•The ideal candidate will be able to assemble, build, and/or fabricate defect-free parts and/or finished products per the assigned written processes, ensuring the successful and timely delivery of products within the Assembler’s assigned product area (i.e. Value Stream).
•Will work with Team Leaders, Product Planners, and Material Coordinators daily to meet all delivery requirements.
Essential Duties/Principal Responsibilities:
•Assemble pieces, parts, or whole components Dip and hand solder components
•Measure and epoxy components Work and communicate with manufacturing engineering to resolve problems and make process improvements
•Keep work area clean and organized per 5/6S standards
•Follow open shop order report and process Follow ISO standards Mentor new manufacturing employees as needed.
•Serve as a manufacturing cell’s point person when needed/assigned Attend/participate in instructor led and/or web-based company training as required
•Good hand-eye coordination skills
•Must be able to read and understand written process
•Basic math and measurement skills
•Good communication skills
•Have attention to detail
•Soldering skills preferred but not required
•Must be able to work in a team environment
•Must be willing to follow all written and implied policies
•Flexible forty-hour week, but must be able to work moderate overtime to meet seasonal/cyclical demands of the business
•Light lifting (20-30 lbs.) Ability to move within work cell as necessary
•Regularly required to sit or stand, reach, bend and move about the facility
•Must be able to sit and stand for extended period of time
•Work usually performed in a general production/assembly environment
•Standard weekly job hours: 40 hours
- 18 years or older
- Legally authorized to work in the United States