Titan Tire in Freeport Accepting Resumes For Production Workers

Freeport, Illinois — Titan Tire in Freeport, Illinois announced that it is accepting resumes until May 8, 2017 for Production Worker positions for either 2nd or 3rd shift. Starting pay 18.00/HR.

Titan Tire is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace. No phone calls will be accepted regarding employment opportunities.

Production Workers are responsible for proper use of machines and materials for building a quality product per specifications and building procedures. This is an assembly operation consisting of both machine and manual operations.


• High School diploma and/or general education (GED); and/or equivalent combination of education, training & experience that performs the essential functions of this position.

• Must have at least two years’ experience working in a manufacturing environment.

• Knowledge of Lock Out /Tag Out, and PPE use a plus.

• Good mechanical & mathematical skills a plus.

• Must be mechanically inclined and good with hand tools.

• Must be able to read and understand the weekly schedule, specifications & prints.

Applicants may apply by providing their resume, cover letter and three (3) work related references either by fax at 815-235-6355 or via mail at:

Titan Tire
Attention: HR Manager
3769 E. Route 20 Freeport, IL 61032

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