available as originally stated, which they were, so I placed the order and felt good about the situation.

That afternoon, I went to your facility and met with Jesse to pick up my parts (all except for the one that needed to be shipped from the factory), but when I got there only two of the seven items could be found. Seems there was some “input error” in the inventory software, or something.

Here I am on Friday afternoon, knowing that it was too late for the east coast factory to ship the remaining five items, and trying to figure out how to provide a working system for our customer to pick up at 8:00 am on Tuesday. If we could just get the parts any time on Monday, we could make it happen, even if we had to work all night to do it.

Jesse apologized, explaining what had happened. I do understand that these things happen. First of all, I should have not waited until Friday afternoon to pick up such an important order. That in itself left no room for error.

Jesse, however, just looked at me, told me he could make it happen (even though it was several hours past the factory’s cut-off time), and politely asked me to go about my way so that he could get to work on it. I left your facility and drove back to the office.

Monday morning came and I really wanted to call Jesse to get an update. However, I didn’t, trusting that if there had been any further issues, he would have called me. Around 10:30 the UPS driver showed up with all of the remaining parts. We were able to complete the system that day and ended up with a very happy customer.

So, by Jesse having that type of attitude, he saved us. Good job, Jesse. And good job, Gene, for having employees who care…employees who don’t necessarily take the easy route. Innovative’s “Legendary Service”…it is REAL!

We have had other distributors try to get our business, but we always tell them that we enjoy a great relationship with Innovative and have no interest in changing.

Thanks again,

XXXXXXX
XXXXXXXXX & Automation

Help Wanted

January 5, 2010

chrisandlonnie

If you are a top-notch sales rep, technician or engineer, or if you would like to have your tounge permanently affixed to the crown of the co-worker of your choice (like Chris has done to Lonnie), we want to talk to you. Our home office is in Carrollton, Texas, with opportunities in Houston and other locations as well. Tell us your story. Contact us today at info@iacorp.com.

Seriously, we are hiring. Visit our career area at www.iacorp.com

Help Wanted: Production Manager

November 18, 2009

Production Manager – Contract Electrical Manufacturing

Innovative Automation needs an experienced production manager responsible for providing leadership, direction, and support of our production team. This is a full-time position with vacation, sick day and insurance benefits.

The strongest candidate will make sound decisions under pressure, possess a strong work ethic, maintain a professional demeanor and place customers’ needs first.  Previous experience in contract manufacturing and industrial control panel manufacturing a plus.

Responsibilities:

The production manager’s role is fast-paced, demanding and could require some weekend hours.

You will manage three full-time associates and a temp work force, and the coordination of people and materials. Train new employees.

You’ll supervise the production of finished goods and they will comply with company standards regarding on-time delivery, zero-defects, safety of operations, and efficiency and productivity.

You’ll ensure that goals, accountability, and results are consistently established, and understood, across the production team.

You’ll solve problems and improve processes.

Provide weekly reporting of key operating measures and prepare action plans to correct deficiencies.

Qualifications:

College degree and 2 or more years of production management leadership preferred.

5 or more years of supervisory experience in the contract manufacturing industry a plus.

Will work in a dynamic, fast paced, time-sensitive environment and interact effectively with customers.

Has demonstrated leadership and interpersonal skills, with the proven ability to train individuals with varying technical skills.
Will lead and motivate a team and work well across departmental lines.

Has proven production management experience & process improvement ability.
Has excellent computer skills, especially as they relate to production management, with experience in Office programs.

Preferably, has a working knowledge of UL508A, NFPA, and NEC standards

Contact  info@iacorp.com

Help Wanted

June 8, 2009

chrisandlonnie

If you are a top-notch sales rep, technician or engineer, or if you would like to have your tounge permanently affixed to the crown of the co-worker of your choice (like Chris has done to Lonnie), we want to talk to you. Our home office is in Carrollton, Texas, with opportunities in Houston and other locations as well. Tell us your story. Contact us today at info@iacorp.com.

Seriously, we are hiring. Visit our career area at www.iacorp.com

Join Our Team!

March 16, 2009

Innovative Automation, a member of the Inc 5,000 list of fast growing private companies in both 2007 and 2008, is interviewing 365/24/7 for the right people to add to our highly motivated team. If you have a passion for sales, call us.

If you are a top-notch sales rep, technician or engineer, or if you like hanging out with your work buddies at a Mavs game (like Saul, Jesse and Todd, below), we want to talk to you. Our home office is in Carrollton, Texas, with opportunities in Houston and other locations as well. Tell us your story. Contact us today at info@iacorp.com.
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Freak Accident: Help Wanted

February 5, 2009

Something awful happened in the shop today. Chris was sucked into a vacuum cleaner. This was the last photo taken. Chris was a competent and caring technician whose craftsmanship and quality assurance made his work revered by customers and supervisors alike. So young to be struck down by such a cruel fate . . .

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