Assembler, 2nd Shift
We are seeking to add (1) one Assembler to our 2nd Shift Operations. Hours are 2:30 to 10:30pm including weekend overtime as needed. This position will assemble new and/or replacement parts by operating intermediate machines and equipment. Must be able to assemble complete functional units or complex subassemblies from work instructions. We have an air conditioned production facility and offer full benefits on the 1st day of employment.
Follows written and/or verbal instructions from Supervisors.
Sets up and performs both hand and automatic assembly operations necessary for the assembly and repair of components, sub-assemblies, or assemblies at one or multiple stations.
Interprets blue prints, drawings, and work orders.
Sets up assembly equipment by adjusting tools, controls, and other devices according to procedures and standards.
Performs and submits first piece for inspection.
Loads/unloads machines using proper handling equipment.
Operates equipment to highest production and quality standards.
Makes necessary adjustments and replaces tools or parts as required.
Uses hand tools and gages appropriate to the work performed.
Maintains all fluid levels of equipment and reports malfunctions and safety issues to supervisor or maintenance as soon as possible.
Transports material as required using proper handling methods.
Keeps work area in orderly condition with respect to proper materials, tools, equipment, and personal belongings. (Includes cleaning of equipment, floors, tables, etc.)
Makes and revises set ups on test strands calibrated by others.
Is responsible for verifying that own work is in compliance with requirements and corrects errors in own work.
Repaints or touches-up components or assemblies.
Set ups and operates greasing equipment to grease components, sub-assemblies or assemblies.
Builds containers and packs parts in accordance with packing specifications.
Checks part numbers and places them in appropriate shipping containers.
Performs and review Statistical Process Control (SPC); including but not limited to: data collection, charts, and graphs.
Performs record-keeping duties.
Reports recognized defective material to supervisor.
Follows all aspects of Standardized Work Instructions.
Understand and adhere to current health, safety, and environmental policies.
Understand and adhere to current quality and control policies.
Performs other duties as requested, directed, or assigned.
Candidates must be able to pass a physical including drug screen (hair and urine) and background check.
Completion of high school diploma or GED required.
NCRC Silver or higher highly preferred.
Uses hand tools and production equipment appropriate to the work performed.
Basic shop math required (decimals, addition, subtraction, fractions)
Attendance on the job is essential.
Must be able to work in a team orientated environment.
Must be able to stand for 8 to 10 hours per day.
Must be able to follow instructions, safety rules and regulations.
At least 6 months of experience in a manufacturing assembly operation environment or other heavy industrial experience.