2nd Shift Assembler
Compliance with safety rules required at every operation.
Quality inspection required at every operation.
This description represents the most significant job duties but does not exclude other work duties assigned or required but not mentioned.
- Work from manufacturing orders, verbal or written instructions to demonstrate proficiency in a variety of assembly type operations. One may cut parts to length; install components in assemblies or sub-assemblies, package, label all according to customer specifications.
- You may use semi or fully automated machines as well as manual assembly operations. You will utilize basic setup charts, understand quality procedures and specifications, make simple machine adjustments and changeovers, requisition stock, clean fixtures, position parts, actuate, clear jams, inspect parts, monitor machine, clean and lubricate, dispose of scrap, keep simple records, notify supervisor or lead hand of unusual conditions, machine malfunctions or injuries.
Maintain equipment and work area in neat, orderly condition in accordance with standard work and 5S criteria.
Use of basic machines and hand tools such as saws, punches, presses, nail/staple guns, hammers, screwdrivers etc.
Use decimal tape measure, calipers, micrometers, comparators gages, fixtures and other quality equipment to maintain control of your process. Will perform and document all quality checks as required and must understand the importance and significance of each.
Must work overtime on short notice as required.