NOW HIRING: Warehouse Coordinator


Warehouse Coordinator



  • Unload incoming freight with a pallet jack, walk behind forklift or sit-down forklift using and identifying the best tool for that job.
  • Unload freight outdoors from trucks with both LP or electric forklift safely.
  • Receive material coming into the building by vendors, customers, or other departments accurately and promptly, including serialized inventory.
  • Examine incoming shipments, reject damaged items and/or notify the carrier of damage prior to accepting freight.
  • Enter receipts into Epicor of incoming material.
  • Verify the quantity and description of materials received by checking merchandise against the packing list and the purchase order.
  • Appropriately report/record any discrepancies.
  • Accurately place materials on shelves, in racks or other designated storage areas in an orderly manner. Updating Primary Bin locations in Epicor and marking the put-away location on the purchase order so it may be received to the proper location in Epicor.
  • Print and attach barcode tags or labels to materials or mark information on cases, bales, or other containers.



  • Assist parts department in sales order picking/pulling that will be shipped to customers or delivered to customers via other means.
  • Assist Honda Engine and Power Equipment team with picking and packing orders, including serialized inventory.
  • Review all orders to determine if they were picked correctly.
  • Work with other employees to assure all orders are double checked prior to shipping.
  • Pack orders in proper size of shipping carton to both save the customer on freight and AIE in box fees. Use of a banding machine will be required.
  • Maintain an organized packing station.
  • Utilize Epicor to ship packages with multiple carriers.
  • Utilize third-party software to track shipping costs, freight charges to customers and tracking numbers. These may be, but not limited to World ship, DHL online and USPS.
  • Preparation of all shipping documentation, creating BOL and arraigning truck freight and carrier pickups.
  • Utilize third-party software to shop LTL freight rates and International shipping options.
  • Use stretch wrap machine and banding material.


General Housekeeping:

  • Extensive use of electric and gas-powered forklift in a safe and professional manner to move, unload/load skidded products both inside and outside of the building.
  • Safe use of an electric scissor lift to count, pull or relocate inventory in elevated shelving in warehouse rack sections.
  • Report all accidents and company property damage at the time of the incident to someone on the AIE leadership team.
  • Use downtime to organize and clean product and shelving in both Production and Service part areas.
  • Use of company provided back supports to prevent injury.
  • Assist production department in material movement and other undefined duties.
  • Use of floor cleaning machine to keep an extraordinary clean floor presentation.
  • Adhere to and support all company safety policies.
  • Safely use cardboard bailing machine, preventing injury to self and coworkers.
  • Assist with identification and sorting of take-off parts.


Must have Skills

  • Computer knowledge.
  • Fork lift training certificate. Must be certified prior to hiring.
  • Ability to transition between multiple tasks.
  • Ability to lift approximately 50lbs.
  • Ability to be on your feet all day.


Job responsibilities are not limited to items mentioned and will evolve as management may see fit.


Contact to apply

NOW HIRING: Production Technician

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Description: Anderson Industrial Engines Co., Inc. is looking for a hard-working and detail-oriented production technician that is familiar with industrial engines and generators. The Production Technician is responsible for assembly of engines and accessories (e.g. radiators, air cleaners, and wiring harnesses) on a variety of engine sizes. This includes completion of quality checks, end of line engine run-up or load bank testing and, when necessary, rework of defective products.

Production Technician responsibilities include: Use of electronic diagnostic tools.
Use of a computerized system for tracking labor and parts used for assembly jobs.
Identify parts needed to complete orders.
Maintain work area in a clean and safe condition.
Use of basic hand tools and electric or pneumatic power tools to complete tasks.

Ability to lift 50lbs and work on your feet for periods of up to 4 hours.
Have basic tools, and willing to purchase tools needed to complete work.
Have basic mechanical knowledge.
Willing to learn.

Preferred Skills and Abilities: Basic mechanical knowledge
Familiar with engines or equipment

Work Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. with occasional overtime.

Benefits: Full benefits including health, dental, vision, and life insurance with paid time off, paid holidays and 401(k) plan. Commissions are available after 90 days.

Job Type: Full-time

Location: Omaha, NE (Preferred)

Additional Compensation: Commission

Work Location: One location

Pay Frequency: Bi-weekly or Twice monthly

Congratulations to the 2018 Honda Engines Hands-On Master Tech Graduates

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Anderson Industrial Engines Co. Inc. would like to send out a big thank you to the participants of the 2018 Master Tech Hands-On certification test, and recipients of brand new Snap-On toolboxes.



Honda Master Tech certification is the highest level of service certification a technician can achieve. Honda customers across the country get notified when a Master Technician is available in there area, so AIE wants to encourage all Honda dealers to have a Master Tech certified member on staff.



The hands-on certification is an assessment-based exam over two days that covers diagnostics, engine overhaul, ignition, electrical, carburetors, and the DDiN. AIE provides annual testing across Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Colorado, and Wyoming at absolutely no cost to technicians and dealers.  


Congratulations to:

  • George Ruth –  Family Center Farm and Home
  • Todd Thorell – Sutherland Lumber Company
  • Andrew Kerns – Heartland Pneumatic
  • Andy Anderson – Andy’s Mow Town Inc.
  • Brian Nelson – Reardon Lawn & Garden Equipment
  • Paul Shimerdla – J & J Small Engine Service
  • David Colts – Small Engine Services, Inc.
  • Gary Kulhanek – Buffalo Outdoor Power
  • Lynn Kaufmann – Brodd’s Small Engine Repair
  • Ed Sons – Spitzer Industrial Products
  • Jesse Bertsch – L L Johnson Distributing Co
  • Ken Scritchfield – K D Repair, Inc.
  • Bob Mitchell – Chainsaw Bob’s
  • Terry Schmer – L L Johnson Distributing Co
  • Dean Cummings – Colorado Hardscapes
  • Ryan Burg – Mountain View Outdoor Power Equipment LLC
  • Alex Bending – Rev It Up Small Engine Repair LLC

Contact your Honda AIE sales representative today for more information about participating in our 2019 Honda Master Tech certification course.

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