Careers

Become Part of a Great American Success Story

Founded in 1958 as a travel trailer manufacturer, Winnebago has grown to become the world’s most iconic manufacturer. In fact, many of the products and processes that have defined the industry were created by Winnebago team members. Today, Winnebago employs more than 3,900 team members across our headquarters in Forest City, Iowa, and our satellite facilities in Charles City, Iowa, Lake Mills, Iowa, Waverly, Iowa, Middlebury, Indiana, Eden Prairie, Minnesota, and Junction City, Oregon. The Company builds quality motorhomes, travel trailers and fifth wheel products under the Winnebago and Grand Design brands. We encourage team members to take ownership of their important role in our company and value ideas at every level that improve our products or manufacturing efficiencies.

Salaried Positions Available

Quality Engineer - Forest City, Iowa

Position Description:

Primary Objective of Position:

The Quality Engineer will utilize their training and experience to build upon Winnebago Industries’ current Quality Management System.  You will be called upon to play a pivotal role in creating a culture of continuous improvement that will revolutionize quality standards in the RV industry.  Producing a quality product through processes and controls during all stages of manufacture will allow us to exceed the quality and reliability expectations of today’s RV owner.  

 

Key Work Activities:

The Quality Engineer will work with Engineering, Operations and Quality personnel to create a dynamic culture of continuous improvement.  This will be achieved by developing and utilizing additional processes and controls and by expanding on proven methodologies within the quality and manufacturing areas, (i.e. Six sigma, FMEA, PDCA) 

  • Responsible for Quality System Maintenance
  • Perform root cause analysis and implementation of corrective action for quality process related concerns to prevent reoccurrence (internal and external quality issues)
  • Assist Quality manager in establishing, implementing, and maintaining the quality management system
  • Responsible for continual improvement activities to enhance the quality system, such as 5S, Kaizen lean methods, etc.
  • Develop training to build quality awareness
  • Interface with Engineering, Sales and Operations to ensure transfer to Production of new products are in accordance with approved data (APQP).
  • Support the Quality Inspectors to ensure products and processes comply with the relevant requirements of the quality management system
  • Interface with suppliers & customers on quality concerns
  • Establish and maintain MRB process
  • Any other duties as assigned by the QA Manager

 

Experience Required:

  • University degree in Industrial/Mechanical Engineering or equivalent
  • ASQ Certified Quality Engineer
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in a Quality role in the manufacture of durable goods
  • Previous work experience in the Quality department of two or more companies
  • Excellent written and oral communication with ability to positively motivate team members
  • Strong interpersonal skills with ability to effectively collaborate between varying functions
  • Ability to manage several projects and assignments in parallel


Technical Skills Requirements:

  • Sound knowledge of S.P.C techniques
  • Sound knowledge of FMEA (Failure Mode Effects Analysis), DOE (Design of Experiment), RCCA (Root Cause Corrective Action)
  • Sound knowledge of sample submission procedures
  • Sound knowledge of customers’ APQP activity procedures

 

For immediate consideration for this position, please submit a confidential resume to Human Resources Department, Winnebago Industries, Inc., PO Box 152, Forest City, IA  50436 or submit your resume online to hr@winnebagoind.com.

Director of Enterprise Safety - Eden Prairie, Minnesota

Position Description:

Primary Objective of Position:

The Enterprise Safety Director will lead the development and implementation of a EHS system across all Winnebago sites that builds and ensures a culture and performance of zero harm.  Provides support to all sites ensuring alignment to the EHS management system.  Assures compliance with federal, state and local regulations regarding health, safety and the environment.  Develop and implement audit programs to achieve corporate and plant level compliance for health, safety and environmental programs.

 

Key Areas of Responsibility:

The Director will be responsible for recommending and deploying corporate health, safety, and environmental policies, programs, and procedures to ensure compliance with regulatory statutes, rules and regulations including OSHA, EPA, DOT, and other regulatory agencies. Develop and manage internal audit programs to ensure operational effectiveness and compliance in these areas. The Director will also be accountable and responsible for providing leadership and coaching to internal company resources to evaluate, identify, and reduce the risk of loss to Winnebago Industries and other stakeholders through the application of health, safety, environmental principles and knowledge of laws and regulations.

  • Leads the development and implementation of health and safety programs for the corporation
  • Provide leadership and direction for internal safety resources to ensure collaboration and sharing of best practices on safety policies, programs, and procedures
  • Assures compliance and continuous improvements of programs, policies, and procedures with developed and structured audits
  • Drives prevention and risk reduction programs to improve safety and health programs, policies, and procedures, providing training and awareness of industry practices and changes
  • Conduct and/or review all accident investigations and report on a regular basis, while providing trend analysis of concerns to lead to potential improvements
  • Provide benchmark safety programs and policies and review techniques and programs to ensure continuous improvement for our safety and health programs
  • Performs plant and program audits to ensure regulatory compliance and partners with management and engineering to provide reduced employee exposure to hazards and risks
  • Empower employees to behave safely and champion employee growth and development with training programs
  • Coach and mentor leaders on promoting a safe, clean, and healthy working environment
  • Teaches leaders how to coach and mentor

 

Critical Competencies

The Enterprise Safety Director should possess the core value of proactive interventions and preventions, as well as a track-record of measurement and compliance to drive the full scope of behavior change. He or she will have a strong background demonstrating the ability to create and maintain a positive, successful safety first culture. In addition, the Director should possess strong leadership experience.

  • Strong interpersonal skills with a demonstrated ability to influence and motivate teams
  • Ability to collaborate and partner
  • Ability to exercise strong judgement to balance business needs and achieve objectives
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively facilitate projects and training
  • Demonstrated ability to translate a vision into the development and execution of a strategy
  • Strong oral, written and presentation skills at all levels of an organization
  • Ability to organize and manage multiple concurrent projects and priorities
  • Action-oriented, self-starter who can delegate and be hands-on as situations deem appropriate
  • Proficient using Microsoft Word, Excel, and Power Point

Required Education and Experience

  • BS degree in Occupational Safety and Health, Environmental Engineering, or related science
  • Master Degree preferred
  • Professional Certification preferred (CSP, ASP)
  • 8-10 years of professional safety experience required
  • Experience as technical expert in industrial safety
  • 5 years of durable goods manufacturing experience required
  • Implemented enterprise-wide safety system

 

For immediate consideration for this position, please submit a confidential resume to Human Resources Department, Winnebago Industries, Inc., PO Box 152, Forest City, IA  50436 or submit your resume to hr@winnebagoind.com.

Quality Engineer - Junction City, Oregon

Position Description:

Primary Objective of Position:

The Quality Engineer will utilize their training and experience to build upon Winnebago Industries’ current Quality Management System.  You will be called upon to play a pivotal role in creating a culture of continuous improvement that will revolutionize quality standards in the RV industry.  Producing a quality product through processes and controls during all stages of manufacture will allow us to exceed the quality and reliability expectations of today’s RV owner.  

 

Key Work Activities:

The Quality Engineer will work with Engineering, Operations and Quality personnel to create a dynamic culture of continuous improvement.  This will be achieved by developing and utilizing additional processes and controls and by expanding on proven methodologies within the quality and manufacturing areas, (i.e. Six sigma, FMEA, PDCA) 

 

  • Responsible for Quality System Maintenance
  • Performs root cause analysis and implementation of corrective action for quality process related concerns to prevent reoccurrence (internal and external quality issues)
  • Assist Quality manager in establishing, implementing, and maintaining the quality management system
  • Responsible for continual improvement activities to enhance the quality system, such as 5S, Kaizen lean methods, etc.
  • Develops training to build quality awareness
  • Interfaces with Engineering, Sales and Operations to ensure transfer to Production of new products are in accordance with approved data (APQP).
  • Supports the Quality Inspectors to ensure products and processes comply with the relevant requirements of the quality management system
  • Interfaces with suppliers & customers on quality concerns
  • Establishes and maintains MRB process
  • Any other duties as assigned by the QA Manager

 

 

Experience Required:

 

  • University degree in Industrial/Mechanical Engineering or equivalent
  • ASQ Certified Quality Engineer
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience in a Quality role in the manufacture of durable goods
  • Previous work experience in the Quality department of two or more companies
  • Excellent written and oral communication with ability to positively motivate team members
  • Strong interpersonal skills with ability to effectively collaborate between varying functions
  • Ability to manage several projects and assignments in parallel

 

Technical Skills Requirements:

 

  • Sound knowledge of S.P.C techniques
  • Sound knowledge of FMEA (Failure Mode Effects Analysis), DOE (Design of Experiment), RCCA (Root Cause Corrective Action)
  • Sound knowledge of sample submission procedures
  • Sound knowledge of customers’ APQP activity procedures

 

For immediate consideration for this position, please submit a confidential resume to Human Resources Department, Winnebago Industries, Inc., PO Box 152, Forest City, IA  50436 or submit your resume online to hr@winnebagoind.com.

Business Analyst - Eden Prairie, Minnesota

Position Description:

Primary Objective of Position:

This role is the primary IT focal point for business stakeholders in Finance and related functions. It ensures that opportunities for business improvement are identified and addressed with the right technology solutions.  The incumbent is the expert in future-state Winnebago applications such as ERP, and introduces creative uses of applications to address business problems.  He/she is responsible for managing a prioritized portfolio of projects, defining business requirements, and testing solutions to ensure they meet expectations.  The role manages ongoing communication with the business on project and operational performance.

 

Key Areas of Responsibility:

  • Learn the business and document business processes.  Proactively evaluate and recommend opportunities for process improvements through application of information technology solutions or operational changes.  Lead projects to perform these assessments and recommendations.
  • Develop functional expertise in future-state Winnebago applications such as ERP.  Identify creative uses of applications to address business problems. Stay abreast of industry best practices in the use of information technologies, and lead their introduction within Winnebago
  • Establish and manage a prioritized portfolio of IT projects with clearly defined business cases.    Oversee project delivery on behalf of the business owner(s), ensuring they are accomplished within expectations.
  • Partner with the business to define, document and prioritize business requirements. Establish user test criteria and perform and coordinate user testing to ensure solutions meet expectations. Lead the development and delivery of user training.
  • Act as the primary liaison between business stakeholders and the IT function.  Provide ongoing communication to the business on project status and operational performance. Coordinate the resolution of any significant issues, working with the broader IT function. 
  • Act as a team/project lead if needed on designated projects or assignments

 

Critical Competencies

  • Strong analytical skills with experience in process analysis techniques and tools
  • Ability to lead through influence at peer and executive levels
  • Executive level communication skills – both written and verbal
  • Competency in developing and delivering presentations, using MS-Office tools
  • Ability to take initiative and work independently with minimal supervision

 

Required Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in Business, Finance, Information Technology, or related field
  • Experience as a BA or in IT roles involving direct interaction with business leadership
  • Experience with leading or participating in business change initiatives
  • Experience with implementing ERP or other packaged solutions.  Microsoft AX experience strongly preferred.

 

For immediate consideration for this position, please submit a confidential resume to Human Resources Department, Winnebago Industries, Inc., PO Box 152, Forest City, IA  50436 or submit your resume online to hr@winnebagoind.com.

Human Resources Coordinator - Eden Prairie, Minnesota

Position Description:

Primary Objective of Position:

Play a key role in providing administrative support to the Human Resources team.  Assist in full life cycle of recruiting, interview and onboarding processes.  Facilitate interview scheduling, candidate communications and follow-up.  Work directly with Talent Management team members to support various department and organizational initiatives, projects and day to day HR processes.

 

Key Areas of Responsibility:

Reporting to the Director of Talent Management, this position will play a critical role in assisting the Talent Management team in hiring and developing great talent, though will also provide a broad range of support for a variety of HR processes and projects, including but not limited to training, performance management, employee relations, and compensation.

 

  • Coordinate calendars and scheduling for candidate phone and in-person interviews
  • Manage pre-employment screenings process and maintain corresponding reports and documents
  • Providing administrative support in the areas of employee recruitment, hiring, retention, and evaluation
  • Assist with new hire onboarding and terminated employee processes
  • Collaborate with HR teams within each business unit to ensure alignment of recruiting processes and efforts
  • Ensure a consistent and brand-right candidate and new hire experience is being delivered
  • At times, may assist Total Rewards team with compensation and benefits projects as needed
  • Other HR related projects and tasks as requested

 

 

Critical Competencies

  • Strong technical skills, including experience with Microsoft Office and Applicant Tracking Systems.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, customer-centric focus for candidates and internal/external partners
  • Ability to manage multiple priorities and tasks with high levels of accuracy and strong attention to detail
  • Ability to connect with people – fosters strong partnerships, interacts well with employees at all levels
  • Self-motivated and driven – strives to deliver great results and drive continuous improvement, gets things done
  • Demonstrates flexibility and adaptability; thrives in a changing and/or fast paced environment
  • Demonstrates curiosity and courage – has an interest in learning and understanding “whys”, asks questions, shares his/her point of view

 

Required Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree is required – Human Resources, Business, Psychology or related major is preferred
  • A minimum of 1 to 3 years of HR experience is required
  • Experience with all aspects of talent acquisition, including sourcing and interviewing; involvement in contributing to or making selection decisions is a plus
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office – ability to create/manipulate documents using Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Minimal travel required

 

For immediate consideration for this position, please submit a confidential resume to Human Resources Department, Winnebago Industries, Inc., PO Box 152, Forest City, IA  50436 or submit your resume online to hr@winnebagoind.com.

Product Cost Supervisor - Forest City, Iowa

Position Description:

Primary Objective of Position:

The primary objective of this position is to supervise and coordinate the workflow within the Cost Accounting department.  This includes such activities as working directly with the Cost Accounting Manager and the Product Managers to ensure that the unit costing/pricing for the Motorized Division is done correctly and in a timely manner.

 

Key Areas of Responsibility:

  • Review and approve monthly journal entries and reconciliations created by the Cost Accounting staff
  • Maintain/update standard labor cost and the standard cost of purchased parts
  • Assist with cost estimates for the Product Managers and other areas of the corporation
  • Work directly with the Inventory Accountants to assist in the physical inventories that are performed at the Motorized and Towables facilities

 

A degree in either Finance or Accounting is required for this position.

 

For immediate consideration for this position, please submit a confidential resume to Human Resources Department, Winnebago Industries, Inc., PO Box 152, Forest City, IA  50436 or submit your resume online to hr@winnebagoind.com.

 

Supplier Quality Assurance Technician - Forest City, Iowa

Position Description:

Primary Objective of Position:

  • To ensure that purchased parts conform to specifications. Technical coordination between suppliers and internal organizations to resolve supplied material Quality issues
  • Implementation of containment, root cause analysis, and corrective action for supplier related issues
  • Development of suppliers to reduce defect rates and decrease cost of supplied materials

 

Key Areas of Responsibility:

  • Perform inspection of purchased parts including dimensional, functional, aesthetic, fit-for-use, etc.  to assure conformance to design and company specifications. 
  • Identify, contain and document rejected parts, communicate to all necessary departments, as well as to the supplier regarding the discrepancies found.  Work with Engineering and Quality to disposition parts appropriately.
  • Contact supplier for return authorization of parts needing return and assuring necessary paperwork has been completed.
  • Issue and track SCARs to suppliers when defective parts are identified, work with supplier to determine root cause and implement timely and effective quality solutions.
  • Perform follow-up evaluation / effectiveness check on problem parts to verify that the supplier has followed through with acceptable corrective action. 
  • Track and report all applicable costs incurred on behalf of Winnebago due to the nonconformities.
  • As required, perform on site review and verification of corrective actions, preventive actions and continuous improvement activities for product which do not meet standards for quality or delivery.
  • Coordinate supplier-related activities with Manufacturing, Purchasing, Engineering, Quality, Customer Service, and Warranty departments.
  • Act as consultant to Warranty Returns group in department to offer expertise and knowledge so problems are understood when processing warranty claims.
  • Conduct warranty studies on problems reported from the field and work with suppliers to solve long-term problems or failures as noted by retail customers.
  • Learn and work within the ERP system daily.
  • Strive for continuous improvement in performing job duties and responsibilities.                                                                             
  • Ability to obtain forklift license certification
  • Maintain accurate documentation and records for traceability, future reference, follow-up, and evaluation purposes.        
  • Maintain an effective reporting system and metrics to identify the opportunities for improvement in supplier quality performance
  • Other duties within the SQA Department as assigned.

 

Minimum Required Qualifications:

  • College and/or technical school background along with analytical ability
  • At least 1 year of experience in quality, engineering, or manufacturing
  • Proficient in print reading and part measurement
  • Demonstrated ability to investigate quality problems and to apply sound technical judgment to develop possible solutions
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office including Word and Excel
  • Can work independently with minimal supervision
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Manufacturing and/or process experience with assembly processes
  • Previous coursework in probability and statistics, SPC

 

For immediate consideration for this position, please submit a confidential resume to Human Resources Department, Winnebago Industries, Inc., PO Box 152, Forest City, IA  50436 or submit your resume to hr@winnebagoind.com.

 

Benefits Manager, Health and Welfare Plans - Eden Prairie, Minnesota

Position Description:

Primary Objective:

Participates in the design, communication and administration of the Employee Health and Welfare, Dental and Voluntary Benefit Plans.  Serves as the Privacy Official for the Winnebago Industries Health Plans.  Oversee and maintain all compliance requirements, including HIPAA, COBRA and ACA.


Key Areas of Responsibility:

  • Partners with the Total Rewards Director and Benefits Broker in proposing the design and costing of Winnebago Industries Group Health and Welfare and Dental Plans, as well as the Voluntary Benefit Plans, including Life Insurance, AD&D, and Flexible Spending Accounts.  Also oversees other benefits including Tax and Financial Planning and Executive Physicals.
  • Implements and administers benefit programs and manages the communication process to employees regarding Open Enrollment, new hire orientations, and any other required communications and/or mailings.  This includes distributing SPDs and Coverage Manuals and maintaining records for compliance.
  • Designs and delivers training to enhance employee and manager understanding of programs.    Seeks opportunities for process improvement.
  • Enrolls and dis-enrolls employees from individual benefit plans.  This includes weekly file transfers with 3rd party and maintaining benefits programs and deductions in our HR system.  In the HR system, sets up new benefits for Open Enrollment and ensures elections are accurately processed.
  • Administers COBRA, Health, Dental and Flex Spending, as well as life insurance conversion.
  • Reconciles Health, Dental and Voluntary Benefit Plans billing units and maintains/pays each Health Plan monthly.  Audits to ensure correct enrollment and billing.
  • Ensures compliance with federal, state, and local legal requirements regarding the Health and Dental Plans – ERISA, ADA, FMLA and HIPAA and ACA.
  • Generates annual and ad-hoc reporting to CMS regarding Health Plans requirements as requested by CMS.
  • Oversees the Plans' privacy policies and procedures related to PHI – serves as Privacy Officer.
  • Maintains all Health and Dental Benefits records and establishes recordkeeping systems.
  • Administers mandatory medical enrollment/records.
  • Resolves employee questions and problems regarding the Health, Dental and Voluntary Benefits Plans.
  • Maintains professional/technical knowledge regarding compliance issues relating to ERISA, COBRA, FMLA, ADA, and ACA.
  • Maintains reporting system for ACA compliance and tracks hours worked for part-time workers for ACA compliance.  Processes ACA notices (1095’s).
  • Supervises Wellness Programs as needed.
  • Administers and communicates the Executive Physical program.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Critical Competencies

  • Strong technical skills – acts as the subject matter expert on benefit programs, compliance requirements and current trends in the market.
  • Ability to think critically – recognizes connections, translates goals into action, uses strong judgment to make choices in alignment with strategy and company culture/values.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to connect with people – fosters strong partnerships, interacts well with vendors and employees at all levels.
  • Self-motivated and driven – strives to deliver great results and drive continuous improvement, gets things done.
  • Demonstrates flexibility and adaptability; thrives in a changing and/or fast paced environment.
  • Demonstrates curiosity and courage – has an interest in learning and understanding “whys”, asks questions, shares his/her point of view.

 

Required Education and Experience

  • Bachelor’s Degree is required – Human Resources, Business, or related major is preferred.
  • 5 or more years or more years of Benefits experience is required.
  • Experience with benefits programs and systems. 
  • Demonstrated ability to design and implement processes or best practices and effectively work through change.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office – ability to create/manipulate documents using Word and PowerPoint, and Excel.

 

For immediate consideration for this position, please submit a confidential resume to Human Resources Department, Winnebago Industries, Inc., PO Box 152, Forest City, IA  50436 or submit your resume online to hr@winnebagoind.com.

WIT Membership Specialist - Forest City, Iowa

Position Description:

Primary Objective of Position

Responsible for WIT Club membership registration and data upkeep to fully support members as well as local clubs and chapters. Greet all visitors to WIT Club office and answer main line for WIT Club and Winnebago Outdoor Adventures calls – will direct to other team members as needed. Supports WIT Club office and field team with administrative, financial, and database reporting.

 

Key Areas of Responsibility

  • Maintain WIT Club membership records including updates of clubs, chapter and member records. Register all new and renewal members as necessary. Work with agency to maintain membership reporting and monitor fulfillment of membership materials.
  • Take payment for membership dues and Grand National Rally registration fees.
  • Maintain daily cash blotter for WIT Club, Winnebago Outdoor store and Winnebago Outdoor Adventures – cash deposits/checks, deposit monies to MBT.
  • Enter PayPal credit card charges; close out credit card transactions daily.
  • Complete all monthly membership reporting
  • Issue all necessary paperwork or insurance as requested for membership events, honorary memberships, recruitment drives held by clubs and chapters.
  • Serve on GNR planning committee – executing GNR duties as assigned by manager
  • Collect and oversee registrations and fees, disburse funds, and maintain financial records relating to GNR and rally grounds events. Work with Finance to close out each event.
  • Register GNR attendees, assign parking, and answer event questions.
  • Maintain GNR vendor relationships and assign space as necessary for the event.
  • Answer inquiries about WIT Club, Visitors Center and Winnebago Outdoor Adventures.
  • Coordinate materials for Show and Tell activities with dealers and chapters.
  • Order supplies for office, as needed.
  • Receive and sort department mail as necessary
  • Provide support for miscellaneous WIT Club and marketing projects as assigned by manager.

 

For immediate consideration for this position, please submit a confidential resume to Human Resources Department, Winnebago Industries, Inc., PO Box 152, Forest City, IA  50436 or submit your resume online to hr@winnebagoind.com.

Material Analyst - Forest City, Iowa

Position Description:

Primary Objective of Position:

Order and schedule materials and production for a specific manufacturing facility to meet the Master Production Plan while keeping within established inventory policies and capacity requirements. 

 

Key Areas of Responsibility:

  • Schedule production of materials, specifying appropriate quantities
  • Reschedule production as needed to adjust for schedule changes, scrap, rework, or a change in capacity to ensure accurate priorities are maintained in the manufacturing facility.
  • Establish shop floor controls to assist in proper scheduling while minimizing manufacturing's exposure to capacity restraints.
  • Help develop and improve systems and procedures involved in the production and control of materials.
  • Order raw materials and component assemblies from inventory as required to meet production.
  • Research and initiate possible deviations of material and/or production for best utilization, ensuring proper authorization is obtained.
  • Use and assist in the maintenance of bills of materials to ensure 100% accuracy.
  • Advise the Materials Supervisor of any problems which cannot be solved that would affect the Master Production Plan.
  • Expedite all materials necessary to support the Master Production Plan, using all means available on a cost justified basis.
  • Maintain inventory levels at or below established objectives to ensure minimum corporate investment.
  • Approve and initiate appropriate action on all Engineering Change Notices for best utilization of materials.
  • Maintain accurate inventory status coding on all items to ensure that the excess and obsolete inventory can be accounted for.
  • Maintain accurate order policies and lead times on each item to ensure proper material and capacity requirements are being scheduled.
  • Communicate with Production and Materials Control personnel to ensure production is to schedule.
  • Assist in the disposition of excess and obsolete material to keep inventory investments at a minimum.
  • Maintain Customer Service levels of manufactured materials at a minimum of 91%.

 

For immediate consideration for this position, please submit a confidential resume to Human Resources Department, Winnebago Industries, Inc., PO Box 152, Forest City, IA  50436 or submit your resume online to hr@winnebagoind.com.

Hourly Positions Available

NOW OFFERING A HIRING REWARD FOR HOURLY EMPLOYEES IN NORTH IOWA! AFTER 6 MONTHS OF EMPLOYMENT, RECEIVE $500 AFTER 12 MONTHS OF EMPLOYMENT, RECEIVE ANOTHER $500. WE OFFER A COMPETITIVE STARTING WAGE AND PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE WILL BE CONSIDERED.

Position Description:

Body Worker/Mechanic - Forest City, Iowa

Position Description:

The primary function of this position is to perform body shop refinishing and cosmetic repairs on RV's and equipment. Applicants should be familiar with body work, both metal and fiberglass, along with paint application techniques, finish sanding and buffing. The position will also require performing mechanical repairs as necessary. Basic hand tools and toolbox storage are required.

Truck Shop Mechanic & Chassis Warranty Mechanic - Forest City, Iowa

Position Description:

We have positions for mechanics in two different departments:

 

The Truck Shop position involves all functions of motor vehicle and equipment repair.

The Chassis Warranty position diagnoses and repairs defects on chassis from various manufacturers.

 

Extra consideration will be given to applicants for both positions with degrees in a related field.

Machine Maintenance Technician - Forest City, Iowa

Position Description:

This position is responsible for new construction, machinery installation, machine repair and preventative maintenance of machinery. Duties will include electrical, electronics, pneumatics, hydraulics, plumbing, welding and mechanical work. Work to be performed in all weather conditions. Must be willing to work at heights of 65 ft. Required to operate forklifts, manlifts and scissor lifts. Pulmonary function test and respirator fit testing annually. Use of NFPA70-E arc flash PPE.

Machine Automation Technician - Forest City, Iowa

Position Description:

This position is responsible for PLC programming, machine automation design, modification and repair. Also required is a good understanding of machine mechanics and electrical controls.

Production Assemblers - Forest City, Iowa

Position Description:

We are currently looking for new employees to start work at our Forest City Plant. Minimum starting wage is $13.70 per hour with the potential for incremental pay increases. We have excellent benefits such as health insurance, 401(k), paid holidays, and paid vacations available. Most of the positions will involve working on an assembly line with some positions involving bench type work. Jobs involve using hand tools such as drills, screw guns, staple guns, power saws, knives, routers, and hammers. Some jobs will involve running power equipment such as metal stamping machines, presses, shears, benders, glue machines, cut-off saws and etc.

Welders - Steel or Aluminum - Forest City, Iowa

Position Description:

We are currently looking for welders to start work at our Forest City Plant who can become certified to weld either mild steel or aluminum component parts in the production of our motor homes. Starting pay for certified welders is $15.15 per hour with potential for incremental raises. We have excellent benefits such as health insurance, 401(k), paid holidays, and paid vacations available.

RV Technician - Forest City, Iowa

Position Description:

A general knowledge of RV construction, paint and repair processes, along with trouble-shooting skills in electrical, mechanical and appliances, will be desirable. Candidates with a 2-year degree in a related field will be given first consideration. The wage is negotiable based on education and experience. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and basic repair tools. Necessary traits are to be self-motivated with good communication skills, along with good analytical and problem-solving ability. Job duties will include all aspects of RV repair.


Please send a resume or letter of request for an application for employment to:

Winnebago Industries, Inc.
605 West Crystal Lake Road
Forest City, Iowa 50436
Attention: Human Resources

Email resume to hr@winnebagoind.com or click on the Apply Now button above and fill out our online application.

 

NOTE: Winnebago Industries does not hire drivers to transport motorhomes. Arrangements for motorhome deliveries are made with a transport company. Interested parties are welcome to contact: Bennett Motor Express, Inc. at www.Drive4BennettDriveAway.com.

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Listed below are the typical career opportunities at Winnebago Industries:

Salaried Opportunities

  • Accounting
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Information Technology
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Marketing
  • Mechanical Engineering

Hourly Opportunities

  • Inspector
  • Production Assembler
  • Quality Control Tech.
  • Painters
  • RV Technician
  • Welders

Benefits

  • Excellent Starting Pay
  • Wage Increases based on Performance
  • Paid Vacations
  • Paid Holidays
  • 401(k) Savings Program with Company Match
  • Health and Dental Insurance
  • Paid Life Insurance
  • Voluntary Insurance Products available