Assembler/Warehouse Multiple Openings

Production Rochester Hills, Michigan


Description

About Us

Genuine Cable Group (GCG) is a leading North American distributor of wire, cable and connectivity solutions. GCG consists of six premier brands; SeacoastCobra Wire & CableElectro WireConnect-AirCPS Broadband, and most recently, Empire.

At GCG We Make Connections Possible through a nationwide network of facilities providing the wire, cable and associated products and services that ensure connections, among families and friends, co-workers and customers, and the industrial equipment used across the country. Serving a wide variety of industries our experienced teams are Service-Oriented, Responsive and Values-Focused.

Job Description 

The assembler is responsible for assembling and testing cable assemblies per the process specifications.

Responsibilities

  • Build and hand test product under supervision, while conforming to customer build instructions.
  • Perform a variety of assembly operations involving the application of connectors and hardware on wire harnesses and/or cable assemblies (push, prep, pin) and assemble backend hardware.
  • Apply heat shrink, sleeving, labels and spot tie as required.
  • Operate presses and terminating equipment.
  • Cutting of sleeves and convoluted tubing per customer specifications.
  • Identify and apply product labels per instructions.
  • Utilize hand tools (wire strippers, pliers, cutters, heat guns) and operate automated wire strip/termination equipment.
  • Identify parts by using part numbers.
  • Follow work procedures to meet production schedules.
  • Follow instructions of production methods, equipment use, and maintain quality of product.
  • Perform other duties as required.
  • Adhere to company Policies, Quality, Efficiency and Safety Standards.
  • Complete all corporate training requirements.
  • Must maintain an acceptable attendance record in accordance with company policy.

Qualifications

  • High School Diploma / General Education Degree (GED) or equivalent.
  • Ability to read and understand blueprints and other manufacturing work instructions is preferred, but willing to train.
  • Ability to effectively read, comprehend and communicate in the English language preferred.
  • Ability to distinguish colors.
  • Ability to use small hand tools and semi-automated equipment.
  • Highly skilled in working with team members in a productive manner.
  • Previous experience in a manufacturing environment focusing on quality, efficiency and safety requirements desired.